Saturday, January 8, 2011

Hack This Site -Complete 10 Basic Challenges Video Tutorial !!!, commonly referred to as HTS, is an online hacking and security website. The organization has a userbase of well over 1,300,000. The actual number of active members is believed to be much lower, as most accounts are never used, or are only used shortly after creation. An average of 50 members are logged on per day, and the most was 557 users online at the same time. It aims to provide users with a way to learn and practice basic and advanced "hacking" skills through a series of challenges, in a safe and legal environment.
HackThisSite involves a small, loose team of developers and moderators who maintain its website, IRC server, and related projects. It produces an e-zine which it releases at various hacker conventions and through its hackbloc portal. Hard copies of the zine are published by Microcosm and Quimbys. It also has a short news/blog section run by developers.

Mission challenges

HackThisSite is also host to a series of "missions" aimed at simulating real world hacks. These range from ten basic missions where one attempts to exploit relatively simple server-side scripting errors, to difficult programming and applicationcracking missions. The missions works on a system of points where users are awarded scores based on their completion of missions. In general, the missions become steadily more difficult as the user advances through a particular mission category.

Basic and realistic challenges

The Web hacking challenges includes eleven Basic Web Challenges. Each challenge consists of an authentication page with a password entry box, plus other files which are to be exploited or attacked in order to gain the correct password. Successful authentication to the main challenge page will advance the user to the next challenge. These challenges are typically considered simple and are used as an introduction to hacking. There are sixteen Realistic Missions which attempt to mimic real, moderate to difficult hacking, in real life situations. Each mission is a complete web site featuring multiple pages and scripts. Users must successfully exploit one or more of the web sites pages to gain access to required data or to produce changes.

Programming missions

A Programming Challenges section also exists. This section currently consists of twelve challenges charging the user to write a program which will perform a specified function within a certain amount of seconds after activation. These programming challenges range from simple missions such as parsing the contents, to reverse-engineering an encryption algorithm. These help users develop and practice on-the-go programming skills.

Application missions

The goal of application challenges is generally to extract a key from an application, usually involving some form of reverse-engineering. But other challenges involve program manipulation.

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