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  1. CEH Chat dialog for itpro.tv Day 8 Wednesday 1st April 2015
  2.  
  3. itpro.tv or itprotv or CEH or Certified Ethical Hacker:
  4. (Pseudonymised version - if I have missed something please let me know so I can remove it)
  5.        
  6. 13:33
  7. Mickey Mouse
  8. howdy all
  9.        
  10. 13:33
  11. Mickey Mouse
  12. Good morning Geptto
  13.        
  14. 13:53
  15. D'artagan
  16. Good morning, good afternoon
  17.        
  18. 14:04
  19. Mickey Mouse
  20. Good morning D'artagan
  21.        
  22. 14:06
  23. Mickey Mouse
  24. Good afternoon all
  25.        
  26. 14:06
  27. Mickey Mouse
  28. I've just updated the links thread https://bitly.com/itpro-ceh-links which resolves to https://forums.itpro.tv/topic/353/ceh-useful-links
  29.        
  30. 14:08
  31. D'artagan
  32. Thanks Minnie
  33.        
  34. 14:08
  35. D'artagan
  36. What did i miss yesterday? Social Enginneering and
  37.        
  38. 14:08
  39. Mickey Mouse
  40. DOS and DDOS
  41.        
  42. 14:09
  43. D'artagan
  44. ok,
  45.        
  46. 14:09
  47. Mickey Mouse
  48. There was no practical, all talking through the theory and giving examples of real world impact
  49.        
  50. 14:11
  51. Mickey Mouse
  52. Good morning
  53.        
  54. 14:12
  55. D'artagan
  56. I went to a good talk at London Defcon local chapter .http://dc4420.org speaker was from Facebook on how they do Password Hashing to protect over 1 billion accounts.
  57.        
  58. 14:12
  59. Mickey Mouse
  60. Cool, how do they do it? bcrypt?
  61.        
  62. 14:13
  63. Mickey Mouse
  64. Good morning @Pinocchio
  65.        
  66. 14:13
  67. D'artagan
  68. scrypt
  69.        
  70. 14:15
  71. Mickey Mouse
  72. Another day of comedy
  73.        
  74. 14:16
  75. Mickey Mouse
  76. I don't suppose presentation is available for free download is it?
  77.        
  78. 14:16
  79. Mickey Mouse
  80. Morning All. @Minnie TY for the updated link. You da bomb
  81.        
  82. 14:16
  83. Mickey Mouse
  84. Morning and yw
  85.        
  86. 14:17
  87. Mickey Mouse
  88. Good morning everyone
  89.        
  90. 14:17
  91. Mickey Mouse
  92. I came across a really nice link awhile back that I'd completely forgotten about until I found it again today: http://www.vulnerabilityassessment.co.uk/Penetration%20Test.html
  93.        
  94. 14:18
  95. D'artagan
  96. Just looking for it, some talk the side are available, some you just have to be in the room. all depends on who talking and the subject matter
  97.        
  98. 14:19
  99. Mickey Mouse
  100. Good afternoon Minnie, and good morning/afternoon to everyone. Just scrolling through chat to see what I missed yesterday.
  101.        
  102. 14:19
  103. D'artagan
  104. this is one for Privilege esculation , i forget to share http://blog.g0tmi1k.com/2011/08/basic-linux-privilege-escalation/
  105.        
  106. 14:20
  107. Mickey Mouse
  108. Hi Jeff and Dale. Thanks for link D'artagan
  109.        
  110. 14:20
  111. Mickey Mouse
  112. I got a delivery today - not the book - but a Rubber Ducky! Can't wait until I have some time to play with it
  113.        
  114. 14:21
  115. Mickey Mouse
  116. Good Morning everyone
  117.        
  118. 14:21
  119. D'artagan
  120. I think they got good sales on Friday of rubberduckies
  121.        
  122. 14:22
  123. Mickey Mouse
  124. Morning Captain my captain
  125.        
  126. 14:22
  127. Mickey Mouse
  128. I suspect so - Donald should get commission
  129.        
  130. 14:22
  131. Mickey Mouse
  132. Rubber Ducky you're the one. You make having bath time fun ;D
  133.        
  134. 14:25
  135. D'artagan
  136. Whats today subject? Session Hijacking?
  137.        
  138. 14:30
  139. Mickey Mouse
  140. I think so
  141.        
  142. 14:30
  143. Mickey Mouse
  144. I think they said they were going to try and get web servers and web apps done this afternoon too
  145.        
  146. 14:30
  147. Mickey Mouse
  148. Yes, Session Hijacking
  149.        
  150. 14:30
  151. Mickey Mouse
  152. Thanks @Iago
  153.        
  154. 14:31
  155. D'artagan
  156. Thanks Iago
  157.        
  158. 14:31
  159. Mickey Mouse
  160. you're welcome
  161.        
  162. 14:36
  163. Mickey Mouse
  164. Good morning!
  165.        
  166. 14:37
  167. Mickey Mouse
  168. Good morning John, Captain my captain and Donald
  169.        
  170. 14:39
  171. Mickey Mouse
  172. Morning all and afternoon to our UK friends
  173.        
  174. 14:39
  175. D'artagan
  176. Afternoon Jafar
  177.        
  178. 14:39
  179. Mickey Mouse
  180. Good afternoon Jafar
  181.        
  182. 14:39
  183. Mickey Mouse
  184. Thanks to this class I discovered a P2P intrusion on my network and I knew what to do about it.
  185.        
  186. 14:39
  187. Mickey Mouse
  188. Good morning Captain my captain and Donald
  189.        
  190. 14:40
  191. Mickey Mouse
  192. Good morning Captain my captain and Donald
  193.        
  194. 14:40
  195. Mickey Mouse
  196. Morning All!
  197.        
  198. 14:40
  199. Mickey Mouse
  200. Oh wait... does this mean we shouldn't believe a word Donald says today?
  201.        
  202. 14:41
  203. Mickey Mouse
  204. Football coach earns more
  205.        
  206. 14:41
  207. Mickey Mouse
  208. Good morning Jumbo
  209.        
  210. 14:41
  211. Mickey Mouse
  212. Gives me leveraget o make more policy changes as well.
  213.        
  214. 14:41
  215. Mickey Mouse
  216. Hey @Dale
  217.        
  218. 14:42
  219. Mickey Mouse
  220. Vexed that I missed yesterday, but at least they squared away my cable and internet... after 4 hours lol
  221.        
  222. 14:42
  223. D'artagan
  224. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/howaboutthat/11506686/April-Fools-Day-2015-The-best-spoofs-and-pranks-in-pictures.html?frame=3252255
  225.        
  226. 14:42
  227. Mickey Mouse
  228.  @ Dale can't be without internet so the important stuff
  229.        
  230. 14:42
  231. Mickey Mouse
  232. I know!
  233.        
  234. 14:43
  235. Mickey Mouse
  236. You know it is spring in Virginia when you start getting pollen alerts
  237.        
  238. 14:43
  239. Mickey Mouse
  240. 4 hrs! Wow What amateurs!!!
  241.        
  242. 14:43
  243. Mickey Mouse
  244. lol
  245.        
  246. 14:43
  247. Mickey Mouse
  248. So does the basketball coach at UVa
  249.        
  250. 14:43
  251. Mickey Mouse
  252. back to work tonight in LA
  253.        
  254. 14:44
  255. Mickey Mouse
  256. @D'artagan like the domino pizza one
  257.        
  258. 14:44
  259. Mickey Mouse
  260. No... you're kidding right?
  261.        
  262. 14:44
  263. Mickey Mouse
  264. Even I know who Peyton Manning is
  265.        
  266. 14:45
  267. D'artagan
  268. It got the Dominos one via email this morning
  269.        
  270. 14:45
  271. Mickey Mouse
  272. your show is like TWiT
  273.        
  274. 14:46
  275. Mickey Mouse
  276. Yep. Selena so sad.
  277.        
  278. 14:46
  279. Mickey Mouse
  280. good way of doing things, RAW
  281.        
  282. 14:46
  283. Mickey Mouse
  284. Sent wave through the hispanic community
  285.        
  286. 14:46
  287. Mickey Mouse
  288. great voice
  289.        
  290. 14:46
  291. Mickey Mouse
  292. real waste
  293.        
  294. 14:46
  295. Mickey Mouse
  296. I was with the 101st when Peyton was playing for Tenn. We used to love to go see them on Saturdays.
  297.        
  298. 14:47
  299. Mickey Mouse
  300. That's the power of the TWiT.
  301.        
  302. 14:47
  303. Mickey Mouse
  304. Wasn't it her manager, that murdered her?
  305.        
  306. 14:48
  307. Mickey Mouse
  308. Fan
  309.        
  310. 14:48
  311. Mickey Mouse
  312. If I'm not mistaken, yes @Dale
  313.        
  314. 14:48
  315. Mickey Mouse
  316. @Phils right
  317.        
  318. 14:48
  319. Mickey Mouse
  320. Head of fan club to be more precise
  321.        
  322. 14:48
  323. Mickey Mouse
  324. Ahhhh yes
  325.        
  326. 14:48
  327. Mickey Mouse
  328. Firesheep
  329.        
  330. 14:49
  331. Mickey Mouse
  332. you guys should have a show called IT Weekly.
  333.        
  334. 14:51
  335. Mickey Mouse
  336. Good morning all! Dead battery back up today  But I am here!
  337.        
  338. 14:51
  339. Mickey Mouse
  340. you could easily find things to talk about the way Leo does on his shows.
  341.        
  342. 14:51
  343. Mickey Mouse
  344. morning all
  345.        
  346. 14:51
  347. Mickey Mouse
  348. Good morning Athos
  349.        
  350. 14:51
  351. Mickey Mouse
  352. Hi Dale!
  353.        
  354. 14:51
  355. Mickey Mouse
  356. Hey Athos
  357.        
  358. 14:51
  359. Mickey Mouse
  360. @Aramis hello :_
  361.        
  362. 14:51
  363. Mickey Mouse
  364. @Athos Hello and grats
  365.        
  366. 14:51
  367. Mickey Mouse
  368. Good morning all
  369.        
  370. 14:51
  371. Mickey Mouse
  372. hello Minnie
  373.        
  374. 14:52
  375. Mickey Mouse
  376. Hi Jumbo Minnie !
  377.        
  378. 14:52
  379. Mickey Mouse
  380. what are we talking about?
  381.        
  382. 14:52
  383. Mickey Mouse
  384. Session hijacking
  385.        
  386. 14:52
  387. Mickey Mouse
  388. Hi Athos
  389.        
  390. 14:53
  391. Mickey Mouse
  392. Hi Jumbo
  393.        
  394. 14:54
  395. Mickey Mouse
  396. RDP session?
  397.        
  398. 14:54
  399. Mickey Mouse
  400. Good morning Aramis
  401.        
  402. 14:54
  403. Mickey Mouse
  404. Good morning Dale!
  405.        
  406. 14:55
  407. Mickey Mouse
  408. superfish
  409.        
  410. 14:55
  411. Mickey Mouse
  412. Never buying Lenovo
  413.        
  414. 14:55
  415. Mickey Mouse
  416. Cain and Able
  417.        
  418. 14:55
  419. Mickey Mouse
  420. @Athos LOL
  421.        
  422. 14:55
  423. Mickey Mouse
  424.  
  425.        
  426. 14:57
  427. Mickey Mouse
  428. OSI layer Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away  
  429.        
  430. 14:57
  431. Mickey Mouse
  432. Used to love Lenovo's corporate grade stuff
  433.        
  434. 14:57
  435. Mickey Mouse
  436. lol
  437.        
  438. 14:58
  439. Mickey Mouse
  440. I'd throw it away... don't eat it
  441.        
  442. 14:58
  443. Mickey Mouse
  444. Feature request: Search the video library by technology/technical term, e.g. if I want to identify which videos to watch to learn more about ipv6, be nice to be able to type it in and have the relevant videos from different courses popup.
  445.        
  446. 14:58
  447. Mickey Mouse
  448. @Dale lol
  449.        
  450. 14:58
  451. Mickey Mouse
  452. I second Minnie
  453.        
  454. 14:58
  455. Mickey Mouse
  456. or the other way.. All People Seem To Need Data Processing
  457.        
  458. 14:59
  459. Mickey Mouse
  460. Now people can hack cars how ironic
  461.        
  462. 14:59
  463. Mickey Mouse
  464. @Minnie +1
  465.        
  466. 14:59
  467. Mickey Mouse
  468. @Minnie - great suggestion
  469.        
  470. 14:59
  471. Mickey Mouse
  472. that would be a nice feature Minnie
  473.        
  474. 14:59
  475. Mickey Mouse
  476. You stopped short! Seinfeld ref
  477.        
  478. 14:59
  479. Mickey Mouse
  480. and ipv6 is great
  481.        
  482. 15:00
  483. Mickey Mouse
  484. @Pinocchio sure that works
  485.        
  486. 15:01
  487. Mickey Mouse
  488. IT Pro forum searches are easier now...
  489.        
  490. 15:01
  491. Mickey Mouse
  492. non sequitur, but, who won the book, yesterday?
  493.        
  494. 15:01
  495. Mickey Mouse
  496. Athos did.
  497.        
  498. 15:01
  499. Mickey Mouse
  500. Athos McGrath I believe
  501.        
