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Electric Power Geek and Control System Security Engineer. My opinions are my own.

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Aug
25
awarded  Nice Answer
May
12
awarded  Revival
Apr
15
answered Malware stole an executable file on my computer? Seems unlikely
Apr
9
comment What clients are proven to be vulnerable to Heartbleed?
Darn, I was hoping for an obvious ICS angle here. I've run into busybox w/ openssl on a few assessments, probably a good time to run it down. Thanks!
Apr
9
comment What clients are proven to be vulnerable to Heartbleed?
You should try this against those Digi Devices you wrote about a while back. Many of those, and other manufacturers, might use OpenSSL for their VPN and tunnel functionality.
Oct
31
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
revised Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?
was quoting airmon output, not kismet.
Oct
14
revised Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?
Clarifying that the output is from airmon-ng, not kismet.
Oct
14
comment Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?
Good call. I'll update. Thanks!
Oct
14
comment Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?
Agree, but why not then simply say "It's WEP". Why the merry chase trying to get a yes/no on whether or not its WEP?
Oct
14
asked Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?
May
10
comment what is the fastest and cheapest way to crack this kind of hash - md5(md5($password) + salt))?
I'm totally embarrassed by my answer now. Password cracking has come a long way in the past year and a half.
Sep
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
17
comment Contract requires me to work with sensitive IP, severe penalties for loss of data to 3rd parties. Some protection pointers please
Are you doing this, or is your company doing this? If you are doing this as a private individual, you really need to look into incorporation. Doing business as a corporate entity means that there is a wall between the company's assets, and your assets. You use a lot of words in your above post that make me think you are doing this as an individual.
Nov
22
awarded  Scholar
Nov
22
comment Strange Event Log Entry - Windows Server 2008
Best Answer put in.. However, the 'some how' piece of the explanation does not seem plausible.
Nov
22
accepted Strange Event Log Entry - Windows Server 2008
Nov
17
comment Does a Virtual Machine stop malware from doing harm?
The other piece to be aware of is the use of VMWare tools, which are a standard method of communicating back to the host, through the virtualized hardware. This is just another path, and one I don't know of any vulns for off the top of my head.
Nov
17
comment Strange Event Log Entry - Windows Server 2008
Good point. Any idea why the username would be an '@'?
Nov
17
awarded  Student