DDOS attack on Windows Server Netstat

 check tcp/ip number of connection, run following commands in command prompt.=================== netstat -ano | find /i /c “:80″netstat -ano | find /i “80” ===================C:\>netstat -ano | find /i /c “:80” 14126

C:\>netstat -ano | find /i “80” TCP [::]:49154 [::]:0 LISTENING 980 UDP *:* 980 UDP *:* 980 UDP [::]:500 *:* 980



Reset Password and Force Change at Logon for an Entire OU: dsquery user “OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com” | dsmod user -pwd Password1 -mustchpwd yes

Change “company” AD attribute for all Users in an Entire OU: dsquery user “OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com” | dsmod user -company “rmohan”

Return the DN of all users in an OU: dsquery user “OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com”

“CN=User1,OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com” “CN=User2,OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com” “CN=User3,OU=Singapore,OU=Staff,DC=rmohan,DC=com”


Importing and Exporting Active Directory Data

There are two ways to import and export Active Directory data:

1. LDIFDE: Data is exported from the AD object by object to a file in the Lightweight Data Interchange Format (LDIF) that is saved with a .ldf extension. Notepad or Wordpad can be used to edit the exported data. Furthermore, this utility can create, […]

2012 Offline Domain Join – Concept

t involves 2 steps: 1. Provisioning (On Domain Controller) 2. Offline Domain Join (On Client Machine)

Provisioning In this process, it will create an account for the client machine in Active Directory and will provide a file (BLOB) which will have the complete information about the domain controller and the domain which the client machine […]


First, get some help

Get-Help What better place to start than with the command that will show how to get help with the commands. Get-Helpcan be used with any command. Maybe you’re curious how the Add-Computer command works. Simply typeGet-Help -Name Add-Computer into Powershell, hit enter, and be rewarded with command details such as Name, Synopsis, Syntax, Description, Related […]

Websphere Automation Tool ( WASIC)

WASIC is Websphere Application Server Installation and Configuraton Automation Tool.


WASIC is a tool to install, configure and administrate Websphere application server Version 6.1/7.0.

Features of WASIC:

1. Deployment Manager Installation. 2. Node Installation 3. Federate node to Deployment Manager. 4. Creating Profiles. 5. Install Update installers 6. Apply Fix Packs on Base Installation. […]

Enable Verbose On Websphere

In the Administrative console, go to Servers | Server Types | WebSphere application servers | <server_name>.

Then, under Server Infrastructure, go to Java and process management | Process definition, select Java Virtual Machine (application server), and then set the field values for the JVM settings as required and click OK:

Click Save to retain the […]

New features WAS 8

New features

There have been many internal product improvements for efficiency in both resource management and administration time saving. The following table gives an overview of new enhancements to WAS realized in version 8:


Feature/Capability Description Monitored deployments New monitored directory-based application install, update, and uninstall of Java EE application. HPEL New High […]

Websphere Aric Diagram




Port Name Default Port Value Administrative console 9060 Administrative console secure 9043 HTTP transport 9080 HTTPS transport 9443 Boostrap 2809 SIP 5060 SIP secure 5061 SOAP connector 8880 Administrative inter-process communication 9633 SAS SSL ServerAuth 9401 CSIV2 ServerAuth listener 9403 CSIV2 MultiAuth listener 9402 ORB listener 9100 High availability-manager communication 9353 […]

IIS Crypto

IIS Crypto

IIS Crypto is a free tool that gives administrators the ability to enable or disable protocols, ciphers, hashes and key exchange algorithms on Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012. It also lets you reorder SSL/TLS cipher suites offered by IIS, implement best practices with a single click and test your website.




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