  502. 15:02
  503. Mickey Mouse
  504. Congrats, Athos!
  505.        
  506. 15:02
  507. Mickey Mouse
  508. Congrats Athos. I had to go early.
  509.        
  510. 15:03
  511. Mickey Mouse
  512. I won the book? Cool! I just had mine delivered yest so I will be willing to let it go to someone else if they will allow.
  513.        
  514. 15:03
  515. Mickey Mouse
  516. hmmmm
  517.        
  518. 15:03
  519. Mickey Mouse
  520. Very nice Athos
  521.        
  522. 15:04
  523. Mickey Mouse
  524. Where's Wes? I suspect he'd have it off the top of his head
  525.        
  526. 15:04
  527. D'artagan
  528. 4billion
  529.        
  530. 15:04
  531. Mickey Mouse
  532. Ipv6 is 64bit
  533.        
  534. 15:04
  535. D'artagan
  536. AddBMSSU
  537.        
  538. 15:04
  539. Mickey Mouse
  540. 4.3 billion, Captain my captain
  541.        
  542. 15:04
  543. D'artagan
  544. ^Ignore
  545.        
  546. 15:04
  547. Mickey Mouse
  548. no
  549.        
  550. 15:05
  551. Mickey Mouse
  552. it's 128 but
  553.        
  554. 15:05
  555. Mickey Mouse
  556. oops bit
  557.        
  558. 15:05
  559. Mickey Mouse
  560. Aramis... ipv6 is 128 bit
  561.        
  562. 15:07
  563. Mickey Mouse
  564. 340 undecillion wow
  565.        
  566. 15:07
  567. Mickey Mouse
  568. yep
  569.        
  570. 15:07
  571. Mickey Mouse
  572. wild isn't it
  573.        
  574. 15:07
  575. Mickey Mouse
  576. wow!! My bad.
  577.        
  578. 15:07
  579. Mickey Mouse
  580. Refresh time.
  581.        
  582. 15:08
  583. Mickey Mouse
  584. yep
  585.        
  586. 15:08
  587. Mickey Mouse
  588. With the internet of things will take up numbers like crazy.
  589.        
  590. 15:08
  591. Mickey Mouse
  592. We may need ip7
  593.        
  594. 15:09
  595. Mickey Mouse
  596. lol Jafar, not in our lifetime
  597.        
  598. 15:09
  599. Mickey Mouse
  600. layer 7
  601.        
  602. 15:09
  603. Mickey Mouse
  604. IPv6 allows a crazy amount of addresses though.
  605.        
  606. 15:09
  607. Mickey Mouse
  608. there's enough addresses for every people in the world to have 4.3 each and still have a lot left over
  609.        
  610. 15:10
  611. Mickey Mouse
  612. 4.3 billion each
  613.        
  614. 15:11
  615. Mickey Mouse
  616. those IoT devices need to be isolated into their own subnet. Way too dangerous to just be hanging out there.
  617.        
  618. 15:11
  619. Mickey Mouse
  620. Yeah, just like everyone having their own current Internet.
  621.        
  622. 15:11
  623. Mickey Mouse
  624. coffee break:)
  625.        
  626. 15:12
  627. Mickey Mouse
  628. But those on a blue segment on the firewall.
  629.        
  630. 15:12
  631. Mickey Mouse
  632. you just transposed the number, Captain my captain : )
  633.        
  634. 15:12
  635. Mickey Mouse
  636. can you imagine in 50 years? it will be like the movie Gamer, even our brains will have an IP address.
  637.        
  638. 15:13
  639. Mickey Mouse
  640. Where does ITPRO.tv go in-depth with ipv6?
  641.        
  642. 15:13
  643. Mickey Mouse
  644. @Fab True. Google is working on a chip.
  645.        
  646. 15:13
  647. Mickey Mouse
  648. More addresses on IPv6 than nanoseconds since the Big Bang.
  649.        
  650. 15:13
  651. Mickey Mouse
  652. @JumboP hence my feature request l)
  653.        
  654. 15:13
  655. Mickey Mouse
  656. in Network+ Jumbo P
  657.        
  658. 15:14
  659. Mickey Mouse
  660. starting there, I beleive
  661.        
  662. 15:14
  663. Mickey Mouse
  664. Thanks Dale and Minnie
  665.        
  666. 15:14
  667. Mickey Mouse
  668. Backup the commode.
  669.        
  670. 15:14
  671. Mickey Mouse
  672. cool site http://www.subnetonline.com/pages/subnet-calculators/ipv6-subnet-calculator.php
  673.        
  674. 15:15
  675. Mickey Mouse
  676. Awesome!
  677.        
  678. 15:15
  679. Mickey Mouse
  680. the Net+
  681.        
  682. 15:15
  683. Mickey Mouse
  684. Thanks Captain my captain and Dale
  685.        
  686. 15:15
  687. Mickey Mouse
  688. and they talk about subnetting in there too
  689.        
  690. 15:15
  691. Mickey Mouse
  692. http://itpro.tv/course-library/#/course/54c2920ae10805157000002a/episode/54c2920ae1080515700001cb/
  693.        
  694. 15:16
  695. Mickey Mouse
  696. and Aramis
  697.        
  698. 15:16
  699. Mickey Mouse
  700. I gotta add the following to my presentation.
  701.        
  702. 15:16
  703. Mickey Mouse
  704. NSLs CIA Black sites in Chicago Lavabit Capture of encryption keys
  705.        
  706. 15:16
  707. Mickey Mouse
  708. might be what you're after
  709.        
  710. 15:16
  711. Mickey Mouse
  712. I still cannot imagine dealing with IP v6 in local networks. I usually remember IP address.. hehe
  713.        
  714. 15:16
  715. Mickey Mouse
  716. @AthosM nice site - thanks
  717.        
  718. 15:16
  719. Mickey Mouse
  720. Thanks Nathan
  721.        
  722. 15:16
  723. Mickey Mouse
  724. it's really cool... the loopback in ipv6 is simply ::1
  725.        
  726. 15:16
  727. Mickey Mouse
  728. Sure Minnie!
  729.        
  730. 15:16
  731. Mickey Mouse
  732. Thanks Iago
  733.        
  734. 15:17
  735. Mickey Mouse
  736. I'm a bit late today... what did I miss?
  737.        
  738. 15:17
  739. Mickey Mouse
  740. Thanks Iago I will have to check that one out
  741.        
  742. 15:17
  743. Mickey Mouse
  744. That's true Dale..
  745.        
  746. 15:17
  747. Mickey Mouse
  748. Hi Porthos. Intro to session hijacking. 2 types - network (tcp/ip v4) and web application
  749.        
  750. 15:18
  751. Mickey Mouse
  752. Hey Will
  753.        
  754. 15:18
  755. Mickey Mouse
  756. Thanks Captain my captain and Minnie
  757.        
  758. 15:18
  759. Mickey Mouse
  760. but I guess we can make up more numbers, like put in the middle of the IP address the phone number or something like that
  761.        
  762. 15:19
  763. Mickey Mouse
  764. are you talking about the EUI-64 method ? it uses the 48 bit MAC address
  765.        
  766. 15:19
  767. Mickey Mouse
  768. right.
  769.        
  770. 15:20
  771. Mickey Mouse
  772. but it pads it with FF:FE
  773.        
  774. 15:20
  775. Mickey Mouse
  776. to increase it to 64 bits
  777.        
  778. 15:21
  779. Mickey Mouse
  780. interesting, I didn't know that. Thanks Captain my captain. That's cool
  781.        
  782. 15:21
  783. Mickey Mouse
  784. the first 64 bits are either local FE80:: or learned from a router
  785.        
  786. 15:21
  787. Mickey Mouse
  788. @Donald, do you ever utilize tools like hashcat?
  789.        
  790. 15:22
  791. Mickey Mouse
  792. 128 bits Captain my captain
  793.        
  794. 15:22
  795. Mickey Mouse
  796. sorry to go off course someone was askign me
  797.        
  798. 15:22
  799. Mickey Mouse
  800. hmmm.. have to watch that ipv6 episode
  801.        
  802. 15:23
  803. Mickey Mouse
  804. It's REALLY interesting,Minnie
  805.        
  806. 15:23
  807. Mickey Mouse
  808. me too Minnie
  809.        
  810. 15:23
  811. Mickey Mouse
  812. oh yes, sorry Captain my captain
  813.        
  814. 15:23
  815. Mickey Mouse
  816. IPV6 has me more flummoxed than CEH at this point. Still trying to get a handle on really understanding it as well as I do IPV4
  817.        
  818. 15:23
  819. Mickey Mouse
  820. I know, I need to refresh myself on that @Minnie
  821.        
  822. 15:24
  823. Mickey Mouse
  824. Any idea when IPv6 is going to go mainstream?
  825.        
  826. 15:24
  827. Mickey Mouse
  828. I might dare to install and IPv6 network in a small office just to learn.
  829.        
  830. 15:25
  831. Mickey Mouse
  832. question is ... are you using ipv6 for anything!
  833.        
  834. 15:25
  835. Mickey Mouse
  836. brb - coffee calls
  837.        
  838. 15:25
  839. Mickey Mouse
  840. Ipv6 is slowly creeping in to service
  841.        
  842. 15:25
  843. Mickey Mouse
  844. all the Verizon hotspot are configured with IPv6
  845.        
  846. 15:25
  847. Mickey Mouse
  848. I think there is an alternative to ipv6 out there
  849.        
  850. 15:25
  851. Mickey Mouse
  852. There are a lot of ipv6 infrastructure in place. But to go totally native ipv6 will take about 20 yrs. To completely phase out ipv4 is 50yrs
  853.        
  854. 15:25
  855. Mickey Mouse
  856. I am trying local implementations of IPV6 using DHCP, still trying.
  857.        
  858. 15:26
  859. Mickey Mouse
  860. and they give you an IPv6 address when you connect to them
  861.        
  862. 15:26
  863. Mickey Mouse
  864. link local is FE80: :/10 and locally unique is FC00: :/7 and multicast traffic is FF00 :/8 and they have a special range just for documentation. that is 2001:db8: :/32
  865.        
  866. 15:26
  867. Mickey Mouse
  868. http://packetlife.net/blog/2011/apr/1/alternative-ipv6-works/
  869.        
  870. 15:26
  871. Mickey Mouse
  872. Thanks Captain my captain
  873.        
  874. 15:26
  875. Mickey Mouse
  876. DOD was trying to implement it, not sure if they are still on schedule
  877.        
  878. 15:26
  879. Mickey Mouse
  880. thanks Athos
  881.        
  882. 15:26
  883. Mickey Mouse
  884. Your router has to support that 1st
  885.        
  886. 15:27
  887. Mickey Mouse
  888. Sure Dale
  889.        
  890. 15:27
  891. Mickey Mouse
  892. I thought that DOD has already implemented it
  893.        
  894. 15:27
  895. Mickey Mouse
  896. OpenDNS have ipv6 servers
  897.        
  898. 15:27
  899. Mickey Mouse
  900. the switch over date was supposed to be June of 2013
  901.        
  902. 15:28
  903. Mickey Mouse
  904. lol Donald
  905.        
  906. 15:29
  907. Mickey Mouse
  908. Thanks very much @Dale for info and @Athos for link
  909.        
  910. 15:29
  911. Mickey Mouse
  912. You heard it here folks ... the DOD has not yet implemented IPv6... thanks sean
  913.        
  914. 15:29
  915. Mickey Mouse
  916. You're welcome : )
  917.        
  918. 15:29
  919. Mickey Mouse
  920. I'm thinking session hijacking sounds easier than understanding ipv6 though!
  921.        
  922. 15:30
  923. Mickey Mouse
  924. Lol DOD
  925.        
  926. 15:30
  927. Mickey Mouse
  928. Sure Minnie
  929.        
  930. 15:30
  931. Mickey Mouse
  932. @Minnie I agree
  933.        
  934. 15:31
  935. Mickey Mouse
  936. I think it's really fascinating
  937.        
  938. 15:34
  939. Mickey Mouse
  940. QUESTION: if a browser creates multiple connections to a server to speed up page load, are we hijacking all connections as one session or just one connection = one session?
  941.        
  942. 15:34
  943. Mickey Mouse
  944. https://codebutler.github.io/firesheep/
  945.        
  946. 15:35
  947. Mickey Mouse
  948. lol
  949.        
  950. 15:35
  951. Mickey Mouse
  952. good question Minnie
  953.        
  954. 15:35
  955. Mickey Mouse
  956. I mentioned it in the begin of the show
  957.        
  958. 15:35
  959. Mickey Mouse
  960. Yep, I do.
  961.        
  962. 15:35
  963. Mickey Mouse
  964. I used it on my network to play with it.
  965.        
  966. 15:36
  967. Mickey Mouse
  968. Okay - thanks Captain my captain and Donald
  969.        
  970. 15:36
  971. Mickey Mouse
  972. blacksheep combats firesheep
  973.        
  974. 15:37
  975. Mickey Mouse
  976. lol nice lord of the rings reference
  977.        
  978. 15:37
  979. Mickey Mouse
  980. Sheep Wars!
  981.        
  982. 15:37
  983. Mickey Mouse
  984. @Jumbo
  985.        
  986. 15:38
  987. Mickey Mouse
  988. could you show a practical example?
