It\’s my home country, and don\’t want something to happen to them :)\r\n\r\n Best regards,\r\n Drop.’,’ ), (‘15462′,’Hello `roibm123`,\r\n Because I have an Israeli IP that is dynamic..
The hack of v DOS came about after a source was investigating a vulnerability he discovered on a similar attack-for-hire service called Poodle Stresser.
The vulnerability allowed my source to download the configuration data for Poodle Stresser’s attack servers, which pointed back to api.vdos-s[dot]com.
At any rate, looks like I'm running BITS v5 based on I've added "Athenticated Users" security settings to have "read" and "read and execute" in IIS - "Exchange Back End" - OAB - web.config and ran an iisreset Still can't get OAB...
v DOS — a “booter” service that has earned in excess of $600,000 over the past two years helping customers coordinate more than 150,000 so-called distributed denial-of-service (DDo S) attacks designed to knock Web sites offline — has been massively hacked, spilling secrets about tens of thousands of paying customers and their targets.
Poodle Stresser, as well as a large number of other booter services, appears to rely exclusively on firepower generated by v DOS.
From there, the source was able to exploit a more serious security hole in v DOS that allowed him to dump all of the service’s databases and configuration files, and to discover the true Internet address of four rented servers in Bulgaria (at Verdina.net) that are apparently being used to launch the attacks sold by v DOS.
- The exchange server (2013) is listing the Default GAL as up to date, and if I edit it in the ECP, and click to preview recipients, all the recent users are listed.
- I've had a look for the local address book and cache folders, I found the latter and renamed it - Looking in IIS I can see that the OAB site is using SSL, with client certificates set to "ignore" - I've read about BITS 2 issues, but this appears to be related only to Windows XP/2003.
Hi All, When I try to download the OAB in Outlook (2010) I get the above error code.
What I've tried: - We do have a proxy, but I've tried turning off the proxy in Internet Options in control panel (Windows 8.1 and Windows 7).
Here are a few of those responses: (‘4130′,’Hello `d0rk`,\r\n All Israeli IP ranges have been blacklisted due to security reasons.\r\n\r\n Best regards,\r\n P1st.’,’ ), (‘15462′,’Hello `g4ng`,\r\n Mh, neither.