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Saving passwords in your AD description fields?

Posted by Jose Robbertse on

Did you know that a simple "Domain User" can read all common Active Directory fields for every user? This includes the description field in a possible Domain Admin account. Use the View Active Directory Details application under free utilities to see what a normal Domain User can see from their account.

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Useful commands for SysAdmins

Posted by Jose Robbertse on

Get the serial number or service tag of a device wmic bios get serialnumber Show the logged in user on a remote device. wmic /node:"workstation-name" computersystem get username Show the PID associated with a listening port or show the listening port number associated with a PID netstat -ano | find "portnumber"netstat -ano | find "pid" Find the session ID for a Remote Desktop User and log them off query user | find "username"logoff <ID of session> Quickly find .exe files in the C:\Users directory where RansomWare often hides. dir C:\Users /B /S /A | find ".exe" Disable sleep and shutdown reg ADD...

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Expose a website saved password field as text

Posted by Jose Robbertse on

If you have a saved password in your browser and you want to see the password in plain text... all you need to do is: Open the site in Chrome or other new browser. Right click on the password field and click Inspect. Look for the field type - it should be "password" Double-click on it and change it to "text" Press Enter Now you should be able to retrieve your password.  Use wisely and share with your friends :) 

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