AP not responding ARP packet injection (arp-replay attack)

I’m trying to learn and practice ARP Replay attack.

I’ve configured my AP for a WEP encryption. I’ve associated my wireless adapter in monitor mode to the router using –fakeauth. Command as below:

aireplay-ng –fakeauth 0 -a (target AP MAC) -h (Adapter MAC)

As far as my knowledge goes(please feel free to correct me), on running the arp-replay command the AP will be forced to send an ARP Packet which my wireless adapter would capture and resend the same thereby increasing traffic.

My problem is that my AP is either not responding or refusing to send an ARP packet . My wireless adapter has read about 9000 packets but yet no cigar. I’m not even able to read a single ARP packet. This is the command :

aireplay-ng –arpreplay -b (target AP MAC) -h (Adapter MAC)

Where am I going wrong?

GSA SER not responding when testing Proxies

I have yesterday (20200106) registered and bought current version (14.24) of GSA SER. Because I yet need to more details for the Project, I just started with adding and testing proxies. No matter what was the threads value set to, it was still freezing. During the time of proxies scrapping and testing was not running any other application. In the Task Manager was shown, that the impact on the system is “Very High”. The Configuration of my system is as follows: Windows 10 PRO 1909 64-bit, AMD 3,9GHZ, 8GB DDR4, 2TB SSD, 500Mbps).
note: this was experienced even in older versions during summer (not sure what exactly was the version though).
Do you have any hint, how to prevent this? Thanks for your answers

What are filler words that you can use for responding to users’ saying in user interview?

In user interviews, I often say “very interesting” or “that’s an interesting point” or “very helpful” in response to users answer. “Interesting” is a perfect word choice because it has a neutral feeling, doesn’t really mean good or bad. Sometimes it would be very repetitive for keep saying those in a long conversation. Would you suggest any other phrases or words to response to users?

Specific keys on keyboard stop responding at random times

For a while I’m struggling to figure out and fix this issue on my portable laptop (Asus TP200SA, intel atom, 2GB) running ubuntu 18.04 and Linux Mint 19.2. Kernel 4.10.0-38

At random times, a particular set of keys i.e. w, 3, ->(arrow), s stops working. Even a reboot/shutdown doesn’t help.

Is there a way:

I can get some diagnostic information so that I can get an idea whats the underlying issue?

  • restart the builtin keyboard/driver, if possible?

  • I’ve searched around a lot on internet and couldn’t find anyone with similar issue. At best people have encountered issue of certain keys not working at all but my case is random cease in their functions.

Initially I suspected low free memory (200Mb/2Gb) was somehow responsible but in that case a clean reboot should get rid of it, however, it wasn’t the case and didn’t solve.

I also suspect there maybe some X11 underlying bug responsible, intercepting the key input however, not processing it but I don’t know how to debug and get diagonistic information about X11.

Any helpful tips, suggestions and insights will be looked forward. Thanks in advance fellows!

Why did Siri stop responding to “Hey Siri” on iPhone X iOS 12.3.1?

Since late March/early April of 2019, which means since iOS 12.2 through 12.3.1 Siri stop responding to “Hey Siri” on my iPhone X. I purchased the iPhone new in January 2018, and it has incurred any damage or misuse.

Sometime in 2017, I began to use “Hey Siri” to do things like play songs from a playlist, call the family, get directions to a new contact’s residence, etc. The reason is that I often do not have a free hand to access the phone because I am a parent to a special needs child, and “Hey Siri” was very helpful.

Now I am frustrated, because:

The only way I can access Siri is via the sidebar.

I have reset the phone more than once, Siri still does not work.

I have turned off Siri and turned it back on, no change.

Do any of you have even any suggestions on how I might troubleshoot and get Siri to respond to “Hey Siri?”

eNom not responding

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Why is haproxy responding with a 403 when using path_beg?

global         maxconn 1024         tune.ssl.default-dh-param 2048      defaults         mode http         timeout connect 5000ms         timeout client 50000ms         timeout server 50000ms       frontend https-in         log /dev/log local0 info         option httplog          bind *:443 ssl crt /etc/nixos/configs/ssl.crt crt /etc/nixos/configs/ssl-kazik.crt         acl letsencrypt-acl path_beg /.well-known/acme-challenge/         use_backend letsencrypt-backend if letsencrypt-acl           default_backend trycatchchris      frontend http-in       bind *:80       mode http       redirect scheme https code 301      backend letsencrypt-backend         server letsencrypt      backend trycatchchris         option redispatch         option forwardfor          server server1 maxconn 32 # nginx cache 

The above generates a 403 if I curl curl -vk https://trycatchchris.co.uk/.well-known/acme-challenge/cJOk3r881HmkQIm4lSksSvN7H4MHPMGzXtpN2.

Which is odd, there isn’t any deny rules as far as I can see? Other pages work fine (without the well-known/acme-challenge/ prefix).

MySQL not responding?

I’ve managed to set up a running webserver from Ubuntu a couple days ago, but for some reasons it doesnt work since this afternoon ?

MySQL seems to be stuck somehow, here is the status :

root@localhost:~# systemctl status mysql.service ‚óŹ mysql.service - MySQL Community Server    Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/mysql.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)    Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Fri 2019-05-31 14:49:29 UTC; 18s ago   Process: 856 ExecStartPre=/usr/share/mysql/mysql-systemd-start pre (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)  May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: mysql.service: Service hold-off time over, scheduling restart. May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: mysql.service: Scheduled restart job, restart counter is at 5. May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: Stopped MySQL Community Server. May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: mysql.service: Start request repeated too quickly. May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: mysql.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'. May 31 14:49:29 localhost systemd[1]: Failed to start MySQL Community Server. 

I tried to reboot the server, but it didn’t change anything.

I’ve no idea why this is happening, since I didn’t make any changes to MySQL in the past hours. Possibly relevant things are: I added Cloudflare to my website, or I also change the owner of all File/Folder of the wordpress installation (so it allows WordPress to updates plugins etc.). Maybe this owner change had an impact on the fact that MySQL cannot connect any longer with root?