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Monthly Archives: February 2012
One thing I quickly learned to love in Linux is Workspaces, being a dual monitor guy I thought it was a neat feature for those who don’t have a secondary monitor, or when you’re on the go and without a … Continue reading
Any version of Windows with IPv6 installed and running is vulnerable to a DoS attack by sending thousands of Router Assignment (RA) packets. This vulnerability has been known since mid 2010, and you’re not the only one wondering why this hasn’t been … Continue reading
Broadcasting the SSID of your router is the same as you audibly telling everyone your name right? So, it would be better if someone needed to know your name and the secret handshake to gain access to the WLAN… right?
Previously, I gave you a quick run-down on cracking a WPA secured network, today I will be showing you how easy it is to crack a WEP secured network. Today’s lab is a Cisco E2100L, 64bit Open, and running dd-wrt. … Continue reading
Malwarebytes Corporation is widely known for its (free) standalone anti-virus scanner, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM); having used it for nearly every virus removal, I have found it to be light-weight, easy-to-use, and it removes the bad guys 99% of the time. I … Continue reading
One of Windows’ inconvenient limitations is the lack of VHD support, namely, being able to attach the VHD on startup automatically; the way around this is fairly easy and unobtrusive to the user, without the need to install third-party software. We will … Continue reading
In some scenarios, you may want to change/spoof (or clone) your MAC address; this task is easily accomplished within Backtrack: Open Terminal and run the following commands. Replace wlan0 with your specific interface (run ifconfig). ifconfig wlan0 down macchanger –mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 … Continue reading
If you’re reading this, chances are you are running Windows 7 Home Premium and need a workaround for the network backup feature found in Professional (or your previous Vista Home Premium had it). Well guess what? No need to give … Continue reading