Guide to Microsoft Active Directory rootDSE/C-LDAP security issues

What is C-LDAP in Microsoft Active Directory services? Active Directory (AD) is a directory service developed by Microsoft. Active Directory services include AD Certificate Services, AD Domain Services, AD Federation Services, AD Lightweight Directory Services, and AD Rights Management Services. A server running Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is called a domain controller. Among […]

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Securing Windows SMB and NetBios/NetBT Services

What is the Windows SMB service? The Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol is a network file sharing protocol running on port 445. It is implemented in Microsoft Windows Server as the Microsoft SMB service. Microsoft SMB Protocol is installed by default in Microsoft Windows Server. SMBv2 protocol was introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server […]

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Securing your Memcached Server

Vulnerability Description By default memcached is available to the world on UDP and TCP port 11211. Among other utilities it may be possible to use something as simple as telnet to connect to memcached and issue a ‘stat’ command to obtain information about the service itself or other commands to retrieve the data that is […]

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Connecting with Secure Shell (SSH)

Secure Shell (SSH), is a safe and secure way to connect to the command line of your Linux server. While you can manage your server using your WHM or Plesk control panel, it may be occasionally useful to connect to the command line of your server. A command line is, simply put, the most direct […]

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