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Denver PCI Compliance Help

If your company is in any way responsible for transmitting, processing or storing cardholders’ payment information, you are required by law to have PCI Compliance. […]

CA Issues Event ID: 36871

We were faced with the following issue:   We have a certificate authority setup on a windows 2008R2 box and now when you log into […]

Dual Factor Authentication

Do you have a problem with trying to keep your passwords safe? The Denver computing consulting firm of NOYNIM has the solution to your problem. […]

Denver Computer Security

New Landscape of Computer Security   In 2013, computer analysts saw a drastic increase in the development of threats to computer security. This is by […]

Cyber Kill Chain — NOYNIM IT

Denver IT Security and Service organization NOYNIM understands and studies IT security thoroughly.  Recently NOYNIM has been doing some research on Cyber Kill Chain and […]

Denver SIEM support — RSA Envision, LogRhythm and HP ArcSight

NOYNIM is now providing Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) support.  Today many companies have stringent logging requirements.  Prior to 2012 most companies purchased simple […]

Security Tools/Data Recovery

PhotoRec is file data recovery software designed to recover lost files including video, documents and archives from Hard Disks and CDRom and lost pictures (thus, its ‘Photo Recovery’ name) from digital camera memory. PhotoRec ignores the filesystem and goes after the underlying data, so it will still work even if your media’s filesystem has been severely damaged or re-formatted.

Malware Search List

http://www.malwaredomainlist.com is a good site to visit if you want to check if a certain site is known to have malware present.

Investigating Malicious Files

This site to upload suspicious files. This site will scan your file through multiple anti-virus software. Since most people don’t run multiple AV engines on their machines they can use this site to verify if a file is legitimate.


Windump is a little different then tcpdump when looking for interfaces. Run windump -D to identify the interfaces on your windows machine. Once the NIC is identified that you want to monitor run the windump -i followed by the full NIC ID.

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