Month: June 2014

Display Credentials For All Previous Wireless Networks Connected To

I was at a friend’s house and needed to connect my laptop to his network. My friend was reluctant to give me password to his network and decided to type it in himself. In his mind, he was just doing his part to provide some security to his home network, so I don’t blame him but it did spark my curiosity as to was there a way to pull the password. So I fired up PowerShell and began pegging away. The below code will return SSID and passwords for all systems the computer it is read from his connected to.

Determining what profile to use when analyzing Windows memory in Volatility

No need to guess or experiment with different profiles, let Volatility figure that out for you. In testing, this worked with all formats that Volatility supports. If you were the one to do the memory dump or if the file was labeled OS information, this wouldn’t be a concern or a needed step. To let the magic happen, follow the below.

This analyzes the memory capture metadata and displays which profile is suggested to be used.

The output will be something similiar to this: