A project I’ve worked on for the past month is now online – Introducing Project Neith! About a year ago I while surfing the web, I came across a tool called ‘PowerShell UniversalDashboard’ made by Adam Driscoll. (https://github.com/adamdriscoll) It makes creating webapps with PowerShell not only possible, but very easy.…Leave a Comment
Recon Part 3.5 – HaveIBeenPwned?
This is a quick write-up on the amazing HaveIBeenPwned Database maintained by Troy Hunt. https://haveibeenpwned.com. If you haven’t seen it, check it out! I recently discovered there isa public API to query the breach databases and decided I wanted to notify employees at my company if their account was involved…Leave a Comment
ImageMagick Proof Of Concept – Remote Shell
ImageMagick is a server-side image processing engine which is very widely used. Some functions include compressing/resizing submitted images (profile pictures, for instance) to standardize files in the server’s database. Some of the popular image processing plugins in php, ruby’s rmagick, and others use ImageMagick’s platform. Before going further, here’s a…Leave a Comment
Don’t DROWN! – Avoiding the TLS/SSL vulnerability
What is it? DROWN (Decrypting RSA with Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption) is a recently discovered (March 2016) vulnerability in SSL/TLS which can allow attackers to break the security SSL and TLS are supposed to provide and acquire the newly decrypted data. The flaw exploits servers which still support encryption services…Leave a Comment
PS-Tip #2 – Windows Remote System Uptime
In this post I’ll cover a Python and PowerShell script I wrote for a tool which had a function of obtaining the uptime of a remote machine. I’ll start by posting the script, in full, here: import os import subprocess def ps_remote_system_uptime(): remote_target = raw_input(“Which system do you want the…Leave a Comment
PS-Tip #1 – Remote DNS Cache Clearing
PS-Tips are a series of shorter posts which introduce and explain short PowerShell snippets that may help to automate some tasks. There are a requirements to run remote PowerShell commands and I’ll cover the details of setting the prerequisites in a later post. The process for getting setup isn’t too difficult so…Leave a Comment
Exchange 2013 – Archive Mailboxes!
This is going to be a short post about Exchange 2013 and Archive Mailboxes. Most organizations are faced with a plethora of mail storage issues – size limits, retention policies, PSTs management, and storing old mailbox data – which can be a challenge to navigate. Exchange 2010 introduced Archive Mailboxes…Leave a Comment