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FTPS

clock September 22, 2014 07:36 by author Administrator

HowTo



.NET Framework 4.5

clock September 22, 2014 06:49 by author Administrator

Handbuch



Localized Translations of built-in Windows account names

clock September 21, 2014 21:54 by author Administrator

here with psgetsid  and Tipps 

SID Kind Name
S-1-0-0 Well Known Group \NULL SID
S-1-1-0 Well Known Group \Everyone
S-1-2-0 Well Known Group \LOCAL
S-1-2-1 Well Known Group \CONSOLE LOGON
S-1-3-0 Well Known Group \CREATOR OWNER
S-1-3-1 Well Known Group \CREATOR GROUP
S-1-3-2 Well Known Group \CREATOR OWNER SERVER
S-1-3-3 Well Known Group \CREATOR GROUP SERVER
S-1-3-4 Well Known Group \OWNER RIGHTS
S-1-5-80-0 Well Known Group NT SERVICE\ALL SERVICES
S-1-5-1 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\DIALUP
S-1-5-2 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK
S-1-5-3 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\BATCH
S-1-5-4 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\INTERACTIVE
S-1-5-6 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\SERVICE
S-1-5-7 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON
S-1-5-8 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\PROXY
S-1-5-9 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\ENTERPRISE DOMAIN CONTROLLERS
S-1-5-10 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\SELF
S-1-5-11 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
S-1-5-12 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\RESTRICTED
S-1-5-13 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\TERMINAL SERVER USER
S-1-5-14 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\REMOTE INTERACTIVE LOGON
S-1-5-15 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\This Organization
S-1-5-17 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\IUSR
S-1-5-18 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
S-1-5-19 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE
S-1-5-20 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE
S-1-5-32-544 Alias BUILTIN\Administrators
S-1-5-32-545 Alias BUILTIN\Users
S-1-5-32-546 Alias BUILTIN\Guests
S-1-5-32-547 Alias BUILTIN\Power Users
S-1-5-32-551 Alias BUILTIN\Backup Operators
S-1-5-32-552 Alias BUILTIN\Replicator
S-1-5-64-10 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\NTLM Authentication
S-1-5-64-14 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\SChannel Authentication
S-1-5-64-21 Well Known Group NT AUTHORITY\Digest Authentication
S-1-5-80 Domain NT SERVICE\NT SERVICE
S-1-16-0 Unknown Mandatory Label\Untrusted Mandatory Level
S-1-16-4096 Unknown Mandatory Label\Low Mandatory Level
S-1-16-8192 Unknown Mandatory Label\Medium Mandatory Level
S-1-16-8448 Unknown Mandatory Label\Medium Plus Mandatory Level
S-1-16-12288 Unknown Mandatory Label\High Mandatory Level
S-1-16-16384 Unknown Mandatory Label\System Mandatory Level
S-1-16-20480 Unknown Mandatory Label\Protected Process Mandatory Level
S-1-5-80-0 Well Known Group NT SERVICE\ALL SERVICES
S-1-5-32-555 Alias BUILTIN\Remote Desktop Users
S-1-5-32-556 Alias BUILTIN\Network Configuration Operators
S-1-5-32-558 Alias BUILTIN\Performance Monitor Users
S-1-5-32-559 Alias BUILTIN\Performance Log Users
S-1-5-32-562 Alias BUILTIN\Distributed COM Users
S-1-5-32-569 Alias BUILTIN\Cryptographic Operators
S-1-5-32-573 Alias BUILTIN\Event Log Readers

 

Well-known security identifiers (SID).

S-1-0-0
Null SID. A group with no members. This is often used when a SID value is not known.
S-1-1-0
World/Everyone. A group that includes all users.
S-1-3-0
Creator Owner ID. A security identifier to be replaced by the security identifier of the user who created a new object. This SID is used in inheritable ACEs.
S-1-3-1
Creator Group ID. A security identifier to be replaced by the primary-group SID of the user who created a new object. Use this SID in inheritable ACEs.
S-1-5-6
Service. A group that includes all security principals that have logged on as a service. Membership is controlled by the operating system.
S-1-5-7
Anonymous. A group that includes all users that have logged on anonymously. Membership is controlled by the operating system.
S-1-5-32-544
Administrators group.
S-1-5-32-545
Users group.
S-1-5-32-546
Guests. By default, the only member is the Guest account. The Guests group allows occasional or one-time users to log on with limited privileges to a computer's built-in Guest account.
S-1-5-32-547
Power Users. Power users can create local users and groups; modify and delete accounts that they have created; and remove users from the Power Users, Users, and Guests groups. Power users also can install programs; create, manage, and delete local printers; and create and delete file shares.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa379649.aspx
Well-known SIDs
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_Identifier
Security Identifier

Converting SID to names and inside out.

Use 'PsGetSid' utility from Sysinternals:

cmd> PsGetSid S-1-3-0
cmd> PsGetSid "\NULL SID"


ASP.NET: Forms Authenthication against XML file

clock September 21, 2014 21:36 by author Administrator

HowTo



ASP.Net Menu

clock September 21, 2014 21:35 by author Administrator

Article



Mastering FTP with ISS

clock September 21, 2014 21:35 by author Administrator

Part1

How To Set Up FTP Access for Multiple Users with User Isolation



LogParser

clock September 21, 2014 21:30 by author Administrator

How-To Download

Article with 50 Examples. here more.

