Unanswered Questions

12
votes
0answers
1k views

Attackers of Google DNS hijacking

As we know Google DNS server (8.8.8.8) in 14th and 15th March was hijacked in Sao Paulo. And subsequent to this event, BGPmon.org announced an alert. Now, In a course assignment, we are asked to ...
11
votes
0answers
296 views

WPA2 ephemeral key derivation

I'm trying to learn how ephemeral keys in WPA2 4-way handshake are derived. Starting from 4 EAPOL packets sniffing, I successfully derived PMK and PTK reading ANonce, SNonce, and knowing ASCII-PSK ...
11
votes
5answers
420 views

Monitoring Active Directory Domain Administrator Activities

I need to monitor Active Directory domain administrator activities and look for the following: 1) Looking for anomalies in daily activity 2) Getting alerted upon a violation My problem is that ...
11
votes
0answers
936 views

MPPE-Send and Receive key derivation from MS-CHAPv2

I am trying to get the MS-MPPE-Send-key and MS-MPPE-Recv-key from the MS-CHAPv2 challenge material. I am able to follow the RFCs 2548 3078 and 3079 to the step of getting the GetNewKeyFromSHA() it is ...
9
votes
1answer
189 views

When do shared disks “leak” data to other VMs, and how is that mitigated?

Inspired by this answer, I would like to know what are some common threats and mitigation techniques used to prevent one VM from leaking data to another via the shared storage infrastructure. ...
8
votes
0answers
394 views

Linux, TRESOR and XTS

I want to switch from using LUKS for full disk encryption to TRESOR. TRESOR tries to prevent cold boot attacks by storing the encryption key in the CPU's registers. It uses the kernel's crypto API for ...
8
votes
1answer
286 views

Maximum number of nodes with IPSec?

From my understanding, for incoming packets over IPSec, the Security Association (SA) is identified by the SPI field of the ESP header. Then let's say I have a bunch of nodes where each node wants to ...
7
votes
2answers
81 views

Can client-side hashing improve after-the-fact security in response to password leaks?

Several questions on this site address client-side password hashing, and none of them admit to any security benefit beyond protecting other sites the user might use the same password for. However, ...
7
votes
1answer
117 views

What to do with a PGP/GPG key to which I've lost the private key?

I created a private key with an Android app I'm no longer using. I had uploaded the public key to the keyservers without setting an expiry date. I later deinstalled that app, and deinstalling ...
7
votes
1answer
166 views

Kaminsky Bug DNS Cache Poisoning

I'm trying to use Kaminsky DNS cache poisoning method. I'm using bind9 server on ubuntu and static port. So far I achieved to insert a line into DNS cache which is ;additional www.blalba.com 80000 ...
7
votes
1answer
944 views

FIDO, U2F Compatibility

I've been following the FIDO standard (a consumer-friendly public-key system similar to SSH key pairs) and it appears that it's close to being complete: both Google and PayPal have been testing it ...
6
votes
1answer
142 views

Is ECDH for SEC P-384 and P-521 broken in Windows 10?

Just noticed that ECDiffieHellmanCng.DeriveKeyMaterial(...) behaves differently on Windows 8.1 Enterprise (x64) and Windows 10 Prof (x64). Specifically, when doing something like byte[] SymKey12 = ...
6
votes
1answer
150 views
+50

Is it possible to Exploit this Line Feed?

During a security assessment on a website I found a a redirection link that was reflecting the values in the Location header. The first thing that came to my mind was CRLF injection so I tried a few ...
6
votes
1answer
76 views

What real life scenarios require separate end user certificates for Signing and Identity?

Based on this question, I'm interested in any rational argument that would support the idea of maintaining separate signing and authentication certificates. Conventional logic & wisdom says there ...
6
votes
4answers
154 views

Solution to remain anonymous on a website that dismiss tor users?

I want to access to a website who recognize tor users and dismiss them. I have read that if you connect to a proxy after your tor exit node, the website wouldn't know that you are a tor user and ...

15 30 50 per page