Well, according to a decafme.org press release, Version 2 is out. It now supports a whole new set of program detection. Seems the big reason he pulled it was due to its phone home functionality, which wasn’t really meant to phone home.
In good time I would have made this post anyways — but I’m going to link to this now! Baconsalt! They also have Baconaise! Yummy!
So I was getting an error similar to this:/rpc/rpcproxy.dll .com:6004 443 – 4 MSRPC 401 (minus ip address)
I searched hi and low, and after editing the IIS rpc ports and double checking the certificate and authentication settings in IIS6 and Exchange 2003, I found this tool: http://www.petri.co.il/software/rpcnofrontend.zip designed for configuring the registry when you…»Read the full article
I hope everyone had a good holiday or at least a good few days off!
Well the decaf tool I blogged about a few weeks ago was disabled. The site, http://www.decafme.org/ explains why. Well I’m thrilled he’ll bring v2 out shortly, I was a little surprised that it phoned home with usage logs. The sites owner…»Read the full article
Have you had messages from your friends telling you to look at the video of you from last night? While by now (this was a saved post to write about later…) I haven’t had one in awhile, I was wondering what else other Facebook Phishing attempts you have seen lately. It has got to be…»Read the full article
Most of you probably know about Microsoft’s tool they give law enforcement called COFFEE (Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor). I read over at the Internet Storm Center that some researchers released some proof of concept code called DECAF (Detect and Eliminate Computer Assisted Forensics). While, it’s a cool proof of concept evasion tool, I’m curious…»Read the full article