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Mar
20
comment Is it safe to mount luks over cifs?
The original host OS would only have access to the encryption on the block header. Isnt that correct? I do not know the specifics how the key is protected, I guess using a passcode. will it be possible to read the disk under new OS who simply read the block header, read the key and read the data? Correct me if I am wrong.
Mar
18
comment Is it safe to mount luks over cifs?
In simple words, Does that mean it is safe, if the disk is removed from original OS and the data is readable under new OS, or by any other mean to bypassing security control?
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accepted Windows process and socket capture
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revised How can an admin choose which Snort rules to enable?
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comment Windows process and socket capture
Thanks! I am trying a powershell script.
Aug
13
comment Windows process and socket capture
Thanks! NM is a good tool. I was thinking of something that doesn't require installation, and doesn't consume much resources on a critical machine.
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comment Are there DNS analysis tools that could detect bad DNS results?
If you want to verify dns query results on a client machine, then you can simply make script to statically use one of the trusted dns servers and second to use dns on the int conf and compare the both responses from both requests.