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comment nmap repeats the scan to a specific port multiple time
Yes, I know. This was a production environment and I'll have some difficulties to do some test again. I'll try to do some test in an development enviroment (or home) ;)
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comment nmap repeats the scan to a specific port multiple time
This was my guessing too. But is a guess. For OS identification does it need all these connections? (with little packet)
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comment nmap repeats the scan to a specific port multiple time
thanks @gparent I edited my post.
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comment Windows cached shared offline folders
The extension of the network, and the geolocality of the clients are the problems. The files are just a dozen and are very small. DFS is probably too much.
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comment Firewall Security Guidelines
Thanks for your infos!! Have you any links or documents? like Cisco man or SANS docs?
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asked Firewall Security Guidelines
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comment PAM, nsswitch and LDAP configuration
Thanks again :)
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comment PAM, nsswitch and LDAP configuration
Thanks a lot for the info voretaq! I did not know the difference between the two option, so I asked here. The big picture is: I'm trying to work with an LDAP who grants the authorization for some servers and it is now configured with the passwd_compat configuration. The customer had some problems and a third party told him to use pam_list. So now, I'm trying to understand the difference in order to have a clear image of the situation. Why use one instead of the other?
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comment Active Directory memberOf LDAP syntax
Solved. Sun IDM think about attributes as lists, so I had to give him the attribute as list and merge the attributes in it.
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comment Active Directory memberOf LDAP syntax
I'm using Sun IDM and I don't have the possibility to add new line like in your example. I can write only one string. There are something special chars to give to him the CR, like \n or <br>?