Kali Linux 2018.2 Release – Pentesting Cloud

Kali Linux 2018.2

The latest addition to Offensive Security and their world renowned Kali Linux Pentesting distribution has arrived with Kali Linux 2018.2. As most of you know OneHost Cloud is the premier and possibly the number one Cloud Hosting Provider in the Pentesting Field or providing Cloud Pentesting Solutions to Cyber Security Professionals and other individuals in […]

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Cloud Pentesting with Kali Linux and OneHost Cloud

OneHost Cloud has been offering Kali Linux VPS Hosting for approximately 2 years and have created a platform that allow Cyber Security professionals, Hackers, IT Managers and various other professional in the Cyber Security Arena to create and utilize our cloud based pentesting virtual machine running the popular Kali Linux 2018.1 operating system. We have […]

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Latest Kali Linux 2018.1 Now Available

Kernel Updated to 4.14 Kali Linux 2018.1 has a shiny new 4.14.12 kernel. New kernels always have a lot of new features and the 4.14 kernel is no exception, although two new features really stand out. AMD Secure Memory Encryption Support – Secure Memory Encryption is a feature that will be in newer AMD processors that […]

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New OpenStack Dashboard Coming Soon

Our team has been working on implementing and making available a custom OpenStack dashboard so that customers of our virtual private servers and Pentesting Machines can utilse that full functionality of the OpenStack API. Once implemented customers will be able to boot, restart, shutdown and even rebuild their instances all from their OpenStack Dashboard. Currently […]

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OneHost Cloud v Amazon AWS – Kali Linux

Kali Linux is the go-to Pentesting Distribution for seasoned professional pentesters and amateur hackers. Kali Linux has a broad user base and has been on top of the pentesting distributions for the past 10 years. For security and amateur pentesting the usual way to install and run Kali Linux is to boot the Kali Linux […]

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Metasploit and Meterpreter with NAT

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Using Metasploit and Meterpreter with NAT requires a SRVHOST and SRVPORT. These 2 variables will be used by Metasploit to determine where the webserver needs to bind to and listen on.  The plan is to trick the target to connect to this webserver, using the public IP of our firewall/router, which will then forward the […]

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Tune Your MySQL or MariaDB Databases

Everyone knows the importance of having an optimal database as these are the cornerstone of any application including PHP websites. Tuning your MySQL or MariaDB Databases are not for the fainthearted however with this simple script anyone can tune their databases with minimal effort and risk. Please note however that before changing any database settings […]

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Connecting to Metasploit Behind NAT Network

As customer of our Pentesting VPS Machines they will notice that for security reasons we utilize a NAT network. While this may be a little of an inconvenience for those that are used to having a public IP directly connected to the interface it is not that difficult to overcome this. Using Metasploit when using […]

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Using OpenVPN Inside Virtual Machine with Public IP

My team has been working on a solution that most customers have. Why can’t they use a VPN inside their VPS while still being able to connect to their VPS using their public IP address that we have assigned them ? Using OpenVPN inside a Virtual Machine has been something that I have been meaning […]

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Upgrading Your VPS

At anytime you can increase or decreased the capacity of your VPS Machines. Currently you can add additional CPU’s, Memory ( up-to 4 GB ) and Storage. The same applies to decreasing your VPS by removing CPU’s, Memory however storage CANNOT be decreased. To upgrade your configuration simply press the Upgrade/Downgrade Option to the right […]

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