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My first tutorial 😀

Ever wanted to have your own Minecraft server? Well I am going to show you how to make and configure one!

If you don’t want to read through this whole thing you can just watch the video above 😉 But if you don’t understand anything read through my step by step guide below. If you still don’t understand something feel free to comment and I will respond as clearly as possible 🙂

Click ‘Download’ (Next to ‘In Browser’ and under ‘Play Minecraft’)

Click to download your server. ( Minecraft_Server.exe (802 KB) )

Save that file ( Minecraft_Server.exe) in a folder, I’d call it ‘Minecraft Server’ or something like that.

Open and run the file (your server). It will come up with a server console and files will generate in your server folder.

Close your server console when it says ‘Done’ by typing ‘stop’ in the «bar» underneath where it says ‘Done’.

-The new files generated:

Those new files should have been generated in your folder:

world, banned-ips, banned-players, ops, server, server and white-list.

‘world’ is your Minecraft world where you spawn.

‘banned-ips’ and ‘banned-players’ is a text document with the banned players and ips on your server (banned means they can’t connect to your server).

‘ops’ is the text document with the players that are ops (operators) and have access to all commands on your server.

‘server’ (the text document one) records everything that happens on your server console like worlds loaded and generated and commands used by players etc.

The ‘white-list’ text document only works if ‘white-list’ is set to true in the server properties (I’ll explain later). The players in ‘white-list’ text document are the only ones allowed on the server if ‘white-list’ is set to true in the server properties.

The ‘server’ properties file is like the options or settings of your server. You can change how many people can go on at once, your players’s gamemode (survival, creative. ), the server difficulty (peaceful, easy, normal etc.) and much more. I will run through the most important ones — the rest you can find on Minecraft Wiki:

Oh, and so you know: true = yes and false = no

those are the default settings:

allow-nether=true (if set to false players are not able to travel to the nether)

level-seed= (Add a seed for your world, as in Singleplayer)

max-build-height=256 (how high you are able to build on your server; in blocks)

spawn-npcs=true (If villagers/ NPCs are able to spawn)

white-list=false (If this is set to true then the ‘white-list’ text doxument is going to get «activated» and only the players from the text document are able to join your server)

spawn-animals=true (If cows, chicken, pigs etc. are able to spawn in your world)

online-mode=true (set this to false if you want a cracked server, that means that people with fake or cracked accounts can join)

pvp=true (If players can kill each other. PvP means Player vs Player)

difficulty=1 (0 is peaceful, 1 is easy, 2 is normal and 3 is hard. Choose several like this: 1-3 or 0-2 . )

gamemode=0 (0 is survival, 1 is creative, 2 is adventure. Choose several like this: 1-2 or 0-1 . )

max-players=20 (The max. amount of players allowed on the server at once)

spawn-monsters=true (If monsters like zombies, skeletons, creepers etc. are able to spawn on the server)

generate-structures=true (If NPC villages, desert temples etc.)

motd=A Minecraft Server (This is the message that is displayed in the server list of the client, below the name)

Once you have finished configuring your server you can run your server again so that we can test if it actually works

When the server is running go on Minecraft and add a server to your Multiplayer server list. Name it however you want, but make the server ip: localhost

NOTE: Leave ‘server-ip=’ in the server properties blank, so don’t write ‘localhost’ or something in the properties.

Join your server 😀

There is your server!

HOWEVER your friends won’t be able to connect to your server until you have port-forwarded your router, here is a good website that explains how to do it. Just choose you router model and the game you want to port-forward and it shows you a step by step guide: http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm

BUT if you want me to make a video and a step by step guide like this one for port forwarding please leave a diamond so that I know I helped and you want more tutorials 🙂

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This topic contains 15 replies, has 15 voices, and was last updated by ultimatex2049x scipt kiddie 2 weeks, 4 days ago.

Simple tutorial which will show you how to crack an FTP server, often which can evade the need to hack an actual web server too!

A simple bit of info about FTP servers for anyone who doesn’t know:

FTP (File Transfer protocol) is a service which enables the sharing of files online and across a network, generally but not restricted to port 21. You can access it via a web browser, command line, or other software application. Generally you will need to login as the files and services are for private/business use and each user are given specific rights or privileges as to what they can do (ie; read access, would you believe only allows to view files, read/write access allows them to read, and write/upload/modify files etc) and this becomes very important when hacking. Despite often needing to login, there is sometimes an annonymous account enabled (guest account) and that’s what we’ll come to now.

