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Aleksandre Damasceno
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The complete username (as opposed to the simplified form used by Fritz!Boxes '1und1/1234-567@t-online.de') can be obtained from a packet capture from a Fritz!Box (if internet is so far provided via one).




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This brand new ISP in Italy is pretty easy to set up, and it is compliant to Italian law about the utilization of your own (compatible) modem/router. Also ipv6 works and ipv4The only thig to setup is a PPPOE connection with a 835 vlan on the wan port. Note that user and password are not necessary for authentication and can be whatever.


You can connect the WAN port of your router directly to the fiber termination box delivered by KPN using RJ-45. Internet will be delivered on VLAN 6 using PPPoE. The username/password combination is internet/internet. To get 1500 MTU (PPPoE is 1492 default due to 8 bytes overhead) you need to set the WAN port's MTU to 1508 bytes and then set the PPPoE interface to 1500 bytes. KPN is compliant with RFC4638.


FTTH (Fibre) and VDSL connections result in VLANs 6, and 4. That is, connecting the ethernet cable from the fibre's NTU or from the bridged VDSL modem, to your WAN port does nothing by itself. Internet is provided over a PPPoE connection over VLAN6, username and password don't matter here, as long as they are set. Thus, to bring up your WAN device which gets your public IP addresses (XS4ALL does both IPv4 and IPv6), configure like this:


Turk Telekom (a major ISP in Turkey, also known with the name TTNET) provides FTTH and FTTB services through PPPoE with VLAN tagging. You can ask customer support for your PPPoE username and password.


TalkTalk uses DHCP protocol. They use automated network authentication so there is no need for a username and password - IGMP V2/V3 proxy needs to be installed for TalkTalk TV for my setup im using separated LAN interface for this.


Openreach (a subsidiary owned by BT plc) provides fibre optic broadband to the home, with various ISPs reselling Openreach services to end users. Any provider using the Openreach FTTP network requires an ONT (Optical Network Terminal) device fitted by Openreach to provide the fibre connection to the premises. This acts as the modem that will then connect to some form of CPE or router at the customer end via ethernet.


City Fibre provide fibre networks to business and residential customers, with selected ISPs reselling the connection to end users. These include ISPs such as Vodafone, Giganet, TalkTalk and Zen Internet.


NTLM hashes are incredibly insecure but are being transmitted over the internet. Now a majority of users login with Microsoft Accounts their online accounts are in danger. 2SV would provide protection against this.


It is also important to consider the error messages you get when you have a conflict in the LMCompatibilityLevel capabilities of different systems. Effectively, the only negotiation in this entire set of protocols is NTLMv2 Session Security. Downlevel systems will ignore that flag. Therefore, the only error message you get if there is a settings conflict between client and server is that access was denied due to a bad username or password. Neither side to the transaction has the ability to determine that the issue was due to unsupported authentication protocols. This makes troubleshooting somewhat challenging.


My enhancement targets the weak spot of keysafe and is designed for exactly that kind of scenario in mind (cloud backup of encryption keys). In fact, I have been sitting down and re-designing my modified keysafe to be capable of being secured by hardware TPMs and TEEs by including a RSA encryption phase that uses the TPM or TEE hardware key that wraps the Root Device Key which in turn the user password derived key wraps and MACs the RSA encrypted RDK. This would effectively bind the RDK to a hardware backed RSA key (TPM or TEE) which is much more secure than leaving it inside a flash drive for the Root Device Key.


21.) You will see the PIN retry counter as 3 3 3 with the first number representing the PIN tries for user, the second for keeping the first PIN try counter in sync and the 3rd PIN try counter is for Admin PIN tries.22.) Carry the smart card with you whenever possible as it contains your PGP key and do not disclose any PIN information in any way.23.) To physically destroy a smart card (single chip type) take a scissors and cut across the metal plate contacts in an asterisk shape with all cuts meeting at the center of the metal plate of the smart card as the IC chip is encased directly in the center underneath the metal plate. More careful cutting (as long as the cuts all meet in the center of the metal plate) is most advisable.


The P2P user database would use common public DHT networks and one may use multiple public and private DHT networks so that scrutinizing a target would mean they have to put everyone using a DHT network as a target which makes it harder to pin point someone. 041b061a72


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