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  1. Thread: Back (again)

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    Back (again)

    Thought I would try again to return to being a little more active around here, despite my growing disdain for whats going on in the infosec world, apparently taking your time to hack something is now...
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    Thanks. As to what kept me away, I suspect a...

    Thanks.

    As to what kept me away, I suspect a combination of changing job and being far more busier, and having a more senior position I seemed have less time to spend on lower level tech stuff...
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    Its almost 2 years..

    Since my last post on here, so I figured I should say hello again. I hope everyone is continuing to have fun in the action packed thrill ride that is information security.

    or something like that...
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    start with a windows box that you don`t patch,...

    start with a windows box that you don`t patch, then try your exploits. Many of the metasploit exploits will not worked against an up to date, patched, box. Metasploit is not overflowing with 0day...
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    check out the tomahawk IPS test tool -...

    check out the tomahawk IPS test tool - http://www.tomahawktesttool.org/ Throwing one attack at a time through the IPS is going to let you know if it has the capability to block that specific attack,...
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    Also keep in mind that your IPS can be used in an...

    Also keep in mind that your IPS can be used in an attack on your network and block all your legitimate users.

    MS, that intrusion tolerant design sounds nice in theory, never seen it in practice,...
  7. Every country seems to have a number of...

    Every country seems to have a number of questinable laws, its not a US only problem. As I said check out the RIP, the various laws passed across Europe, China..etc...

    Seems to be a global thing to...
  8. Aside from having the Regulation of investigatory...

    Aside from having the Regulation of investigatory powers act......
  9. Thread: what happened?

    by R0n1n
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    what happened?

    I was reading the latest issue of Blacklisted 411 and someone had wrote in a letter asking about what happened to the community (as in the security community/hacking community) and it got me...
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    Sure read as much code as you can find, tinker...

    Sure read as much code as you can find, tinker with it, learn to identify the good from the bad and learn to write good code. Learning how to do anything (even math) well gives you a good building...
  11. Thread: download

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    There is a plugin for Azureus - safepeer which...

    There is a plugin for Azureus - safepeer which will apparently block the IPs of those who are out to catch you... although how useful/good it will be I shall leave up to you to find out.

    However,...
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    some companies that have not been mentioned: ...

    some companies that have not been mentioned:

    NGS (UK)
    ISS
    Symantec
    Big 4 - PWC, KPMG, D&T, E&Y

    Also, most large financial institutions will have a group that at least dabble in pen testing
  13. You might be better of looking at how Cisco could...

    You might be better of looking at how Cisco could destory the net, or at least bring it to a halt, given the way they responded to the Cisco vulnerabilities released earlier this year. As was...
  14. Thread: Linux TCO

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    Linux TCO

    Following the MS TCO ads that seem to be all over the place, IBM have done some Linux research:

    http://www-1.ibm.com/linux/competitive/solarisToLinux.shtml

    Where (unsuprisingly) Linux comes out...
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    after spedning several minutes thinking of the...

    after spedning several minutes thinking of the best way to respond, I think I will just laugh and agree with XTC.

    Although you forgot to mention that it is importnat to always wear sunglasses,...
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    There is a good book called application security,...

    There is a good book called application security, or web app security, which has a picture of a cowboy hat on the front...can`t remember what the bloody name is at the moment.

    I think if you...
  17. Thread: eEye Retina

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    I`ve used (and use) Retina, its ok, although I do...

    I`ve used (and use) Retina, its ok, although I do agree with Nebulus that it has some flaws and i have seen it as being very flakey at times. You could of course look at one of the other (hundreds) f...
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    Poll: I like M0n0wall, stick it on a piece of kit like...

    I like M0n0wall, stick it on a piece of kit like the ones from Soekris, and you have a fine home firewall.

    For corp use, Cyberguard is great (at least i think it is) and OpenBSD makes a nice...
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    Which consulting firm?

    Hi All,

    My company is looking to use a consulting firm for some security work we need to have done (I have too much work to do!) some security reviews and a couple of pen tests out at some sites....
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    Mike did raise the point that for the hole to be...

    Mike did raise the point that for the hole to be used for a worm in the current environment would require a worm to be about 40mb in size...so don`t be too concerned just yet. Cisco are looking at...
  21. The pdf is now a letter from ISS lawyers.

    The pdf is now a letter from ISS lawyers.
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    I was at the presentation, and applaud Mike for...

    I was at the presentation, and applaud Mike for what he did.

    He also pointed out that anyone who has kept their systems up to date with patches is not at risk. However Cisco have some stuff in the...
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    Have a look at this ...

    Have a look at this

    http://www.isecom.org/osstmm/
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    I have done some security assessments against zOS...

    I have done some security assessments against zOS using RACF, as long as RACF has been implemented properly its damn good. What specific questions do you have? just the general security overall?
  25. Thread: Rsa 2005

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    Rsa 2005

    Anyone going to (or at) RSA 2005? Looks like it should be a good conference.
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