• Penetration Testing.

    Hi!! Good Morning. I have a simple question for you today. I intend to have a penetration testing done for all of my 3 sites - My US Office, My India Office & My US Datacenter. Can you suggest any trustworthy site which can offer me a free reliable scan? Also, I would like to have you suggestion on...

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  • I need your input

    Howdy folks, I have the following set up: 2 Domain Controllers - Win2k3 Standard 1 member server with Exchange 2003 Standard 100 XP Pro workstations T1 connection Currently I use a sonicwall Pro 200 firewall, Symantec Corporate edition 10 AntiVirus, and Symanted Mail Security for Exchange....

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  • Selecting an area within security to start

    Hi, I'm studying for an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway University of London, I have a B.Engg. degree in computers and a PG Diploma in Networking and Communication as well as the CCSA and CCNA. I'm also studying for the CISSP. Now, with all these qualifications, could you please...

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  • Best authentication method

    I'm researching authentication methods, trying to determine what method is best for allowing customers to make payments online. Which, in your opinion, is best?

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  • Procedures for a new area.

    We are a company where we have expirience on network remote administration and now we have open a new area, The area of security. Now I need to start to make new procedures like when a new customer come to us and ask if we can handle the security for his network... I need to know if some one can...

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  • Paranoid about protecting my MAC address–Please read my story

    What is the easiest way to protect your MAC address against spoofing? In 2004 I was the victim of a hacker that somehow spoofed my Cable Modem Mac address and used it to cover his identity while serving copyright material thru the internet. I was unsuspecting until my ISP one day suspended my...

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  • Installation and updates

    Howdy folks, Tryin to keep things going around here....need some advice. I have Win2003 servers and Active Directory.....single domain....approx. 100 client computers.....one location. Am upgrading all computers from Office XP to Office 2003. My project: Install Office 2003 and all updates remotely...

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  • Can I call upon the username of someone logged into the pc, and use it in a web link?

    Hi all, Basically, I've got a webpage I'm working on, and I'd like to be able to provide a link in that page, that will take a user into their home folder on the network. Since it'll be different for each user, but it uses their username as their home folder, I'm thinking there must be a way, to...

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  • security problem

    Hello, I have small workgroup having 10 computers in my office. I do some personal work in office like using yahoo messenger, checking personal e-mails and some online banking site. But how does one of my senior knows it? I do everything lonely and securely so that nobody in the office knows it....

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  • Passwords

    Hi all, What do you recommend for initial password issue, that is, provided a new user with a password for the first time without compromising it. I find the entire help desk giving password initially or sysadmins doing that is not save enough even though the user will be prompted to change it at...

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  • Running Syantec Antivirus on a Windows Domain Controller

    I am currently in the process of deploying Symantec AntiVirus Corporate edition in my Windows-based network. In the manual it states, Do not install the primary management server on the following: Miscrosoft Exchange Server, Web server, or programs that prevent you from restarting the computer at...

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  • Moving into the InfoSec role

    I work at a company that currently does not have a position dedicated to information security. I come from a background in networking with a good portion of my focus on firewalls and other security related technologies. I am interested in positioning myself into the role of InfoSec Admin at my...

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  • Blue Socket Gateway and Certificates

    We are currently attempting to implement a Blue Socket Gateway in order to authenticate our wireless clients. I have been instructed by Blue Socket that the certificate used by them will not work through a NAT translation and that I should put this device on the outside of my ASA firewall....

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  • How to prevent XSRF attacks

    I've been hearing more about XSRF (cross-site request forgery) attacks. (Netflix most recently had to fix a flaw related to this.) I'm wondering how you can prevent this type of attack. Do Web application firewalls work?

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  • Web Server and DC to share database

    From what I've read, it is "Best Practice" to keep your web server separate from your AD Domain Controller. What if they need to simultaneously share the database? My local users will be logging in to the AD locally and using an app that accesses a database. No problem. My remote users use a PHP...

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  • FTP using *SSL

    I am running v5r3 and am attempting to FTP to a Tumbleweed Securetransport server from our iSeries system using the command: FTP RMTSYS(xxxx) PORT(999) SECCNN(*SSL) I get the following response: Connecting to host xxxx at address xx.xxx.xxx.xx using port 999. 220 qweb1 FTP server (SecureTransport...

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  • SECURE FTP SITE ON Windows 2003

    We have a Windows 2003 IIS server setup behind our firewarll which is a PIX firewall. What is the best method to establish a secure FTP site on this IIS server? I have reviewed this topic on the internet and actually talked with somebody from IPSWITCH and the best method available is to purchase a...

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  • MS 2003 FTP server-2

    Hi, I have several sites accessing applications to download them, like MS office or Antivirus Applications, from the main site. I would like to set up a MS 2003 FTP server in the main site and give authenticated access to remote sites accordingly. I would like to know if there is a way to limit the...

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  • MS 2003 FTP server

    Hi, I have several sites accessing applications to download them, like MS office or Antivirus Applications, from the main site. I would like to set up a MS 2003 FTP server in the main site and give authenticated access to remote sites accordingly. I would like to know if there is a way to limit the...

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  • Access with super secret paswwords and back doors.

    Network diagnostics; would this be to monitor what web pages are being looked at or to determine if someone is trying to gain access. I need to be able to prevent access to specific websites. I would like to do a broad range and specific sites as well as casino's and other similar sites. I don't...

    JAMNTHIS10 pointsBadges:

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