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My SecureCRT Tweaks
I love SecureCRT by Van Dyke Software. I used it when I was running Windows as...
HSRP Using SLA with Boo...
Recently, I was at a cutomer’s location that wanted to track an ISP based on...
Windows Logging Cheat
Yesterday, I attaended Hack Miami Con and had a great time. Met Michael Gough...
Data Breaches – A...
HealthNow Networks Date of Breach: Unknown – Exposed for Many MonthsDate Made...
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My SecureCRT Tweaks

I love SecureCRT by Van Dyke Software. I used it when I was running Windows as my main desktop, then used it when I was running Linux as my main desktop (for 8 years), and now for the past 4 years on my Mac. I love it to death. Here are some of the features I am using and the tweaks I have done for my specific workflow. When I am working with Cisco ASA, I want to be able to identify ‘interface’ as it is...

HSRP Using SLA with Boolea...

Recently, I was at a cutomer’s location that wanted to track an ISP based on multiple locations (e.g. 4.2.2.2 and 8.8.8.8). The customer wanted to make sure that IF 1 of the 2 DNS servers we were pinging, it would not fail-over, however if BOTH pings were lost, then initiate the fail-over. Scenario: Router 1LAN Side: 1.1.68.1/24Standby IP 1.1.68.254 Router 2LAN Side: 1.1.68.2/24 Standby IP 1.1.68.254...

Windows Logging Cheat

Yesterday, I attaended Hack Miami Con and had a great time. Met Michael Gough of Log-MD. He gave the keynote named “What I have learned the past 20 Years as a Blue Teamer, done some red teaming too that you should know”. He talked, among other things about the “Windows Logging Cheat Sheet” he developped. For any Blue Teamer, this is required reading in my opinion. He went into artifacts you should...

Data Breaches – Apri...

HealthNow Networks Date of Breach: Unknown – Exposed for Many MonthsDate Made Public: April 10, 2017 Records Affected: 918,000 Data Compromised: The data of 918,000 patients who provided sensitive information to HealthNow Networks in Boca Raton, FL has been exposed online for many months. Information exposed included names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, Social Security numbers, dates of...

Apple Spotlight not allowi...

OK the other day, I noticed that when I typed ⌘ ␣ (or command space) on my macOS Sierra, the Spotlight bar popped up but I was unable to type anything into the spotlight bar. Drove me nuts. Tried a bunch of crap that never worked. Finally decided to kill the Spotlight process and it worked. sudo killall Spotlight Problem...

Future Crimes By Marc Good...

The book started off OK however the book is riddled with inaccuracies and the author takes many liberties. First of all, as I stated, the book starts off good. It does give good information about big data collection and points out a lot of useful information however as he jumps into the “crime.inc” he starts to treat it as an actual organization rather that saying something like “bad actors”. Also...

Data Breaches – Febr...

Below are the breaches for February 2017 that were made public. If you have accounts with any of there services/companies make sure you change your passwords and ensure you are monitoring your credit for anomalies. ORGANIZATION: Michigan GovernmentDATE OF BREACH: October 10, 2016 – January 30, 2017DATE MADE PUBLIC: February 3, 2017RECORDS AFFECTED: 1.87 Million DATA COMPROMISED:A software update...

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