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August 6, 2015
By: Matthew Williams
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Administrating Your Network Domain with PsTools
Using PsTools: With PsTools, there are a number of different utilities included. The two I’ll focus on are: PsExec and PsShutdown. The rest are useful, too, and you can apply these techniques and batch files to them fairly easily. PsExec is used to execute remove cmd commands or processes on domain connected servers or workstations. I actually find myself using PsExec to register DLL files on my domain computers, run update files, MSI installation remotely, etc. PsShu ...
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August 6, 2015
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By: Amir
The moment you think you know something about security, you realize you don’t know anything! I’ll discuss my experience pursuing a CCNA certificate and a Security + certificate. The Beginning In 2011, I began learning about networking through free classes in San Diego’s community college continuing education programs. I started ...
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August 6, 2015
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By: Fiest Kazama
Closing all the attack venues by deploying “proper” cryptography is not always feasible and easy, and even then, the protection is not complete – the DoS potential remains. Without cryptography, the integrity of TCP/IP sessions is protected only by a small set of parameters that are – hopefully – not known to a pe ...
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July 28, 2015
By: Laird
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Methodology of information gathering and testing in social engineering
Obtaining information for social engineering, or from the target organization knowingly made unwitting available. As with anything should first be taken ethical considerations into account.To answer the question of whether the use of social engineering techniques as part of a penetration testing is acceptable , should first be shown why social engineering ever successful: The techniques work because all people certain features or character have weaknesses that may be exploite ...
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July 24, 2015
By: Kevin Mark
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MDK3 Option B method – Beacon Flood (With proof of working too)
MDK3 Option B. Option -b means it’s a beacon flood, it will send to a target a lots of fake APs, which can crash scanners, drivers and make more harm to a target then you imagine, and can suprise you a lot if you don’t take any cauction with this attack. 1. airmon-ng start wlan0 ->>>> Should say this ” (monitor mode enabled on mon0) ” to make sure it’s enabled write: airmon-ng 2. Type now airodump-ng mon0 ( You will now see a list wit ...
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July 23, 2015
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By: Kevin Mark
Hello and welcome to this little tutorial! We’re going to use Reaver and Wash. For those of you who don’t what Reaver and Wash are, Google them. In short, Reaver tries different pins until it catches the right one. It TAKES HOURS TO CRACK A PIN, so be patient. You can use OS X, Kali package or whatever. If we are on Kali, type f ...
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July 20, 2015
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By: orion
7 Steps to Locking a Folder (Plus a BONUS) 1.Open Notepad. Copy and paste the code below: cls @ECHO OFF title hacking if EXIST “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” goto UNLOCK if NOT EXIST MyFolder goto MDMyFolder :CONFIRM echo Are you sure to lock this folder? (Y/N) set/p “cho=>” if %cho%==Y goto ...
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July 17, 2015
By: Er. Ragini
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Securing Your Unix Operating System
Hi Team, I’m sharing my knowledge about UNIX OS.  Some important settings could protect your system. It’s also important to know your OS system well, including its security file settings.   Depending on your networking settings, you may be more open to attacks or vulnerabilities, such as: ICMP redirects Source-routed IP packets Smurf attacks and  SYN floods   1. ICMP redirects modify the kernel’s network routing table. Attackers can use ICMP ...
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