Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sonus AD lookups fail when LDAP credentials are correct and AD is online

Whats this? a Sonus article? Damn straight it is! So I was recently doing a deployment for a larger organisation. One of my first deployments using a Sonus SBC to do LDAP routing instead of an AudioCodes and I ran into some interesting issues For those that arent aware, Sonus SBC’s do AD lookups a… Read More »

How bad is the CVE-2017-8550 XSS exploit for Skype4B?

So for those of you who don’t have your ear on the #skype4B hash tag on twitter (and you should) nyxgeek released and exploit for the Skype4B client (and possibly Lync, I haven’t tested yet) that exploits XSS to allow for remote website execution without user interaction On the surface that sounds quite simple, but… Read More »

Change the Skype4B SDN Interface Listener Config URL without re-installing

So maybe you have moved your SDN master recently, or more likely. like me. you stuffed up the host name in a few of your hosts during the install process. To save yourself the effort of un-installing and re-installing the SDN Listener on every machine, you can just update the following config file. C:\Program Files\Microsoft… Read More »