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May 29 2017

Determine OS within FTP Session

Published by under Networking

The “QUOTE” FTP keyword is essential to allow a user to run system-specific commands on servers (eg SITE or ALLO)   Most FTP clients send a NOOP – that actually is a dummy packet – to keep the connection up ftp> quote noop 200 NOOP ok.   QUOTE SYST returns the Operating System the FTP […]

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Apr 06 2017

Windows Managed Service Accounts

Published by under Windows

Managed service accounts appeared with Windows 2008 R2 Server. MSA provide a dedicated account for each service without the hassle of managing password assignment or reset; less management, more security. However, an account can only be used on one server.   Setting up a service account is done in 2 steps: Create it on the […]

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Aug 09 2009

How to crack a WEP key and decrypt live traffic

Published by under Linux,Security

Cracking a WEP key is extremely easy and is a matter of a few seconds. Truth? Pretty much… We are going to decrypt traffic in real time as well without even needing to connect to the wireless access point.   All steps will be run under root super-user as interfaces state needs to be changed. […]

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