  989.        
  990. 15:40
  991. Mickey Mouse
  992.  
  993.        
  994. 15:40
  995. Mickey Mouse
  996. Good movie lol
  997.        
  998. 15:40
  999. Mickey Mouse
  1000. Baa Baa Blacksheep
  1001.        
  1002. 15:41
  1003. Mickey Mouse
  1004. Pappy Boyington
  1005.        
  1006. 15:41
  1007. Mickey Mouse
  1008. How would a security pro detect a hijacked session?
  1009.        
  1010. 15:42
  1011. Mickey Mouse
  1012. The Blacksheep anyone remember this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9F5xcpjDMU
  1013.        
  1014. 15:43
  1015. Mickey Mouse
  1016. Choppy video.
  1017.        
  1018. 15:43
  1019. Mickey Mouse
  1020. yes @ Thumper Beem
  1021.        
  1022. 15:44
  1023. Mickey Mouse
  1024. It worked fine on my end.
  1025.        
  1026. 15:44
  1027. Mickey Mouse
  1028. It's settled back down now.
  1029.        
  1030. 15:44
  1031. Mickey Mouse
  1032. fine here
  1033.        
  1034. 15:47
  1035. Mickey Mouse
  1036. Thanks Captain my captain and Donald
  1037.        
  1038. 15:48
  1039. Mickey Mouse
  1040. Hi Everyone
  1041.        
  1042. 15:48
  1043. Mickey Mouse
  1044. would it be a good idea to do URL masking?
  1045.        
  1046. 15:48
  1047. Mickey Mouse
  1048. Hi Johnathan
  1049.        
  1050. 15:48
  1051. Mickey Mouse
  1052. to protect from seeing the ID
  1053.        
  1054. 15:48
  1055. Mickey Mouse
  1056. Hi Jonathan
  1057.        
  1058. 15:48
  1059. Mickey Mouse
  1060. Hi Jonathan
  1061.        
  1062. 15:48
  1063. Mickey Mouse
  1064. hey Jonathan!
  1065.        
  1066. 15:49
  1067. Mickey Mouse
  1068. If someone reconnects would it mess up the hijacked session?
  1069.        
  1070. 15:49
  1071. Mickey Mouse
  1072. Oh, think my session's been hijacked! Lost all connection there for a while.
  1073.        
  1074. 15:49
  1075. Mickey Mouse
  1076. Thanks @Jumbo, I was wondering that too
  1077.        
  1078. 15:50
  1079. Mickey Mouse
  1080. Hi Syd
  1081.        
  1082. 15:50
  1083. Mickey Mouse
  1084. @Hi Minnie. I feel daunted by IPv6.
  1085.        
  1086. 15:50
  1087. Mickey Mouse
  1088. yw Geptto
  1089.        
  1090. 15:51
  1091. Mickey Mouse
  1092. Great April Fool's Donald and Captain my captain, hijacking my session like that.
  1093.        
  1094. 15:51
  1095. Mickey Mouse
  1096. @Syd me too
  1097.        
  1098. 15:51
  1099. Mickey Mouse
  1100. @Syd lol
  1101.        
  1102. 15:51
  1103. Mickey Mouse
  1104. ha ha Syd
  1105.        
  1106. 15:52
  1107. Mickey Mouse
  1108. itpro.tv has all our IP addresses, they can hack us all!
  1109.        
  1110. 15:52
  1111. Mickey Mouse
  1112. Thanks guys
  1113.        
  1114. 15:53
  1115. Mickey Mouse
  1116. QUESTION: Will there be any practical demos of session hijacking today?
  1117.        
  1118. 15:53
  1119. Mickey Mouse
  1120. I asked that too Minnie
  1121.        
  1122. 15:53
  1123. Mickey Mouse
  1124. @Aramis +1
  1125.        
  1126. 15:54
  1127. Mickey Mouse
  1128. would be great supplemental material - demos
  1129.        
  1130. 15:54
  1131. Mickey Mouse
  1132. that would be cool. Thank you
  1133.        
  1134. 15:54
  1135. Mickey Mouse
  1136. Cool thanks
  1137.        
  1138. 15:54
  1139. Mickey Mouse
  1140. How would the labs work?
  1141.        
  1142. 15:54
  1143. D'artagan
  1144. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Session_Management_Cheat_Sheet
  1145.        
  1146. 15:55
  1147. Mickey Mouse
  1148. Nice!
  1149.        
  1150. 15:55
  1151. Mickey Mouse
  1152. good link, thanks D'artagan
  1153.        
  1154. 15:55
  1155. Mickey Mouse
  1156. I agree @Donald
  1157.        
  1158. 15:55
  1159. Mickey Mouse
  1160. The labs will be cool
  1161.        
  1162. 15:55
  1163. Mickey Mouse
  1164. Thanks bookmarked.
  1165.        
  1166. 15:55
  1167. Mickey Mouse
  1168. For my practice lab, I set up a network using vbox of win xp sp2 computers. One has two nics connected to a second network. I disabled the firewalls. I don't have servers setup yet. My attack computer will be the kali linux dvd. https://www.kali.org/downloads/
  1169.        
  1170. 15:55
  1171. Mickey Mouse
  1172. When setting up the vbox comuter network, don't use the default 'NAT' for the vbox nics, I'm using 'internal network' to keep it on the test netork'
  1173.        
  1174. 15:56
  1175. Mickey Mouse
  1176. https://www.hackthissite.org/
  1177.        
  1178. 15:56
  1179. D'artagan
  1180. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfIVbJMlFOk
  1181.        
  1182. 15:56
  1183. Mickey Mouse
  1184. Thanks D'artagan
  1185.        
  1186. 15:56
  1187. Mickey Mouse
  1188. I'll use armitage which is a gui for metasploit and and I'll practice other tools on the dvd.
  1189.        
  1190. 15:56
  1191. Mickey Mouse
  1192. @Pinocchio... nice!
  1193.        
  1194. 15:56
  1195. Mickey Mouse
  1196. nice link D'artagan
  1197.        
  1198. 15:56
  1199. Mickey Mouse
  1200. thanks Captain my captain
  1201.        
  1202. 15:56
  1203. Mickey Mouse
  1204. Thanks Pinocchio
  1205.        
  1206. 15:57
  1207. Mickey Mouse
  1208. To start armitage boot on kali. set up the network if you don't have dhcp server. Before armitage will work you first need to start the metasploit To start armitage boot on kali. set up the network if you don't have dhcp server. Before armitage will work you first need to start the metasploit service. It's in the menu: 'kali linux/system services/metasploit/comunity / pro start'
  1209.        
  1210. 15:57
  1211. Mickey Mouse
  1212. Thanks Pinocchio
  1213.        
  1214. 15:57
  1215. Mickey Mouse
  1216. https://code.google.com/p/webgoat/
  1217.        
  1218. 15:57
  1219. Mickey Mouse
  1220. ' Then start armitage. menu: 'kali linux/exploitation tools/network exploitation/armitage' click <connect> accepting defaults. <yes> to start metasploit rpc server. Wait for connect which can take awhile. In response to the message 'could not determine attack computer' enter kali's ip address.
  1221.        
  1222. 15:57
  1223. Mickey Mouse
  1224. Hackthissite has some nice exercises you can work through
  1225.        
  1226. 15:57
  1227. Mickey Mouse
  1228. is that it?^
  1229.        
  1230. 15:57
  1231. Mickey Mouse
  1232. I hope someone will find this usefull
  1233.        
  1234. 15:57
  1235. Mickey Mouse
  1236. thanks for all the great links guys!
  1237.        
  1238. 15:57
  1239. Mickey Mouse
  1240. Webogoat is an OWASP project
  1241.        
  1242. 15:58
  1243. Mickey Mouse
  1244. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_WebGoat_Project
  1245.        
  1246. 15:58
  1247. Mickey Mouse
  1248. wow, you guys are finding this stuff quickly
  1249.        
  1250. 15:59
  1251. Mickey Mouse
  1252. Thank you Minnie for your excellent links! (I've been watching since last week, but I couldn't thank you earlier since i just got the subscription yesterday.)
  1253.        
  1254. 15:59
  1255. Mickey Mouse
  1256. https://www.hackthissite.org/
  1257.        
  1258. 15:59
  1259. Mickey Mouse
  1260. Thanks Pinocchio for the info re armitage
  1261.        
  1262. 15:59
  1263. Mickey Mouse
  1264. Welcome to the club : )
  1265.        
  1266. 15:59
  1267. Mickey Mouse
  1268. Yw at Jeff and good on you for subscribing
  1269.        
  1270. 16:01
  1271. Mickey Mouse
  1272. @Captain my captain W just looking down the page about those webgoat lessons, something else for the to-watch list
  1273.        
  1274. 16:01
  1275. Mickey Mouse
  1276. I guess this is as good a time as any to eat something. Coffee and water for breakfast isn't great.
  1277.        
  1278. 16:01
  1279. Mickey Mouse
  1280.  
  1281.        
  1282. 16:01
  1283. Mickey Mouse
  1284. I didn't get my fresh fruit smoothie this morning
  1285.        
  1286. 16:02
  1287. Mickey Mouse
  1288. OWASP has a-lot of good projects that we all can use
  1289.        
  1290. 16:02
  1291. Mickey Mouse
  1292. Has anyone heard of any security concerns with MoCA networking?
  1293.        
  1294. 16:03
  1295. Mickey Mouse
  1296. @Jumbo P. Needs to be secured with a pin. Anyone on the node can pick up your signals and gain access into your network.
  1297.        
  1298. 16:04
  1299. Mickey Mouse
  1300. You'll also need a High pass filter placed on the junction block at the end of your aerial drop. If not you'll have noise bleed out into your neighbors.
  1301.        
  1302. 16:04
  1303. Mickey Mouse
  1304. @Captain my captainW just looking through their dev cheat sheet list, will definitely be passing these onto the dev team at my new place in case they don't already know of them
  1305.        
  1306. 16:04
  1307. Mickey Mouse
  1308. I have a POE filter for isolation but is that enough precaution?
  1309.        
  1310. 16:04
  1311. Mickey Mouse
  1312.  
  1313.        
  1314. 16:05
  1315. Mickey Mouse
  1316. Thanks Jumbo
  1317.        
  1318. 16:05
  1319. Mickey Mouse
  1320. Make sure the POE is at least 1G or higher. Also the modem has to be MoCa compliant. If not your speeds are gonna suck.
  1321.        
  1322. 16:05
  1323. Mickey Mouse
  1324. any security concern about "guess" wireless networks? once connected, is it easy to jump to the main network?
  1325.        
  1326. 16:06
  1327. Mickey Mouse
  1328. Some session hijacking videos are available on cybrary: http://www.cybrary.it/video/session-hijacking-hamster-lab/
  1329.        
  1330. 16:06
  1331. Mickey Mouse
  1332. Thanks again Jumbo...sorry for going off topic everyone
  1333.        
  1334. 16:07
  1335. Mickey Mouse
  1336. OWASP seems to be pretty good site
  1337.        
  1338. 16:07
  1339. Mickey Mouse
  1340. wired and wifi networks are on a different mac. You can segment them into different subnets or VLANs.
  1341.        
  1342. 16:07
  1343. Mickey Mouse
  1344. hahaha... anyone been to amazon yet today?
  1345.        
  1346. 16:07
  1347. Mickey Mouse
  1348. the cadbury creme egg?
  1349.        
  1350. 16:08
  1351. Mickey Mouse
  1352. What is up with Amazon Porthos?
  1353.        
  1354. 16:08
  1355. D'artagan
  1356. Any one near London, OWSAP london , has good tech talks normally every other month https://www.owasp.org/index.php/London saying that there has not bee one this year yet. Normally head at Skypes london Office
  1357.        
  1358. 16:08
  1359. Mickey Mouse
  1360. Thanks for that heads up D'artagan
  1361.        
  1362. 16:08
  1363. Mickey Mouse
  1364. They have quarterly meetings in Tampa, FL
  1365.        
  1366. 16:09
  1367. Mickey Mouse
  1368. Ah - amazon.com no change to the amazon.co.uk site
  1369.        
  1370. 16:09
  1371. Mickey Mouse
  1372. LOL.
  1373.        
  1374. 16:09
  1375. Mickey Mouse
  1376. thanks for all the links, just got done processing..
  1377.        
  1378. 16:09
  1379. D'artagan
  1380. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Chapter list of local OWASP Chapters
  1381.        
  1382. 16:10
  1383. Mickey Mouse
  1384. Thanks for the link Daryl
  1385.        
  1386. 16:11
  1387. Mickey Mouse
  1388. D'artagan sorry misspelled
  1389.        
  1390. 16:11
  1391. D'artagan
  1392. np, i answer to all spellings
  1393.        
  1394. 16:12
  1395. Mickey Mouse
  1396.  
  1397.        
  1398. 16:13
  1399. Mickey Mouse
  1400. Thanks D'artagan, that looks interesting
  1401.        
  1402. 16:13
  1403. Mickey Mouse
  1404. Is ITPRO.tv going to do any shows about php or website design or the like?
  1405.        
  1406. 16:23
  1407. Mickey Mouse
  1408. Amplification attacks. https://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/550620
  1409.        
  1410. 16:24
  1411. Mickey Mouse
  1412. Interesting thanks Jumbo
  1413.        
