Another handy tool for making DNS queries is DIG. dig domain.domain (This is the default and simplest query, but it will provide you with a treasure trove of DNS info) dig +nocmd domain.domain MX +noall +answer (The nocmd option specifies that the request details should not be in the output, and the trailing part will … Continue reading DIG for DNS Queries
Some good ways to query DNS records: nslookup domain.domain Name: domainserver.domain100.net Address: 126.96.36.1990 (This is the most basic method of requesting DNS information and will provide you with the IP address - OR if you used the IP address will provide you with an A record) nslookup -query=mx domain.domain domain.domain mail … Continue reading NSLOOKUP for DNS Queries
I've been trying to get Owasp ZAP to work on my Kali test machine. but I kept getting an error that I need to upgrade my Java: "ZAP requires a minimum of Java 7 to run, found 1.6.0_36" So it seems straight forward enough, just update Java... 🙂 Here's how: Download the latest Java SE … Continue reading Owasp ZAP not working on Kali?
From a shell type the following: curl -v -X GET 'https://www.google.co.za' This will use the -v flag to ensure the connection attempt returns results verbosely, and the -X is to specify the verb to be used. You can also try using other verbs: curl -v -X HEAD 'https://www.google.co.za' curl -v -X POST 'https://www.google.co.za' The results … Continue reading WAP: Using Curl to fetch webpages from a cli/shell
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I decided to get an Ubuntu installation going on my machine using VMWare player and it's Unity feature. The only problem was: TMG. This was how I got around the issue of allowing my VM to access the internet: Cntlm proxy (If you cannot install CNTLM using the apt-get command I'd suggest you download the … Continue reading Ubuntu: Configure Linux to use NTLM authentication proxy (ISA/TMG Server) using CNTLM
This should clarify it: Resetting a Password vs. Changing a Password: A password change is a user action, where a user enters a new password for his or her Windows user account. Windows authenticates the user before he or she is allowed to change the password. This means that a user must always first enter … Continue reading MS: Resetting vs Changing a password