sc queryex type=service state=all
Find by specific name pattern:
| find /i "srvcname"
Also by PowerShell:
Get-Service | Where-Object {$_.displayName.StartsWith("NATION-")} | Select name

You know Kali and you’re Arch fan? Now, you can try this: BlackArch!


To use, a PERL interpreter is needed to be installed in Windows.
After installation there should be an ENV variable to be available through CLI, so now open CMD (Windows+R) as an Administrator(!), and type:
install local::lib
install App::cpanminus

Which installs the compilers, which now needs to be configured:
cpanm install -f Switch

Now, use it:

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Posted: 24 March 2016 in ITsec
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UFC-Que Choisir publish a list of 185 cosmetics that has toxic ingredients for human body, especially the ones that involves hormonal state of organism. In almost one-third there was a filter which penetrates skin and behaves as a hormone…

This list should be known to everyone so here you are.

The worst thing is this list is that… it also has products for kids. That’s very sad. Companies should prioritize little humans not only as consumers who buys their stuff.

Apparently, Windows >8 IDT driver from Dell is a thing. Sometimes audio drivers stops working correctly, and one way to resolve this is to reinstall the IDT driver (with HD audio). But, you can always use a method that don’t involve restart of the computer:

1. Open the Device Manager (type devmgmt.msc in the search box and hit Enter).
2. Expand the “Sound, video & game controllers” and right click on “IDT High Definition Audio Codec”.
3. Select to “Update Driver Software”.
4. Click on “Browse my computer for driver software”.
5. Click “Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer”.
6. Put a check in the box “Show compatible hardware” if not already checked.
7. In the list of devices, click “High Definition Audio” (the native driver).
8. Click “Next”.
9. On the Update Driver Warning box, click “Yes” (install the driver).

As far as galaxy expands – everyone knows that Dell Data Protection does not like to work with Windows 10, so you cannot use biometric features like fingerprint or smartcard reader tho. But there’s a method for this:

1. Download Dell Data Protection Security Tools (newest):
2. Download Dell ControlVault Firmware package (newest):
3. Download Dell ControlVault Win10 Driver:
4. Install Dell Data Protection Security Tools (normal wizard installation)
5. Extract Dell ControlVault Firmware and DellControlVault Win10 Driver
6. Go to folder: C:\DELL\Drivers\P5T4G and start/install CVHCI64.msi
7. Go to folder: C:\DELL\Drivers\X4KKD\ControlVault_Setup_X4KKD_A00\firmware and start ushupgrade.exe (FIRMWARE UPDATE!)
8. If 7. gives you error or do nothing go to folder: C:\DELL\Drivers\X4KKD\ControlVault_Setup_X4KKD_A00\WinPE64 and start wpeushupgrade64.exe
9. Reboot the computer
10. Login with password and start DPD Console, from there: Enrollments, and set up your fingers by swiping them 4 times (please select at least two fingers or a dick – for better security purposes)
11. Reboot the computer and swipe on the login screen… voila.

For Domain Users:
1. Ask System Administrator to set up GPO features:
2. Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Biometrics: Allow domain users to log on using biometrics
3. Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Biometrics: Allow the use of biometrics
4. Computer Confguration\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy: Turn off Local Group Policy objects processing