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yum update security check script

January 12th, 2017 No comments

simple bash script to check for missing security
here is the script:

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check local administrator group

June 5th, 2012 No comments

We needed a way to know if anyone has added itself to the Local Administrator group on any servers.
So I wrote this script and setup on schedulle task to run each hour. In case any changes
happen on the Local Admins group and e-mail will be sent.

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NTFS ACL Behaviour

May 6th, 2010 No comments

NTFS ACL Behaviour
If propagate from parent is checked
the original folder permissions will totally be replaced by the new parent settings.
example:
Directory c:tempjoe
permissions: joe RW , smith R
Copid to c:tempnew
already set permissions: joe R, smith RW, mark R
the files copied will be set with those permissions.
Same happens with any file that is put in that folders, they will
immediatly take the ACL of the current folder and lose previously ACLs.

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Setup Fail2Ban

January 5th, 2010 No comments

How to Install fail2ban on CentOS RedHat

Reference to my original post here
Make sure you have the repo darg for CentOS/RedHat

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Crack Wep

August 18th, 2008 No comments

I have cracked WEP from my own AP, I found amazing how easy it can be done.
So DO NOT TRUST in just WEP.Using kismet and aircrack-ng I was able to crack in less then 20min.
p.s. For those lammers that still use windows I sugest using this top of the line Live CD called BackTrack http://www.remote-exploit.org/backtrack_download.html
Another ways are out there to crack it, I would also recommend a less manual method by using de Live-CD called Wifiway, download or just use the one bellow plus the script called airoway, download

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