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2 Ott/10

Display Programs That Open Connections With Moo0 ConnectionWatcher

Display Programs That Open Connections With Moo0 ConnectionWatcher

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the little things that computer users can do to improve the overall security of their computer system is to check the open connections regularly. Specifically, the programs that try to communicate with servers on the Internet or other networks. Programs like CurrPorts or MyPorts list all programs and services on the computer that listen for incoming connections or have already created connections with other servers and...

19 Set/10

See what images are being viewed on your network with driftnet

See what images are being viewed on your network with driftnet

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I want to preface this article by saying I am not, in any way advocating spying on your users. With that said, there are times (and reasons) why you might need to see what images are being viewed on your network. Whether it be an end user who is viewing content that goes against specific company policies or, worse, against the law. When this happens, you might have need or cause to see just what is being viewed from your LAN....

2 Set/10

Adding LDAP entries from the command line

Adding LDAP entries from the command line

Okay, so we’ve been dealing with LDAP a bit here on Ghacks, but mostly we’ve look at GUI tools (check out LDAP content on Ghacks). All of the GUI tools are good, but nothing beats the command line for pure control and power. And what’s best, once you have LDAP installed, you have all the tools necessary to manage your LDAP data! There’s really no need for further installation. So, yeah…LDAP comes with it’s own set of management tools and, in this article,...


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31 Lug/10

Expect Out Of Band Windows Security Release On August 2

Expect Out Of Band Windows Security Release On August 2

An increase in attacks exploiting a recent vulnerability in LNK files in the Windows operating system, sparked the creation and imminent release of an out of band patch to protect PCs running Windows from those attacks. Until now, only workarounds were available to protect Windows systems from those attacks. This included a Microsoft Fix-IT solution, third party software to detect and block malicious LNK files, and a Stuxnet Rootkit Remover to clean infected computer systems from common...

30 Lug/10

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

I do a lot of work with Linux servers. Many of those servers are either web or mail that require the use of a signed certificate for authentication. In some of these cases a CA authorized certificate is necessary. In other cases though a self-signed certificate can be used. I can generate a self-signed certificate by command line pretty easily…but not everyone wants to take the time to learn how to do this. For those that want to ease of a user-friendly GUI tool to generate their...

30 Lug/10

Less Spam Please, Integrates Disposable Email Services In Firefox

Less Spam Please, Integrates Disposable Email Services In Firefox

Disposable email address services provide access to temporary email addresses, that often require no registration. Those instant email addresses are used to register accounts at websites without revealing personal or work related email addresses. Lets exemplify the signup process. The registration process remains the same, the only difference is the email address that is entered into the registration form. Yopmail for instance is a very popular service, to use a yopmail address the registrant...

30 Lug/10

Remove TV Commercials With Life Extender

Remove TV Commercials With Life Extender

Recorded TV shows usually contain one or multiple commercial breaks, which most users would probably like to remove to save storage space, and watch recorded tv shows without interruption. A typical 30 minute TV show has between five to ten minutes of advertisements, which means that removing those ads from the video will save between ten to twenty minutes of playtime and storage space per hour. Life Extender automatically removes TV commercials from recorded videos. The program works...

30 Lug/10

Ballmer, “Windows 7 slates are job number one”

Ballmer, “Windows 7 slates are job number one”

In times of economic uncertainty there have been questions asked by Microsoft shareholders about the company’s intentions with the slate / tablet PC form factor.  At the company’s annual Financial Analyst Meeting this week CEO Steve Ballmer said that Windows 7 slates were “job number one” according to ZD Net. “We have a push with our hardware partners” he said, adding that such devices would be coming “soon”.  But where does this leave...

29 Lug/10

Adobe / Microsoft to team up on Vulnerability Sharing

Adobe / Microsoft to team up on Vulnerability Sharing

Microsoft has announced that it’s to extend it’s Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP) to include vulnerability sharing information from Adobe. The programme, launched in October 2008 allows sharing of information about security vulnerabilities with security software vendors.  So far 65 companies have signed up to the scheme. In a statement, Microsoft said… “Adobe products are relied on by individuals and organizations worldwide. Given the relative ubiquity...

28 Lug/10

Yahoogle.co.jp!

Yahoogle.co.jp!

Just as Microsoft and Yahoo! have joined forces in search, now Yahoo! Japan and Google have linked up too. Yahoo!’s Japanese search engine will now just Google’s technology rather than stick with fellow partner Microsoft and their Bing search engine as reported by NeoWin. Yahoo! will also use Google’s advertising system and pass search data back to Google. Masahiro Inoue, Yahoo Japan President, said that after a thorough investigation they found that Microsoft’s...