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  1. My first computer was a Schneider (Amstrad)...

    My first computer was a Schneider (Amstrad) CPC-464

    My biggest mistake ? Oh ... I guess like many people typing "del a:*.*" and answer "yes" a bit too fast to realize that it was the only MS-DOS...
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    Looking for ill-named processes is not a bad...

    Looking for ill-named processes is not a bad idea, but what about a hacker that name is trojan like WINLGEXEC.exe or w2kreport.exe ?

    Another idea is to take another computer, with a portscanner...
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    Poll: Is there many women in here ?

    Well ... Let's ask ... Is there any woman in here ?

    Jean-Francois
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    MsMittens and Hebris

    Well, It seems that AntiOnline will become soon RomanceOnline.

    Herbis seems to be *really* in love, which manifests in geek by saying things like "My linux is cool because I can harden it by...
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    Poll: Seems that i'm in the top ten with my age of 27!...

    Seems that i'm in the top ten with my age of 27!

    Jean-Francois
  6. Thread: Inetd file

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    In fact, inetd.conf is read by inetd. In our...

    In fact, inetd.conf is read by inetd.

    In our terms, inetd is a meta server, which means it is responsible for listening to (incoming) connections, and firing the right service (like in.telnetd or...
  7. Thread: Trojan

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    Re: Re: Thank youuu!

    Bad_News, please do us a favor and go kill yourself!

    Jean-Francois
  8. Thread: free servers

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    Re: free servers

    What about installing Apache/PHP/Mysql on your computer ?

    Jean-Francois
  9. Thread: Linux

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    Poll: Re: Linux

    Security is not in linux itself (except for a few "basic" mechanisms provided by all distributions, but in what the sysadmin makes with it, what he wants to do, what services are installed and so on....
  10. But aren't we flaming in here ? Jean-Francois

    But aren't we flaming in here ?

    Jean-Francois
  11. Thread: Defacing..

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    Mainly, you exploit bugs in the webserver's...

    Mainly, you exploit bugs in the webserver's capacity to handle request like files outside its root, or poorly implemented scripts (like bad php coding or things like that).

    You can also hack the...
  12. Thread: nutella?

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    Hello you ... It could effectevely be a port...

    Hello you ...

    It could effectevely be a port blocking, which drop any connection attempted to port known to belong to that applications. Or they can also block traffic to certain hosts.

    Modern...
  13. In fact, it was a mismatch in the pre-shared key...

    In fact, it was a mismatch in the pre-shared key which was the sole responsible.

    So, VPN between OpenBSD and CheckPoint FW-1 works perfectly!

    Jean-Francois
  14. Thread: PHP Virus

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    Re: PHP Virus

    In fact, if you mean that "can my computer used as a web client be infected by a PHP virus", the answer is as far as I know no.

    PHP is a scripting language that is executed on the server, not on...
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    If you want to avoid tricky-tricky manipulations,...

    If you want to avoid tricky-tricky manipulations, you can also add a bootloader which is neither the linux one nor the win one.

    If I remember correctly, you have one of them on the install disk...
  16. Well, 38% geek ... not bad for a socially skilled...

    Well, 38% geek ... not bad for a socially skilled man!

    Jean-Francois
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    Hello Kakakool ... It was a long time since...

    Hello Kakakool ...

    It was a long time since you said something completly stupid. Seems that you can't control on that point, do you ?

    You can write a C/C++ compiler in assembly. You can also...
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    Re: ftp hacking and cracking

    Yes, there are some ways of doing that.

    Jean-Francois
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    Re: hey all of u pls read this....

    I guess you can start your thread in general chit-chat room, isn't it ?

    Jean-Francois
  20. Thread: hack attack

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    Re: hack attack

    Beside knowing "how should you define when you're under attack", here are the first tools that can help you ...

    If you notice an IP address trying to do really bad things, you can :

    trace him...
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    Re: Microcontrollers

    What about TI DSP.

    BTW, what do you mean by "it can't have a lot of support chips?"

    You mean the address gate and some stuff needed by the 8051 to generate both data and address BUSes ?

    I...
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    They had not to worry too much. Nt crashes, it...

    They had not to worry too much. Nt crashes, it doesn't sink.

    Jean-Francois
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    Re: Question on Root

    Ok, for the first question, if you want to login as root with telnet, have a look at /etc/securetty. It describes the tty which are considered as enough secure to accept direct root login.

    If I...
  24. Thread: Unbelievable

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    Sorry, too much basket this week. LBA, not MBA. ...

    Sorry, too much basket this week. LBA, not MBA.

    Jean-Francois
  25. Thread: Unbelievable

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    Do you think to note what the other computer(s)...

    Do you think to note what the other computer(s) said in their BIOS ? I mean, differences in BIOS recognition could lead to this strange behaviour.

    I remember having the same trouble when I was...
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