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    WAP's, Windows, and linux oh my!

    This is a tutorial I'm putting together to show you how to network 2 computers through a wireless connection using Windows Server 2003 and Red Hat Linux. In this tutorial we'll be using our Linux...
  2. Thread: Driftnet

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    I've used driftnet while actively poisining...

    I've used driftnet while actively poisining connections using the latest version of Knoppix STD. I have no idea why it wouldnt pickup something if ethereal is getting the packets. Maybe try saving...
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    Tigershark, I agree with your methodology 100%. ...

    Tigershark, I agree with your methodology 100%. However In reccomending a tarpit I was just trying to be subjective to this thread. :) Now that I think about it, does'nt Cisco offer some type of...
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    IMO the most relevant solution to your problem...

    IMO the most relevant solution to your problem would be something called a tarpit.

    In a nutshell:

    Its software designed to keep port scanners 'tied up'. It accomplishes this by tricking the...
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    Poll: Since I've moved out on my own I only have 3...

    Since I've moved out on my own I only have 3 computers to defend.

    A laptop, desktop, and 'server' (a desktop with daemons / services depending upon which side of the fence you stand on. ;) )
    ...
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    Seems like alot of 'noise' on your subnet after a...

    Seems like alot of 'noise' on your subnet after a brief look at the log. There was an eyecatcher though. I wondered what massdown.exe was and found out it was a motorola modem driver. :p So,...
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    SNAFU- Situation normal, all fucked up ex. ...

    SNAFU- Situation normal, all ****ed up

    ex. Uh oh, we have a little bit of a Snafu here at the helpdesk.

    WAF- What a fag
    YAF- You're a fag

    This circulates quite frequently in e-mails...
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    Now I am a pretty big guy at 6'6", I also...

    Now I am a pretty big guy at 6'6", I also consider myself pretty agile and physically able.

    So what I'm siting here wondering is how a 10 pound ball rolling at somebody is going to deter...
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    Just google for "microsoft vulnerability"...

    Just google for "microsoft vulnerability" Microsoft exploit" "microsoft proof of concept" and prepare for a landslide. ;) Also check out www.packetstormsecurity.nl as they have a good collection of...
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    If I were you I would start off here...

    If I were you I would start off here. Read up on the tools you will be using. Maybe try playing with a little Knoppix STD purely for the vast assortment of tools it offers. :)
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    I tend to see it the other way around. If there...

    I tend to see it the other way around. If there is proof of concept floating around for a fully disclosed vulnerability it puts everybody on the hot-seat to fix it. However you look at it they...
  12. Thread: Really weird

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    Really weird

    It all started with a windows cookie cutter tool vs. CLI linux battle over superiority. I decided to show a buddy of mine just how much you can do from the command line. I showed him the virtues of...
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    Naming security

    Ok guys and gals, bear with me here. I'm not new to the whole security deal, but I am new to home brewed tools and methods. I was sitting here thinking the other night about remote OS detection and...
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    Just to name a few off the top of my head Nmap...

    Just to name a few off the top of my head

    Nmap
    Fport
    Hping2
    Cheops
    Etherape <<--I really like this one, anybody know of any programs with the same look but more grainular options?
    SMAC...
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    telnet to sdf.lonestar.org. At the prompt type...

    telnet to sdf.lonestar.org. At the prompt type "new" and you will be taken through the steps to make yourself an account. Hope this helps.

    Jonesy
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    I actually just saw this thread. Is is kinda...

    I actually just saw this thread. Is is kinda late but I figured I'd chime in.

    Its kind of crazy that 6 years ago I moved up to Jax with my parents who have lived in FL for 26 years (without a...
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    I've also noticed in some @ home testing that...

    I've also noticed in some @ home testing that when a SYN attack is launched against a machine running the MS SP2 firewall service it starts stumbling all over itself (mouse gets jerky, it eats up...
  18. Fake finger server with logging capabilities?

    I remembered seeing on here a while back that somebody had posted a very basic shell script or batch file (cant remember which) that was basically a fake finger server with logging. I'm just now...
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    Heres what I reccomend. If you *REALLY* are...

    Heres what I reccomend. If you *REALLY* are interested in security. Setup a *nix box and have a look at the /etc/services file. That will get you fresh on the first 1024 out of 65535. :)
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    I'll have to try that distro out. I wanted to...

    I'll have to try that distro out. I wanted to see what Gnome was like before I settled on a permanent installation on the box I have under construction. :)

    I have currently been messing the...
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    Muhahaha. What a smartass letter, I love it. :)

    Muhahaha. What a smartass letter, I love it. :)
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    bump

    bump
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    Help me understand something here.

    Ok, today I booted up to linux and started playing around on my home network. I ran Cheops for shits and giggles, not very interesting, untill I ran it on the WAN side. :D Ok, then I redid all my...
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    As somebody else previously stated, try doing a...

    As somebody else previously stated, try doing a full connect scan (-sT) instead of just using the SYN scan. I dont know what it is, but my windows box doesnt like it when a TCP connection isnt fully...
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    Ha Ha! :D

    Ha Ha! :D
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