Blind Command Injection
Executing a Command Injection attack simply means running a system command on someone’s server through a web application or some other exploitable application running on that server. Executing a Blind Command Injection attack means that you are unable to see the output of the command you've run on the server.
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SNMP Arbitrary Command Execution
SNMP, the Simple Network Management Protocol, which in certain communities is better known as Security Not My Problem, is a protocol to monitor and manage networked devices.
Most of us are familiar with usernames and passwords. Passwords are the most common tool to secure information from unauthorized access. But not everyone is familiar with the security requirements for strong passwords. Because of this reason a lot of user passwords can be easily guessed.