  1414. 16:24
  1415. Mickey Mouse
  1416. I just got that.
  1417.        
  1418. 16:25
  1419. Mickey Mouse
  1420. thanks Jumbo
  1421.        
  1422. 16:26
  1423. Mickey Mouse
  1424. yw guys!
  1425.        
  1426. 16:28
  1427. Mickey Mouse
  1428. i use noscript in firefox and turn jovascript on enough to make thesite work.
  1429.        
  1430. 16:29
  1431. Mickey Mouse
  1432. Thanks Jumbo
  1433.        
  1434. 16:29
  1435. Mickey Mouse
  1436. like IE on windows server.. it is basically useless unless the security feature is off
  1437.        
  1438. 16:29
  1439. Mickey Mouse
  1440. He uses noscript
  1441.        
  1442. 16:30
  1443. Mickey Mouse
  1444. shoot him.
  1445.        
  1446. 16:30
  1447. Mickey Mouse
  1448. Honestly IE 11 is nice
  1449.        
  1450. 16:30
  1451. Mickey Mouse
  1452. *bash head on keyboard*
  1453.        
  1454. 16:30
  1455. Mickey Mouse
  1456. lol Minnie
  1457.        
  1458. 16:30
  1459. Mickey Mouse
  1460. and then they finally got it decent and killed it off lol
  1461.        
  1462. 16:30
  1463. Mickey Mouse
  1464. Haha Minnie!
  1465.        
  1466. 16:30
  1467. Mickey Mouse
  1468. Minnie LOL
  1469.        
  1470. 16:30
  1471. Mickey Mouse
  1472. Goodmorning/afternoon!!!
  1473.        
  1474. 16:31
  1475. Mickey Mouse
  1476. Spartan is the new one in win 10
  1477.        
  1478. 16:31
  1479. Mickey Mouse
  1480. IE is not bad like it used to be...it is pretty secure believe it or not
  1481.        
  1482. 16:31
  1483. Mickey Mouse
  1484. Looking forward to see where Microsoft goes with Spartan
  1485.        
  1486. 16:31
  1487. Mickey Mouse
  1488. Hi Manoj
  1489.        
  1490. 16:31
  1491. Mickey Mouse
  1492. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2898509/10-obscure-highly-specialized-browsers-that-will-make-you-forget-about-chrome-firefox-and-ie.html
  1493.        
  1494. 16:31
  1495. Mickey Mouse
  1496. HI Manoj
  1497.        
  1498. 16:32
  1499. Mickey Mouse
  1500. cripes
  1501.        
  1502. 16:32
  1503. Mickey Mouse
  1504. wow
  1505.        
  1506. 16:32
  1507. Mickey Mouse
  1508. ... wow.
  1509.        
  1510. 16:32
  1511. Mickey Mouse
  1512. Thanks Dale
  1513.        
  1514. 16:33
  1515. Mickey Mouse
  1516. True but it's just as bad if you are gonna use add-on/plug-in/extensions.
  1517.        
  1518. 16:33
  1519. Mickey Mouse
  1520.  
  1521.        
  1522. 16:33
  1523. Mickey Mouse
  1524. crazy, I guess you have to report that anonymously
  1525.        
  1526. 16:33
  1527. Mickey Mouse
  1528. You welcome
  1529.        
  1530. 16:33
  1531. Mickey Mouse
  1532. 're : )
  1533.        
  1534. 16:34
  1535. Mickey Mouse
  1536. That just doesn't seem right... how easy would it be to just change the couple of numbers and not really think that constitutes an unauthroised action...
  1537.        
  1538. 16:34
  1539. Mickey Mouse
  1540. In case of banks send anonymous info to the Federal Reserve Board
  1541.        
  1542. 16:34
  1543. Mickey Mouse
  1544. That happened to a guy who found a facebook flaw
  1545.        
  1546. 16:35
  1547. Mickey Mouse
  1548. Please let it never happen to any of us
  1549.        
  1550. 16:36
  1551. Mickey Mouse
  1552. it worked for Kevin Mitnick after jail that is
  1553.        
  1554. 16:37
  1555. Mickey Mouse
  1556. Think before you speak.
  1557.        
  1558. 16:37
  1559. Mickey Mouse
  1560. Didn't you guys reference this last week?
  1561.        
  1562. 16:37
  1563. Mickey Mouse
  1564. But there got to be some official way to report the problem
  1565.        
  1566. 16:38
  1567. Mickey Mouse
  1568. Thanks guys enjoy lunch everyone (or dinner)
  1569.        
  1570. 16:38
  1571. Mickey Mouse
  1572. Sometimes it takes for them to get hacked to learn their lesson.
  1573.        
  1574. 16:38
  1575. Mickey Mouse
  1576. thank you guys! have good lunch
  1577.        
  1578. 16:38
  1579. Mickey Mouse
  1580. Anybody here from DC, surrounding area?
  1581.        
  1582. 16:39
  1583. Mickey Mouse
  1584. See you all after lunch/dinner
  1585.        
  1586. 16:39
  1587. Mickey Mouse
  1588. enjoy nice weather in CFL for now!
  1589.        
  1590. 16:39
  1591. Mickey Mouse
  1592. Does CEH go over any mobile phone hacks (testing)?
  1593.        
  1594. 16:39
  1595. Mickey Mouse
  1596. Time for a nosh
  1597.        
  1598. 16:39
  1599. Mickey Mouse
  1600. OWASP/WASC Web Hacking incident database: https://www.google.com/fusiontables/data?docid=1Uk2Fs373gG-yV4LbQsvoRQg7K_2gpLs5ZydpxA#rows:id=1
  1601.        
  1602. 16:40
  1603. Mickey Mouse
  1604. Sucks to be them. Sorry I'm not sticking my neck out for you.
  1605.        
  1606. 16:40
  1607. Mickey Mouse
  1608. You have heard about the credit card hack with apple pay?
  1609.        
  1610. 16:40
  1611. Mickey Mouse
  1612. ... no... what's that about Jafar?
  1613.        
  1614. 16:40
  1615. Mickey Mouse
  1616. No, but not surprised, Jafar
  1617.        
  1618. 16:40
  1619. Mickey Mouse
  1620. happy lunch
  1621.        
  1622. 16:40
  1623. Mickey Mouse
  1624. an enonymous website where you encrypt the disclosure using the bank public key. Then only the vulnerable site can see the disclosure from the anonymous poster.
  1625.        
  1626. 16:40
  1627. Mickey Mouse
  1628. Yes, It's much better. I can take my dogs out for a walk.
  1629.        
  1630. 16:41
  1631. Mickey Mouse
  1632. Not an Apple flaw!! Banks did not change numbers on stolen cards. Now they can be entered into apple pay because they are still valid. Lazy Banks
  1633.        
  1634. 16:41
  1635. Mickey Mouse
  1636. Chow dudes & dudettes..
  1637.        
  1638. 16:41
  1639. Mickey Mouse
  1640. Okay, I'll join for maybe one or two sessions after your lunch as I'm off out tonight. Enjoy lunch!
  1641.        
  1642. 16:42
  1643. Mickey Mouse
  1644. Thanks Minnie and signing off now so see you tomorrow everyone.
  1645.        
  1646. 16:42
  1647. Mickey Mouse
  1648. See you Syd
  1649.        
  1650. 16:42
  1651. Mickey Mouse
  1652. see you aguys later/tomorrow
  1653.        
  1654. 16:42
  1655. Mickey Mouse
  1656. TTFN
  1657.        
  1658. 16:42
  1659. Mickey Mouse
  1660. ps @Minnie - you over your cold then?
  1661.        
  1662. 16:42
  1663. Mickey Mouse
  1664. @Jafar I had not heard they hacked Apple pay already thanks
  1665.        
  1666. 16:43
  1667. Mickey Mouse
  1668. Not a hack of Apple Pay.
  1669.        
  1670. 16:43
  1671. Mickey Mouse
  1672. Banks did not revoke stolen credit card numbers. So they can be entered into Apple pay
  1673.        
  1674. 16:44
  1675. Mickey Mouse
  1676. Ah thanks Jafar
  1677.        
  1678. 16:44
  1679. Mickey Mouse
  1680. You can use them on web sites but the banks have more safeguards for that but they did not think through a new avenue of usuage
  1681.        
  1682. 16:44
  1683. Mickey Mouse
  1684. Tunnel Vision
  1685.        
  1686. 17:01
  1687. Mickey Mouse
  1688. an enonymous website where you encrypt the disclosure using the bank public key. Then only the vulnerable site can see the disclosure from the anonymous poster. I see whats wrong with it. It only works with sites that have https.
  1689.        
  1690. 17:59
  1691. Mickey Mouse
  1692. @Jafar I had to MAKE my bank send me new cards after the Home Depot hack. They wanted me to wait and see if the card was compromised.
  1693.        
  1694. 18:26
  1695. Mickey Mouse
  1696. Donald - Sign a book for me and send me an invoice!
  1697.        
  1698. 18:26
  1699. Mickey Mouse
  1700. My bank automatically send's me new cards in those situations
  1701.        
  1702. 18:27
  1703. Mickey Mouse
  1704. Great idea Geptto
  1705.        
  1706. 18:28
  1707. Mickey Mouse
  1708. Oh that's right I forgot Donald was signing it now I'm keeping the book I won!
  1709.        
  1710. 18:28
  1711. Mickey Mouse
  1712. LD
  1713.        
  1714. 18:28
  1715. Mickey Mouse
  1716.  
  1717.        
  1718. 18:29
  1719. Mickey Mouse
  1720.  
  1721.        
  1722. 18:29
  1723. D'artagan
  1724. Good evening
  1725.        
  1726. 18:30
  1727. Mickey Mouse
  1728. Hi D'artagan
  1729.        
  1730. 18:32
  1731. Mickey Mouse
  1732. Hi D'artagan
  1733.        
  1734. 18:32
  1735. Mickey Mouse
  1736. @Dale Good bank my bank lazy I guess
  1737.        
  1738. 18:33
  1739. Mickey Mouse
  1740. Hi and bye, have to get going or I'll be late. Will catch up on this with recording and will leave chat open so I can capture any shared links. Enjoy all
  1741.        
  1742. 18:33
  1743. Mickey Mouse
  1744. talk to you tomorrow Minnie
  1745.        
  1746. 18:34
  1747. Mickey Mouse
  1748. Take care Minnie... see you tomorrow
  1749.        
  1750. 18:34
  1751. Mickey Mouse
  1752. Have a good night Minnie!
  1753.        
  1754. 18:34
  1755. Mickey Mouse
  1756. Take care Minnie
  1757.        
  1758. 18:35
  1759. D'artagan
  1760. Good nigth Minnie
  1761.        
  1762. 18:35
  1763. D'artagan
  1764. If Anyone is interested in Crypto (beyond the level of this course) check out https://www.coursera.org/course/crypto (symmetric) and https://www.coursera.org/course/crypto2 (asymmetric)
  1765.        
  1766. 18:35
  1767. Mickey Mouse
  1768. Later!
  1769.        
  1770. 18:35
  1771. Mickey Mouse
  1772. thank you very much!!
  1773.        
  1774. 18:35
  1775. D'artagan
  1776. I have completed the first one a year ago,
  1777.        
  1778. 18:35
  1779. Mickey Mouse
  1780. Thanks Darrly
  1781.        
  1782. 18:35
  1783. Mickey Mouse
  1784. *Darrly
  1785.        
  1786. 18:35
  1787. Mickey Mouse
  1788. Thanks for the share D'artagan
  1789.        
  1790. 18:35
  1791. Mickey Mouse
  1792. *D'artagan
  1793.        
  1794. 18:36
  1795. Mickey Mouse
  1796. Thanks D'artagan
  1797.        
  1798. 18:38
  1799. Mickey Mouse
  1800. Uh Oh Jason getting mad
  1801.        
  1802. 18:39
  1803. Mickey Mouse
  1804. laughing at an email sent out on ice cube tray etiquette.
  1805.        
  1806. 18:45
  1807. Mickey Mouse
  1808. @Donald - what is your average time on target for Domain Admin??
  1809.        
  1810. 18:46
  1811. Mickey Mouse
  1812. I'm back
  1813.        
  1814. 18:47
  1815. Mickey Mouse
  1816. Until you ONW the Domain
  1817.        
  1818. 18:47
  1819. Mickey Mouse
  1820. OWN
  1821.        
  1822. 18:51
  1823. Mickey Mouse
  1824. Yep
  1825.        
  1826. 18:52
  1827. Mickey Mouse
  1828. one of my posts has an error. it's not in my original notpad draft so i don't know what happened. here is the correction.
  1829.        
  1830. 18:52
  1831. Mickey Mouse
  1832. wow
  1833.        
  1834. 18:52
  1835. Mickey Mouse
  1836. tomcat
  1837.        
  1838. 18:52
  1839. Mickey Mouse
  1840. To start armitage boot on kali. set up the network if you don't have dhcp server. Before armitage will work you first need to start the metasploit service. It's in the menu: 'kali linux/system services/metasploit/comunity / pro start'
  1841.        
  1842. 18:52
  1843. Mickey Mouse
  1844. Thanks Pinocchio
  1845.        
  1846. 18:54
  1847. Mickey Mouse
  1848. I guess I should shut down my windows apache server...
  1849.        
