iKAT was designed to aid security consultants with the task of auditing the security of browser controlled enviroments such as Kiosks, Citrix Terminals and WebTV’s.
iKAT is designed to provide access to the underlying operating system of any browser based enviroment in the most efficent, fastest and smoothest manner.
CeWL is a ruby app which spiders a given url to a specified depth, optionally following external links, and returns a list of words which can then be used for password crackers such as John the Ripper.
via CeWL – DigiNinja.
“The HTTP request was forbidden with client authentication scheme ‘Anonymous’.”
Make sure your certificate was issued with the following purpose:
“Proves your identity to a remote computer”
White House drafts order to protect US industries from cyberattack after Congress fails to act
PaiMei, is a reverse engineering framework consisting of multiple extensible components. The framework can essentially be thought of as a reverse engineer’s swiss army knife and has already been proven effective for a wide range of both static and dynamic tasks such as fuzzer assistance, code coverage tracking, data flow tracking and more.
“The SSL settings for the service ‘SslRequireCert’ does not match those of the IIS ‘Ssl’.”
Having figured out what the issue is, now the message is obvious but before I had the solution, google search lead me nowhere. I finally figured it that IIS’s default setting for handling client side certificate is to ignore them. Once I changed it from “Ignore” to “Accept”, the service started working.
As a recap here is the simplified configuration of the service:
<service name=”MyServiceName” behaviorConfiguration=”ServiceBehavior”>
<endpoint address=”” binding=”basicHttpBinding” bindingConfiguration=”AuthenticatedSoap11Binding” contract=”IMyServiceContract” />
<binding name=”AuthenticatedSoap11Binding” transferMode=”Buffered”>
<transport clientCredentialType=”Certificate” />
Here is a screenshot of the Setting in IIS:
Qubes is an open source operating system designed to provide strong security for desktop computing. Qubes is based on Xen, X Window System, and Linux, and can run most Linux applications and utilize most of the Linux drivers. In the future it might also run Windows apps. [more]