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  1. Thread: Desktop.ini

    by Plastic
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    No matter what it is... I'm sure you know there's...

    No matter what it is... I'm sure you know there's only supposed to be one Desktop.ini. To be safe, I'd delete all of those except the one in your C:\Windows\System32 folder.
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    well f'in said man... just thought I'd give ya...

    well f'in said man... just thought I'd give ya props on that post :)
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    thanks a ton.... irregardless of whether they're...

    thanks a ton.... irregardless of whether they're both run by the same people, I appreciate the spotlight, means a lot! :)
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    well... at least in all the places in san antonio...

    well... at least in all the places in san antonio and tulsa where I've wardriven, about 75% of the networks were "out of the box" defaults. I can't vouch for your location, but either way, even 5%...
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    ya, could be.... but ur AV didn't pick up on...

    ya, could be.... but ur AV didn't pick up on it?!?!???!
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    just winpcap would be ok :)

    just winpcap would be ok :)
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    out of curiousity... what trojan did ur "friend"...

    out of curiousity... what trojan did ur "friend" put in the startup, did you notice?
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    most likely... depends on WHAT trojan he put in...

    most likely... depends on WHAT trojan he put in there... do you know which one it was?
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    Poll: hell... i support the push-back... as long as the...

    hell... i support the push-back... as long as the extra time taken is put to good use in actually making the OS safer than it was originally intended to be.
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    IDS In-Depth / Intro

    Intrusion Detection Systems Intro

    Intrusion: a security event in which someone attempts to access
    information or systems they are not allowed to see.

    Intrusion detection: the process of...
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    well they have a command line one for windows,...

    well they have a command line one for windows, run through DOS... and you posted it with that type of command... i'm lookin for a solution for ya as we speak
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    for shits and grins... get a hold of the GUI...

    for shits and grins... get a hold of the GUI version of it, it's avaliable for download on their webpage... see if that clears it up
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    I'm giving my full endorsement on ethereal......

    I'm giving my full endorsement on ethereal... it's been my sniffer of choice for some time now... very good and very free :)
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    this may sound really dumb, but add a www in...

    this may sound really dumb, but add a www in front of yahoo.com. Sometimes nmap doesn't like recieving just part of the address... I remember having that same problem. If not that, try using the...
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    hehe... was JUST there and JUST enabled my RH9 to...

    hehe... was JUST there and JUST enabled my RH9 to read ntfs :)
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    i dunno... if it saw it before, then by all...

    i dunno... if it saw it before, then by all means.. i now have hope to use it in RH9 now! lol but i thought i heard somewhere that linux doesn't recognize ntfs formatted disks... i'm gonna research...
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    actually... NTFS is a format designed for windows...

    actually... NTFS is a format designed for windows pretty much, and usually, Linux has a hard time recognizing or doing anything with NTFS formatted disks
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    The best bet for your situation is that somebody...

    The best bet for your situation is that somebody might have tried to infect you with a trojan, and edited the port at which it connects at. A lot of trojans (Sub7, BackOrifice, etc.) allow...
  19. Thread: ASP vs PHP?

    by Plastic
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    As for PHP being faster than ASP, that COULD be...

    As for PHP being faster than ASP, that COULD be true, but it's nothing at all noticeable.

    ASP hosting is generally not more expensive than PHP, the company that hosts my webpage offers the same...
  20. Thread: Stego Scanner

    by Plastic
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    .. a late post, and slightly directed towards the...

    .. a late post, and slightly directed towards the first post (ignoring all the others), but...

    where I'm interning, some of the professors are currently making a stego 'super-scanner' that looks...
  21. Thread: Barney = satan

    by Plastic
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    hahaha.. perhaps that is true.. or i'm just a...

    hahaha.. perhaps that is true.. or i'm just a hardcore genius who can come up with this stuff in a heartbeat

    ;) haha
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    Poll: It's intriguing to me, how for YEARS this has...

    It's intriguing to me, how for YEARS this has been a huge issue amongst people. Non-believers were dubbed witches or warlocks and killed years ago, people were shunned from their homes for not...
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    ahh... and again, that's all because of the...

    ahh... and again, that's all because of the moral's of the church, and what they stand for. I'm atheist, and I do community service work all the time. Just because a religion does things to help...
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    Knoppix is a GREAT distro of linux.. and best of...

    Knoppix is a GREAT distro of linux.. and best of all, 100% bootable from CD! and it's got all the best tools for anything security related.
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    haha... i got to thinking: i really don't even...

    haha... i got to thinking: i really don't even need sendmail running on there... so i just took it out of the startup scripts. thanks for the help though!
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