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Re: Possible Malware? 2012-10-05
Paul Pottorff (paul pottorff fastermotion com)
Pls, don't reply to all.


Securing Apache Web Server with thawte Digital Certificate
In this guide we examine the importance of Apache-SSL and who needs an SSL certificate. We look at how SSL works, how it benefits your compan

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Re: Possible Malware? 2012-10-05
badimuh gmail com
Hi Joseph,

Are you sure there was nothing changed manually by an admin or something? do you have a security software installed and updated on your Windows 7 machine. If you still can use your computer normally, try to update your security software then disconnect from the internet and perform a dee

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Possible Malware? 2012-10-05
Joseph Hargis (jhargis01 googlemail com) (2 replies)
Hello List,

I have a Windows 7 PC connected to a domain exhibiting the following

1. The user logged off the machine to go to lunch. When she returned she
was unable to logon and the machine displayed an error stating that the
machine had lost the trust relationship with the domain.

2. T

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Re: Possible Malware? 2012-10-05
Khaled Zayed (khaled0319 gmail com)
Re: Possible Malware? 2012-10-05
Kurt Buff (kurt buff gmail com)
winAUTOPWN v3.2 Released 2012-10-03
QUAKER DOOMER (quakerdoomer inbox lv)
Dear all,

This is to announce release of winAUTOPWN version 3.2

A complete list of all Exploits in winAUTOPWN is available inside MISC\CHANGELOG.TXT
A complete list of User Interface changes is available in MISC\UI_CHANGES.txt

BSDAUTOPWN has been compiled, like always for various flavour

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CarolinaCon-9 - March 2013 - Call for Presenters/Speakers/Papers/Demos 2012-10-01
Vic Vandal (vvandal well com)
h4x0rs, InfoSec professionals, g33k girls, international spies, and script kidz,

CarolinaCon-9 will occur on March 15th-17th 2012 in Raleigh NC (USA). We are now officially accepting speaker/paper/demo submissions for the event.

If you are somewhat knowledgeable in any interesting field of hac

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Reminder: ClubHack2012 Call for Papers Closing Soon 2012-10-02
abhijeet clubhack com
Hello Everyone,

This is a gentle reminder that the Call for Papers for ClubHack2012 in Pune, India closes on 15th Oct, 2012. Send in you submission as soon as possible.

Call For Participation

See for details

In 2012, as ClubHack is focusing to

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[Onapsis Research Labs] New Onapsis Bizploit release 2012-09-27
Onapsis Research Labs (research onapsis com)
Hash: SHA1

Dear colleague,

We?re happy to announce the release of a new version of Onapsis Bizploit - the open-source ERP Penetration Testing framework.
Bizploit is a free command-line application to perform proof-of-concept penetration tests of the technical lay

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[Announcement] CHMag - Call for Articles 2012-09-25
abhijeet chmag in
Hello All,

ClubHack Magazine is seeking submissions for next issue, Issue 33 - Oct 2012.

Topics and interest areas include, but not limited to the following:-

# Hardware, Embedded Systems and other Electronic Devices Hacking
# Telecom Security (3G/4G, SS7, GSM/CDMA, VoIP) and Phone Phreaking
# Si

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Mobile Application Pen-Testing Consulting 2012-09-23
J Teddy (jteddylists gmail com) (1 replies)
I am looking for any recommendations on companies that can perform
penetration testing for both Android and Apple apps.

Is there anything specific I should have included in a SOW?



Securing Apache Web Server with

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Re: Mobile Application Pen-Testing Consulting 2012-09-25
Jeffrey Walton (noloader gmail com)
[Announcement] ClubHack Magazine's Sept 2012 Issue Out 2012-09-20
abhijeet chmag in
Hello All,

ClubHack Magazine's Issue 32 - Sept 2012 is here.

This issue covers following articles:-

0x00 Tech Gyan - The Compliance Storm on the Horizon: Seeing through the Cloud of GRC
0x01 Tool Gyan - Cracking WPA/WPA2 for Non-Dictionary Passphrase
0x02 Mom's Guide - Digital Signature
0x03 Leg

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Re: Windows "Object Access" auditing 2012-09-18
Glen GlenVictor com
Auditing Profiles will generate many noise events from the System and Network accounts, so it might be better to limit your target to Authenticated Users.

One solution is to DENY READ access to the Auditing GPO for the Management team.

A second solution is to write a WMI/VBScript/Powershell script

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Patch Management Tool for Multiple Databases 2012-09-18
jitendra pattanaik (pattanaikjitendr gmail com) (1 replies)
I am looking for a single tool, which would help me in patching
databases like Oracle, DB2, Websphere, Sybase, Lotus, Vmware etc..

If anyone is having any experience in automated tool, which help in
patching these databases, would request to share. Thanks



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Re: Patch Management Tool for Multiple Databases 2012-09-18
Vic Vandal (vvandal well com)
Windows "Object Access" auditing 2012-09-18
greg jebb bighand com

We?re looking to audit access (success and failure) for the Roaming Profiles of our management team. We?d like to exclude the user who owns the profile from auditing however, so we only see events where someone else has accessed the folder.

Does anyone have any idea how to enable auditing on a

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CPanel and central logging 2012-09-16
donduq i2pmail org

Can anybody tell me about CPanel and central logging? The logs appears to be scanned by LFD for intrusions, so probably I should keep local logging enabled. But maybe it is still possible to send a copy to a central syslog server? If anybody has experience with this, please let me know.


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introduction to exploit for newbie 2012-09-14
Shawn (citypw gmail com)
hey guys,

I gave a free speech about basic exploit and crackme 101 on GNU/Linux
at Beijing GNU/Linux User Group earlier this week. The slide[1] and
video demo[2] were all uploaded. You guys might have interesting about

[1] slide

[2] demo

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Hack3rCon 2012-09-14
Justin Rogosky (jrogosky gmail com)

Announcing Hack3rCon^3!
October 19-21, 2012
Charleston, WV

Great local security conference.

Hack3rCon ^3 Doomsday Eve - Are you prepared?:
Hack3rcon is West Virginiaâ??s premier information security conference,
bringing together leading information

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[Onapsis Research Labs] New SAP Security In-Depth issue: "Securing the Gate to the Kingdom: Auditing the SAProuter" 2012-09-13
Onapsis Research Labs (research onapsis com)
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Dear colleague,

We are happy to announce a new issue of the Onapsis SAP Security In-Depth publication.

SAP Security In-Depth is a free publication led by the Onapsis Research Labs with the purpose of providing specialized information about the current

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Re: Information /IT security publications 2012-09-12
Davin Enigl (davinenigl comcast net)
Practical Packet Analysis: Using Wireshark to Solve Real-World Network
Problems by Chris Sanders (copyright: Jul 6, 2011)

On 09/12/2012 09:17 AM, John Ruero wrote:
> publication/book that you know that focuses on PCAP analysis?


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OT: CPEs from other sources 2012-09-11
Bryan (brakeb gmail com)
I listen to the Risky Business podcast to get my CPEs. I started at
#1, and even though it was in 2007, many of the concepts still are in
practice and are topical to today's security environment.

But I also check out websites, like Ars Technica, or BugTraq. And I
read articles and whitepapers on se

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