  1850. 18:54
  1851. Mickey Mouse
  1852. IIS 4.0 was scary-insecure.
  1853.        
  1854. 18:56
  1855. Mickey Mouse
  1856. lol
  1857.        
  1858. 18:57
  1859. Mickey Mouse
  1860. http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2015/01/15/january-2015-web-server-survey.htmlsend.
  1861.        
  1862. 18:58
  1863. Mickey Mouse
  1864. i got page not found
  1865.        
  1866. 18:58
  1867. Mickey Mouse
  1868. http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2015/01/15/january-2015-web-server-survey.html
  1869.        
  1870. 18:58
  1871. Mickey Mouse
  1872. i see
  1873.        
  1874. 19:00
  1875. Mickey Mouse
  1876. All API calls
  1877.        
  1878. 19:00
  1879. Mickey Mouse
  1880. web application osely defined, it's any application that uses HTTP protocol as a means of requesting a particular "resource" from a server and retrieving that data.
  1881.        
  1882. 19:00
  1883. Mickey Mouse
  1884. loosely
  1885.        
  1886. 19:07
  1887. Mickey Mouse
  1888. Hey peoples
  1889.        
  1890. 19:07
  1891. Mickey Mouse
  1892. Hi matthew
  1893.        
  1894. 19:07
  1895. Mickey Mouse
  1896. Would Windows Update take care of keeping IIS current?
  1897.        
  1898. 19:08
  1899. Mickey Mouse
  1900. Microsoft Update I meant
  1901.        
  1902. 19:08
  1903. Mickey Mouse
  1904. Wow i have not been about since just before xmas but the most people i saw in chat then was about 15, now there is crap loads
  1905.        
  1906. 19:08
  1907. Mickey Mouse
  1908. binary vulnerabilities vs configuration
  1909.        
  1910. 19:10
  1911. Mickey Mouse
  1912. Ha ha crap loads
  1913.        
  1914. 19:11
  1915. Mickey Mouse
  1916. And currently there is half of what it was a week ago.
  1917.        
  1918. 19:12
  1919. Mickey Mouse
  1920. Jumbo P: No, even "Microsoft Update" hasn't patched versions of IIS.
  1921.        
  1922. 19:12
  1923. Mickey Mouse
  1924. Great to see this place doing well
  1925.        
  1926. 19:12
  1927. Mickey Mouse
  1928. Thanks Thumper
  1929.        
  1930. 19:13
  1931. Mickey Mouse
  1932. Iago still about?
  1933.        
  1934. 19:16
  1935. Mickey Mouse
  1936. Hey Captain my captain, hows things
  1937.        
  1938. 19:17
  1939. Mickey Mouse
  1940. I just had to explain to someone what the Siberian Traps were.
  1941.        
  1942. 19:17
  1943. Mickey Mouse
  1944. I have a 70-411 exam tuesday, which i have been soo dam lazy about study wise, so im on the case now.
  1945.        
  1946. 19:17
  1947. Mickey Mouse
  1948. But hey your vids helped with the 410 so hey ho
  1949.        
  1950. 19:18
  1951. Mickey Mouse
  1952. Good luck Matthew!
  1953.        
  1954. 19:18
  1955. Mickey Mouse
  1956. Thanks
  1957.        
  1958. 19:18
  1959. Mickey Mouse
  1960. Kinda funny, cause in the 410 exam there was a guy going mad cause the questions were not the same as the ones he got on the test king dumps!!
  1961.        
  1962. 19:19
  1963. Mickey Mouse
  1964. Yep admin windows 2012
  1965.        
  1966. 19:19
  1967. Mickey Mouse
  1968. lol, yeah
  1969.        
  1970. 19:19
  1971. Mickey Mouse
  1972. Indeed
  1973.        
  1974. 19:20
  1975. Mickey Mouse
  1976. Hopeing to splitt off after 412 and do the exchange ones, instead of the server 2012 ones
  1977.        
  1978. 19:20
  1979. Mickey Mouse
  1980. even though everyone seems to be going O365 instead of in house exchnage now days
  1981.        
  1982. 19:22
  1983. Mickey Mouse
  1984. Exchange has become so complex that for smaller organizations, maintaining expertise in the product is difficult.
  1985.        
  1986. 19:22
  1987. Mickey Mouse
  1988. Good afternoon everyone
  1989.        
  1990. 19:22
  1991. Mickey Mouse
  1992. Just had a Florida telemarketer call me from Ft. Lauderdale.
  1993.        
  1994. 19:22
  1995. Mickey Mouse
  1996. Depends on the license
  1997.        
  1998. 19:22
  1999. Mickey Mouse
  2000. Its good from the end user point of view, and its sooo cheap
  2001.        
  2002. 19:22
  2003. Mickey Mouse
  2004. Don't have to worry about server crash on weekends is the best part LOL
  2005.        
  2006. 19:22
  2007. Mickey Mouse
  2008. Athos, very true
  2009.        
  2010. 19:23
  2011. Mickey Mouse
  2012. IF you pay enough you can install local
  2013.        
  2014. 19:23
  2015. D'artagan
  2016. Depends if you want your companies information stored in the cloud!
  2017.        
  2018. 19:23
  2019. Mickey Mouse
  2020. Yeah you can also do a hybrid install
  2021.        
  2022. 19:23
  2023. Mickey Mouse
  2024. Some pain-relief cream, but I'm on the Do Not Call Registry.
  2025.        
  2026. 19:23
  2027. Mickey Mouse
  2028.  
  2029.        
  2030. 19:24
  2031. Mickey Mouse
  2032. But at the end of the day, if there is a problem you are at their whim, you cant just go and fix it
  2033.        
  2034. 19:24
  2035. Mickey Mouse
  2036. and from my experiance, there is ALWAYS some kind of issue
  2037.        
  2038. 19:24
  2039. Mickey Mouse
  2040. They tell me a doctor will be calling in 24 to 72 hours.
  2041.        
  2042. 19:25
  2043. Mickey Mouse
  2044. I'm waiting to hear about O365 getting hacked and all data comprimised
  2045.        
  2046. 19:25
  2047. Mickey Mouse
  2048. then people wont be so apt to put ALL company data on there
  2049.        
  2050. 19:25
  2051. Mickey Mouse
  2052. Meaning OneDrive Porthos?
  2053.        
  2054. 19:25
  2055. Mickey Mouse
  2056. yes and sharepoint
  2057.        
  2058. 19:25
  2059. Mickey Mouse
  2060. @Porthos you know that's coming
  2061.        
  2062. 19:25
  2063. Mickey Mouse
  2064. I know a company that migrated everything there
  2065.        
  2066. 19:26
  2067. Mickey Mouse
  2068. Pharma company at that
  2069.        
  2070. 19:26
  2071. Mickey Mouse
  2072. Typically O365 documents can be stored locally too.
  2073.        
  2074. 19:26
  2075. Mickey Mouse
  2076. wow
  2077.        
  2078. 19:26
  2079. Mickey Mouse
  2080. Cloud storage is pretty scary @ Porthos
  2081.        
  2082. 19:27
  2083. Mickey Mouse
  2084. We're on Google Drive, but probably more secure than running our file server before.
  2085.        
  2086. 19:27
  2087. Mickey Mouse
  2088. The only thing I like having cloud storage for is family photos/videos... and even then I am picky... i use altdrive
  2089.        
  2090. 19:27
  2091. Mickey Mouse
  2092. java custom install not express.
  2093.        
  2094. 19:27
  2095. Mickey Mouse
  2096. Whats the old saying, if your data is not in 3 dif places its no where at all?
  2097.        
  2098. 19:28
  2099. Mickey Mouse
  2100. Thumper that is what I was thinking, after watching these classes for the last week how can you tell what is secure and what is not
  2101.        
  2102. 19:28
  2103. Mickey Mouse
  2104. Sure, Java updates are just to get the side-loads on your computer now.
  2105.        
  2106. 19:28
  2107. Mickey Mouse
  2108. I use cloud storage for large file transfers that I want the public to see anyway
  2109.        
  2110. 19:28
  2111. Mickey Mouse
  2112. Yeah I keep my tax documents in my file cabinet, on my desktop, and on my home server
  2113.        
  2114. 19:28
  2115. Mickey Mouse
  2116. Liar
  2117.        
  2118. 19:28
  2119. Mickey Mouse
  2120. a friend of mines wife works in a massive cafe/place they got cryptowall on thier machine last week and had NO backups!!
  2121.        
  2122. 19:28
  2123. Mickey Mouse
  2124. no cloud for personal info
  2125.        
  2126. 19:29
  2127. Mickey Mouse
  2128. they are in the process of paying the $500 in the hopes they get the encryption key!!
  2129.        
  2130. 19:29
  2131. Mickey Mouse
  2132. except that god awful facebook that my wife makes me keep
  2133.        
  2134. 19:29
  2135. Mickey Mouse
  2136. @matt oh no. There is a way to retrieve w/o paying.
  2137.        
  2138. 19:29
  2139. Mickey Mouse
  2140. Nope, i dont see how
  2141.        
  2142. 19:30
  2143. Mickey Mouse
  2144. Yea Metasploit! I'll be there!
  2145.        
  2146. 19:30
  2147. Mickey Mouse
  2148. Once a file goes to the cloud who knows who will have access to it?
  2149.        
  2150. 19:30
  2151. Mickey Mouse
  2152. i have not looked at it, but from what i hear you are not gonna decrypt the files
  2153.        
  2154. 19:30
  2155. Mickey Mouse
  2156. Steve Gibson #501 Q&A explains it.
  2157.        
  2158. 19:30
  2159. Mickey Mouse
  2160. its crazy, a simple windows backup each night would make something like that a non issue
  2161.        
  2162. 19:31
  2163. Mickey Mouse
  2164. Jumbo, says how to decrypt it?
  2165.        
  2166. 19:31
  2167. Mickey Mouse
  2168. Quick Someone get Captain my captain a Mountain Dew
  2169.        
  2170. 19:31
  2171. Mickey Mouse
  2172. #501 was very enjoyable and informative, but that is how Steve is.
  2173.        
  2174. 19:32
  2175. Mickey Mouse
  2176. Sorry @Matt I don't have the details in front of me. Please review his podcast.
  2177.        
  2178. 19:32
  2179. Mickey Mouse
  2180. without knowing the algorithm and salt, how would you decrypt it?
  2181.        
  2182. 19:32
  2183. Mickey Mouse
  2184. I am a big fan of Steve Gibson
  2185.        
  2186. 19:32
  2187. Mickey Mouse
  2188. Jumbo sorry im not saying HOW do you do it, im just asking if he said it was possible to decrypt iy?
  2189.        
  2190. 19:33
  2191. Mickey Mouse
  2192. obviously without forcing it
  2193.        
  2194. 19:33
  2195. Mickey Mouse
  2196. ill check it out though, thanks
  2197.        
  2198. 19:34
  2199. Mickey Mouse
  2200. Something about doing a backup of the drive and getting at the free space. If memory serves me correct.
  2201.        
  2202. 19:35
  2203. Mickey Mouse
  2204. lol
  2205.        
  2206. 19:36
  2207. Mickey Mouse
  2208. Interesting, if that is the case ( and im no cryptologist!! ) that would be pretty dam sloppy work from the person that coded it!!
  2209.        
  2210. 19:36
  2211. Mickey Mouse
  2212. Use a crawler to download
  2213.        
  2214. 19:37
  2215. Mickey Mouse
  2216. https://www.httrack.com/
  2217.        
  2218. 19:37
  2219. Mickey Mouse
  2220. Another thing though is that you have to pay in bitcoin, these are non IT people, they have no idea how to do that.
  2221.        
  2222. 19:37
  2223. Mickey Mouse
  2224. wget
  2225.        
  2226. 19:38
  2227. Mickey Mouse
  2228. http://www.softbytelabs.com/en/BlackWidow/
  2229.        
  2230. 19:38
  2231. Mickey Mouse
  2232. https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/
  2233.        
  2234. 19:38
  2235. Mickey Mouse
  2236. I;ve got a regular group of spiders on mine.
  2237.        
  2238. 19:39
  2239. Mickey Mouse
  2240. you can tell wget to go slow
  2241.        
  2242. 19:39
  2243. Mickey Mouse
  2244. Log visitors on your site(s), and look it over often.
  2245.        
  2246. 19:39
  2247. Mickey Mouse
  2248. cool
  2249.        
  2250. 19:39
  2251. Mickey Mouse
  2252. back
  2253.        
  2254. 19:40
  2255. Mickey Mouse
  2256. And now we know Donald's site.
  2257.        
  2258. 19:42
  2259. Mickey Mouse
  2260. And where he saves things to his computer.
  2261.        
  2262. 19:43
  2263. Mickey Mouse
  2264. lol
  2265.        
  2266. 19:44
  2267. D'artagan
  2268. Back , kids in bed
  2269.        
  2270. 19:44
  2271. Mickey Mouse
  2272. Or to say that you (the imposter Donald) have had problems on your site (with link), and that users need to log-in and check that everything works for them.
  2273.        
  2274. 19:45
  2275. Mickey Mouse
  2276. Hi D'artagan
  2277.        
  2278. 19:46
  2279. Mickey Mouse
  2280. So I'm not the only one that looks back on old work thinking... "What was I smoking"?
  2281.        
