I am migrating a private project from GitHub to GitLab. I am setting up Repository Gitlab Host key verification failed Posted May 31, 2021 11/7k views Ubuntu Git.
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Another nice feature of PVK is that the key contains an embedded serial number
A new page will open (Figure 1/4), asking you to enter your desired BankID personal number. The personal number you select must comply with the Luhn algorithm in order to be accepted. You could use to generate a unique personal number that complies with Luhn algorithm.
Type in your BankID personal number in the text field under “Issue Mobile BankID” if you want to install the system and verify it using mobile. Or if you wish to use the BankID for a desktop application, then type in your BankID personal number in the text field under “Issue BankID on file”.
It has been developed and implemented by a large number of banks. The system contains and protects a user’s sensitive information such as contact details, email address, phone number, bank account number.
Seems to be connected to the internet. Plus apt-get install wouldn't work otherwise.
I'm not behind a proxy
I'm aware that I can execute ssh-keyscan directly in the GitLab CI and this should in theory solve the problem, but from what I know, this is susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks. I'm trying to find a more secure solution.
Hope this helps others who are stuck. I'd be glad to see a more graceful solution than this one though.
I am getting an error while cloning the repository from Azure DevOps
StatusReasonAction by RPOUTSTANDING_TRANSACTIONThe order is being processed. The client has not yet received the order.
There are two approaches to authenticating with GitHub. I recommend associating your personal GitHub (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=4741) account with the private GitHub (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=2565) repo in either case.
Here I have model, controller and route files. In my controller I have made a new method called signinWithBankId and in this method I have defined my code as shown in Figure 5.
The BankID system is a two-step verification mechanism. The user can install the BankID app on either his mobile phone or personal computer. This application will provide the user with a “personal number” for any website/client that implements BankID system in order to verify his identity. It will give information about the user’s first name, last name, complete name and the personal number.
The program waits for any arbitrary input data on stdin. This is your password / path / the unknown key.
As you can see in Figure 4/6, the response has many fields. The first one is progressStatus which tells you about the status of the request.
Now you need to configure the certificate so that it can be used to access the service methods. For that - Click on File>Preference, or click on the preference button.
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The patch for CVE-2021-9822 used a weak encryption algorithm (DES) and an encryption key of low entropy. Furthermore, if the target site is configured to use Verified Registration, the plaintext value of the registration verification (my site) code is exposed on the user profile page. Since the verification (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=9861) code is encrypted using the same algorithm and key as the DNNPersonalization cookie, a known-plaintext attack can be used to recover the key and re-exploit CVE-2021-9822 with an encrypted cookie.
You need to first download the certificate so that you can access the SOAP service of the BankID system. Log on to and download the certificate in the marked section shown in Figure 3.
The implemented patch for CVE-2021-15811 and CVE-2021-15812 did not prevent exploitation. The patch changed the encryption key used to encrypt and decrypt the DNNPersonalization cookie; however, this encryption key was still derived from the key used to encrypt and decrypt the registration verification code and the strength of the encryption algorithm was not increased (DES). Additional changes were made to prevent the full plaintext of the verification code from being disclosed. A partial plaintext value was still disclosed on the user profile page. Due to the project being open-source, it was possible to determine the format of the rest of the plaintext verification code. Using a list of obtained verification codes and the known partial plaintext value, it is possible to reduce the number of potential encryption keys through offline processing to a point where trying to re-exploit CVE-2021-9822 with each potential key becomes a feasible attack.
After extracting the orderRef, we make another XML and will be requesting the server again, this time with orderRef and calling the Collect method. I have also attached a timer with this piece of code to poll the server every 3 seconds (not the most sophisticated way, but works for me). I have done this because there can be delays related to user’s typing speed or error, issues with the personal number or the internet etc. This request also contains the certificate.
Come back to your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Dashboard and look for Edit Configuration option in your application's environment. In the Server tab, look for an option which lets you specify a Custom AMI.
In the userInfo tag, you will get the user information. From here you can extract the user information and use it for login purposes.
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Both parameters are just numbers. You can set the first one without setting the second one but not vice versa.
The beauty of this approach is that a cracker cannot generate a complete keygen
OrderRef: it is an important value for Mobile BankID. Subsequent calls to the server must contain this orderRef for the server to consider it a valid/authentic request.