Time

Tiempo que tarda en ejecutarse un comando en PowerShell

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Mostrar Eventos de Aplicación con PowerShell

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This information concerns the security of your account (SCAM)

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NUNCA HAY QUE HACER CASO A ESTE TIPO DE CORREOS SON UN TIMO. Esto ha llegado hoy a mi correo: Hi! I am a hacker who has access to your operating system. I also have full access to your account: At the time of hacking your account(@gmail.com) had this password: You can say: this is my, but old password! Or: I can change my password at any time! Of course! You will be right, but the fact is that when you change the password, my malicious code every time saved a new one! I’ve been watching you for a few […]


Saber quién inició sesión en el sistema operativo de forma detallada analizando el registro de eventos de Windows (se requieren privilegios de administrador)

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pspy – unprivileged linux process snooping

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pspy is a command line tool designed to snoop on processes without need for root permissions. It allows you to see commands run by other users, cron jobs, etc. as they execute. Great for enumeration of Linux systems in CTFs. Also great to demonstrate your colleagues why passing secrets as arguments on the command line is a bad idea. The tool gathers it’s info from procfs scans. Inotify watchers placed on selected parts of the file system trigger these scans to catch short-lived processes. Getting started Get the tool onto the Linux machine you want to inspect. First get the […]


forkstat

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Forkstat is a program that logs process fork(), exec() and exit() activity. It is useful for monitoring system behaviour and to track down rogue processes that are spawning off processes and potentially abusing the system. Note that forkstat uses the Linux netlink connector to gather process activity and this may miss events if the system is overly busy. Netlink connector also requires root privilege. forkstat command line options: -d strip off the directory path from the process name -D specify run duration in seconds. -e select which events to monitor. -h show brief help summary -l set stdout to line-buffered […]


How to make an offline mirror copy of a website with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)?

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Ver las coordenadas GPS en un dispositivo Android

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activity_main.xml

AndroidManifest.xml

MainActivity.java


Realizar petición HTTP utilizando el método POST en Android con Volley

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activity_main.xml

AndroidManifest.xml

MainActivity.java

build.gradle (Module: app)


Process Monitor v3.40

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Introduction Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry and process/thread activity. It combines the features of two legacy Sysinternals utilities, Filemon and Regmon, and adds an extensive list of enhancements including rich and non-destructive filtering, comprehensive event properties such session IDs and user names, reliable process information, full thread stacks with integrated symbol support for each operation, simultaneous logging to a file, and much more. Its uniquely powerful features will make Process Monitor a core utility in your system troubleshooting and malware hunting toolkit. Download https://docs.microsoft.com/es-es/sysinternals/downloads/procmon