Forum and Intro

LogParser Studio Intro



Messung Luftfeuchtigkeit

clock September 14, 2014 21:11 by author Administrator

Artikel



SharpDevelop

clock September 7, 2014 03:15 by author Administrator

link



GEO data logger

clock September 6, 2014 23:59 by author Administrator

Article project



SensoDuino: Log and Transmit Android Sensors to Arduino & PC via Bluetooth

clock September 6, 2014 22:59 by author Administrator

link

App video

 

Modify The HC-05 Bluetooth Module Defaults Using AT Commands:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Modify-The-HC-05-Bluetooth-Module-Defaults-Using-A

http://www.techbitar.com/modify-the-hc-05-bluetooth-module-defaults-using-at-commands.html

 

Resources



Exploring manifest

clock September 1, 2014 05:31 by author Administrator

article



SQLite

clock August 31, 2014 07:18 by author Administrator

Intro 

SQL

SQL2

SQLite Administrator

Wrapper Litex AxPack

ADO.Net Provider and usage

Powershell

ODBC



Pareto Chart

clock August 24, 2014 02:15 by author Administrator

here



WIN8 - Arduino Driver Install

clock August 24, 2014 02:05 by author Administrator

Install Arduino Driver on WIN8 with disable driver signature



Bitlocker Recovery Key Backup

clock August 24, 2014 02:04 by author Administrator

here



Socket Programming

clock August 23, 2014 22:03 by author Administrator

Tutorial



Aktivieren der Windows Installer-Protokollierung

clock August 18, 2014 04:45 by author Administrator

Wenn Sie die Windows Installer-Protokollierung manuell aktivieren möchten, öffnen Sie die Registrierung mit "Regedt32.exe", und erstellen Sie den folgenden Pfad und die folgenden Schlüssel:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer

Reg_SZ: Logging
Wert: voicewarmupx

Die Reihenfolge der Buchstaben im Wertfeld ist beliebig. Jeder Buchstabe aktiviert einen anderen Protokollierungsmodus. Die jeweilige Funktion der verschiedenen Buchstaben ist in der MSI-Version 1.1 wie folgt:

v - Ausführliche Protokollierung.
o - Meldungen zu nicht ausreichendem Festplattenspeicher
i - Statusmeldungen.
c - Ursprüngliche Benutzeroberflächenparameter
e - Alle Fehlermeldungen.
w - Nicht schwerwiegende Warnmeldungen.
a - Starten von Aktionen.
r - Aktionsspezifische Datensätze
m - Nicht genügend Arbeitsspeicher oder Informationen zu Programmabstürzen
u - Benutzeranforderungen.
p - Terminaleigenschaften.
+ - An vorhandene Protokolldatei anhängen
! - Schreibt jede Zeile in die Protokolldatei
x - Zusätzliche Debugginginformationen. Das Flag "x" ist nur auf Windows Server 2003-Betriebssystemen und höher sowie in MSI Redistributable Version 3.0 und höher verfügbar.

"*" - Platzhalter, Protokollierung aller Informationen mit Ausnahme der Optionen "v" und "x". Um die Optionen "v" und "x" hinzuzufügen, geben Sie "/l*vx" ein.

Hinweis Diese Option sollte nur für Problembehandlungszwecke verwendet werden und nicht dauerhaft aktiviert sein, da sie nachteilige Auswirkungen auf Systemleistung und Speicherplatz hat. Bei jeder Verwendung des Hilfsprogramms "Software" in der Systemsteuerung wird eine neue Datei "Msi*.log" erstellt.

Aktivieren der Windows Installer-Protokollierung mit Gruppenrichtlinien

Sie können die Protokollierung mit Gruppenrichtlinien aktivieren, indem Sie die entsprechende Gruppenrichtlinie für die Organisationseinheit oder das Verzeichnis bearbeiten. Unter Gruppenrichtlinien expandieren Sie Computerkonfiguration, expandieren Sie Administrative Vorlagen, expandieren Sie Windows-Komponenten und wählen Sie dann die Option Windows Installer.

Doppelklicken Sie auf Protokollierung, und klicken Sie anschließend auf Aktiviert. In das Feld Protokollierung geben Sie die zu protokollierenden Optionen ein. Die Protokolldatei "Msi.log" wird im Ordner "Temp" des Systemdatenträgers angezeigt.

Weitere Informationen zur MSI-Protokollierung finden Sie in der Windows-Hilfe. Verwenden Sie dazu den Suchbegriff "MSI-Protokollierung" und lesen Sie dann das Thema "Verwalten von Optionen für den Computer mit Hilfe von Gruppenrichtlinien".

HinweisDas Flag "x" ist auf Windows Server 2003-Betriebssystemen und höher sowie in MSI Redistributable Version 3.0 und höher standardmäßig verfügbar.



Installing .Net Framework 4.5.x

clock August 17, 2014 23:08 by author Administrator

overview



Hashing Passwords

clock August 16, 2014 20:26 by author Administrator

Nice article 

The tutorial allows a bit to play with SQL-injection, and then describes the usage of salt and pepper for hashing.