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Reading Rainbow: Episode 8

Restrictive passwords make cracking more difficult by requiring that users use a wider range of characters; however, can restrictive password policies actually decrease time required to crack? This blog goes into the math behind it. http://lukenotricks.blogspot.com/2008/03/more-on-counting-restrictive-password.htm Mozilla has a new … Continue reading

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Reading Rainbow: Episode 7

In the wake of so many ISP’s getting away with murder and the government looking the other direction it’s good to see that Florida is stepping in and fining Version for poor response time. http://news.cnet.com/Florida-…00-1036_3-6239655.html?tag=html.alert.hed This is a great video … Continue reading

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BackTrack2 Wireless

I’ve worked with a lot of people who had trouble with setting up wifi on BackTrack2 and decided it would be worth a post on how I manage it. I prefer to do this task from the command line, since … Continue reading

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Using Tamper Data

In my previous post on penetration testing I mentioned various tools that I use for web application testing. In this post and future posts, I will go into some of these tools and how I use them. This post will … Continue reading

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Reading Rainbow: Episode 6

I played with both of these plugins. The view formated source one didn’t do a whole lot for me, but the view source chart was a great improvement. It makes checking out HTML much easier, and with the added ability … Continue reading

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Utilities for backing up client-side website data

I was looking into various methods for backing up websites on my localhost and have come up with 3 options. I’m sure there are more, but these require tools you already have. Internet Explorer 6 (I don’t have IE7 installed … Continue reading

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