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comment How do you find what process is holding a file open in Windows?
It doesn't help for non executive file i.g. a text file. I need to know who is writing to a log file. Any idea?
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answered NTFS permissions: how to make a folder read only for a group, but give write permission for only one member of this group?
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comment How to control source IP addresses from a multihomed server?
End users have multihomed servers ?! I've simplified a sophisticated problem here to minimize confusion. I use Windows server 2008 as OS.
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comment How to control source IP addresses from a multihomed server?
I have already written a sample project which takes a URL and IP address and browse the address with given IP address. The problem is my project is a simple project which returns HTML as text and it cannot render the page. I need an advanced browser with the same functionality.
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accepted Too many csrss.exe, LogonUI.exe, svchost.exe and winlogon.exe in task manager
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comment Too many csrss.exe, LogonUI.exe, svchost.exe and winlogon.exe in task manager
@ joeqwerty: I do it right know. The problem is if VPN server goes down I cannot access my server but for now it seems the best solution. Thanks.
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comment Too many csrss.exe, LogonUI.exe, svchost.exe and winlogon.exe in task manager
I need blocking IP after x failed logins. Attacker even uses invalid usernames but this utilizes server resources specially because he does it in a DoS way (may concurrent requests).
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comment Too many csrss.exe, LogonUI.exe, svchost.exe and winlogon.exe in task manager
Yes, I allow RDP since I should control server myself. Unfortunately I don't have a valid (permenant) IP address for creating inbound rule but I have blocked attacker IP addresses manually. Is there any way to do it automatically based on frequency on failed logins ?
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revised Too many csrss.exe, LogonUI.exe, svchost.exe and winlogon.exe in task manager
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