Gmail doesn't give the IP address of the sender in its mail headers for security reasons. I'd like to know whether there is some other way of getting the IP address of the sender. Since Gmail ...
I am learning to use Metasploit as part of one of my college lessons. As you may know there are software builds like NOWASP (Mutillidae) or Damn Vulnerable Linux that allow you to exercise on pentest ...
Mosh has been around for a while now. Although it's claimed to be "a replacement for SSH" by its authors, mosh does actually depend on ssh to do the initial authentication, after which an instance of ...
I recently heard of the critical DNS vulnerability in glibc that can lead to arbitrary code execution. I hadn't found much about the cases when the faulty function is called and ways to remotely ...
I have a Windows Server that I login to from my home. I only use the pre-installed Remote Desktop. Is this a secure way to remote login or should I improve it in some way? If I should improve it, ...
I'm trying to brainstorm a security scheme for the problem of verifying server software integrity. The domain of this problem is Game Servers built on Valve's Source Dedicated Servers. These servers ...
If I suspect my server is compromised then should I disconnect it immediately or not? From Power or Network?
According to Mandiant, you should not: Mistake #1: Immediately entering “remediaton mode” – also known as playing “Whack-A-Mole” ... as described here: http://blog.mandiant.com/archives/1525 ...
Although this is closely related to the recently closed question Evil maids in the server room [closed], I believe that it's more answerable. I'd like to unlock LUKS volumes on remotely hosted ...