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Link of the day: Stop Software Patents (by http://www.ffii.org/)


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revised Do actual penetration testers actually use tools like metasploit?
Failed to parse "pentester". Replayced it with spelt-out version.
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suggested suggested edit on Do actual penetration testers actually use tools like metasploit?
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accepted How secure is Windows Auto-Logon?
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comment How secure is Windows Auto-Logon?
I find it disturbing because my password is being stored plain text. That means everything/one with read access to this registry location can use this info to log in remotely with these credentials. So a malicious piece of code that only yet has read access, can suddenly turn into a malicious p.o.c. that knows valid credentials for this machine.
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comment How secure is Windows Auto-Logon?
+1 for a seemingly interesting product
Dec
28
comment How secure is Windows Auto-Logon?
@Ramhound - I found the bit about Windows XP storing the password plaintext in the registry especially disturbing. Do you happen to know whether this is different with Win7?
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asked How secure is Windows Auto-Logon?