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Wireless internet connection validating identity

Stage 2: Weaponization Throughout the spear-phishing campaign, threat actors used email attachments to leverage legitimate Microsoft Office functions to retrieve a document from a remote server using the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol.(An example of this request is: file[:]///Normal.dotm).

Just copy the DIR-655 router name, security the computers wireless adapter should fix the in to the router with the computer that can, you know, go to advanced/network filter, check that MAC filtering is disabled, the go to WIFI protected setup, check that it is disabled, usually the DIR-655 has at least one of them enabled by default Ummm, my wireless laptop never had problem with validating identity only 2 wired computers are should validating identity.

All 3 of our computers can get into the router (2 wired and 1 wireless).

Those were there as soon as I installed the XP on two of our desktops 2 years ago.

I never mess with those settings, obviously I know nothing about the networking LOL.

I’m not sure that is the Advanced tab you are talking about.

As you can tell I don’t know much about networking : PDuring time that I had DI-624 router.

The threat actor uses the staging targets’ networks as pivot points and malware repositories when targeting their final intended victims.

The ultimate objective of the cyber threat actors is to compromise organizational networks, which are referred throughout this alert as “intended target.”The threat actors in this campaign employed a variety of TTPs, including: DHS leveraged the Cyber Kill Chain model to analyze, discuss, and dissect malicious cyber activity.

Or perhaps it was a wireless laptop and there is no need for that tab.

For the laptop all I did was typed in the SSID name and entered the WPA2 password in Broadcom utility and off I go.

My laptop the Authentication tab wasn’t even there for me to mess with.