  2282. 19:46
  2283. Mickey Mouse
  2284. you can localise links but server side scripts won't work
  2285.        
  2286. 19:46
  2287. Mickey Mouse
  2288. LOL @Vince
  2289.        
  2290. 19:47
  2291. Mickey Mouse
  2292. lol
  2293.        
  2294. 19:47
  2295. Mickey Mouse
  2296. lol
  2297.        
  2298. 19:47
  2299. Mickey Mouse
  2300. lol
  2301.        
  2302. 19:47
  2303. D'artagan
  2304. Mid night coding when you got home from the pub
  2305.        
  2306. 19:47
  2307. Mickey Mouse
  2308. change control public release review....
  2309.        
  2310. 19:48
  2311. Mickey Mouse
  2312. Neat.
  2313.        
  2314. 19:48
  2315. Mickey Mouse
  2316. but hash is ok right?
  2317.        
  2318. 19:48
  2319. D'artagan
  2320. Burp is a great web testing tool http://portswigger.net/burp/
  2321.        
  2322. 19:49
  2323. Mickey Mouse
  2324. If you have an address listed in the clear for mere minutes years ago, it is permanently burned.
  2325.        
  2326. 19:49
  2327. Mickey Mouse
  2328. 33 = G
  2329.        
  2330. 19:49
  2331. Mickey Mouse
  2332. There is e-mail masking techniques that work well.
  2333.        
  2334. 19:50
  2335. Mickey Mouse
  2336. I have my data on ARIN harvested.
  2337.        
  2338. 19:51
  2339. Mickey Mouse
  2340. Spammers also link common names on a domain.
  2341.        
  2342. 19:53
  2343. Mickey Mouse
  2344. BRB.
  2345.        
  2346. 19:55
  2347. Mickey Mouse
  2348. Thats the thing Captain my captain, the more blatant you are the more nobode asks questions!
  2349.        
  2350. 19:55
  2351. Mickey Mouse
  2352. crazy
  2353.        
  2354. 19:55
  2355. Mickey Mouse
  2356. wow
  2357.        
  2358. 19:55
  2359. Mickey Mouse
  2360. blatant or brazen?
  2361.        
  2362. 19:55
  2363. Mickey Mouse
  2364. I saw a vid on same on an Air Pump at a gas station
  2365.        
  2366. 19:56
  2367. Mickey Mouse
  2368. That was either Blackhat or DefCon
  2369.        
  2370. 19:56
  2371. Mickey Mouse
  2372. if you walk into a building and act like you belong, no one asks any questions!
  2373.        
  2374. 19:56
  2375. Mickey Mouse
  2376. people by and large are so obtuse
  2377.        
  2378. 19:56
  2379. Mickey Mouse
  2380. walk in with a clip board
  2381.        
  2382. 19:57
  2383. D'artagan
  2384. Great social Engineering tool for cloning websites is SET By Thumper Kennady https://github.com/trustedsec/social-engineer-toolkit it's included in Kali
  2385.        
  2386. 19:57
  2387. Mickey Mouse
  2388. the defcon about hacking atm machines?
  2389.        
  2390. 19:57
  2391. Mickey Mouse
  2392. Shame, that guy died
  2393.        
  2394. 19:58
  2395. Mickey Mouse
  2396. The year that the NSA revelations came out. Govt was asked not to attend.
  2397.        
  2398. 20:00
  2399. Mickey Mouse
  2400. There was a massive news story a few months ago about an ATM expolit that made it pay out cause it thought it was in maintenance mode, but as usual blown totally out of proportion by the press, it turns out to actually get the hack to work you had to have physical access to the inside of the machine and another couple of bit. bottom line if you had the amount of access needed you wouldnt need to do that hack to get the money!! lol
  2401.        
  2402. 20:03
  2403. Mickey Mouse
  2404. that would be a good - what would you do? candid camera event, "walking by an ATM and it starts to spit out money...."
  2405.        
  2406. 20:04
  2407. Mickey Mouse
  2408. ill see if i can find the news article about it...
  2409.        
  2410. 20:04
  2411. Mickey Mouse
  2412. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-29537907
  2413.        
  2414. 20:05
  2415. Mickey Mouse
  2416. Thats right, you needed to boot the cash point from a hacked CD!!
  2417.        
  2418. 20:05
  2419. Mickey Mouse
  2420. Again, if you had that access to the internals......
  2421.        
  2422. 20:08
  2423. Mickey Mouse
  2424. I was watching a nsa documentary they *CLAIM* that there are around 65K hacking tools available.
  2425.        
  2426. 20:09
  2427. Mickey Mouse
  2428. good grief
  2429.        
  2430. 20:09
  2431. Mickey Mouse
  2432. What did the NSA gate crash turn out to be?
  2433.        
  2434. 20:09
  2435. Mickey Mouse
  2436. might take a while to get through 65k tools...
  2437.        
  2438. 20:09
  2439. Mickey Mouse
  2440. 2 trannys 1 dead.
  2441.        
  2442. 20:10
  2443. Mickey Mouse
  2444. do you mean trainees?
  2445.        
  2446. 20:11
  2447. Mickey Mouse
  2448. No, he might mean trannys.
  2449.        
  2450. 20:11
  2451. Mickey Mouse
  2452. :>\
  2453.        
  2454. 20:11
  2455. Mickey Mouse
  2456. Thanks @Dave
  2457.        
  2458. 20:11
  2459. Mickey Mouse
  2460. my car has a dead tranny...
  2461.        
  2462. 20:12
  2463. Mickey Mouse
  2464. And mine won't hold coolant.
  2465.        
  2466. 20:12
  2467. Mickey Mouse
  2468. They were out partying the night before and had a small amount of coke found.
  2469.        
  2470. 20:13
  2471. Mickey Mouse
  2472. That's the govt version anyway
  2473.        
  2474. 20:14
  2475. Mickey Mouse
  2476. Rotten luck at trying to get away, but it's like that.
  2477.        
  2478. 20:14
  2479. Mickey Mouse
  2480. If it's the government version, my guess is that it's probably dubious
  2481.        
  2482. 20:14
  2483. Mickey Mouse
  2484. True Dale
  2485.        
  2486. 20:15
  2487. Mickey Mouse
  2488. So pen testing by bad social engineering?
  2489.        
  2490. 20:15
  2491. Mickey Mouse
  2492. I think it was chevy testing lol
  2493.        
  2494. 20:15
  2495. Mickey Mouse
  2496. the government often says things that are willful misplacement of their ontological predicates.
  2497.        
  2498. 20:16
  2499. Mickey Mouse
  2500. Dress as women to approach the NSA nerds?
  2501.        
  2502. 20:16
  2503. Mickey Mouse
  2504. Correct. I have a link on my page.
  2505.        
  2506. 20:21
  2507. Mickey Mouse
  2508. hey.....you come here often..
  2509.        
  2510. 20:21
  2511. Mickey Mouse
  2512. lol
  2513.        
  2514. 20:22
  2515. Mickey Mouse
  2516. ha ha Randal
  2517.        
  2518. 20:23
  2519. Mickey Mouse
  2520. Its amazing how much social engineering works!!
  2521.        
  2522. 20:23
  2523. D'artagan
  2524. Burp is get for testing Web appications
  2525.        
  2526. 20:23
  2527. Mickey Mouse
  2528. I just uninstalled that...
  2529.        
  2530. 20:23
  2531. Mickey Mouse
  2532. didnt understand it enough
  2533.        
  2534. 20:23
  2535. Mickey Mouse
  2536. how many people hear have been called by one of these people claiming to be from microsoft and wanting to get onto your mcahine?
  2537.        
  2538. 20:24
  2539. D'artagan
  2540. not me , but an inlaw has
  2541.        
  2542. 20:24
  2543. Mickey Mouse
  2544. I have heard about 40 or so people get thoose calls
  2545.        
  2546. 20:24
  2547. Mickey Mouse
  2548. Thick Indian accent?
  2549.        
  2550. 20:24
  2551. Mickey Mouse
  2552. what about the KALI distro - is it in there ?
  2553.        
  2554. 20:25
  2555. Mickey Mouse
  2556. I know soooo many people who have.
  2557.        
  2558. 20:25
  2559. Mickey Mouse
  2560. My Dad has, I call them back to play along.
  2561.        
  2562. 20:25
  2563. Mickey Mouse
  2564. @Matthew I have received calls from people pretending to be from Microsoft a few times
  2565.        
  2566. 20:25
  2567. Mickey Mouse
  2568. I know someone that did. He let them go on for awhile and then told them he was on a mac
  2569.        
  2570. 20:25
  2571. Mickey Mouse
  2572. my parents have I told them never to accept those calls
  2573.        
  2574. 20:25
  2575. Mickey Mouse
  2576. hahaha
  2577.        
  2578. 20:25
  2579. Mickey Mouse
  2580. Got it pinned down to the Indian company that was doing it.
  2581.        
  2582. 20:25
  2583. Mickey Mouse
  2584. i know i say i cant belive people fall for it, ( iE actually letting them on their mahine)
  2585.        
  2586. 20:25
  2587. Mickey Mouse
  2588. You should report it to Microsoft...I will try to find the details and post it.
  2589.        
  2590. 20:26
  2591. Mickey Mouse
  2592. It is on Cybersecurity Lighthouse on Facebook if you are interested
  2593.        
  2594. 20:27
  2595. Mickey Mouse
  2596. but if they do get that far, and they talk to someone who knows nothing about IT, they tell them to goto event log, and any IT guy knows there is always errors in there, but to someone who knows nothing about it, i can see how it would look worrying
  2597.        
  2598. 20:27
  2599. Mickey Mouse
  2600. lol
  2601.        
  2602. 20:27
  2603. Mickey Mouse
  2604. @ITPROTV. You look semi-pro haha
  2605.        
  2606. 20:28
  2607. Mickey Mouse
  2608. But still, they should never get that far!
  2609.        
  2610. 20:29
  2611. Mickey Mouse
  2612. too pass the test, Am I going to have to download all the tools mentioned in the book so I know how to use them in case questions are asked about them?
  2613.        
  2614. 20:31
  2615. Mickey Mouse
  2616. there's crap loads of tools/programs mentioned
  2617.        
  2618. 20:31
  2619. Mickey Mouse
  2620. I would do that reguardless
  2621.        
  2622. 20:31
  2623. Mickey Mouse
  2624. So who has the most trusted facility to download tools from?
  2625.        
  2626. 20:31
  2627. Mickey Mouse
  2628. pick a few and get a feel for it
  2629.        
  2630. 20:31
  2631. Mickey Mouse
  2632. LOL
  2633.        
  2634. 20:31
  2635. Mickey Mouse
  2636. bleepingcomputer.com
  2637.        
  2638. 20:32
  2639. Mickey Mouse
  2640. lol
  2641.        
  2642. 20:32
  2643. Mickey Mouse
  2644. Wireshark was specifically mentioned as need to know.
  2645.        
  2646. 20:32
  2647. Mickey Mouse
  2648. Qapla'
  2649.        
  2650. 20:32
  2651. D'artagan
  2652. Good plugins for I use fro Firefox, Selenuim IDE Allows script the actions you would take on a website, you can have it record and generate a script as you go through you actions, then replay them afterward. https://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/SeIDEReleaseNotes
  2653.        
  2654. 20:32
  2655. Mickey Mouse
  2656. Kobayashi Maru LOL
  2657.        
  2658. 20:33
  2659. Mickey Mouse
  2660. if you have a mac, wireshark is a PAIN to install, just a heads up
  2661.        
  2662. 20:33
  2663. Mickey Mouse
  2664. http://sectools.org/
  2665.        
  2666. 20:34
  2667. Mickey Mouse
  2668. sectools is pretty cool
  2669.        
  2670. 20:34
  2671. Mickey Mouse
  2672. nice
  2673.        
  2674. 20:34
  2675. Mickey Mouse
  2676. It's been there for some time
  2677.        
  2678. 20:34
  2679. Mickey Mouse
  2680. i saw a good defcon talk about using google to port scan
  2681.        
  2682. 20:35
  2683. D'artagan
  2684. Also Tamper-Data for Firefox is a good tool
  2685.        
  2686. 20:36
  2687. Mickey Mouse
  2688. Thanks Donald
  2689.        
  2690. 20:36
  2691. Mickey Mouse
  2692. @Darrl: thaks sounds interesting
  2693.        
  2694. 20:36
  2695. Mickey Mouse
  2696. WSUS
  2697.        
  2698. 20:36
  2699. Mickey Mouse
  2700. Really? Istand corrected, I had never seen IIS update through that cycle.
  2701.        
  2702. 20:36
  2703. Mickey Mouse
  2704. Yes WSUS
  2705.        
  2706. 20:37
  2707. Mickey Mouse
  2708. yep, i think thats what he meant
  2709.        
  2710. 20:37
  2711. Mickey Mouse
  2712. chane control with a backout plan
  2713.        
  2714. 20:37
  2715. Mickey Mouse
  2716. that last nelogon patch broke all kinds of things for me
  2717.        
  2718. 20:37
  2719. Mickey Mouse
  2720. change even
  2721.        
  2722. 20:38
  2723. Mickey Mouse
  2724. Maybe my exposure to IIS hasn't been enough in recent years.
  2725.        
