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December 30th, 2004 05:02 PM
Are you using ePO to manage your AV deployment and subsequent updates (both DAT, engine, and component)? If not, NAI has two other options:
1. Protection Pilot - think of this as a...
December 29th, 2004 04:59 PM
What I find particularly interesting about this aquisition is the following link...pay attention to topic #2 - Microsoft:
Personally, I've been prototyping CounterySpy...
December 29th, 2004 04:35 PM
My experiences w/ VS8.0i are mixed, mostly due to the overwhelming let down of the integrated anti-spyware/adware module as a vialbe solution. Overall, I do like the newest version but sometimes I...
if private and/or public are still configured as snmp-server community strings (or you know what the non-default configured string might be), then one can grab the configuration via snmp. I believe...
April 13th, 2004 05:26 PM
I agree with Tedob1...
There's no need to edit the Registry manually to achieve your goal.
You can use Local Policy, use Group Policy if you're in a network/domain, and the easiest/best method...
April 13th, 2004 05:18 PM
First, I have to agree and echo Catch's statement. Data is most vulnerable whilst in transit. The most popular and efficient means of protecting data in transit is encryption.
Secondly, I agree...
April 13th, 2004 12:00 AM
There are so many variables to consider and variations from organization to organization, you'll be much better off to simply build your own matrix.
My suggestions (and how I've built 'checklists'...
April 12th, 2004 11:52 PM
Yes, it is completely and definitely possible. I, and many many other people, run Linux distros as Guest OS's. I run Slackware, Redhat (two different versions), and Gentoo as VMWare Guests.
April 12th, 2004 11:37 PM
They did - it is stated right in the documentation. In fact, there are 3 ways to run it...
1. console (./msfconsole)
2. commandl line
3. web gui (./msfweb)
On to the point of the thread...
April 12th, 2004 11:19 PM
here is a thread from Neohapsis which may give you the answer or at least some clues:
April 12th, 2004 11:16 PM
Well, you can start by reading this:
That should get you as far as understanding what goes into securing a linux host and take you through...
April 11th, 2004 06:32 PM
What is the output from ifconfig (ifconfig eth0)?
dmesg? Any specific errors here?
What does 'redhat-config-network' show? Did you configure the network during the installation procudure?
April 11th, 2004 06:27 PM
I'm assuming that you're referring to running a DNS server yourself....
depends on what OS the host machine is running:
1. Windows - run the native DNS component.
2. *Nix - BIND
perhaps not exactly on topic, but you can also us EzClean, which is called Ashampoo now I believe, to track changes during an installation and/or uninstallation process. And not only can you track...
I'm biased for the Cisco PIX. I run a redundant 525 pair at my core edge and several 520's out in the field as remote VPN terminators.
However, as others have pointed out, I believe any of the...
Personally, I use a Orinoco Gold with my laptop and a ambicom CF with my sharp zaurus. Both were easy to get Kismet to work with and haven't had any issues since I purchased them.
Sorry, but I have to ask to obvious question...
Is there anyone else in your living space who might have used the machine? Brother, sister, mom, son, grandpa...etc.
Also, have you checked any...
Indeed, very cool.
I've always kinda dug this one:
reminds me of something out of a lovecraft story...perhaps 'at the mountains of...
March 30th, 2004 11:23 PM
That answers my question :)
March 30th, 2004 09:35 PM
Not sure if Hping has a port but I know nemesis does...
March 30th, 2004 06:45 PM
My question is distro neutral/generic.
I'm just curious if 'Linux' logs a time and/or date change as a default behavior.
March 30th, 2004 04:46 AM
I actually almost purchased it a few weekends ago...
Standing in line at the local Borders, I started to actually page through the book and look at details. To be honest, I didn't see anything...
March 30th, 2004 04:41 AM
Thanks in advance to all who respond - it's been a long day and I'm not up to scouring google for my answer tonight (a quick initial search didn't yield any positive results) :)
March 30th, 2004 04:37 AM
I've not used anything other than Cisco personally. Within that, I've only used routers and PIX firewalls- no Concentrators. But i've run the gamut of PIXes (515's, 520's, 525's) and routers...
March 27th, 2004 11:45 PM
Safe from what? This is bad advice and makes assumptions that are not based in fact.
The simple truth is that everyone is at some level of risk, irrespective of being corporate or a home user. As...