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  1. Is this viable?

    You'd be better off just using an old satellite dish, or one of these.
  2. Laptop Clarification

    I use a T430, in fact I'm on it now. It's perfect for pentesting, if that what you need it for. Got a refurb for just over £200 ($280 ish), 250GB SSD, 8GB RAM, i5 processor. I love it.
  3. SSID Identification

    I guess they took the joke 'I'm a Linux Admin, so I get laid as often as I have to reboot' and thought they better reboot more often
  4. SSID Identification

    Potentially not an option, but does your business do Disaster Recovery test days, or similar? When they power down all systems and then power them back up? If so, use this to your advantage. With everything on the estate powered down, they'll be a lot less APs to look at, and you'll know the ones that have disappeared are definitely connected to your buildings power (take a reading before power down and after power down). For future, maybe set up a dedicated PC (something little will do, like a Pi) to constantly monitor APs in the area and keep a decent log. Maybe use Kismet or airodump-ng. You can then see the APs that stick around long-term and the ones that have cropped up recently.
  5. Thank you. Doh, silly me, couldn't see the wood for the trees I'm now attempting to pipe this to Remove-WMIObject; Get-WMIObject -Computer $computer -Class Win32_UserProfile | where {($_.LocalPath -eq $profile)} | Remove-WMIObject But it get... Remove-WMIObject : + ... q $profile)} | Remove-WMIObject + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Remove-WmiObject], ArgumentException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : System.ArgumentException,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.RemoveWmiObject
  6. Hi all, This works fine... Get-WMIObject -Class Win32_UserProfile | Select -Expandproperty LocalPath However, the following does not. What am I doing wrong with the syntax here? Get-WMIObject -Class Win32_UserProfile | where {($.LocalPath -eq 'C:\Users\JoeBloggs')} $.LocalPath : The term '$.LocalPath' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again. At line:1 char:50 + Get-WMIObject -Class Win32_UserProfile | where {($.LocalPath -eq 'C:\Users\JoeBloggs ... + ~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: ($.LocalPath:String) [], CommandNotFoundException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException
  7. Aircrack-ng

    https://www.aircrack-ng.org/ has everything you'll ever need. Click 'Wiki' on the left, then scroll down to the 'Documentation' header.
  8. Bind two or more wifi networks

  9. WPA3

    I smell exploits for this on the horizon.
  10. WPA3

    Technically being able to deauth devices from a network at the moment is simply a time-saving tool. One of the best pentesting skills one can learn is patience! No need to deauth if you have patience. Besides, deauth is noisy, silently waiting is silent.
  11. WPA3

    Life goals.
  12. Help identify this graphics card

    It's a GTS 450. Trying to figure out exactly which one. I looked through every version of the GTS 450 from all known/reputable manufacturers of the card and could not spot one exactly the same as yours. It's certainly a GTS 450, as the cards are almost the same in every case, except yours appears to have R22 BIOS chips; most 450's generally appear to have 3 x R33 BIOS chips, whereas the one above only appears to have the R22 BIOS chips and maybe only 2 (can't see if the one above the R22 chips is a third, as it's just black)? If I manage to spot anything I'll let you know, but you're probably out of luck. Maybe a Chinese knock-off or such an obscure make that it'll be impossible to find easily.
  13. That moment when you clean a spill off of the couch, then realise that spot it now the brightest
  14. I hate Virgin Medias Parental Control

    I actually find it disgusting that their IT dept. figured this would be OK. The irony with things like this is that the more companies harbour the idea of Big Brother control, the more resentment they instil in the public, and the more hacking said architectures will become more popular. Basically, the Streisand Effect.