Search Results - Antionline Forums - Maximum Security for a Connected World

Search:

Type: Posts; User: swarisd; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 2 1 2

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    18
    Views
    2,482

    Everyone is giving good advice here. Using Nmap...

    Everyone is giving good advice here. Using Nmap is legal, however, using Nmap for malicious purposes can get you into trouble if isomeone uses it to break into someone else's system. I use Nmap to...
  2. Thread: Best Browser

    by swarisd
    Replies
    18
    Views
    1,803

    Give Firefox a shot. It is created by Mozilla...

    Give Firefox a shot. It is created by Mozilla and seems to be a pretty solid browser. Least Buggy?? Less vulnerable?? These are relevant to use and access to underlying code, therefore hard to...
  3. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,265

    People tend to get hung up on locking down ports,...

    People tend to get hung up on locking down ports, well these ports are open because of services running. If you shutoff the running services, then the ports will be closed. Learn what services you...
  4. Thread: email question

    by swarisd
    Replies
    17
    Views
    2,418

    First of all, your manager having you and others...

    First of all, your manager having you and others to give your password to an assistant is a no no. This is a bad way to ensure email from customers and clients can be accessed. The preferred...
  5. Thread: Identy theft

    by swarisd
    Replies
    12
    Views
    1,368

    The perp better be snapping that camera as fast...

    The perp better be snapping that camera as fast as he can because to catch my credit card numbers, he'd have to have a pretty fast shutter. What I'm saying is, in reality, my credit card is not...
  6. Replies
    5
    Views
    3,470

    Thursby's Tstalk...

    Thursby's Tstalk looks interesting.
  7. Replies
    17
    Views
    2,036

    I don't see the need for a go between for devices...

    I don't see the need for a go between for devices that use telnet/ssh for administration. I do see a use for a radius/tacacs type solutioin to authenticate your administrators. As we know, there's...
  8. Replies
    17
    Views
    2,036

    Try WRQ (http://www.wrq.com) They have some...

    Try WRQ They have some terminal emulation software that may help you.



    You will get more bang for the buck if you went with web/http enabled applicatioins and used something like what Neoteris...
  9. Replies
    29
    Views
    2,072

    This article...

    This article says Riverhead could have been able to help SCO keep it's website up. Anyone had any experience with Riverhead?
  10. Replies
    29
    Views
    2,072

    WOW, I would have thought different. Especially...

    WOW, I would have thought different. Especially if their ecommerce is tied into their content website. This may not be the case though sense I am speculating. This response from SCO is a surprise...
  11. Replies
    29
    Views
    2,072

    Symantec's website says this: I wonder...

    Symantec's website says this:




    I wonder what laws of probability they used? LOL.

    All jokes aside, this is very very serious, despite how the Gnu/Linux community or anyone else for that...
  12. Replies
    6
    Views
    1,985

    To me, installing pcanywhere on every machine...

    To me, installing pcanywhere on every machine seems like an administrator's nightmare, somewhat. It all depends on how many pc's you have to install pcanywhere on. One solution I am looking at is...
  13. Thread: How Do I????

    by swarisd
    Replies
    12
    Views
    1,269

    As been said before your best bet is to ask the...

    As been said before your best bet is to ask the admin, if you know who he/she is, what firewall they use. More than likely they will tell you, especially if they feel comfortable it is patched and...
  14. Thread: Being Scanned

    by swarisd
    Replies
    28
    Views
    1,439

    I think everyone here has some very valuable...

    I think everyone here has some very valuable points. I have to stand a little more on the side of Maestr0. My opinion is scans are a way of life on the net and I really feel you have to look at the...
  15. Thread: Hacking

    by swarisd
    Replies
    38
    Views
    4,923

    Hacking with malicious intent is bad. Who better...

    Hacking with malicious intent is bad. Who better to hack than yourself? Keeps your out of court, out of jail. I think you should go for it. You ask is there any way to practice. May sound dumb,...
  16. Thread: Being Scanned

    by swarisd
    Replies
    28
    Views
    1,439

    Alot of interesting things have been said in this...

    Alot of interesting things have been said in this thread. I am in no way affiliated with the company in question. It seems everyone here has deemed a port scan as something terribly bad. Well, I...
  17. Replies
    9
    Views
    776

    There seem to be some issues with the IDS module,...

    There seem to be some issues with the IDS module, it seems to lack permit and deny configuration options. Also, some logging issues. Check out dslreports. They have a kerio firewall forum and some...
  18. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,172

    Sure, attacking your network is a good way to...

    Sure, attacking your network is a good way to assess your vulnerabilities. I think the question to ask yourself is, do you know enough about the different types of vulnerabilities and the tools...
  19. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,172

    The first step in finding vulnerabilities in a...

    The first step in finding vulnerabilities in a network would be to interview every system owner in your organization and find out as much about applications and processes as you can. This will help...
  20. Replies
    46
    Views
    2,979

    I may be wrong, but in reading the original post,...

    I may be wrong, but in reading the original post, I made the assumption that the question asked leaned more towards Is there a need to have a firewall installed. The proof of concept is under the...
  21. Replies
    46
    Views
    2,979

    Wow!! Nice discussion. Let me through my 2 cents...

    Wow!! Nice discussion. Let me through my 2 cents worth in.



    This was the original question. My answer is your average user doesn't know what the heck a port or service is. Thats a bad...
  22. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,064

    Your global command is wrong. You have: ...

    Your global command is wrong. You have:



    Well, from what you describe x.x.x.118 is another device. It should be the outside interface or whatever IP you want to use for PAT.

    For kicks,...
  23. Replies
    6
    Views
    991

    The programming language doesn't matter, and the...

    The programming language doesn't matter, and the virus is only as good as the coding. Is one PL better for writing virii? Maybe, maybe not. It's a personal choice I would say.

    No, they aren't...
  24. Ask your network admin or your boss. They'll let...

    Ask your network admin or your boss. They'll let you know exactly what you can and can't do.
  25. Thread: Help !!!!!

    by swarisd
    Replies
    11
    Views
    944

    Use the old linux bootdisk method to change the...

    Use the old linux bootdisk method to change the administrator password, and you're set.

    Here's a site that describes the process.

    Good Luck!

    Well, I guess MsMittens and TheHorse and I...
Results 1 to 25 of 44
Page 1 of 2 1 2

 Security News

     Patches

       Security Trends

         How-To

           Buying Guides