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  1. how to make a file execute after extracting from compressed file

    guys, is there any app out there that would compress an exe and make it execute upon decompressing it... like for example compress an exe in zip, rar or 7z etc, and when a user uncompress the file...
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    Actually, that was my next step, to try and get a...

    Actually, that was my next step, to try and get a meterpreter session going, but results are somewhat different in a win7 box, as you can't do a "hashdump"... "lack of privileges." I started a thread...
  3. I've google for it, but nothing.... but I'm...

    I've google for it, but nothing.... but I'm looking for different ways to dump the hashes... I'll let you know
  4. unable to dump hashes in win7 with meterpreter

    I got a meterpreter session on a win7 box; however, I'm unable to use hashdump. I get insufficient privileges. So I tried to use the "keylogrecorder" script, but I need to migrate to winlogon.exe for...
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    thanks for the link though, but after reading it,...

    thanks for the link though, but after reading it, I got a few questions. Your attack was against a winxp box? because mine is against a win7 which has LM hashes turned off. Another when I import them...
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    I'll read it! thanks

    I'll read it!

    thanks
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    yes, I used "hashdump" on an xp box and import...

    yes, I used "hashdump" on an xp box and import them into cain. Then, I ran the dic-attack no problem!... but in this case I got also LM hashes and NTLM, so I was wondering if I needed both to perform...
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    question about cracking NTLM hashes

    I just got the NTLM hashes from a Win 7 VM. I got them using "auxiliary/server/capture/smb" from metasploit, so I could import them into Cain for cracking; however, Win 7 has LM off by default, so I...
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    yeah, like some here said, don't expect good...

    yeah, like some here said, don't expect good things from a 15$ gps.. so I decided to get this USGLOBALSAT USG-BU353 on amazon, it has good reviews so will see

    thanks

    -JV
    blog: pctechtips.org
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    testing gps for wardriving...

    I got a usb gps device ( GT-3series ) that I want for wardriving, but I can't quite make it work, on either wifihopper or netstumbler, it is suppose to show under com3 in device manager, but is not...
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    no, no actually I was deleting all backups logs...

    no, no actually I was deleting all backups logs before running the new backup, but you would think that the log would start back at 01, but now it would pick the number of the last backup... so what...
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    same thing, it will give me an error as it has a...

    same thing, it will give me an error as it has a problem with wildcards
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    mail notification of backup logs

    guys I know this question is kind of off topic as it is not a security related question, but here it goes anyway..... I'm currently doing backups with ntpackup command line that comes with 2003...
  14. thanks... good point!

    thanks... good point!
  15. suggestions for joining local security group in your area

    guys I've been looking for a computer security chapter in my area, but no luck, what groups or other ways to assist to meetings and seminar with computer pros and enthusiast you guys recommend

    ...
  16. no to mention you leave traces in the logs and...

    no to mention you leave traces in the logs and all over the place


    www.pctechtips.org
  17. here's a good md5 cracker...

    here's a good md5 cracker
    http://gdataonline.com/seekhash.php

    and I use cookie editor in firefox
  18. help hacking the login form....hacker challenge

    ok, I came across this hacker challenge, and it seems to work like this:.... anyone can register, once you register you can login, but you get a message saying that "you are a regular user, and you...
  19. SirDice, I tried your method and still didn't...

    SirDice, I tried your method and still didn't work, it will report every host on the net... I remember a while back using nmap in a way that it will only scan the net for a specific service....
  20. the UK is heading in the same direction....

    the UK is heading in the same direction....
  21. using nmap to scan for a specific server on the network..

    I've been trying to use nmap to scan for specific server on the network like MSSQL which by default runs on port 1433, now I've used nmap like this
    "nmap -sP -p T:1433 192.168.10.*" now this would...
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    well I thought that xss-me only tested forms for...

    well I thought that xss-me only tested forms for xss... any way of all those tools you mentioned I'm familiar with webscarab which I found very useful for analyzing cookies and trap request and...
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    ok... then how come that when I insert that xss...

    ok... then how come that when I insert that xss script on the form nothing happens?... also xss-me comes with lots of xss scripts built-in already, and if the test came back with xss vulnerabilities...
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    question about web app testing...

    I've started to get my feet wet with web apps, and I'm trying to make sense of the output that xss-me add-on in firefox gives you when you run a test on a given page, I've been testing the...
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    I tried windows 2000 server and it finally worked...

    I tried windows 2000 server and it finally worked

    thanks for the help
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