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in Everything Else
Posted February 12, 2009
Happy birthday :)
Ask him if you could borrow it for a sec to check on something and than add an account.
Ideally it would be nice to change the password so you know it. Wish there was a program out there could take a hash and put it in the sam rather than calulating a new one from the clear-text password you provide. If i'm wrong though (wouldn't be surprised), than get his hash, copy it to a safe place, and put it back the way it was after.
Posted February 8, 2009
Yes the tables are loaded in memory, but you cant select a specific table. You just select the directory and it uses any tables located there.
Some routers have the option to expose one computer on the network to the DMZ, but I still don't think it would isolate it from the rest of the network.
I think it determines speed to and from the test server. Though it may be from the same company, thier servers may be spanned over different locations hence the difference in results. Benchmarks are always rough estimates, and various other factors can contribute to the real upload/download speed you get at any given time.
Password to lanuch the teacher console on the other more expensive version? Still a security risk if you got a copy and are running it on your own machine...
Sounds like the developers need to come up with some more secure means, such as a dedicated server to serve the clients and teachers so you couldn't just get a copy of the teacher console and do as you please.
in Applications & Coding
Some models with the idea of this integrated chip with an OS on it thing sounds a lot like what you're implying, which no doubt sounds like a great idea to improve performance, though the advantage of the integrated chip rather than RAM would be that it would remain after power off. What I don't get is how you can expect faster boot times from RAM when any memory that stores the OS is flushed on power-down. The OS would need to be reloaded to this special allocation of RAM from a hard drive before it could boot.
Really it boils down to developing motherboard sized ICs with enough storage capacity for a modern day OS. I can see SSDs one day getting small enough to integrate on a motherboard. Until that time it just isnt feasible.
Yeah, the recovery partition is a problem now. The way they have it set up now, it is readily available for read/write in Windows by default on new machines. One of the first things I do for friends it to remove the drive letter for it in disk management.
Acronis TI makes it dead simple and provides password protection for your backups.
I think packet tracer requires you to be a Cisco networking student in order to obtain...
Or at least legally anyway :)
Ophcrack's tables cant be "loaded" as thier GUI foolishy conveys to the user. You put them in a tables directory and select that directory in order to use those tables. Hope that helps clear things up.
Posted February 7, 2009
Check out the man pages... that's what i'm doing :P
Use your left/right arrow keys to go through each page.
If you can figure out a way to tunnel it through ssh to the ssh server at the end that can forward it to the correct application from there used to decode your data at the end it should be able to be done. No you can't change the lettering of characters in ssh... we're dealing with encryption here.
You need ntlm tables for starters. The basic tables available can't crack anything beyond basic alphanumeric 5-6 character passwords. You will need to build your own if you want a better table. Unless you're doing pen-testing, really what you need to do is reset it with a password tool. This won't give you the password, just blank it or set it to the one you specify.
You could tunnel the ssh traffic like you said to the other computer that can decode it I suppose. Then again, like anything on the internet, I don't think SSH would know what to with the data if it wasn't standarized.
Posted February 6, 2009
Whats the point of any mods? The data going out would be in ASCII regardless.
Best answer here: develop your own encryption algorithm and communicate that way.
Didnt his last post pretty much describe it?.. Well except maybe for the script loading from the server part. Don't see how you coulda changed those settings unless the admins were too lazy to lock it down.
Anyone with that viewer could tap in. Shouldn't they have userids/passwrods or tie it into AD if the software can do that?
At the HS I went to you couldn't even right click windows.... what is it with these IT teams at schools now days?
Its been awhile since I've fooled with net send. It might've been disabled in SP3 but it should still be there, you just haft to enable the service.
I have used Process Monitor and Explorer to find it but nothing. If I Reinstall windows it came back even after I have repartioned my whole hard disk.
Already been used...
Maybe the infection's spreading through your network from other computers? You don't have any shares set up?...
Seriously though. If you got a pirated copy now you know why its bad. Either go back to the previous legit copy you got with your PC or look to an alternitive like BeOS or give linux a try.
Well it would do the trick :)
Go get mbrwizard than and wipe the mbr clean if you really think its a mbr virus that won't go away.
I really need to start using digg and some of these other services ppl are crazy about. Got a page full of sets to choose from. Thanks :)
Posted February 5, 2009
They should be able to log just about anything they control, but by the problems you've described it sounds like they're doing a half-ass job if anyone could access anyone elses files.
You know, the scary part is that some colleges allow ftp access to student files from anywhere. If the tech guys won't listen take it to administration and have them handle it.
Portscan of the target. Unless the company's paranoid with security you should be able to hit up the IP from a browswer and asssuming its on 80 it should show.
Its the immediate individual that thinks getting free monies is a good thing. With the way things are getting, everyone is out for themselves and themselves only.