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    Great...thanks for the info.....Here's another...

    Great...thanks for the info.....Here's another that I find useful

    You can have a console window available, in any directory, from Explorer.

    First Create a cmd script StartCon.cmd

    @echo off
    ...
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    RuffRyder........ thats funny rofl :)

    RuffRyder........ thats funny

    rofl
    :)
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    Yeah okay - When you talk about DNS using UDP, I...

    Yeah okay - When you talk about DNS using UDP, I assume you are meaning DNS queries...so my response is based on DNS queries..

    1) Tekno is correct: "Because UDP is a connectionless protocol, if a...
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    Assuming that you are inside your uni network,...

    Assuming that you are inside your uni network, you can use tools at
    http://www.securityspace.com/swhois/trace_index.html to traceroute etc..

    Only works to the addr that you appear to come...
  5. Thread: The new SCSI?

    by tr3kker
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    I read something about this a while back in IT...

    I read something about this a while back in IT Week..
    Try http://www.itweek.co.uk/News/1140360

    <-------------------snip from VNU press---------------->
    Developments in serial interfaces are...
  6. Thread: udp question

    by tr3kker
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    in answer to your question: no you cannot get a...

    in answer to your question: no you cannot get a specific email addr from an ip addr.
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    I assume from your post that nmap doesn't launch...

    I assume from your post that nmap doesn't launch when you just type 'nmap' ?
    How about when you specify the whole path to nmap '/usr/bin/nmap' ?
    I'd try that before you start playing with...
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    Never used it before, but.... There's a rather...

    Never used it before, but....
    There's a rather comprehensive ref manual at
    http://www.balabit.hu/products/syslog_ng/reference/book1.html
    Looks pretty idiot proof to me
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    Yeah - I can see a whole heap of problems with...

    Yeah - I can see a whole heap of problems with this
    Imagine a high bandwidth scanner sending hundreds / thousands of concurrent connections to your firewall..lets say 1000 per second

    Your...
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    completely agree with dcongram but also try...

    completely agree with dcongram but also
    try http://www.linnetsol.co.uk/port-num1.htm

    it's got all the well known ports thru 1024 and a list of commonly used ports thru 65535
    with a fairly good...
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    innocent until proven guilty in a court of law eh?

    innocent until proven guilty in a court of law eh?
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    can you post up some more tech detail? Some...

    can you post up some more tech detail?

    Some exact examples of progs that you are trying to launch would be good..

    for example, if you say you are trying to run wordpad - what are the properties...
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    Sounds like your file associations are screwed......

    Sounds like your file associations are screwed...

    I assume that the "eEye's Retina scanner" icon doesn't directly launch a .exe file - is this correct?

    If, for example, the shortcut launches...
  14. Thread: firewalls

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    Personally, I always recommend Tiny Personal...

    Personally, I always recommend Tiny Personal Firewall.

    I have a version 2 ed. that's free. Current version is about 5.x which is chargeable.

    If you decide you'd like to try v2 for free then...
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    How about using messagelabs to filter your mail -...

    How about using messagelabs to filter your mail - it costs bucks but solves any worries..well worth the outlay imho..........
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    Definition: An RPC is initiated by the caller...

    Definition:
    An RPC is initiated by the caller (client) sending a request message to a remote system (the server) to execute a certain procedure using arguments supplied. A resulting message is...
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    windoze utility like 'tail-f'

    Came across this utility for windoze which can do a 'tail -f' type of operation on a specified file.
    Also has a filter / grep feature. and works across mapped drives etc..


    I think it's pretty...
  18. Thread: Linux password

    by tr3kker
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    Assuming that you have physical access to the...

    Assuming that you have physical access to the server and assuming that you have the RH9 CDROM....and assuming that you are authorised to gain root............

    boot from cdrom
    take options for...
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    There used to be a bios setting to set the order...

    There used to be a bios setting to set the order that com ports are assigned in. ie. which com port is com1 and which is com2.

    On older Dell Pcs, it used to be set to auto - try setting manually...
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    RedHat wu-ftpd problems

    I'm running RedHat ES 2.1 on Intel architecture and have a really weird FTP problem with some PC's.

    Details:

    The wu-ftpd version is 2.6.1-20.

    When I FTP to the linux box from one of the NT...
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    Do you know what you changed? If you do,...

    Do you know what you changed?

    If you do, could you post the reg val changes...

    Thanks
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    Yeah...follow this link and your question will be...

    Yeah...follow this link and your question will be answered.

    http://www.codeguru.com/network/xCmd.html

    Hope this helped a bit!
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    You could use TPF - it will give you a pop-up...

    You could use TPF - it will give you a pop-up whenever a port is connected to. Grab ver2 if you are going to use
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    If you are interested in this kind of stuff,...

    If you are interested in this kind of stuff, there's a great book by Bruce Schneier:

    Secrets & Lies
    Digital Security in a Networked World


    It's not a techie book, but it's a good read.
  25. Thread: nbtstat

    by tr3kker
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    Well for starters, it will only work if...

    Well for starters, it will only work if netbios/netbeui is installed on the host.

    Apart from that though - nbtstat -A hostaddr should work with all hosts on the same network segment.
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