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Category Archives: Security
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
Windows’ Family Safety application had introduced Web filtering with Windows Vista, since then they have somewhat perfected it with Windows 7. I recently showed you how to create a safe network using OpenDNS, and today I will show you how … Continue reading
OpenDNS is the leading provider of Internet security and DNS services. OpenDNS gives you the tools to create a safe network for your family by protecting against inappropriate, phishing, and malware sites. OpenDNS is a powerful tool for businesses, and … Continue reading
Assuming that someone has disabled an account not on a domain (if your account has been disabled on a domain contact support) this tutorial is for home & office users recovering from foul play or possibly a malware infection, or … Continue reading
Today we will be using an ISO image of Offline NT Password Reset to reset a Windows 7 administrator’s password. This is useful when your are locked out of a machine with only one administrator account, or the admins simply … Continue reading
One of the neat things about XP was its secure login screen, a user would have to hit CTRL+ALT+DELETE, then manually enter the username and password to login. This was one way of “hiding” user accounts but it is more … Continue reading
Today I am going to capture the four-way-handshake and crack the WPA key (okay, I left a lot out but you get the picture). The lab consists of a Cisco E2100L sporting dd-wrt and WPA2-Personal with AES encryption. My attack client … Continue reading