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    Thanks man. Appreciate the help. 10ded

    Thanks man. Appreciate the help.


    10ded
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    Monmotha's firewall script

    Does anyone know whether Monmotha's firewall script logs any access attempts or does it go straight into the /dev/null?

    Im using it on a redhat 7.3 system.

    10ded
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    no probs. let me know how it goes 10ded

    no probs. let me know how it goes

    10ded
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    So, let me get this straight. You are trying to...

    So, let me get this straight. You are trying to run 2 different machines now off of your two seperate hd's? If so, then your problem really isnt all that bad. Seperate the Hd's and put them into...
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    Or you can hit CTRL + ALT + F1 and it will throw...

    Or you can hit CTRL + ALT + F1 and it will throw you to a terminal window sans xwindows.
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    SETI@home vulnerability

    This is a quote from www.net-security.org

    SETI@home Clients Information Leakage and Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
    Posted on 07 April 2003


    Information leakage and remotely
    exploitable...
  7. I hate to break this to you, but how do you think...

    I hate to break this to you, but how do you think the US got all of those al queda guys they captured to spill the beans? I mean, this guy is like the Operations planner for the whole network and...
  8. OK, Lets talk about the rule of 1 million and the...

    OK, Lets talk about the rule of 1 million and the NSA. If anyone has heard of this before then skip to the end.
    The rule of 1 million and the NSA is explained as follows. The NSA told everyone that...
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    try looking at www.bookpool.com Thats where I...

    try looking at www.bookpool.com
    Thats where I get most of my computer books and they are usually 40% less than retail.

    10Ded
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    Greets guys!! Ok, here is my amatuer attempt at...

    Greets guys!!
    Ok, here is my amatuer attempt at analysis. Please bear with me and correct anything that I am remiss on.

    1. Its IPv4 with 20 bytes apiece for TCP/IP
    2. The actual packet length is...
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    Str34m3r, Let me see if I understand your post...

    Str34m3r,
    Let me see if I understand your post correctly. The r@j in the fields on the right hand side are tcpdumps attempt to correlate the hex information to a readable format. By converting those...
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    Guys, I apologize for jumping in at the last...

    Guys, I apologize for jumping in at the last minute, but this is an awesome post. Im just trying to learn how to get into forensics, and Im learning a great deal. I started by looking at dons post...
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    WOW!! Thanx for all the outpouring of support....

    WOW!!
    Thanx for all the outpouring of support. Now if I could only figure out samba. /grrrr/

    10Ded
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    Wierd Process

    I recently did a "ps aux" command on my default RH7.3 system and i had a wierd process come up running under root. Im fairly new at linux so Im not really sure what it is. At the far right column...
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    Free Unix/Linux books for downloading

    http://www.maththinking.com/boat/booksIndex.html

    I found this link while looking thru the archives on www.linuxjunior.org

    You really have to see to believe.

    10Ded :D
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    1. Ive heard this one b4, but i cant remember...

    1. Ive heard this one b4, but i cant remember what it is to save my life.
    2. 28
    3. the guy crying.
    4. friday is the name of his transportation.
    5. a coal mine.
    6. no.
    Its only 6:30 in the...
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    Typical what? DId you ask "hey how do i hack...

    Typical what?
    DId you ask "hey how do i hack {insert client here} or did you have an intelligent question that they refusd to answer.
    by the tone of this one i would guess the former.
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    What question did you ask?

    What question did you ask?
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    Thanks!!!! I appreciate all the timely help. ...

    Thanks!!!! I appreciate all the timely help.
    Cheers.
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    USB Connections

    GReets all!!!
    Does anyone know how long an usb cable can be? Is there a IEEE standard like ethernet?
    Any help would be appreciated.
    tnx
    :D
    10Ded
  21. Thread: Palladium

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    Palladium

    Has anyone heard about the new security effort being put forth by micro$oft? It requires you to buy a new computer, and other hardware devices...... BWahahahahahahahaahah

    these guys have to be out...
  22. Mostly, the government only will set the dogs out...

    Mostly, the government only will set the dogs out when they have been directly attacked themselves. And unfortunately, the comment about the worthless american media is correct. The old saying "if it...
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    This sounds a lot like the "gang" problems that...

    This sounds a lot like the "gang" problems that most cities were facing way back when. But most of it still comes down to knowing what your kids and thier friends are up to. I was a little bit of a...
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    If you want to throw some fiction in there, try...

    If you want to throw some fiction in there, try reading The Bear and The Dragon by Tom Clancy. He has a fanciful idea of how a couple lines of code hidden in a software upgrade is used to spy on the...
  25. Thread: Linux

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    you should use the i586 one. I recommend check...

    you should use the i586 one. I recommend check with the website to be absolutely positive but you should be good to go.
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