Decoding WebSphere passwords

Older versions of IBM WebSphere encodes its passwords with a simple algorithm. These passwords are not encrypted and it has been known for long that decoding them is fairly simple. So far the presented methods did not always suit my needs, so I created yet another decoder. It is created in JavaScript for reasons I will describe below.

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categorie(s): security, technology, websphere, work | 18 Comments

SSH login with a certificate (Windows)

One of the most convenient ways to login to a server with SSH, is with certificates. Although the principle is pretty well documented all over the internet, I still found some issues setting it up myself from my Windows laptop, hence this walk through.

I have tried to make a simple, condensed walk through. It does require that you know what SSH is and how to use PuTTY.

(I also created a Mac OSX walk through)
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categorie(s): security, technology, work | 4 Comments

SSH login with a certificate (OSX)

One of the most convenient ways to login to a server with SSH, is with certificates. Although the principle is pretty well documented all over the internet, I still found some issues setting it up myself from my Mac, hence this walk through.

I have tried to make a simple, condensed walk through. It does require that you know what SSH is and how to use it.

(I also created Windows/PuTTY walk through)

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categorie(s): security, technology, work | 3 Comments

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