New answers tagged

1

Interesting video. In my opinion, to setup this kind on technique, you need to: 1) Own a domain name, say mysite.com 2) Each domain name has an "Authoritative name server". Usually the Authoritative name server are managed by the company that sold you the domain name. 3) You need to setup you own Authoritative DNS server on a public IP address, then ...


0

user2765654's answer covers most of your question, but its worth pointing out that a sniffer does not install malware. Further if you have "reinstalled Windows to factory settings" then you've made your system to a whole lot of attacks - you need to install all the patches (and preferably without connecting to the internet). You should also be changing all ...


0

Which apps within Parrot will identify a packet sniffer on the network? As long as there is just sniffing going on, you're out of luck, because that happens passively. The way sniffing works, is by showing you all the packages going through the network, not just those directed at you. So what normally happens is that your device actively filters out all ...


2

Can I convert directly from a .der to a .pfx/.p12? I don't think so because Openssl uses PEM encoding for certificates by default unless you set it explicitly using -inform or -outform arguments. There is no such option listed in the pkcs12 command. Do I need a .key (not provided via http://burp/cert:8080) in order to do the conversion? You ...



Top 50 recent answers are included