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    Agree...... AO was cool at one time, now it...

    Agree...... AO was cool at one time, now it sucks. I have things about *SECURITY* I need to read and don't have any time to waste on teenage nonsense.

    AO is no longer about security, it has been...
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    Is this really the news? MS *says* they are going...

    Is this really the news? MS *says* they are going Open Source, or the US Government says that they have to?

    Quick note: Star Office is *not* Open Source, and neither is koffice.

    I will believe...
  3. Thread: Telnet help.

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    lekt0r, are you using shellyeah? they are...

    lekt0r, are you using shellyeah?

    they are famous for this unfortunately.

    I am afraid if that if you are using shellyeah that it is essentially a lost cause. There tech support won't retrun...
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    `uname -srm' FreeBSD 4.2-STABLE i686 ...

    `uname -srm'
    FreeBSD 4.2-STABLE i686

    `uptime'

    8:15am up 236 days, 2:14, 1 user, load average: 0.03, 0.04, 0.01

    hmmm... been a while since I rebooted this machine. Still going strong...
  5. Thread: your name!

    by psi0nic
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    Sinister evil powers endowed upon me by trial &...

    Sinister evil powers endowed upon me by trial & error, reading, coding, and other arcane computer arts such as RTFM and man -k.
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    An alternative to h2o cooloing that works quite...

    An alternative to h2o cooloing that works quite well is a peltier. Run a google search on `peltier' and see if you like what you read. My cpu was hanging out around 37 degrees C, by just adding a...
  7. Thread: Netstat Ports

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    Great, glad to hear it.

    Great, glad to hear it.
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    Best Linux......

    Best Linux...... << They are all good, but imho Slackware is 133t :D

    Which is the best linux box?
    i just wanna know it bcoz i have RH 7.1,Caldera's open linux,SuSe.
    << These are all Linux....
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    Virus writers are lame. :3pow: ...

    Virus writers are lame.



    :3pow: :shootem:
  10. Thread: Netstat Ports

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    Oh, and by the way, yes you do have a backdoor....

    Oh, and by the way, yes you do have a backdoor. It is called crappy Micrsoft Windows default security settings. :D

    A.K.A NetBIOS and Internet Sharing

    ..hmmmm make all of your data available...
  11. Thread: Netstat Ports

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    Re: Once again all:

    Once again all:
    In reference to my earlier Q, netstat, I have the following showing, do I have a virus/backdoor? Sys win 98se...
    tcp **********:1028 0.0.0.0:0 listening <- rpc
    tcp...
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    I wasted 30 min fighting myself against replying...

    I wasted 30 min fighting myself against replying to this post not being a believer in doing ``me too'' posts. But I just can't f?cking believe that after all that has been said about this sort of...
  13. I have never used Blowfish Encryption on a Linux...

    I have never used Blowfish Encryption on a Linux box, but I have used it on OpenBSD. You may want to start by checking out http://www.openbsd.org and reading up on it.

    Hope you find your answer
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    Yes, I have. I read them over again once in a...

    Yes, I have. I read them over again once in a while to try and gain more out of them. (RFC's, http://blacksun.box.sk, http://www.securitywriters.org, a stack o o'reilly books, and Hacking Linux...
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    Why not, it will start you out with ip, tcp,...

    Why not, it will start you out with ip, tcp, tcp/ip, udp icmp roughly in that order and then ends with recommendations for site security. have fun :D

    You will be Elite after reading/understanding...
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    You will use Slackware. You will use Slackware...

    You will use Slackware. You will use Slackware and you will like it. You will use Slackware and you you will be Elite !

    Just kidding.. Don't worry, you are going to strive against problems and...
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    Sarcastic?? ..Well.. I guess I do have a rep,...

    Sarcastic??

    ..Well.. I guess I do have a rep, and can come off as being a sarcastic m0th3r *****?r. :D Anyway.. Read all of those RFC's. They are all you will ever need to look at really. Best...
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    There is no definition. :D MIT coined the...

    There is no definition. :D

    MIT coined the phrase in the late 50's and it has been used by others in the computer science and engineering world every since then to describe someone who is on the...
  19. Thread: Damn users

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    My company has a `tough shit you can't use irq,...

    My company has a `tough **** you can't use irq, irc, or whatever, that is not what we pay you to do anyway..' security policy. I know it is harsh, but it works quite well. The trouble you are in is...
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    OpenBSD running ipfilter AND a proxy level...

    OpenBSD running ipfilter AND a proxy level firewall of your choice.

    P.S. OpenBSD has not had a remote exploit (base install with included packages) for over 4 years. Can any OS/firewall app beat...
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    Sure.. Start by visiting...

    Sure..

    Start by visiting http://www.oreilly.com and make a list of the books that you are interested in. Get a library card or go buy them etc..

    Next.. go to...
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    This is too funny. A couple of things for you...

    This is too funny.

    A couple of things for you nakoka.

    I will believe you that this is your code for the benefit of doubt. Why are you writting viruses man? Don't you know everybody hates...
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    Yes, with the 2.4.x kernels came iptables to...

    Yes, with the 2.4.x kernels came iptables to replace ipchains as the defacto packet filtering firewall tool. iptables && netfilter etc. are great! I do recommend a kernel patch like...
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    If you are comfortable with rebuilding your...

    If you are comfortable with rebuilding your kernel, or willing to dive in with some reading on doing it. I would suggest getting getting the latest kernel sources (2.4.16 and *not* 2.5.0) from...
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    In my experience it is not as fast as it is on a...

    In my experience it is not as fast as it is on a SPARC, but that could be for the same reasons that Linux is not as fast as possible off the default install. (Set up to run on just about any IDE HDD...
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