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    Follow up: OpenVPN I downloaded the vm...

    Follow up: OpenVPN

    I downloaded the vm deployment for ESXi and got it working nicely in a few hours with OpenVPN. Great community support and very easy to get working. Plus way more secure...
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    Windows 2008 VPN

    Hey all,

    I am in need of opinions regarding using VPN on windows 2008 or using opnvpn to tunnel instead. I am trying to use the VPN for my kids and wife when they use wireless devices in wifi...
  3. Take a look at this: www.intellinx-sw.com They...

    Take a look at this: www.intellinx-sw.com

    They have a mainframe/as400 security product that looks interesting.
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    This is all very interesting. I wonder why two...

    This is all very interesting. I wonder why two books are "safer" than more.... Eventually they will insists we use e-books and that we have to use their e-book viewers built into the seat in...
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    Thanks for the warning.. I was on 2.01 - getting...

    Thanks for the warning.. I was on 2.01 - getting 3.1 now. It's still the greatest chat client for Windows.
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    Be on the look out for black helocopters...

    Be on the look out for black helocopters...
  7. Thread: netstat

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    Just to add, there are some programs that use...

    Just to add, there are some programs that use sockets instead of ports. One that comes to mind is team speak. If you did a netstat you would miss it unless you were looking for socket connections.
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    Duck has a good point to. But the case is that...

    Duck has a good point to. But the case is that anyone can start IIS or a Linux web server and without knowing the risks associated with doing so.

    Personally, for enterprise applicaations I...
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    It actually has some potential if it started atop...

    It actually has some potential if it started atop some stairs.. It could then drop on the intruder's head... It's sort of cool in strange way. I can think of a better alternative.. It's...
  10. Thread: CERT Warning

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    200.0.0.0 is on my block list, I have had strange...

    200.0.0.0 is on my block list, I have had strange and questionable traffic from here. I don't need to get any traffic from here so I just block the subnet.

    No offense Brazil... I still love...
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    I have used alt-333 in a password before. It's...

    I have used alt-333 in a password before. It's nice because most kiddies don't look for a "Clubs" as the password character. You can experiment with the alt-number sequences. I created a program...
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    A CIO of even a small company would know how to...

    A CIO of even a small company would know how to spell ADVICE. I have to go along with the 15 year old zit thing...

    This is not the place for kids looking for spoitz... go somewhere else.
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    I am familiar with VNC. I have not used it in a...

    I am familiar with VNC. I have not used it in a while. I looked that the other site.. That looks really interesting, and I would love to do it then charge my worthless family and friends for all...
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    I would like to have a web interface that they...

    I would like to have a web interface that they can initiate... I guess who initiates the connection is not as important. I am just thinking web based so there is no client for their end. Not...
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    Web Based Remote Control?

    I am looking for some software that will help me be tech support for my family and friends....
    I have remote admin which is nice software, but I wanted something web based.

    Any ideas?
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    The VMware is a good idea. I did some testing...

    The VMware is a good idea. I did some testing with VMWare on Linux running Windows XP contained in Linux. The nice thing about the VMWare is that you can put the Windows XP into a NAT'd sub net...
  17. (Working for the government as a "hacker" would...

    (Working for the government as a "hacker" would be a fun job. Especially if you get to pack a gun...)


    What a joke... North Korea - Now that is one crazy dude that Kim Il Jung or whatever his...
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    If I may add my two cents... This is really...

    If I may add my two cents...

    This is really one of those very emotional toppics. However, I thought it would be good to point out that Windows code, has been moved along from a very insecure...
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    I could be wrong, but I think he's asking if the...

    I could be wrong, but I think he's asking if the process could be seen in the task manager.

    The answere is yes and no. Some key loggers use actuall win32 dll calls that show up in the task...
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    wpa.dbl Changes?

    Hi guys,


    I made a program that checks the files on my computer and compares an md5 signature of it to a database. I am shocked at all the stuff that is changing constantly on your Windows...
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    Thanks for all the feedback. I do use iptables...

    Thanks for all the feedback.

    I do use iptables on my linux box and I love it. I think it's pretty secure, but I am not always so confident in my work. I have a great book for iptables, it's a...
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    Firewall recommendation

    Hi all,

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a $500 - $700 firewall appliance?

    I am looking for a perimeter firewall for my 5 ip addresses. I want to use it to filter all my ip's for common...
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    LOL! EDIT: Almost forgot.. the voice is a java...

    LOL!

    EDIT: Almost forgot.. the voice is a java app that runs, I've seen it on a few sites now. It can be blocked by blocking java execution. I use opera and it catches it.
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    Another alternative is to lock down the...

    Another alternative is to lock down the connection when you want to "disconnect" from the network. Zone Alarm or Norton Firewall allows you to turn off network activity. You can do that and still...
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    Interesting article. I would think that yes a...

    Interesting article. I would think that yes a chip that can prevent a buffer overflow would be limiting the chip's potential. If there's logic in the chip that prevents large numbers or chunks of...
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