• 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...

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  • terminal server and gpo

    i have a server 2003 that configure as a terminal server, and i want implement a strict acess to this server from client (xp pro) to that server, i create ou that called "for terminal users" and create for that ou a gpo, now,, i want to know how should i change the gpo to achive the next goals: 1....

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  • USB Flash Drives Not Installing On XP

    Hello All! I've been noticing recently that certain USB drives have not been installing automatically to windows XP pro. I'm working on one right now and have not found a solution to it yet. A user needs to install a Sandisk Cruzer Mini USB Drive to her machine which uses XP Pro. Instead of...

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  • Port 1894

    Hi, Our port scanner has detected '1894' as an open port. We know 1894 is an 'O2Server' port. Could you please throw some light on the port '1894'? Thanks kbs

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  • Laptop Security…

    Hi, I am the head of my department and by the nature of the job I hold some confidential information on my laptop. How do I ensure that 1. Nobody can access any files on my laptop from the LAN or the internet (not even sys admins) 2. If somebody tries to access, can I find out /trace who it is or...

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  • runnunig application from the web….

    Hi, I have an application server that is in my network and is a stand alone server,and I have ISA server 2004 in my domain with an valid IP address. Which access rule I should add to Isa that some external users can running application from the interner by typing our valid ip addressApplication...

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  • strange processes showing up in the task list some random numbers.TMP

    I suspect I have some trojan downloader? I keep finding strange processes showing up in the task list. These are some random numbers and letters with a .TMP extension? They cause my internet connection to either run very slow or in most cases it stops the connection to the internet. When I kill the...

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  • Local LAN Vulnerabilities and Open Ports NAT

    QUESTION: How someone would go about exploiting a vulnerability within a LAN sitting behind a router running NAT/NAPT...where would you start? Hacking the open port? Routing Tables? Accessing remote administration on the modem? (disable NAT)?? bah... MY SYSTEM/SETUP: I have 1 XP SP2 Machine running...

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  • LAN vulnerability behind a Router – with firewall – connected to the Ineternet (Through an Open Port!)

    Hi, I would just like some reassurance: I have a Router on my LAN that connects all host PCs to each other and the internet. Qu: How exposed is my LAN behaind the Router that has a port open for internet access (and in future anther for remote desktop terminal connection) would a port scanner see...

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  • Network Resource Allocation cum Planning cum Technical Problem

    This is the real commercial problem face by my company. Well, the reason I ask this problem is I salute and respect all of you as I believe all of you are as good as network solution company out there, or even better!! Lets me rephrase the entire problem again. Company expand so fast that the IT...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure-2

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • LAN vulnerability behind a Router – with firewall – connected to the Internet (Through an Open Port!)

    Hi, I would just like some reassurance: I have a Router on my LAN that connects all host PCs to each other and the Internet. Question: a) How exposed is my LAN behind the Router that has a port open for Internet access (and in future anther for remote desktop terminal connection) would a port...

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