Tag Archives: Windows 10

The ASSOC command and scam using (MS-)DOS* Attack

If you want to know which file is associated with which program then we can do this by typing the following command

ASSOC is a command that displays the program and/or functionality ASSOCiated with a specific file type.
The intended victim was influenced by recent reports relating to the recent Internet Explorer bug into believing that it was possible that his machine had been infected as a consequence of that bug, and the scammer used the old ASSOC trick to convince him that one of the lines displayed by ASSOC showed his computer’s ‘unique ID’.
See example:
.ZFSendToTarget=CLSID\{xxx…}
Typical ASSOC output: the string the scammers like to use is flagged in red color.
This log entries as something more serious in order to persuade the intended victim to install remote access software such as AMMYY or TeamViewer / LetMeIn to allow the scammer to access the victim’s machine.

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Windows 10 – network monitor.

This program will help you see what connections, processes and packages are running on your workstation as well as the addresses in use.
The address from where you can take this program is this link.
As you can see from the images below, there are some inconsistencies that arise from the operation of the operating system.
I do not want to detail this issue but because they can be normal to a more special configuration.
An example is the UDP protocol – I don’t use torrents software but some software can use this protocol.
Under other conditions, they should not.

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Windows 10 – show system information.

This commands will show you information about your Windows operating system and network:

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Windows 10 – Control Panel applications tools.

Using command shell under Windows 10 ( cmd – command ) you can start the applications tools from your Control Panel.
See the table with:
name of tool : command
Accessibility Options : control access.cpl
Add/Remove Programs : control appwiz.cpl
Add Hardware Wizard : control hdwwiz.cpl
Administrative Tools : control admintools
Automatic Updates : control wuaucpl.cpl
Bluetooth Properties : control bthprops.cpl
Control Panel : control panel
Desktop Properties : control desktop
Desktop Appearances Properties : control color
Display Properties : control desk.cpl
Fastfind Properties : control findfast.cpl
Firewall Properties : control firewall.cpl
Fonts Folder : control fonts
Game Controllers : control joy.cpl
Infrared Properties : control infrared
Internet Options : control inetcpl.cpl
iSCSI Initiator : control iscsicpl.cpl
Java Control Panel : control jpicpl32.cpl
Keyboard Properties : control main.cpl keyboard
Licensing Mode : control liccpa.cpl
Mouse Properties : control main.cpl
Network Connections : control ncpa.cpl
Network Setup Wizard : control netsetup.cpl
ODBC Properties : control odbccp32.cpl
Power Options : control powercfg.cpl
Printers Folder : control printers
Regional and Language Options : control intl.cpl
Scanners and Camera Properties : control sticpl.cpl
Schedule Tasks : control schedtasks
Sound and Audio Devices : control mmsys.cpl
Stored Passwords : control keymgr.cpl
System Properties : control sysdm.cpl
Telephone and Modem Properties : control telephon.cpl
Time and Date Settings : control timedate.cpl
User Accounts : control nusrmgr.cpl
User Accounts Advances : control userpasswords2
User Passwords : control userpasswords
Windows Security Center : control wscui.cpl
Wireless Link : control irprops.cpl

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Network and Windows – Wi-Fi and invalid ip address;

Start Command Prompt as administrator and use this commands to solve this issue:

First command reset winsock and the second reset TCP/IP stack.
1. Windows Sockets API (WSA), later shortened to Winsock, is a technical specification that defines how Windows network software should access network services, especially TCP/IP;
2. This common protocol on the internet is the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).The TCP/IP stack is a complete set of networking protocols ( OSI Model of this is layer 4);

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