Prometheus node_exporter Metrics file discovered

I found a ‘Metrics’ file during a test containing:

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node_systemd_unit_state{name="vgauth.service",state="failed"} 0 node_systemd_unit_state{name="vgauth.service",state="inactive"} 1 # HELP node_systemd_units Summary of systemd unit states # TYPE node_systemd_units gauge node_systemd_units{state="activating"} 0 node_systemd_units{state="active"} 656 node_systemd_units{state="deactivating"} 0 node_systemd_units{state="failed"} 5 node_systemd_units{state="inactive"} 81 # HELP node_textfile_scrape_error 1 if there was an error opening or reading a file, 0 otherwise # TYPE node_textfile_scrape_error gauge node_textfile_scrape_error 0 # HELP node_time_seconds System time in seconds since epoch (1970). # TYPE node_time_seconds gauge node_time_seconds 1.5860258691063704e+09 # HELP node_timex_estimated_error_seconds Estimated error in seconds. # TYPE node_timex_estimated_error_seconds gauge node_timex_estimated_error_seconds 0 # HELP node_timex_frequency_adjustment_ratio Local clock frequency adjustment. # TYPE node_timex_frequency_adjustment_ratio gauge node_timex_frequency_adjustment_ratio 0.9999808583526612 # HELP node_timex_loop_time_constant Phase-locked loop time constant. # TYPE node_timex_loop_time_constant gauge node_timex_loop_time_constant 7 # HELP node_timex_maxerror_seconds Maximum error in seconds. # TYPE node_timex_maxerror_seconds gauge node_timex_maxerror_seconds 0.6035 # HELP node_timex_offset_seconds Time offset in between local system and reference clock. # TYPE node_timex_offset_seconds gauge node_timex_offset_seconds -7.075e-05 # HELP node_timex_pps_calibration_total Pulse per second count of calibration intervals. # TYPE node_timex_pps_calibration_total counter node_timex_pps_calibration_total 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_error_total Pulse per second count of calibration errors. # TYPE node_timex_pps_error_total counter node_timex_pps_error_total 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_frequency_hertz Pulse per second frequency. # TYPE node_timex_pps_frequency_hertz gauge node_timex_pps_frequency_hertz 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_jitter_seconds Pulse per second jitter. # TYPE node_timex_pps_jitter_seconds gauge node_timex_pps_jitter_seconds 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_jitter_total Pulse per second count of jitter limit exceeded events. # TYPE node_timex_pps_jitter_total counter node_timex_pps_jitter_total 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_shift_seconds Pulse per second interval duration. # TYPE node_timex_pps_shift_seconds gauge node_timex_pps_shift_seconds 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_stability_exceeded_total Pulse per second count of stability limit exceeded events. # TYPE node_timex_pps_stability_exceeded_total counter node_timex_pps_stability_exceeded_total 0 # HELP node_timex_pps_stability_hertz Pulse per second stability, average of recent frequency changes. # TYPE node_timex_pps_stability_hertz gauge node_timex_pps_stability_hertz 0 # HELP node_timex_status Value of the status array bits. # TYPE node_timex_status gauge node_timex_status 8193 # HELP node_timex_sync_status Is clock synchronized to a reliable server (1 = yes, 0 = no). # TYPE node_timex_sync_status gauge node_timex_sync_status 1 # HELP node_timex_tai_offset_seconds International Atomic Time (TAI) offset. # TYPE node_timex_tai_offset_seconds gauge node_timex_tai_offset_seconds 0 # HELP node_timex_tick_seconds Seconds between clock ticks. # TYPE node_timex_tick_seconds gauge node_timex_tick_seconds 0.01 promhttp_metric_handler_requests_total{code="500"} 0 promhttp_metric_handler_requests_total{code="503"} 0 

Is this useful?

gpg – Cannot import public key from asc file

The title speaks all. I’m using Windows 10 Home with GPG version 2.2.19.

Whenever I try to import the asc file for Tor Browser using the command gpg --import torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe.asc, I get this fancy error:

gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. 

Likewise, this also happens when trying to verify the installer itself with the key file by using the command gpg --verify torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe.asc torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe:

gpg: Signature made 03/22/20 10:42:09 Eastern Daylight Time gpg:                using RSA key EB774491D9FF06E2 gpg: Can't check signature: No public key 

Trying the answers in the tons of other guides here haven’t helped whatsoever. Can I get some help?