You’d be surprised at how often one can gain anonymous access to a FTP server, often this is restricted to “read only” access which still lets you snoop on there files. Sometimes you’ll get lucky and they allow read/write access in an anonymous account (often a misconfiguration, lack of security understanding, or for ease of use often in educational sectors).

So, how do you login anonymously? well there are two ways (or more if you have additional software) that is, via your web browser or command line, but for the scope of the tutorial I’ll demonstrate via cmd. So now I’ll quickly search online for an FTP server…. OK so I chose an uni as an example, and in the command line I put:

and in login I put: user:

This logged me in, and the reason it’s best going via console is you have more options and flexibility, note: given the way this is setup, you could just directly access it via ftp://ftp.csx.cam.ac.uk/

Now that’s all well and good, I can now view all the files, read them, download them etc, which MAY be all I need, but hey we’re hackers and we want more right? OK…

So now, as a demonstration in the pic I’ve shown we, unfortunately only have WRITE access 🙁

Now as aforementioned, SOMETIMES you’ll get lucky and have full read/write access just from an anonymous account (trust me it does happen) but then, sometimes there isn’t an anonymous account at all, so then what? well simply put, you’ll need an account one way or another which often isn’t too hard with ftp servers. Usually you’ll find the password is there email address, and username is something appropriate, ie:

But it’s not always the case, and when social engineering and info gathering fails, then what, CRACKING time, yes you heard me.

So, this is where you’ll want to crack the account of the target, there are a few FTP crackers but most just plain don’t work. I made one myself which is open source, got great reviews off people who tried it, and was featured in PenTest magazine!

As demonstrated in the video, this performs a completely customizable and upgradable FTP dictionary attack in order to crack the username and password and so far has had zero false positives.

OK, I’ve got access, now what?

Really? well the world is now your oyster, you can do pretty much whatever you want!

by Manikandan R on Nov 17, 2011 at 02:52 UTC

How to crack windows Server 2008 administrator password

Daniel83 Nov 17, 2011 at 03:18 UTC

Boot to a Windows installation disk

Mike.Tram Nov 18, 2011 at 11:36 UTC

DigitalBlacksmith Dec 20, 2011 at 15:06 UTC

I should create an default alert for the security forums. Rather than asking how to crack a 2008 password, we need to know why and what the case is. As much as i love telling people how to break into systems, when we get people with 1 post asking, it makes me think of some 14 year old kid trying to get into his school’s computer.

c_syth Dec 21, 2011 at 07:43 UTC

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I should create an default alert for the security forums. Rather than asking how to crack a 2008 password, we need to know why and what the case is. As much as i love telling people how to break into systems, when we get people with 1 post asking, it makes me think of some 14 year old kid trying to get into his school’s computer.

I think the lack of punctuation make is more suspicious.

If there was a period I would feel much more comfortable. 😀

DigitalBlacksmith Dec 21, 2011 at 08:21 UTC

I think the lack of punctuation make is more suspicious.

If there was a period I would feel much more comfortable. 😀

It is good to know punctuation is your litmus test 🙂

rmuniz9336 Dec 21, 2011 at 08:57 UTC

There’s plenty of information on the internet how to do this, Google is a wonderful thing to use.

Chillnspree Dec 27, 2011 at 11:55 UTC

By using the word crack it kinda seems that he never had the password in the first place. He never mentions lost or forgotten. I’m going to assume he is trying to break into something.

Mark Wormald Dec 29, 2011 at 07:53 UTC

Folks there seem to be a number of people joining the community today and plugging a particular product — I smell a particular marketing spam going on

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Sean (Spiceworks) Dec 29, 2011 at 10:12 UTC

There is no reason for personal assaults in this community. Posts that have done so in this thread will be removed.

Curtis3363 Dec 30, 2011 at 14:03 UTC

I should create an default alert for the security forums. Rather than asking how to crack a 2008 password, we need to know why and what the case is. As much as i love telling people how to break into systems, when we get people with 1 post asking, it makes me think of some 14 year old kid trying to get into his school’s computer.

I think the lack of punctuation make is more suspicious.

If there was a period I would feel much more comfortable. 😀

What if there were 2 periods?

John White Jan 2, 2012 at 18:09 UTC

There was no question mark, so I just assumed he was writing a how-to and hit submit by accident.

Curtis3363 Feb 10, 2012 at 19:17 UTC

There’s plenty of information on the internet how to do this, Google is a wonderful thing to use.

I thought it was just for PORN Damn.

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