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    So, I guess...

    So, I should probably just walk away from it... My info is at risk, yes, but so are a lot of people's info(We're talking in the 10,000+ range), but I think it would just be better for me to walk...
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    Linux and Winmodems

    OK, so you're modem is a motorola chipset, so you're in an uphill battle. Conexant(Rockwell) and Lucent chipsets have a large list of drivers available but, here is a few places to start:
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    Am I still a 'whitehat'?

    OK, if I tested a system for vulnerabilites, without delving deep into the breaches of secuirty, and never actually accessed the system illegally, but I actually know that If I try without too much...
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    VMS

    The one I hate the most is VMS. I hated using a dumb terminal connected to a mainframe. Plus, the big red button was too much of a temptation... I pressed it :D Good thing it was only in high...
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    So who does the testing?

    Ok, so maybe my one question is who does the testing for government systems? The citizens who it is meant to work for, or the people who run it and have the least to lose if it found insecure?
    A...
  6. Another one I'd like to add is 'When you're sys...

    Another one I'd like to add is 'When you're sys admin steps back and ask,"Do you think it will work?" '
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    Backups, maybe?

    Do you by any chance have a backup of your ntoskrnl.exe? I think with XP you have a go-back feature for single files...

    Or, you might be able to extract a copy of ntoskrnl from one of the XP...
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    Hacker?

    Sounds like a cracker to me. I don't think she should get as hammered as she is. After all, it's not like she's getting into NASA's computers, or even the WOPR :D But, I hardly ever agree with the...
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    Well, personally, I would think that the password...

    Well, personally, I would think that the password scheme should be enforced via software. Because look at case #1:

    You have the rules set up for you passwords. Pvt. Joe Snuffy doesn't like to...
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    Problem with the new line

    The one problem with this is the computers they are going on. Have you seen these Microtel's? They are a throw back to the days of the Apple IIGs. They are a CPU/Monitor unit. That right there...
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    Cracker Intelligence

    All it takes is one person, with a cable modem, and a little knowledge to d/l a script and run it to perform an attack...

    PS I know of a 12 y/o kid that wrote one of the best peices of box...
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    The rise of Attacks

    The reason you had in the past many more attacks on MS computers than on GNU/Linux boxes was b/c M$ had the majority of the market share. Now that GNU/Linux is increasing in popularity, more and...
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    Old Windoze machines?

    Old windoze machines are the only available ones? I tend to agree, but to say that b/c they're not UNIX machines, that doesn't mean that they're not GNU/Linux machines. A GNU/Linux machine can run...
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    How do we know the location?

    My question is, how do they really know the location? The attack could be coming from Israel, but that computer could be a soldier computer in a DDoS attack? I mean, without catching the person,...
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    Don't forget the proper tools!!

    To help yourself out, and to avoid the hasssle, and money spent on fried components, invest 30 bucks(Radio Shack, yes this is a plug), and get a Computer Maintenance Tool Kit. Has Anti-static mat...
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    Pwd scripting

    You could write one yourself in java, or go to coffeecup.com. They have a program that will do it for you... You have to register it to get to use it on the web, though...


    BEGIN VIRUS.EXE
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    No artistic talents...

    Well, then I suggest Frontpage, it has a lot of great looking wizards to help you along...



    BEGIN VIRUS.EXE

    There is no spoon, but it is you yourself that bends...

    END VIRUS.EXE
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    MANDRAKE RULES!!!

    I've been using Madrake 8.1 with the 2.5.15 kernel, and I use it for a http and ftp server for a while so far. I'm glad ppl are waking up, and realizing there are better alternatives than M$.


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    DIY

    Do the site yourself!! That's half the fun of having you're own site up, is that you created it. Since you're new, I suggest Frontpage, as Macromedia Dreamweaver is a little difficult for the new...
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