On January 6, 2012, an unknown hacker published a website article detailing how to change the status of an arbitrary WhatsApp user, as long as the phone number was known. To make it work, it only required a restart of the app.
We are going to be building a similar feature in a make-believe iOS chat application. We are going to be using Pusher to implement realtime features to the application so that when someone posts a new status update you can see it change in realtime.
The default procedure serves two basic purposes. One is to specify how your application should be invoked to open an arbitrary file type. You could, for instance, use a command-line flag to indicate that an unknown file type is being opened. The other purpose is to define the various characteristics of a file type, such as the shortcut menu items and the icon. If a user associates your application with an additional file type, that class will have these characteristics. If the additional file type was previously associated with another application, these characteristics will replace the originals.
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Although user agents are unified in preventing the Web Share API from being used in third-party context, at the time of publication there are interoperability with relying on the Permissions Policy to enable the API in third-party contexts. In particular, although the allow attribute is widely supported, the updated syntax for the allow attribute is not. Similarly, the Permissions-Policy: HTTP header is not yet widely supported. Developers are advised to check the implementation status of the Permissions Policy specification before relying on it to enable the Web Share API in third-party contexts.
Microsoft has introduced password filters as a method for systems administrators to enforce password policies and change notification. Filters are used to validate new passwords and to ensure that these are aligned with the password policy in place and no passwords are used that might be compliant with the domain policy but considered weak. For example a password with 8 characters length might be acceptable by the group policy however if it is in the form of $companyname123 or Spring2020 is considered weak since these passwords could be used by an attacker during a brute force attack. Password filters assist administrators to prevent these type of passwords in order users to choose more unique passwords.
During red team assessments password filters can be used as method to retrieve credentials from domain users (domain controller) or local accounts (local computer). This is because a password filter in order to perform the password validation requires from the Local Security Authority (LSA) the password of the user in plain-text. Therefore installing and registering an arbitrary password filter could be used to harvest credentials every time a user changes his password. This technique requires elevated access (local administrator) and can be implemented in three stages: 2b1af7f3a8