Archive for the ‘Computers’ Category

How to get the IUSR and IWAM user account passwords on an IIS server

Edit the script, C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts\Adsutil.vbs. Change this line: IsSecureProperty = True to: IsSecureProperty = False Now you can find the IUSR account password by using the Adsutil.vbs tool. Open up command prompt and navigate to C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts. Run either of the following commands: cscript.exe adsutil.vbs get w3svc/anonymoususerpass cscript.exe adsutil.vbs get w3svc/wamuserpass to display the IUSR and IWAM […]

Mobile Phone Eavesdropping Made Easy: Hackers Crack GPRS Encryption

How creepy would it be if it were easy to snoop and intercept all those texts, emails and photos you send over your mobile phone? Do you think that’s impossible, that the majority of the world’s mobile Internet traffic is protected by encryption? Think again. via Mobile Phone Eavesdropping Made Easy: Hackers Crack GPRS Encryption […]

Keeping up with the hackers (chart) | InSecurity Complex – CNET News

CNET has an brief article about the major hacks of the year: Keeping up with the hackers (chart) | InSecurity Complex – CNET News. You can view the direct link to the spreadsheet here.

Sync OneNote 2010 to Office Live for Editing Anywhere – How-To Geek

Do you enjoy the rich feature set of OneNote but prefer Evernote’s online syncing? Here’s how you can get the best of both worlds with OneNote 2010 and the free Office Web Apps. via Sync OneNote 2010 to Office Live for Editing Anywhere – How-To Geek.

FaceNiff makes Facebook hacking a portable, one-tap affair (video) — Engadget

This Android app listens in on WiFi networks (even ones encrypted with WEP, WPA, or WPA2) and lets you hop on to the accounts of anyone sharing the wireless connection with you. Right now it works with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Nasza-Klasa (a Polish Facebook clone), but developer Bartosz Ponurkiewicz promises more are coming. via […]