Thursday, April 28, 2016

Honeyports, powershell script

If its happen that you like to run your honeypot on a Windows system then Honeyport is something worth to try.
Honeyports is a powershell script that will Creates a job that listens on TCP Ports specified and when a connection is established, it can either simply log or add a local firewall rule to block the host from further connections.
The script is written by John Hoyt, Carlos Perez and Greg Foss and it’s available on https://github.com/Pwdrkeg/honeyport/

Source InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog

Friday, April 15, 2016

Are your DCs too busy to be monitored?: AD Data Collector Set solutions for long report compile times or report data deletion | Ask the Directory Services Team

Hi all, Herbert Mauerer here. In this post we’re back to talk about the built-in AD Diagnostics Data collector set available for Active Directory Performance (ADPERF) issues and how to ensure a useful report is generated when your DCs are under heavy load.

Source : Ask the Directory Services Team

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Improving Windows 10 logon time

One of the most noticeable things about Windows 10, as compared to previous iterations of the Microsoft operating system, is the amount of time it takes for the first logon—that is, the logon time when a user doesn’t have a profile on the local machine.

Source : 4sysops