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    FYI...keyloggers don't have write to a...

    FYI...keyloggers don't have write to a file...they can send the data to a remote system also....Some keyloggers could possibly use a small config file also to configure it, not necessarily a gui...
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    check out kismet's website www.kismetwireless.net...

    check out kismet's website www.kismetwireless.net Basically we have a LAN nic, to access the system (SSH in), and then the wireless NIC is in prom. mode. You can use kismet_client to connect to a...
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    We use old laptops with kismet and a lan nic to...

    We use old laptops with kismet and a lan nic to detect rougue AP's on our networks. The new version of kismet supports kismet_server, which is the central kismet app interface, and kismet_drone,...
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    I've been using Kismet since it's first release. ...

    I've been using Kismet since it's first release. It rocks....i've run it on RH 7.0 and up to RH 8.0 so far. I have not gone to RH 9, since I've been hearing of 9 breaking some applications and...
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    I looked to see if anyone posted this up there...

    I looked to see if anyone posted this up there before I posted mine. i was looking at subjects so i didn't equate your subject with the same topic.....
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    Top 75 Network Security Tools

    This was a survey done by Fydor on insecure.org. I believe that over 1800 persons filled out a survey by insecure.org, so this list is a compilation of all those surveys

    Top 75 Nework Security...
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    I might be wrong on this but isn't that stealing?...

    I might be wrong on this but isn't that stealing? if you read the fine print on your DSL agreement I do think it might say that sharing between houses is a no no....could be wrong though....
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    RH 8 and up should see any windows partition. I...

    RH 8 and up should see any windows partition. I installed 2000 on my laptop and then installed RH. RH install saw the Windows partition and allowed me to choose the boot option. It was the easiest...
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    tony.....what kind of switches are these? Cisco...

    tony.....what kind of switches are these? Cisco and I would think other's also allow you to do MAC based security on every port. You trun it on and the first system plugged into that port becomes...
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    Poll: Training, what's that? I've been to one class in...

    Training, what's that? I've been to one class in four years, and that was before we were bought out by another company. It's weird, we were bought by a company with more money and yet it's harder...
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    Dredging up the screenshot posts once again

    Thought it was about time to re-visit the screenshot post. Load if you got em!!!!!
  12. Thread: websense

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    Amazing is correct in the definition of websense....

    Amazing is correct in the definition of websense. We currently use WebSense along with multiple firewalls at our company. The PIX will allow access to the internet once the websense sever is...
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    Honestly I only ever use the -t option in PING,...

    Honestly I only ever use the -t option in PING, NMAP for port scanning, and SolarWinds for network ping scans. But upon further investigation there seems to be a way to use the default ping util in...
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    Maybe I'm wrong but from what I was reading, the...

    Maybe I'm wrong but from what I was reading, the theory behind this is that if you have a picture of the background and you project that picture on top of a person or object in front of the actual...
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    Linux has a GUI ????????????

    Linux has a GUI ????????????
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    The DHCP server will hand out IP Address from the...

    The DHCP server will hand out IP Address from the range that the request came from. Example, If a user's system boots up and it's on the 400 VLAN, which is the FastEthernet3/0.400 segment. The DHCP...
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    Jarrod...I might have looked at your comment and...

    Jarrod...I might have looked at your comment and just read it for face value and not by the meaning that you had behind it. I agree talking to your kids is the FIRST item you should address. I am...
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    Well if your running 802.1q then you should be...

    Well if your running 802.1q then you should be able to set up multiple sub interfaces on your router for each VLAN on the switch. That way each VLAN basically has it's own DHCP segment

    Example...
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    Is this for real? This is your first post and...

    Is this for real? This is your first post and your asking people to open a file on their computer....get real....
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    Why in the world are people saying it's "bad" to...

    Why in the world are people saying it's "bad" to know what your kids are doing. They are YOUR KIDS, they are not live in's getting free food and bording! My gosh you people are freaking insane for...
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    April Fools Roundup

    For all of those articles that people were questioning yesterday, backfire software, evil bit RFC, etc... here is the latest April Fools Roundup from RootSecure.net
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    Well to start off you need to kill all the...

    Well to start off you need to kill all the non-necessary services. Some of these include, Messenger, who needs that, along with a lot of others. Killing the non-necessary services this should clear...
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    I take it your using a Cisco device as your...

    I take it your using a Cisco device as your firewall? Since you said that "inside Cisco rep". There is one site that has a product, Sawmill, which can look at pretty much any file format for...
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    You can't really say they are doorsteps...The PIX...

    You can't really say they are doorsteps...The PIX firewalls do more than a good job at what they are built to do.
    The 535 is not End of Sale yet, now my 2-520's were EOL in 2001 and I'm still...
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    The PIX Classic was the PIX before models 520 and...

    The PIX Classic was the PIX before models 520 and 515. It was around about 4-5 years ago. Cisco EOL it a couple of years ago. The reason I know about it was because I had one. It cratered on me...
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