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Enabling advanced CLI on HP v1950 Switches

<HPE>xtd-cli-modeAll commands can be displayed and executed in extended CLI mode. Switch to extended CLI mode? [Y/N] :YPassword: foes-bent-pile-atom-shipWarning: Extended CLI mode is intended for developers to test the system. Before using commands in extended CLI mode, contact the Technical Support and make sure you know the potential impact on the device and the network.

Email spoofing

The goal of email spoofing is to trick the user into thinking an email is from a known and trusted source. Spoofing is done through the manipulation of email elements that are visible to the recipient, primarily the “Body From” field. A spoofed email can be partial or full: Partial Spoof: A partial spoof occurs when […]

Default Password

A default password is a password (usually “123”, “admin”, “root”, “password”, “”, “secret”, or “access”) assigned to a program or hardware device by the developer or manufacturer. … Therefore, it is always recommended that you change your default password to a password only you would know.   Default Router Username and Password List Router Brand […]

Outlook on a Mac Keeps asking for password

I have deleted/repaired keychain but nothing has worked. It does save password for a few hours, but then forgets it. For Exchange I had this problem and a few others – this is how I fixed it: Take a note of exchange server settings in Outlook->Preference, select the account click advance. Locate your account setup file […]

Shrew Soft Mac OSX vpn client

Shrew Soft have a Mac OSX port of the VPN client based on the head ( 2.2.x ) sources. It seems that it requires more testing, but it appears to be more or less stable. There are two requirements / dependency before running the native install package (.dmg file) 1) Install the LGPL Qt Framework […]

Adjusting Mac Mail Mark As Read Behavior from the Command Line

Adjusting Mail Mark As Read Behavior from the Command Line Launch the Terminal Set the delay to 2 seconds with the following: defaults write com.apple.Mail MarkAsReadDelay 2 Replace the two on the end with any number to change the delay to that many seconds.  You can also remove the delay with the following defaults write command: defaults […]