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    Re: Hide my History

    The actual request of websites is logged, depending on the network. When you download, the packets have to be routed through a series of routers, most often the routers would log activity. I dont...
  2. Thread: Hide my trace

    by mindfuck
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    Not sure what you're trying to do.

    I have no idea what you're asking, please rephrase the question so it is easily understood.
  3. Thread: Email Trace

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    Re: Email Trace

    Look at the raw email, if you're using outlook express, right click on the email and click properties, then over to the 2nd tab.. If it was sent by a "anon email" application, you can find the ip of...
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    Re: finding website addresses

    Issue a dns lookup on the host..

    Linux:
    host <host/ip>

    Windows (many ways): an easy way to figure out the ip, is to ping it..
    Yes, finding the IP and pinging the host have little to do with...
  5. Re: Uploading A Program Without The User Knowing

    Yes, it's possible.. This is where exploits come in..

    If an application is exploited remotly, the attacker has full control of the program, which means they can upload and execute malicious code....
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    I recommend the download of several e-books and...

    I recommend the download of several e-books and tutorials.
    You'll become more educated under the field.. Hacking is programming btw; it is often confused with the malicious nature of a cracker.
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    Bouners just bind to an IP which resolves to the...

    Bouners just bind to an IP which resolves to the "vhost". The only reason its called a vhost is because its one of several ips on the machine, in which the bouner connects through. Most IRC servers...
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    I would see if theres any unaccountable...

    I would see if theres any unaccountable outbound/inbound connections on your machine. If there is, setup a packet sniffer to see what's going on..

    Port probes dont mean you're getting hacked.
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  9. Thread: windows 2000

    by mindfuck
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    Check the CD Maybe the cds defected? This...

    Check the CD

    Maybe the cds defected?
    This could be a hardware problem, please be more specific as its hard to get to the root of a problem when theres only a brief explination. :confused:
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    Sounds like you're talking about WinNuke type...

    Sounds like you're talking about WinNuke type attacks.. -snicker- I don't think thats the cause.. Most often the cause of a crash is a fault of the hardware itself. I've had this happen to me, it all...
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    1) Portscans are mainly used to determine the...

    1) Portscans are mainly used to determine the level of security on a network, where more open ports is lower security. Portscanning can be illiegal depending on the country you're in. I've even got...
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    Maybe you're talking about script kiddies? The...

    Maybe you're talking about script kiddies?

    The act of downloading "hacker programs" and launching attacts on a computer, a network, etc is frowned upon, and its set a bad name out for all script...
  13. Thread: Hacking lab

    by mindfuck
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    Idea

    I'm not sure how it would go with your admin, but setting up a honeypot would prove to be a very interesting and worth while excursion. Honeypots work similar, they're vulnerable, they get "hacked"...
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    Well, most of the time theres alot of different...

    Well, most of the time theres alot of different internet traffic.. Most of the time its accidential. 192.X 10.X are within your network, I wouldn't worry about them. Depending on what you do on the...
  15. Thread: Help?!?!

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    Re: Sorry Kinda new at this

    I've been through this before.. There are usually two different levels of passwords, user and admin, both can get you on the machine. Is the password prompt coming up before windowsME boots? or...
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    Unpractical.

    I personally wouldn't bother. Sure, it would be neat; but not practical. Some applications, upon install wouldn't beable to work properly, simply because they're not pointing to the right place. I'm...
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    Thats pretty crazy. I've seen people open the...

    Thats pretty crazy. I've seen people open the telnet service up.. for webservers and what not, I don't know why they wouldn't just use SSHD, I believet theres a win32 port of this server. 3DES...
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    Wow, is that ever interesting.. I wouldn't have...

    Wow, is that ever interesting.. I wouldn't have thought they could have been fined for it.. but now that I think about it.. This is just about the only exploit that users will see a direct effect...
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    Systray Problem

    Temp2.exe will hide the systray icon, email vex86@rogers.com if you want a copy of it.
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    Systray Problem

    Temp2.exe will hide the systray icon, email vex86@rogers.com if you want a copy of it.
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    ugh?

    You seem to be foreign to english, which is ok; however, it makes it hard for all the AntiOnline members to reply. I think what you're trying to ask is for pointers on how to learn c and c++. Many...
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    ugh?

    You seem to be foreign to english, which is ok; however, it makes it hard for all the AntiOnline members to reply. I think what you're trying to ask is for pointers on how to learn c and c++. Many...
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    Agreed.

    LOF. That sounds so familure; the whole, I help you, I get screwed over for doing something I shouldn't be doing. I too was looked at after a computer would die, it even got to the point where I got...
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    Script Kiddies

    Hello,
    It seems you have a bunch of script kiddies at school. I bet they got all that crap of some "HACKERS ONLY" website. Laf. Anyways, pop open command.com, type netstat -a. Check if theres a...
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    Close; but no cigar.

    Well, you're almost on the ball, however... The FBI is only after those who cause significant damage, most of the time its script kiddies. They dont wonder off, they follow conventional paths...
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