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  1. Dino unless your planning on using it on a 2.*...

    Dino unless your planning on using it on a 2.* installation it is kinda out-dated and would require a fair bit of "Hacking" to make it work on 3.* / 4.* vb versions. Why not just mod the current...
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    I dont see a problem with it. Sure, the business...

    I dont see a problem with it. Sure, the business have to get involved, but for most organisations they simply cannot function on paper alone. So while they have a immediate use for paper, over the...
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    Irong33k has info on he's site:>...

    Irong33k has info on he's site:> http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/madmacs-mac-spoofer

    I'm also positive that he's got a tutorial or 2 located here on these very forums regarding...
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    Spent a bit reading this thread, and i guess the...

    Spent a bit reading this thread, and i guess the original dwindle in numbers may of been due to this?

    if i remember correctly i was not the only person to recieve these "Spam Pm's" a few years...
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    We get quite a few of these at work. It's...

    We get quite a few of these at work. It's entertaining to play with these emails to see how far the rabbit hole really goes. Some of them are simple phishing scams, but they're not much fun. The best...
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    I'm not quite gone - I just don't poke my head in...

    I'm not quite gone - I just don't poke my head in here nearly as often as I used to.

    Edit: I miss the trivia too. :)
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    I've had a lot of success with Spybot - Search &...

    I've had a lot of success with Spybot - Search & Destroy. Would you be willing to give it a try?

    http://security.kolla.de/
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    There are lots of IDS's out there that claim to...

    There are lots of IDS's out there that claim to be anomaly detection systems. Most of them end up being just another expensive signature-based IDS once you look under the hood (if they'll even allow...
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    While I agree that it might be useful to make...

    While I agree that it might be useful to make people earn the right to upload code, I don't see much use for controlling the download of code. If I ever have some code that I thought might be...
  10. Once you pass a certain threshold (2048 bits may...

    Once you pass a certain threshold (2048 bits may be over that threshold), it becomes easier to brute force the key's password than it is to break the encryption itself. If you're going to go hog wild...
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    The simple answer is that if you're using lynx to...

    The simple answer is that if you're using lynx to surf the web, I don't think you're going to have any issues getting the bandwith you need - even without dividing the bandwidth.

    The slightly more...
  12. Thread: Port Scanner

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    Most of the time, I would agree with thehorse13,...

    Most of the time, I would agree with thehorse13, but I suppose that there is always room for new ideas and new ways of doing things.

    What port scanner do you suppose was the best before nmap? What...
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    Compression is always a computationally intense...

    Compression is always a computationally intense project, but generic file compression has been done again and again and again and again and again (sensing a theme?). Try selecting one specific type...
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    As part of my job, I occasionally do some work...

    As part of my job, I occasionally do some work very similar to the officer in the story, so I can empathize with his frustrations. Sometimes you go home at the end of the day feeling very dirty for...
  15. Thread: @Stake

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    I think the point that most of you are missing...

    I think the point that most of you are missing here is that this paper was written as INDEPENDENT RESEARCH. He was not promoting this paper as if it were @Stake's opinion, just writing a paper about...
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    Have you noticed the search feature in the upper...

    Have you noticed the search feature in the upper right hand corner? Try doing a search for anitvirus or firewall, you should find hundreds of matches that answer your exact question.
    ...
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    Sometimes, if you don't have the most recent...

    Sometimes, if you don't have the most recent service pack installed, new patches won't install properly and will fail silently. While this is not true for all MS patches, I have run into it on more...
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    That IP is the default IP that all windows boxes...

    That IP is the default IP that all windows boxes use when dhcp requests fail. I'd check your cables and the dhcp service on the xp pro box if it ever happens again.
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    Check out this post for a discussion on raw...

    Check out this post for a discussion on raw sockets:

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=634481

    If you're really interested in learning, you'd probably be better off learning a...
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    Hey, Would you mind posting the zip file for us...

    Hey, Would you mind posting the zip file for us to pick apart? Call me crazy, but I enjoy doing computers forensics and reverse engineering malware.
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    I'm going to have to go with jdenny on this one....

    I'm going to have to go with jdenny on this one. You never instantiated mb and inside the contructor you have the line :

    mb.add(bleh)

    That's most likely where your null exception is coming from.
  22. Thread: Useful Tools

    by str34m3r
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    If you're interested in more tools and links to...

    If you're interested in more tools and links to those tools, try out the Top 75 list from insecure.org:

    http://www.insecure.org/tools.html
  23. Basic 'net send' probably doesn't work because a...

    Basic 'net send' probably doesn't work because a lot of ISP's now block ports 135, 137-139, and occasionally 445. There is however another way around. For Windows 2000 and later, net send attempts to...
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    Were you asking a question or just making an...

    Were you asking a question or just making an announcement?
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    I'll ask a potentially stupid question, but do...

    I'll ask a potentially stupid question, but do you have arctic silver or some other heat transfer compound between them? I've had a system shut itself down before because I didn't cover the entire...
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