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All your wireless belong to us - Hacker

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Monday, November 13, 2017 0 comments
If you haven't read the news about all WPA2 protocol is vulnerable.

CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) has released information on Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol vulnerabilities. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system. The vulnerabilities are in the WPA2 protocol, not within individual WPA2 implementations, which means that all WPA2 wireless networking may be affected. Source: Vulnerability Note VU#228519

It is a vulnerability attacking all modern Wireless Access Point that use WPA2 protocol to exploit clients connected on the wireless network. Exploiting this vulnerability requires the following:
  • Programming skills to run against the key reinstallation attacks (Kracks), currently the proof of concept script is not (yet) available to the public.
  • The attacker needs to be close to the WAP, know the SSID which is broadcasting by default.
  • Clone the wireless network and create a rouge channel.
  • Forwarding traffic to the rouge wireless network.
  • Initiate the SSLStrip tool to bypass SSL, commonly known as https that you see on a secured website.
  • Use Wireshark tool or other network snipping tool to capture wireless network traffic. This will see all the data in plain text e.g. username and password.
  • And do whatever they want on a stolen user credentials.
As you can see, the actions must be completed by someone who know how to initiate the attack. It is not designed for script kiddies.
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QUE.com - Equifax Data Breach. WTF?

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Sunday, September 10, 2017 0 comments
My expectation for Equifax and other credit reporting bureaus is high to protect our personal information e.g. Names, Social Security Number, Birthdates, Addresses, and in some cases Drivers License. These information are very important and needed to open a credit card account, get a car loan, and obtain a mortgage. Guess what, those information are stolen about 143 Million Americans, almost half of US Population. This was discovered between mid May to July 29, but only announced last Thursday September 7, 2017.

This was acknowledged and announced by Rick Smith, Chairman and CEO of Equifax posted a video at their website https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.

How to check if your personal information is potentially impacted. If you're using a credit card, have a car loan or a mortgage most likely you're one of the 143 million Americans.

Visit their official Cybersecurity Incident consumer information website: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.

Click on "CHECK POTENTIAL IMPACT" link. You will enter your last name and last 6 digits of Social Security Number. And you will see something like this if you're one of the 143 million users. QUE.com.Equifax.DataBreach.havebeenimpacted Before you click Enroll, you may want to read Krebs on Security related to Equifax website woes. After reading that post, will you still use their free service to sign up for complimentary identity theft protection and credit file monitoring? In my humble opinion, Equifax service should be free forever because of exposing and not protecting our personal identifiable information.

Continue reading at source: QUE.comhttps://que.com/equifax-data-breach-howto-check-if-your-information-is-compromised/

QUE.com Inforgraphic - History of Bitcoin

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Tuesday, August 29, 2017 0 comments
New to Bitcoin? You're lucky day, here's an infographic to easy learn about the History of Bitcoin.QUE.com.History-of-Bitcoin-InfographicInfographic by Fried.com

In addition. On July 20, 2017, the bitcoin miners voted, 97% in favor, on the Bitcoin Improvement Proposal (BIP) 91. The proposal, by Bitmain Warranty engineer James Hilliard, was to activate Segregated Witness (SegWit). Some members of the bitcoin community felt that adopting BIP 91 without increasing the block-size limit would simply delay confronting the issue and that it favored people who wanted to treat bitcoin as a digital investment rather than as a transactional currency. They announced implementation of Bitcoin Cash as a hard fork for August 1. It inherited the transaction history of the bitcoin currency on that date, but all later transactions were separate. Block 478558 was the last common block and thus the first Bitcoin Cash block was 478559. Bitcoin Cash wallet started to reject BTC block and BTC transactions since 13:20 UTC, Aug 1st 2017 because it used a timer to initiate a fork. It implements a block size increase to 8 MB. Bitcoin Cash started futures trading at 0.5 BTC on July 23, but dropped to 0.1 BTC by July 30. Market cap appeared since 23:15 UTC, August 1, 2017. On August 9th, it was 30% more profitable to mine on the original chain.[9] Even though the fork allows for a higher block size, block generation was so sporadic that the original chain was 920 MB bigger than the chain of the fork, as of August 9th. Source: WikiPedia.org

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HOWTO - Active Directory Services not needed in Windows 10 Pro?

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Monday, August 28, 2017 0 comments
We are using Office 365 Cloud services for at least 5 years and the benefits is no way close to compare managing your own services e.g. Active Directory (AD), Exchange Server, SharePoint and File Server.
My Office 365 users are more secure thanks to the Multi-Factor Authentication feature, where you can use your smart phone to receive a six pin codes to complete your identification and authentication process.
The latest version of Windows 10 Pro, also give you the option to login using your username and password you use with Office 365 or other business services from Microsoft e.g. Outlook.com, XBOX, etc.
You still have an option to configure your workstation using the Active Directory. You will be able to see “Domain join instead” on the lower right corner of the screen.
For this example, I will use my Office 365 username and password to setup my workstation.
I enter my Office 365 username e.g. email address em@que.com, click Next to continue. The next page is to enter my password. I have Multi-Factor Authentication enabled, so the setup also ask to verify my account. I enter my six pin codes to proceed.
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If a company is a 1.86 Billion estimated market cap you expect some type of customer service but not EOS. Visiting their website Block.One and you will find their team members but you have no way to get in touch with any of them including the CEO Brendan Bluemer, Daniel Larimer, and others. They have a contact form but no feedback since I tried multiple times requesting for assistance.

I need assistance from any of them because I've sent all my EOS to their address.

I accidentally sent all my 569.399 EOS to their EOSCrowdsale Address (0xd0a6E6C54DbC68Db5db3A091B171A77407Ff7ccf) and requesting to send it back to me. I included the transaction information and the exact amount so they can verify it.

I've used the block.one contact form, and sent a twit to https://twitter.com/BrendanBlumer but still no reply to my request for assistance.

Where the hell are your customer support EOS or any of the management team? I'm looking forward to hear from any EOS team, if there is a team. To please assist recover my EOS tokens. 

Please email (em@king.net) to get in touch with me. My Ethereum Address: 0xeB6F0Af12930d30252Df3F159Bbff9504c78D866

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