I’m posting this now because the hosting company has seem to finally fix the issues, I tried emailing and tweeting to them but got no response from any of the parties.
A few weeks ago there was some buzz on Rage Against the Machine’s site: Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy & Cypress Hill member were forming a supergroup called Prophets of Rage. On the day of announcement they posted a mysterious webpage with just a countdown clock, http://prophetsofrage.com . Continue reading →
Recently I was trying RDP from a Windows10 laptop through SSH on a Debian web-server to an internal Windows7 box that was on a different VLAN. I had only a Windows10 laptop with Putty to do it. So Basically Win10laptop>debianwebserver>win7through a secure ssh session and get to the internal Win7 without port forwarding on the router.
I had access to SSH account on the Debian web-server, so I was able to use this as a pivot point to get into the internal network. Luckily even though the Debian web-server and Win7 box were on different VLANs, the VLANs were able to talk to each other. The Debian web-server was on 10.0.10.21 , it could still ping Win7 on 192.168.0.146.
Just in case your head is spinning trying to read this, below is a diagram how I achieved this using Putty. Im posting it here so next time I need to do this I dont need to try to figure it out again.
ImageMagick reported today (CVE-2016–3714) allows image uploads to trick the ImageMagick software into running commands instead, leading to a remote code execution(RCE)bug. More info ::HERE::