Archive for 'Security' Category

Windows Firewall opens a range of ports for Passive FTP server

By admin - Last updated: Friday, August 13, 2010

Windows Firewall opens a range of ports for Passive FTP server, you can not add a range on the UI easily, but you can do it in the command line like below. Run the command in the command prompt, e.g. high port range is from 41000 to 41100 FOR /L %P IN (41000,1,41100) DO netsh […]

WCF BasicHttpBinding equivalent CustomBinding

By admin - Last updated: Wednesday, August 6, 2008

In real world , web service of WCF in basichttpbinding might not be flexible enough to meet enterprise application requirements. What programmers are looking at is a more robust way of developing web service application in WCF. CustomBinding as the name describes that it alllows users design their own web service binding. At the point, […]

WSE UsernameToken Password SendHashed – Crack

By admin - Last updated: Monday, November 12, 2007

Using ServiceCapture, Ethereal, Charles or some SOAP sniffer software to inspect the XML sent on wire. Here is XML snippet in the SOAP header. <wsse:usernametoken wsu:id=”….” xmlns:wsu=”….”>     <wsse:username>xxxxxx</wsse:username>     <wsse:password type=”….”>            fCQCp/A9wFD/Gku0L+yF/u+0leg=      </wsse:password>     <wsse:nonce>eSM7S/iT0KyA39vuWPQcPQ==</wsse:nonce>     <wsu:created>1975-12-01T05:28:36Z</wsu:created>  </wsse:usernametoken> [STAThread] static void Main() { […]