  2726. 20:38
  2727. Mickey Mouse
  2728. Yeah had a client with auto updates on windows for all apps, and it broke the shit out of exchange
  2729.        
  2730. 20:38
  2731. Mickey Mouse
  2732. haha jinx!
  2733.        
  2734. 20:38
  2735. Mickey Mouse
  2736. I hate microsoft update
  2737.        
  2738. 20:38
  2739. Mickey Mouse
  2740. Seriously
  2741.        
  2742. 20:39
  2743. Mickey Mouse
  2744. @Randal +1
  2745.        
  2746. 20:39
  2747. Mickey Mouse
  2748. 95% of the things i have to fix. is windows update
  2749.        
  2750. 20:39
  2751. Mickey Mouse
  2752. lol
  2753.        
  2754. 20:39
  2755. Mickey Mouse
  2756. enough to the point where i just wrote my own batch file to repair it
  2757.        
  2758. 20:40
  2759. Mickey Mouse
  2760. it was to do with an exchange update they actually recalled cause it screwed up systems so much!
  2761.        
  2762. 20:40
  2763. Mickey Mouse
  2764. I did have to use some tact for someone complaining that Windows 10 trashed their computer last night.
  2765.        
  2766. 20:40
  2767. Mickey Mouse
  2768. Resume Enhancing Event
  2769.        
  2770. 20:40
  2771. Mickey Mouse
  2772. VM snapshots area great way of testing updates!
  2773.        
  2774. 20:40
  2775. Mickey Mouse
  2776. my technical preview tried to update and killed itself
  2777.        
  2778. 20:42
  2779. Mickey Mouse
  2780. Although never used snapshots on DC's not sure about that!
  2781.        
  2782. 20:42
  2783. D'artagan
  2784. don't snapshot a DC
  2785.        
  2786. 20:42
  2787. Mickey Mouse
  2788. @Randal Was it set to self-destruct?
  2789.        
  2790. 20:43
  2791. D'artagan
  2792. unless it's the only DC and all other servers / workstations are off
  2793.        
  2794. 20:43
  2795. Mickey Mouse
  2796. Have you seen that blackhat talk about the pen tester who faound a load of machines in a DMZ that were behind on the pateches and said we need to update them, and a guy stood up and said oh no we cant do that they are our dev servers!! hahahah
  2797.        
  2798. 20:44
  2799. Mickey Mouse
  2800. Who needs to patch? Just keep running XP and you will be fine.
  2801.        
  2802. 20:44
  2803. Mickey Mouse
  2804. Can't they find that it's syslog?
  2805.        
  2806. 20:44
  2807. D'artagan
  2808. send all you log files to products like Splunk
  2809.        
  2810. 20:44
  2811. Mickey Mouse
  2812. @Jumbo Apparently "shutown, went to a black update screen, got to 3% and frooze and restarted
  2813.        
  2814. 20:45
  2815. Mickey Mouse
  2816. @ITPROTV You guys in california right?
  2817.        
  2818. 20:45
  2819. Mickey Mouse
  2820. The best way to avoid vulnerabilities in web applications is not to code them in the first place. lol
  2821.        
  2822. 20:45
  2823. Mickey Mouse
  2824. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJsNu0VRKYY
  2825.        
  2826. 20:45
  2827. Mickey Mouse
  2828. thats the talk
  2829.        
  2830. 20:45
  2831. Mickey Mouse
  2832. Thanks Matthew
  2833.        
  2834. 20:46
  2835. D'artagan
  2836. I did not know that
  2837.        
  2838. 20:46
  2839. Mickey Mouse
  2840. yeah thats what i thought, its the snap shot its if you have to roll back
  2841.        
  2842. 20:46
  2843. Mickey Mouse
  2844. @ Randal ITPRO.tv is in Florida
  2845.        
  2846. 20:47
  2847. Mickey Mouse
  2848. I wonder if you replicated the server and then do a test failover and try patches on that if your worried about using snap shots on production machines
  2849.        
  2850. 20:47
  2851. Mickey Mouse
  2852. never thought of doing that till now
  2853.        
  2854. 20:47
  2855. Mickey Mouse
  2856. cant hear you
  2857.        
  2858. 20:48
  2859. Mickey Mouse
  2860. might have to do a full re replication though when finished
  2861.        
  2862. 20:48
  2863. Mickey Mouse
  2864. @Donald
  2865.        
  2866. 20:48
  2867. Mickey Mouse
  2868. According to Symantec 18% of malware 'knows' it is in a vm and will not execute
  2869.        
  2870. 20:49
  2871. Mickey Mouse
  2872. @Jumbo Thank you, i Knew it was california or florida, just didnt remember which
  2873.        
  2874. 20:50
  2875. Mickey Mouse
  2876. a few years ago i had a couple of DC's just in a test domain, and i was getting a load of w32time event warnings, i googled them and talked to people in IRC and everyone said just ignor them, but it was buggin me so i disabled w32time service......
  2877.        
  2878. 20:50
  2879. Mickey Mouse
  2880. my god, there was NO fixing that!!!
  2881.        
  2882. 20:50
  2883. Mickey Mouse
  2884. even rolled back the snapshot in ESXi but to no avail! hahaha
  2885.        
  2886. 20:52
  2887. Mickey Mouse
  2888. @Jumbo Thank you for the MoCA info. I used a filter and a pin and it works great
  2889.        
  2890. 20:52
  2891. D'artagan
  2892. Also be careful about snapshotting a SQL server box
  2893.        
  2894. 20:52
  2895. Mickey Mouse
  2896. i was a unix guy then and didnt know so much about windows. i love breaking stuff and fixing it, but sometimes there is noo fix!!
  2897.        
  2898. 20:52
  2899. Mickey Mouse
  2900. D'artagan, whays that?
  2901.        
  2902. 20:53
  2903. Mickey Mouse
  2904. wow, for a spilt sec I thought he was peeing on the arcade game.
  2905.        
  2906. 20:53
  2907. Mickey Mouse
  2908. hahahaha
  2909.        
  2910. 20:53
  2911. D'artagan
  2912. If you snapshot it and transactions get applied to the DB, if after an hour your revert those transaction never existed
  2913.        
  2914. 20:53
  2915. Mickey Mouse
  2916. Early days, I wrote a program that had to make sure it wasn't being SHELLed from Windows (3.x, at that time).
  2917.        
  2918. 20:53
  2919. Mickey Mouse
  2920. yw Randal I saw no one had responded so I figured I would chime in.
  2921.        
  2922. 20:54
  2923. Mickey Mouse
  2924. apreciated
  2925.        
  2926. 20:55
  2927. Mickey Mouse
  2928. I got a little excited because i thought it was california
  2929.        
  2930. 20:55
  2931. D'artagan
  2932. I have seen someone do it by accident, (not me) reverted a box after 24 hours, thankfully it was in a dev environment .
  2933.        
  2934. 20:56
  2935. Mickey Mouse
  2936. Leaving for vacation there tommorow and was thinking of droping by the studio
  2937.        
  2938. 20:56
  2939. Mickey Mouse
  2940. Thank you Thank you very much
  2941.        
  2942. 20:56
  2943. Mickey Mouse
  2944. lol Randall ... I noticed that earlier
  2945.        
  2946. 20:56
  2947. Mickey Mouse
  2948. D'artagan, but the DB wouldnt have that info either?
  2949.        
  2950. 20:57
  2951. Mickey Mouse
  2952. Nah
  2953.        
  2954. 20:57
  2955. Mickey Mouse
  2956. sorry not much experiance with SQL so may be a dumb question
  2957.        
  2958. 20:57
  2959. Mickey Mouse
  2960. Thought it was CALI
  2961.        
  2962. 20:57
  2963. Mickey Mouse
  2964. Eventually ill make it down there
  2965.        
  2966. 20:57
  2967. Mickey Mouse
  2968. quite the trip though
  2969.        
  2970. 20:58
  2971. Mickey Mouse
  2972. Washington state
  2973.        
  2974. 20:58
  2975. Mickey Mouse
  2976. what about UK? lol
  2977.        
  2978. 20:58
  2979. Mickey Mouse
  2980. Indeed it would
  2981.        
  2982. 20:59
  2983. Mickey Mouse
  2984. Nah not so much hollywood, Just remeber it being summer with nicer weather
  2985.        
  2986. 21:00
  2987. Mickey Mouse
  2988. But honestly anywhere has more consistant weather than washington
  2989.        
  2990. 21:02
  2991. Mickey Mouse
  2992. Skiing is good in scotland
  2993.        
  2994. 21:03
  2995. Mickey Mouse
  2996. cant think of anything else that is though...
  2997.        
  2998. 21:03
  2999. Mickey Mouse
  3000. net start itpro.tv.stream
  3001.        
  3002. 21:03
  3003. Mickey Mouse
  3004. The requested service has been started
  3005.        
  3006. 21:03
  3007. Mickey Mouse
  3008. nice
  3009.        
  3010. 21:03
  3011. Mickey Mouse
  3012. If only Microsoft would have stayed in New Mexico, Intel at least kept part of their operations here.
  3013.        
  3014. 21:05
  3015. Mickey Mouse
  3016. lol
  3017.        
  3018. 21:05
  3019. Mickey Mouse
  3020. directory traversal
  3021.        
  3022. 21:05
  3023. D'artagan
  3024. @Matthew when you snapshot ,it tracks all changes that happen to disk, so when you revert it reverse those changes so it would put the sqlserver back to the state just before the snapshot
  3025.        
  3026. 21:07
  3027. Mickey Mouse
  3028. Yeap, i know about the snapshot, but what i mean is, if you snapshot SQL and then revert it would put the DB and the logs back to what they were, right?
  3029.        
  3030. 21:08
  3031. Mickey Mouse
  3032. so unless you had an SQl cluster or something like that, why is it a problem to snapshot SQL?
  3033.        
  3034. 21:08
  3035. Mickey Mouse
  3036. That is called sanitize your inputs.
  3037.        
  3038. 21:09
  3039. Mickey Mouse
  3040. @Matthew here is a link:https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/sqlserver/en-US/c408abbf-8366-4518-98b7-5ad0b1defef4/does-ms-support-sql-servers-restored-from-vmware-snapshots
  3041.        
  3042. 21:09
  3043. Mickey Mouse
  3044. Im not saying your wrong or anything, im generally curious
  3045.        
  3046. 21:09
  3047. Mickey Mouse
  3048. input validation
  3049.        
  3050. 21:09
  3051. Mickey Mouse
  3052. Cool thanks
  3053.        
  3054. 21:09
  3055. Mickey Mouse
  3056. @Jumbo Did you see my MoCA update?
  3057.        
  3058. 21:10
  3059. Mickey Mouse
  3060. Sorry @JumboP, I didn't.
  3061.        
  3062. 21:11
  3063. Mickey Mouse
  3064. Used to hit "-3" in your quantity in your shopping carts and get $ back.
  3065.        
  3066. 21:11
  3067. Mickey Mouse
  3068. @Jumbo I just wanted to thank you for the info...I put a filter on it and added a pin to secure it.
  3069.        
  3070. 21:11
  3071. Mickey Mouse
  3072. if the javascript runs on the client the perhaps the attacker can still inject malformed input
  3073.        
  3074. 21:11
  3075. Mickey Mouse
  3076. But I have so much SPACE and RESOURCES, why do I have to make efficient use of it?
  3077.        
  3078. 21:11
  3079. Mickey Mouse
  3080. @JumboP. Good Deal. Your Welcome
  3081.        
  3082. 21:11
  3083. Mickey Mouse
  3084. lol
  3085.        
  3086. 21:12
  3087. Mickey Mouse
  3088. My college professor called it his "head test": Our programs had to stand up to him rocking the keyboard across the top of his head.
  3089.        
  3090. 21:14
  3091. Mickey Mouse
  3092. yum......Exploits
  3093.        
  3094. 21:15
  3095. Mickey Mouse
  3096. debug javascript and jump over the validation
  3097.        
  3098. 21:15
  3099. Mickey Mouse
  3100. validate on the front end to prevent accidents, validate on the back end to block sean
  3101.        
  3102. 21:16
  3103. Mickey Mouse
  3104. yup
  3105.        
  3106. 21:16
  3107. Mickey Mouse
  3108. I think Thumper may remember me mentioning this before, but i know 2 seperate companys that have been caought by the same attack, bank site and then the machine starts going very very slow and all of a sudden a new url opens and says error reset your password, they put their password in and 75K was taken from 1 and 10K from the other!
  3109.        
  3110. 21:17
  3111. Mickey Mouse
  3112. sometimes ftp is enabled
  3113.        
  3114. 21:17
  3115. Mickey Mouse
  3116. so you can get right through
  3117.        
  3118. 21:17
  3119. Mickey Mouse
  3120. dns poisening
  3121.        
  3122. 21:20
  3123. D'artagan
  3124. ../../../etc/passwd always a good one to list user on a linux box
  3125.        
  3126. 21:21
  3127. Mickey Mouse
  3128. i bring that up cause i am curious how that sort of thing is done to a web site
  3129.        
  3130. 21:23
  3131. D'artagan
  3132. Web Application Firewalls , Opensource https://www.modsecurity.org/
  3133.        
