Tag Archives: windows 8.1

HTTP Cookies – Part 3 – Chrome Cookies

Chrome Location Windows 7 onwards: %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default Unlike Internet Explorer (and like Firefox) Chrome does not use individual text files, but instead uses a SQLite database. In order to view this you will need a SQLite browser (easy to get … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 2 – Firefox

Firefox Location Windows 7 and onwards %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<profile.name>\cookies.sqlite Unlike Internet Explorer (and like Chrome) Firefox does not use individual text files for storing cookies, instead it uses a SQLite database. In order to view this you will need a SQLite browser … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 1 – Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge

Finding Internet Explorer/Edge Cookies (Windows 7-10… possibly Vista, but who uses Vista?!) Microsoft introduced a cool new way of finding your cookies. From the Run prompt or any Explorer window type “shell:cookies” and you will be taken to the Cookies … Continue reading

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Research: Decoding LanmanServer\Shares

For my first fully independent research topic I chose to look at the registry key created when an object is shared. This all started with a job we were investigating recently where the indicators we were given did not turn … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer – Basics

As IE comes bundled with Windows as standard it is often the browser (of choice?) used by a lot of organisations. Larger organisations are also often slower to update IE, in my experience, as they have integrated business critical applications … Continue reading

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