Thanks to I worked on adding Kerberos support for Apache Rampart and WSS4J during last few weeks and interop testing with WCF. Following lists some useful debugging tips I came across.. 1. How to list all the Kerberos tickets issued to the logged in client principal in Windows view plainprint? c:\Program Files (x86)\Resource Kit>klist Current LogonId is 0:0x29a6f Cached Tickets: (2) #0>     Client: administrator @ WSO2.COM         Server: krbtgt/WSO2.COM @ WSO2.COM […]

Export a Certificate with the Private Key

Link: Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 In some cases, you may want to export a certificate with its private key to store on removable media or to use on a different computer. There are some restrictions to this procedure: A private key is exportable only when it is specified in the certificate […]

How do I convert a .pfx to be used with an Apache server?

Thanks to Question: How do I convert my .pfx file to be used with an Apache server? Answer: The Apache server will require the following two files: 1 – Server.ker : the private key associated with the certificate 2 – Server.crt :  the public SSL certificate issued by Entrust Using Open SSL, you can extract the […]

3 Simple Rules to Kerberos Authentication/Delegation SPNs

Thanks to Before starting, go get the updated SetSPN if you’re using Windows 2000 or 2003. Kerb authentication via HTTP can be a complex and tricky sport… or so the experts would have you believe. (OK, I’m just trying to stir interest here. I promise I’ll stop). If you’re just using the default settings, it all tends to […]

Real time synchronization – in combination with FreeFileSync

Start RealtimeSync.exe located in FreeFileSync’s installation directory and enter all folders you want to monitor. Instead of doing this manually you can import a ffs_batch file via Menu → Program → Open. This not only extracts all directories relevant for synchronization but also sets up the command line to execute the ffs_batch file each time […]

Look before you leap into Disk Encryption

Thanks to Thinking Disk Encryption give you more peace of mind? Then think again. It’s well known that “fail to plan” means “plan to fail”. But when comes to Disk Encryption I did not see any reasonable planning on disk failure, even though I’ve googled extensively. Before I go into detail, let’s outline the […]

Block-layer Encryption

Thanks to Abstract: Block-layer encryption, also known as “whole disk encryption”, “on-disk encryption” or “full-disk encryption” is a kind of disk encryption software or hardware which encrypts every bit of data that goes onto a disk, disk partition or disk volume of some sort (LUN, RAID Volume, ordinary disk, etc.). The term “full-disk/on-disk encryption” […]

Setting up an encrypted Debian system

Thanks to Even though the Debian installer can set up encrypted partitions, it is optimised for systems with a single data partition, unless you want to enter multiple passphrases when the system boots. The installer configures a LUKS volume using cryptsetup, but it provides no mechanism for the use of key files, only interactive […]

How to unlock password protected PST(ANSI) files of MS Outlook

Thanks to Computer data and file security is one of the most critical issues for most organizations and even for the individuals. These computer files contain very crucial information of an organization or an individual. But if it falls into the wrong hands, it becomes very dangerous and a frustrating situation for them. In […]

How to deal with a corrupt PST file of Microsoft Outlook?

Thanks to In these days email has become an important part of an individual and an organization. It enables users to send and receive messages through an electronic medium. A wide range of email applications and programs are available, which are mainly used for mailing purposes. Microsoft is a well-known brand name that provides […]