October 2012

Batch rename files using Windows command line. for /d /r %x in (“*”) do pushd “%x” && ren *.eml *.msg && popd Recently restored about 18k emails in various folders from a PST file which exports as an .MSG formatted file. I then reconverted those .MSG to .EML format. Now, the mail server I’m using…

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There has been a recent discovery that affects BIND DNS servers. A nameserver can be locked up if it can be induced to load a specially crafted combination of resource records.  CVE-2012-5166 To check your version, issue: named -v Affected BIND DNS server versions: 9.2.x -> 9.6.x 9.4-ESV->9.4-ESV-R5-P1 9.6-ESV->9.6-ESV-R7-P3 9.7.0->9.7.6-P3 9.8.0->9.8.3-P3 9.9.0->9.9.1-P3 Upgrading to one…

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I modified the code from NothinButNet’s Glass project on CodePlex to run continuously and monitor for the following windows: PuTTY (putty.exe) Windows Command Prompt (cmd.exe) Powershell (powershell.exe) Telnet (telnet.exe) There isn’t a way to stop it once started other than killing the task (taskkill /f /im glass.exe) or however you choose. You can pass the…

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