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Common Services And Ports Used

DNS Domain Name System 53 POP3 Post Office Protocol 110 SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 25 SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol 160,161 NNTP Network News Transfer Protocol 119 FTP File Transfer Protocol 20,21 SSL Secure Sockets Layer 443 TELNET 23 TACACS authentication 49 HTTP 80 HTTPS 443 NetBIOS 137,138,139 IMAP 143 LDAP 389 LDAP SSL 636 SSH Secure Shell 22 AH, ESP ports 50 and 51 BOOTP server 67 UDP BOOTP Client 68 UDP TFTP 69 UDP NTP 123 BGP 179 SYSLOG 514 MSSQL 1433…


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Category 5, 5e, 6 Cable Pinout

EIA/TIA 568 A 1 White-Green 2 Green 3 White-Orange 4 Blue 5 White-Blue 6 Orange 7 White-Brown 8 Brown EIA/TIA 568 B 1 White-Orange 2 Orange 3 White-Green 4 Blue 5 White-Blue 6 Green 7 White-Brown 8 Brown Crossover Cable 1 White-Orange 1 White-Green 2 Orange 2 Green 3 White-Green 3 White-Orange 4 Blue 4 Blue 5 White-Blue 5 White-Blue 6 Green 6 Orange 7 White-Brown 7 White-Brown 8 Brown 8 Brown Gigabit Crossover- Uses 4 pairs for transmission, double cross 1 White-Orange 1 White-Green…

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Sniffer Cable Pinout

The sniffer cable is needed to connect a sniffer to an ethernet┬áhub, but not transmit any data that may reveal the sniffer’s existence. This cable will return an inverted version of anything sent to the interface. The pinout for this cable is from the book Windows Forensics, by Chad Steel (ISBN 0-470-03862-4), but can also be found at dgonzalez.net, along with other useful pinouts for receive-only cables. Orange White TD+ (pin 1) Orange TD- (pin 2) Green White RD+ (pin 3) Green RD- (pin 6)…

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66 Block 25 Pair Pinout

punch order for a 66 block with a 25 pair cable. 1. white blue 2. blue white 3. white orange 4. orange white 5. white green 6. green white 7. white brown 8. brown white 9. white gray 10. gray white 11. red blue 12. blue red 13. red orange 14. orange red 15. red green 16 green red 17 red brown 18 brown red 19. red gray 20. gray red 21 black blue 22. blue black 23. black orange 24. orange black 25. black…

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Symantec’s NoNav Utility

NoNav is a utility provided by Symantec tech support. Sometimes, a Symantec Corporate AntiVirus installation fails for a client, and one of the recommended remediation practices is to remove the app manually. The problem with doing this is the number of steps in the process, including visiting hundreds of locations in the Windows registry to see if certain keys exist and if so, deleting them. For one box, this is a process. For five boxes, this is a project. You could try scripting this, or…

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