  3134. 21:24
  3135. Mickey Mouse
  3136. so at the application level, ensure that all inputs to the web server and application server are validated and sanitized. Enforce access controls throughout the system. Implement timeout sessions and don't hard-code resource names?
  3137.        
  3138. 21:25
  3139. Mickey Mouse
  3140. Are they still giving away a copy of Donald's book?
  3141.        
  3142. 21:25
  3143. Mickey Mouse
  3144. Until Friday, matthew
  3145.        
  3146. 21:26
  3147. Mickey Mouse
  3148. Bye
  3149.        
  3150. 21:26
  3151. Mickey Mouse
  3152. Thanks Dale, Do they draw for it on Friday?
  3153.        
  3154. 21:26
  3155. Mickey Mouse
  3156. Thank you guys!
  3157.        
  3158. 21:26
  3159. Mickey Mouse
  3160. Thanks guys see you all tomorrow!
  3161.        
  3162. 21:26
  3163. Mickey Mouse
  3164. good show
  3165.        
  3166. 21:26
  3167. Mickey Mouse
  3168. Great show
  3169.        
  3170. 21:26
  3171. Mickey Mouse
  3172. Again thanks as always!
  3173.        
  3174. 21:26
  3175. Mickey Mouse
  3176. Thanks
  3177.        
  3178. 21:27
  3179. D'artagan
  3180. Great show
  3181.        
  3182. 21:27
  3183. D'artagan
  3184. good project for monitoring what happening on your web application is https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_AppSensor_Project
  3185.        
  3186. 21:28
  3187. Mickey Mouse
  3188. Ok, thanks Captain my captain
  3189.        
  3190. 21:28
  3191. Mickey Mouse
  3192. security now podcat at twit.tv and grc.com has detailed description of dns poisoning. I don't have time to dig out the url
  3193.        
  3194. 21:28
  3195. Mickey Mouse
  3196. Anyone? i mean is it more common for web hackers to poison DNS to their site or something like inject a url into the real site?
  3197.        
  3198. 21:28
  3199. Mickey Mouse
  3200. wait
  3201.        
  3202. 21:28
  3203. D'artagan
  3204. thats the graphics guy job
  3205.        
  3206. 21:28
  3207. Mickey Mouse
  3208. what winner for what?
  3209.        
  3210. 21:29
  3211. Mickey Mouse
  3212. dibbs
  3213.        
  3214. 21:29
  3215. Mickey Mouse
  3216. Law of dibbs
  3217.        
  3218. 21:29
  3219. Mickey Mouse
  3220. Randal - the book
  3221.        
  3222. 21:29
  3223. Mickey Mouse
  3224. lol
  3225.        
  3226. 21:29
  3227. Mickey Mouse
  3228. and what may i inquire does this book contain?
  3229.        
  3230. 21:30
  3231. Mickey Mouse
  3232. sorry
  3233.        
  3234. 21:30
  3235. Mickey Mouse
  3236. i jumped into the middle of this
  3237.        
  3238. 21:30
  3239. Mickey Mouse
  3240. Certified Ethical Hacker v8 by Donald
  3241.        
  3242. 21:30
  3243. Mickey Mouse
  3244. Notepad++ was defaced.
  3245.        
  3246. 21:30
  3247. Mickey Mouse
  3248. mxtoolbox.com is down
  3249.        
  3250. 21:30
  3251. Mickey Mouse
  3252. http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
  3253.        
  3254. 21:30
  3255. Mickey Mouse
  3256. nevermind it is back up now
  3257.        
  3258. 21:31
  3259. Mickey Mouse
  3260. Boy George will be playing
  3261.        
  3262. 21:31
  3263. Mickey Mouse
  3264. Congrats D'artagan!
  3265.        
  3266. 21:31
  3267. Mickey Mouse
  3268. congrats sir
  3269.        
  3270. 21:31
  3271. Mickey Mouse
  3272. Gratz!
  3273.        
  3274. 21:31
  3275. Mickey Mouse
  3276. Congrats
  3277.        
  3278. 21:31
  3279. Mickey Mouse
  3280. Congrats D'artagan
  3281.        
  3282. 21:31
  3283. Mickey Mouse
  3284. congrats
  3285.        
  3286. 21:31
  3287. Mickey Mouse
  3288. congrats D'artagan!
  3289.        
  3290. 21:31
  3291. Mickey Mouse
  3292. Congrats DH
  3293.        
  3294. 21:31
  3295. D'artagan
  3296. Thankyou
  3297.        
  3298. 21:31
  3299. Mickey Mouse
  3300. Congrats dude!
  3301.        
  3302. 21:32
  3303. Mickey Mouse
  3304. WOOT! go D'artaganl
  3305.        
  3306. 21:32
  3307. D'artagan
  3308.  
  3309.        
  3310. 21:32
  3311. Mickey Mouse
  3312. Congrats
  3313.        
  3314. 21:32
  3315. Mickey Mouse
  3316. Go Airborne!
  3317.        
  3318. 21:32
  3319. Mickey Mouse
  3320. What do you have to do to enter?
  3321.        
  3322. 21:32
  3323. Mickey Mouse
  3324. dont sound so excited
  3325.        
  3326. 21:32
  3327. Mickey Mouse
  3328. @sean
  3329.        
  3330. 21:32
  3331. Mickey Mouse
  3332. Good show Donald and Captain my captain, thanks
  3333.        
  3334. 21:32
  3335. Mickey Mouse
  3336. lol
  3337.        
  3338. 21:32
  3339. Mickey Mouse
  3340. Great show guys
  3341.        
  3342. 21:32
  3343. Mickey Mouse
  3344. Wireless will be a neat subject.
  3345.        
  3346. 21:32
  3347. Mickey Mouse
  3348. Have a good one guys
  3349.        
  3350. 21:32
  3351. Mickey Mouse
  3352. Agreed Dave
  3353.        
  3354. 21:32
  3355. D'artagan
  3356. see you all tomorrow
  3357.        
  3358. 21:33
  3359. Mickey Mouse
  3360. Cool thanks
  3361.        
  3362. 21:33
  3363. Mickey Mouse
  3364. Chow guys. Gotta do dinner.
  3365.        
  3366. 21:33
  3367. Mickey Mouse
  3368. LOL
  3369.        
  3370. 21:33
  3371. Mickey Mouse
  3372. Congreg D'artagan
  3373.        
  3374. 21:33
  3375. Mickey Mouse
  3376. Its 15:30 there right?
  3377.        
  3378. 21:33
  3379. Mickey Mouse
  3380. the video buffered for me right in the middle of what you were saying, would you mind repeating?
  3381.        
  3382. 21:33
  3383. Mickey Mouse
  3384. bye
  3385.        
  3386. 21:33
  3387. D'artagan
  3388. good night everyone. 21:30 here
  3389.        
  3390. 21:33
  3391. Mickey Mouse
  3392. just trying to work out what time the show starts, as its 21:30 here
  3393.        
  3394. 21:34
  3395. Mickey Mouse
  3396. I mean where IT pro is
  3397.        
  3398. 21:34
  3399. Mickey Mouse
  3400. IT Pro is EST, so just after 4:30 PM.
  3401.        
  3402. 21:34
  3403. Mickey Mouse
  3404. Ahh ok thanks
  3405.        
  3406. 21:34
  3407. Mickey Mouse
  3408. +1 Gators
  3409.        
  3410. 21:35
  3411. Mickey Mouse
  3412. Have a good one
  3413.        
  3414. 21:36
  3415. Mickey Mouse
  3416. My journey.
  3417.        
  3418. 21:37
  3419. Mickey Mouse
  3420. Thumper, was it you that worked in a ISP?
  3421.        
  3422. 21:37
  3423. Mickey Mouse
  3424. Yep.
  3425.        
  3426. 21:37
  3427. Mickey Mouse
  3428. How is ItproTV compare to other online Cert school?
  3429.        
  3430. 21:37
  3431. Mickey Mouse
  3432. I don't see episode notes with the videos. am i looking in the wrong place
  3433.        
  3434. 21:38
  3435. Mickey Mouse
  3436. Jonathan, not sure never used any others, but its better than most online courses as you can ask questions
  3437.        
  3438. 21:39
  3439. Mickey Mouse
  3440. Pinocchio, yeah it seems they went when they changed the look of the site
  3441.        
  3442. 21:39
  3443. Mickey Mouse
  3444. ok, thanks.
  3445.        
  3446. 21:40
  3447. Mickey Mouse
  3448. Not all videos have notes
  3449.        
  3450. 21:40
  3451. Mickey Mouse
  3452. Unless of course they are now somewhere else
  3453.        
  3454. 21:40
  3455. Mickey Mouse
  3456. Hehe, go to https://com.google/
  3457.        
  3458. 21:41
  3459. Mickey Mouse
  3460. Dale, true but there was some eps from the 410 exam i did that used to have notes but when i looked yesterday they were not there any more
  3461.        
  3462. 21:41
  3463. Mickey Mouse
  3464. google hacking...
  3465.        
  3466. 21:41
  3467. Mickey Mouse
  3468. hmmmm ok
  3469.        
  3470. 21:41
  3471. Mickey Mouse
  3472. @Matthew I others give classroom intructions like ItProTV except there not feedback and online supposrt
  3473.        
  3474. 21:41
  3475. Mickey Mouse
  3476. Thumper, nice!
  3477.        
  3478. 21:44
  3479. Mickey Mouse
  3480. time to go, bye
  3481.        
  3482. 21:45
  3483. Mickey Mouse
  3484. adios
  3485.        
  3486. 21:58
  3487. Mickey Mouse
  3488. Yeah, I'm busied with a conference call trying to get my Smart Lock working.
  3489.        
  3490. 22:11
  3491. Mickey Mouse
  3492. Ok, I got that out of the way.
  3493.        
  3494. 22:12
  3495. Mickey Mouse
  3496. They were able to reproduce the issue at their end, so now they start working on a fix.
  3497.        
  3498. 22:16
  3499. Mickey Mouse
  3500. What one you got, the kevo?
  3501.        
  3502. 22:17
  3503. Mickey Mouse
  3504. august do a nice one as well
  3505.        
  3506. 22:17
  3507. Mickey Mouse
  3508. expensive though
  3509.        
  3510. 22:18
  3511. Mickey Mouse
  3512. It's the Smart Lock feature between an AndroidL phone and Chrome OS device.
  3513.        
  3514. 22:19
  3515. Mickey Mouse
  3516. When you have an unlocked phone running Lollipop, it unlocks/keeps unlocked your Chrome OS device.
  3517.        
  3518. 22:19
  3519. Mickey Mouse
  3520. ohh.... shame i was going to ask if it works well if it was an actual smart lock, cause i want one
  3521.        
  3522. 22:21
  3523. Mickey Mouse
  3524. I got it working on my personal account, but it didn't work correctly on my workplace account.
  3525.        
  3526. 22:21
  3527. Mickey Mouse
  3528. I have been using win phone since just before we last spoke
  3529.        
  3530. 22:22
  3531. Mickey Mouse
  3532. i have not used that smart lock you are talking about, seems pretty handy though,
  3533.        
  3534. 22:22
  3535. Mickey Mouse
  3536. I'm on Android, now with Lollipop 5.1 on my Nexus 6.
  3537.        
  3538. 22:23
  3539. Mickey Mouse
  3540. so if you unlock your phone next to your laptop it auto unlocks it or do you have to tell the phone to unlock it?
  3541.        
  3542. 22:23
  3543. Mickey Mouse
  3544. It would be nice to not have my systems lock when I don't want them to.
  3545.        
  3546. 22:24
  3547. Mickey Mouse
  3548. Done automatically, you just click on the account for your Chrome OS log-in.
  3549.        
  3550. 22:24
  3551. Mickey Mouse
  3552. Yeah tell me about it, we have a activesync mobile policy that locks all phones in 1 min, drives me crazy!
  3553.        
  3554. 22:24
  3555. Mickey Mouse
  3556. This is coming from the guy that will lock his systems when he steps away from his desk.
  3557.        
  3558. 22:25
  3559. Mickey Mouse
  3560. But I want them to stay unlocked when I am here.
  3561.        
  3562. 22:25
  3563. Mickey Mouse
  3564. Sounds overbearing at a minute.
  3565.        
  3566. 22:25
  3567. Mickey Mouse
  3568. I ALWAYS lock my laptop when i leave my desk, but hey win key L is not a long process
  3569.        
  3570. 22:26
  3571. Mickey Mouse
  3572. and finger print to log back in so its ok
  3573.        
  3574. 22:26
  3575. Mickey Mouse
  3576. Yeah, I use Win key - L too.
  3577.        
  3578. 22:27
  3579. Mickey Mouse
  3580. Rather than the three-fingered salate.
  3581.        
  3582. 22:27
  3583. Mickey Mouse
  3584. *salute*
  3585.        
  3586. 22:27
  3587. Mickey Mouse
  3588. with an iphone 5 having it set at 1 min is not so bad as its fingerprint unlock, but cause windows phone OS doesnt work fully with exchnage active sync you have to do some settings which make it a pain to unlock, also it doesnt have fingerprint scanner
  3589.        
  3590. 22:28
  3591. Mickey Mouse
  3592. and to be fair everyone was given a iphone 5S but i refuse to carry 2 phones so i use my personal one for work so thats why it has work emails
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