• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • computer protection with revert

    I am looking for a solution wich will allow me to revert computers setting back to original each time computer reboots. Basically on reboot computer will earse all files and configurations made in previous session.

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  • malformed packet alert

    I get this message from my router every 2 minuets or so. I tried blocking to ports that it attacks and the IP but the major issue is that, that IP is a broadcast IP, so i don't know where it is coming from. What my question is, is how do is stop these alerts (short of removing my e-mail from the...

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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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  • Permission Issues

    I am facing the problem in a Windows 2000 server(which is not the domain contriller) it is a member server of a domain and file server. I am facing a problem while i want to add/change the user's permission for a particular file or folder. When I do the following: 1.Right Click on the folder....

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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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  • mandatory profile in Windows server 2003

    I have a working roaming profile. How do I make it a mandadory profile that users can never change?

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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