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Pass-the-hash from memory

October 15th, 2012 No comments

This is the most impressive and scariest hack I ever seen.
The tool called WCE, Windows Credential Editor can get any password
from a Windows box, from memory! So even if you login in the server 3months ago,
the hack would still work. This is no common pass-the-hash attack,

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linux comand to show memory slots

January 3rd, 2012 No comments

linux comand to show memory slots

To find out many hardware information on linux you can use the awesome
lshw but when not available also dmidecode.
To find out how many memory for examples:
-How many slots:
# dmidecode -t 16

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How can I configure GlassFish to use a 64-bit JVM?

January 3rd, 2011 No comments
If you need to break the 2GB or 4GB heap memory size(depending on your OS/JVM combinaison) the maximum barrier for your GlassFish-powered application, you can move to a 64-bit JVM.

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