How does one go about safely write a temporary file to a location within an application server that is publicly accessible?
Consider some files and folder in Unix/Linux OS which are configured for only read access by root, if the hard drive stolen, and used in Windows Environment, are these permissions are still effective? ...
On Unix-esque systems, Mozilla Firefox stores a users' preferences, web history and stored passwords in a set of files that are readible and writeable by that particular user. This makes sense: when ...
I've been reading in most hardening guides for linux, that you should check for files and directories without valid user or valid group. What I can't find, is how this could be used for an attack, or ...
Someone created a file (web.config) in a location that basically caused IIS to not work. Is there any way I can determine who created this file? The creator/owner says "Domain Administrators". ...