Search for Geolocation Vulnerabilities

Have you ever imagined that you can detect security flaws at an ATM near where you are? Here you have an example of it.


#1: Find your geolocation - you can use google maps to figure out;

#2: Visit the website shodan.io (shodan.io);

#3: Search for: geo:your_latitude,-your_longitude hostname:atm

#4: Grab some IP address and find about some vulnerabilities:


#5: Go to your Linux and use rapidscan (multi-tool web vulnerability scanner) to find some others flaws:



⚠️ This post is for educational and testing purposes only ⚠️

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