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Seriously, fuck the Czech Post... China Post was able to figure out the fastest route and load the package onto a plane in 3 freaking days while I can only guess the package was in Czech Republic on 15th of April and it spent 8 days at the customs and now it is sitting somewhere in a warehouse that is literally around the corner from where I live (less than 1km) and I can't just go and pick it up from there so that I don't have to wait for them to finally wake up after half a month and deliver it because there is fucking no one there. How the fuck are they not going bankrupt?!! If I was sending something and it took them one month to notice it I surely would not be using their services again... And their tracking system is the worst I have ever seen. Even compared to Slovak Post the Czech Post is a steaming pile of shit.
Oh... and I ordered an RTL-SDR kit because I want to record and decode the TETRA radio communication that the DPP (Prague Transportation Company) is using.3
Yay, I got my RTL-SDR, receiving ADS-B and WFM radio and ATC is easy, any ideas what I should try next? (please, only suggest what the antennae in the kit can handle, I'm not planning on making any diy antennae soon)10
Which ons is less risky and which one Is most profitable to succeed ?
0- telling the admin you forgot your password and as he's logging in, sniff his password (you already placed sslstrip)
1- gain access to router using its vulnerabilities and redirect the traffic to a fake page and get the password.
2- exploiting smb port of admin's system and placing a krylogger or stealing his cookies if available
3- brute forcing admin password :/
4- pressing forgot password on admin account and staying close to him and sniff the SMS containing the otp using rtl-sdr (and of course you will be prompted to set a new password)
5- any other way .
Also the website itself is almost secure.
It is using iis 8.5 and windows server 2012
Only open ports are 80 and 443.6
Any other hams out there? Amateur radio geek here. Especially SDR (rtlsdr, gnuradio, NooElec TV tuner, DMR, etc.)