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December 15th, 2006 03:30 PM
I've been a linux user for years and you know what? I've got three (count 'em) OS X boxes in this house and am getting ready to purchase a fourth (a mini) to attach full time to my home theatre...
December 15th, 2006 02:26 PM
So, you've patched all your servers, you're using 802.1x on every switchport, You have incredibly covuluted access rules for your data, and your firewalls and IDS/IPS are top notch. So you're pretty...
December 7th, 2005 01:48 PM
If I may add my two cents about the honey pot idea:
I think unless you clearly define what your scope is going to be, how and what you intend to monitor, and what you intend to do about it, it's...
October 29th, 2005 08:21 PM
I'd fix the box you have, make the repairs, re-use smoothwall.
I'm using the 3.0 alpha and it works fine, nothing wrong with version 2 though either.
If you aren't familiar with the Cisco...
February 14th, 2005 10:30 PM
Oops..missed that. Sorry.
February 14th, 2005 10:08 PM
Okay, so I think it's funny. :)
January 13th, 2005 04:43 PM
Just a quick linky...
January 10th, 2005 11:57 PM
I'm awful partial to:
Exploiting Software by Hoglund and McGraw
As well as the Stealing The Network books published by Black Hat
September 13th, 2004 01:31 PM
That's a pretty hard question to answer without knowing something about your network. What does your company do? How many users? How many offices? What are your primary user complaints? etc.
August 23rd, 2004 06:25 PM
Get 'em Neg!!!
Grrrrr!!!! Grrrrr!!!!! *WOOF* :D
August 21st, 2004 10:48 AM
Filtered ports are ports that don't reply to the portscan at all.
August 20th, 2004 12:00 PM
Well, for windows there is cryptainer . I imagine if you are dual booting *nix and windows it would work as long as you have NTFS file support built into your nix partition. I haven't tried it...
August 19th, 2004 12:58 PM
If you've got a boss leary about using free software --and I've had a couple of those-- then you could look at SourceFire's implementation of snort. You still get the software, but you have someone...
August 18th, 2004 05:43 PM
Another excellent read on the subject is Exploiting Software, How to Break Code by Greg Hoglund and Gary McGraw.
You can find it on Amazon, or order it direct from the author at Rootkit
August 18th, 2004 03:13 AM
Start Syslog, set up an off-router repository for the logs. Easy as pie.
-edit: Dammit, I should have asked the obvious question. What model router and what IOS version are you running. I...
August 18th, 2004 01:14 AM
None that are as active and as all-encompassing as this one.
There are several I frequent that only deal with one thing. IE. Root Kit but it's slow and hell....they're only talking about...
August 18th, 2004 01:02 AM
From personal experience:
I had an idiot IT director at my last job (we got rid of him eventually :D ) who wanted us to set up a Microsoft terminal server at the central office so he (and all...
August 17th, 2004 01:03 AM
I beta'd sp2 and removed it in a day.
I gave it another shot a few days later and pulled it off again really quickly.
For Suzy Secretary who spends too much time surfing when she should be typing...
August 16th, 2004 03:15 PM
At my last job when I got bored I would simply watch my DNS servers as they resolved. Since I had a list of who had what address I could often catch people in 'real time' surfing to sites they...
August 15th, 2004 05:38 AM
Not quite, but thank you.
I need something like cygwin that is installed locally. Essentially I want to run a gui-less Unix in a virtual machine without having to install vmware. I don't have a...
August 15th, 2004 05:27 AM
Yep, sounds like you either:
a) inadvertently applied MAC filtering and didn't include your hw address to the list or
b) your neighbor caught you using his AP.
The first you should be able to...
August 15th, 2004 05:22 AM
I'm looking for something a little more full featured than cygwin. Something with a native c compiler would be nice. I googled but didn't have any luck.
August 15th, 2004 01:22 AM
Well, I'm a WAN guy, so I always look to do it in hardware. Let the servers do what their supposed to do and never let the bad stuff get to it. What kind of data devices are you using? Switches,...
August 8th, 2004 12:52 PM
Well, I'm by no means an expert in the embedded arena, but I did, however, read a book once called Embedded Linux. I can't find the author at the moment, but I specifically remember thinking how...
August 7th, 2004 06:56 PM
If you go back to the last post on the first page (made by yours truly) and click on the two links....all your questions are answered.
If you don't understand, then come here and say "Gee TK, I...