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Hello World! – Get Published in the EH-Net Community

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We've already offered a few of you the chance to write a book review based on your participation and see your work right alongside our regular columnists and accomplished guest writers. But there's no need to wait for us to find you. Make yourself known and get your voice heard! "Hello World! – Get Published in the EH-Net Community" explains the process.

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Hello world! – Get Published in the EH-Net CommunityCan I really get published on EH-Net?

Welcome to The Ethical Hacker Network and our extended family, the EH-Net Community Members. Although EH-Net is an online magazine with all of our content free and freely available, being an EH-Netter has it’s rewards. In addition to many social features like activity streams, profiles, groups, friends, messages, notifications and, of course, forums… You can also get published!

You can write on any security or hacking topic you like and submit it directly through your profile. It’s like having your own blog. Edit using the built-in tools, or write it in your favorite program and paste it in the form. Add pictures, links, format it… It’s up to you. Once done, you can save it for later or submit it for consideration right away.

Build your personal brand as an EH-Netter

So just as Hello World! is the typical first program, EH-Net can be your first foray into a larger world of building your personal brand. We’ve always been here to help you with your career by providing great content. Now we’re expanding that to include helping you advance your career with some solid writing experience to go along with your technical chops. Plus, being published never hurt the resume.

Leave questions or feedback in the Comments Section of this article on EH-Net.

Looking forward to your contributions,
Don

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"Windows Privilege Escalation – Unquoted Services" is an example of an EH-Net Community contributed article by Phillip Aaron. It was easily submitted through the member's EH-Net "Profile> Articles> New Article". It did not go through an editing process and was live the same day. It also gives the EH-Netter visibility on the front page of EH-Net and to the editors of EH-Net. Because of the quality of his work, he was asked to write a book review.

Who's going to be published next?!?!

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Windows Privilege Escalation – Unquoted ServicesSo, you’ve popped a user shell on a windows box and now you’re looking to escalate those privileges. Great! In this article we’ll look at one method of elevating your privileges by exploiting unquoted system services.

A Windows service is a program that runs in the background similar to a *nix daemon. Often they are automatically started when Windows loads but they can also be started manually by a user or by other software. When installing a Windows service a registry key is created at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services for the service along with several values. One of those values is the ImagePath value seen in this image and is used to specify the location of the service executable.

As always, you can communicate directly with this member and leave your feedback in the Comments Section of this article on EH-Net.

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