This is the LDAP user for this specific host. The base.ugldapbindcred entry and the "Messaging End User Administrator" actually refer to the same password, which is set both in the option and in the userPassword attribute for that user in the LDAP directory. The password is generated randomly by initial configuration and is only used by one single Messaging Server host to bind to the LDAP directory server to perform searches.
To help mitigate replay attacks, an online banking application may require that client use a one-time password (OTP) when submitting transactions.An OTP is a frequently changing value that is known to both the client and the server.Several one-time password schemes exist, most of which make use of a cryptographic hash function with a shared seed between client and server.Periodically the client and server update to a new hash based on the seed and without the seed it is impossible to know what the next hash will be.By using an OTP anyone who intercepts the traffic will not be able to perform a replay attack as the password will not be current.
In this lab we will use a fake SSH server, sshesame, and an interactive packet manipulation program, scapy, to disrupt an ongoing SSH session between victim and server, position ourself in the middle of the traffic, and capture the username and password victim is using. 2b1af7f3a8