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So many of the DNS enumeration scripts available in backtrack focus on typical DNS but reverseraider does what it sounds like it might do which is enumerate reverse DNS names. Enumerating reverse DNS on an IP or set of IP’s can sometimes reveal information you did not previously have. It is possible to be targeting a web server that has a bunch of virtual hosts and you prefer to track down primary web site on the web server which is where reverseraider may provide the results necessary as it is more likely that the most important site on the virtual web server has reverse DNS configured on the host itself. Below I display the primary three methods of using reverseraider.

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Rolled out an SVN file a bit early? Thought you fixed a problem but accidentally made it worse? Rollback the file by using the following example.

In the below example the current SVN revision is 102 and the file was accidentally upgraded to soon from version 101 to version 102.

  1. Verify Same File: svn diff -r 102:101 file-name
  2. Rollback: svn merge -r 102:101 file-name
  3. Verify Change: svn diff -r 102:101 file-name
  4. Tell svn Things are OK: svn resolved file-name
  5. Checkin File: svn ci file-name -m “rolled back file-name from 102 back to 101″

That’s it. You can also use the “svn status” command to see the revision of files, etc.

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