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William Ghote: "Lotus Notes Password Hash Redux" (BSides Las Vegas 2012) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

William Ghote: "Lotus Notes Password Hash Redux"

Despite publication of CVE-2007-0977, CVE-2005-2696, and CVE-2005-2428, enterprises continue expose their users' password hashes through insecure deployments of Lotus Notes and related products (Quickr, Sametime, etc.). Over the past year, hashes were collected from approximately 600 sites. Vulnerable sites are not limited to the software versions described by the CVE notices, but also include the latest software releases from IBM. Public and private sector across every conceivable industry with exposures were discovered.

This presentation will highlight the impact of these exposures by demonstrating techniques for discovering vulnerable web sites via web searches (Google and ERIPP), new scripts for acquiring password hashes from web sites were developed to accelerate download times when compared with existing scripts. Prior work from other researchers was also used in some cases; proper attribution will be given to these where referenced.


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