I am trying to figure out whether it’s safe to let a payed software check its own license date validity using the client’s computer
the way this is done is by invoking time.time() function from python and comparing it to the hashed license expiry date. if the time.time() returns anything after the expiry date than the software throws a license expired error.
The concern I have is whether it’s possible for someone to change some system variables and get time.time() function return a different difference since epoch than the real actual one.
I'm having a hard time finding an alternative for an adult payment processor company.
I've been using CCbill for a few years without problems but they're charging me 16% + 5% (security deposit that i only see back in 6 months), so 21% for any sale i make i find it almost a robbery, i just tolerate it because they're credible and trustworthy company that always pays on time and have good client support, however i'm expanding my business and expect high increase on sales in the upcoming…
Alternatives to CCBill or Epoch
If I want to do a Epoch Chargeback on a website I bought coins from do I need to pay any fees?
I am analyzing malware and I see that two executables when run in a sandbox made DNS requests for www.epochconverter.com
Why would an attacker risk detection by making a network request to epochconverter.com? What is it necessary for?
Im doing a lab running a php webserver.
Theres an admin page that POSTs “username=foo&password=bar&login-1558201477=”
The “login-(epoch) ” is converted from the http response timestamp as a hidden field.
I’ve tried using burp intruder to grab the token and substituting it on every new POST request made, in an attempt to brute force the login page. I’ve also tried to write a python script to do the same as intruder did.
Both attempts did not work, am I doing something wrong?
The hint for this lab is to brute force the login page bypassing the anti-csrf token which is “login-(epoch) ”
I am trying to convert date time in epoch to UTC human readable format, I have tried this and this gives me the result in CET but wrong result.
perl -e 'print scalar localtime(1549950859468 / 1000) Tue Feb 12 06:54:19 2019
How should it be done in any help ?