SEO Rewrite , URI Without .php Extension To file [duplicate]

I have website with this output Link :

https://domain1.net/estates.php?estname=XXXX&location=YYYYY 

I want change it to :

https://domain1.net/XXXXX/YYYYY 

I try it with following rewrite rule :

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^([^/]*)/([^/]*)/?$   /estates.php?estname=$  1&location=$  2 [L] 

or

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^([^-]*)/([^-]*)/?$   /estates.php?estname=$  1&location=$  2 [L] 

but result not work fins , means when test it site design break down and pic and CSS element not loading .

How does a File System handle an internal edit to a file?

When you edit information in a file, but you add in more information than was already present, how does the file system handle it without an overflow into the next section of the file?

Here’s an example. Consider having statements 1-12 in a 512-byte block, and you had statements 13-24 in the next 512-byte block. [Image 1] These blocks are both part of the same file. If you edited the first block, so you add another few New Statements [Image 2] past statement 12, this would overflow into the next block (statements 13-24). How would this condition be handled? Through shifting all the statements ahead of the added statement forward, or putting the new edit in a completely separate new block?

(sorry if the pictures or wording are a bit improper; this is my first time)

Unedited Blocks

Edited Blocks

If site provides MD5 to check file, can’t the comparison string also not be modified?

I am new to this so please bear with me. I was downloading a VM image and I was told to check the MD5. Naturally, I did but wondered,

If a hacker would change the file to be downloaded from the site, wouldn’t the hacker also be able to change the checksum on the site to make the file look genuine?

If this is the case, wouldn’t this defeat the purpose or is the checksum not really meant for hackers but only problematic downloads over a network?

Industry secure file format like .OFX Open Financial Exchange File [closed]

The .OFX Open Financial Exchange File is a file format created for financial data exchanges between financial institutions.

I was wondering if in the IT security realm, such a file format exists.

My goal would be to use and customize it so that my backend API entry points (that is another story, don’t worry about that)

save xevent target file in specific folder dynamically in sql server

i need to create an xevent in sql server to capture all the executed queries while my server is running and to save them in a file under a folder with the database name.

so my problem is i need to save the file in a dynamic path ( with variables..etc) :

here is the code : DECLARE @file varchar(50); declare @path nvarchar(250); SET @file = ‘D:\XE\’+DB_NAME() set @path = ‘D:\XE\’+DB_NAME()+’day’; EXECUTE master.dbo.xp_create_subdir @file CREATE EVENT SESSION newSession1 ON SERVER ADD EVENT sqlserver.sql_statement_completed ( ACTION (sqlserver.sql_text, sqlserver.tsql_stack, sqlserver.client_app_name, sqlserver.client_hostname, sqlserver.username ) WHERE ( sqlserver.database_name = ‘School’ ) ), ADD EVENT sqlserver.sql_statement_starting ( ACTION (sqlserver.sql_text, sqlserver.tsql_stack, sqlserver.client_app_name, sqlserver.client_hostname, sqlserver.username ) WHERE ( sqlserver.database_name = ‘School’)
) ADD target package0.event_file(SET filename=N@path) WITH (MAX_MEMORY=4096 KB,EVENT_RETENTION_MODE=ALLOW_SINGLE_EVENT_LOSS,MAX_DISPATCH_LATENCY=30 SECONDS,MAX_EVENT_SIZE=0 KB,MEMORY_PARTITION_MODE=NONE,TRACK_CAUSALITY=OFF,STARTUP_STATE=OFF) GO

this code shows an error in set Filename = @path.

any help please ?

PS: i need to do with the code because iam going to include it in c# project method. thanks in advance

Using Windows Registry and File Forensic Locations in Investigations

There are a number of forensically-useful areas in the Windows registry and file system like those detailed in this SANS Poster. I’ve found this data can be really useful when I’m conducting investigations.

I was curious about how much others take advantage of this data.

  1. Do you use the data found in those locations as part of your investigations?
  2. What tool(s) do you use to extract the data from those locations?
  3. What tool(s) do you use to visualize/interact with the data you’ve extracted?
  4. Do you bring that data you’ve extracted into your SIEM?
  5. Do you use any dashboards/add-ons/apps within your SIEM to interact with that data?