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I do C#/Java/Websitecrap in Information Security at a bank.


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accepted Is it possible to use a .Net payload with metasploit?
Apr
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asked Is it possible to use a .Net payload with metasploit?
Oct
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awarded  Good Question
Jun
27
accepted Maintain User Privileges After Shutdown in Windows XP?
Jun
27
awarded  Scholar
Jun
27
accepted Why can a Tor exit node decrypt data, but not the entry node?
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awarded  Popular Question
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28
awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment Why can a Tor exit node decrypt data, but not the entry node?
Commenting on both answers for visibility: Okay so TOR relies on a PKI directory to hold all public keys? The public keys for each router are pulled by the client and used to encrypt the data. How about on the return trip? Does the exit node pull all keys down from the directory and perform the same operation in reverse? How does router C get the client public key? Are client keys stored in the PKI directory as well?
May
28
comment Why can a Tor exit node decrypt data, but not the entry node?
Okay so TOR relies on a PKI directory to hold all public keys? The public keys for each router are pulled by the client and used to encrypt the data. How about on the return trip? Does the exit node pull all keys down from the directory and perform the same operation in reverse? How does router C get the client public key? Are client keys stored in the PKI directory as well?
May
28
asked Why can a Tor exit node decrypt data, but not the entry node?
Oct
4
answered Firefox lists '(unknown)' as the owner of google.com. Is my connection insecure?
Aug
29
awarded  Editor
Aug
29
revised Testing Snort IDS installation
added 450 characters in body
Aug
23
answered Testing Snort IDS installation
Jun
27
answered Where do organizations store their sensitive documents? How do they protect them?
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5
awarded  Student
May
4
comment Maintain User Privileges After Shutdown in Windows XP?
Yeah this was the only thing I could find as well. Will leave the question open for a bit to see if anyone has other suggestions, but will accept it if not. Thanks.
May
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comment Maintain User Privileges After Shutdown in Windows XP?
@schroeder, This is because the method to get the privlidged shell in the first place is scheduled to be patched, and I'm wondering if user's who have exploited this could possibly maintain that privlidge after patching.