Recently I went to the Computer Sciences Department of the University of PR – Rio Piedras Campus and had a great time with the students talking about pivoting networks. I decided to share it with you … hope you enjoy it.
Recently I was asked to give some administrative personnel the ability to reset, unlock and change passwords. To which I said: HELL NO!, but since this was not my decision to make and it was my task to complete I had to come up with a solution. So I had to give these muggles access but have the ability to audit what they were doing.
… so that is how this post came to be.
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Recently a friend asked about wiping data from a hard disk. You see, he works at a hospital and he has to dispose of some hard disk so to be on the safe side he wanted to wipe them clean.
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Recently I presented at an ISSA meeting and some people wanted to know about my setup.
Well; here it is:
Continue reading BYOD: Bring your own Darkside … about my setup
Enable USB Registry Write Block on Windows
I was wondering on how to prevent write operations on a USB storage device and came across this during my research. This cloud have some forensics or DLP policy uses. Also it can be pretty nasty(funny) prank on some user.
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How to add a user in Windows CLI and hide it!
This can become a time saver for sysadmins and security professionals
We are assuming you have privileges on the machine to add users/groups. It’s real easy, just use the net command to add users and groups to the machine:
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How to recover the root password in Debian 6 and RHEL 6 based systems …
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La prostitución de la palabra “Hacker”
La palara hacker según ha sido prostituida de tanta maneras que da ganas de vomitar (BARF!), que he decidido hacer un glosario de los tipos de hackers según conceptualizados por la nuestra “sociedad”.
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Hacking in paradise with Strategic Security
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Angry Nerd! …
En agosto del año 2012 un grupo de personas comenzamos una comunidad de seguridad de tecnologias de información (TI) en PR y creamos a Obsidis Consortia, Inc corporación sin fines de lucro para trabajar toda la logística, manejar los fondos, y dar seriedad y legalidad al asunto; así nació el grupo de seguridad Init6 y la conferencia Security BSides Puerto Rico, y todavía nos faltan cosas por hacer como las simulaciones (capture the flag), establecer un Hackerspace en PR y aumentar nuestra aportacion a la comunidad en general.
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