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  1. Thread: Blocking sites

    by Enode
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    You could give Dansguardian a try It s a free...

    You could give Dansguardian a try

    It s a free (for education) solution and provides url/domain filtering as well as content filtering baesed on actual html page contents i.e you can limit the...
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    Check what subnet the server is on, you are on...

    Check what subnet the server is on, you are on and also the network 2k box's, they are probably all on different subnets and access is only allowed to the server from the w2k subnet.
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    homepage

    Hi, just thought i would post this here.
    its my site, please let me know what u think, suggestions welcome, textfiles on there.

    www.prodigynetwork.co.uk

    thnx
  4. Thread: port 6000

    by Enode
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    port 6000

    Hi, the Port 6000 is X. As it is a robust flexible GUI at allows connections from/to other computers. Closing the port im unsure of, but u can protect it, just change your /etc/hosts.deny and...
  5. Thread: Buffer Overflows

    by Enode
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    Overflows

    hmm, o.k

    Put simply without anything technical ....

    when programming (usualy in C) the programmers will use variables. A variable is a buffer, and its usualy the character variables that are...
  6. Thread: Binary Coding

    by Enode
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    Binary Code !

    With All the binary in the Air for this thread, i thought i'd change it slightly, and say ... this is where hex comes into play.

    U dont program in binary, u can however program in hex. Assemblers...
  7. Email ?

    lol, all this for trying to read your hotmail Email ?
    i doubt that.

    but if its of any help, i did read once that it was possible to get around websence by converting the site ip into decimal...
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    Well, I would have to say l0pht is used alot, and...

    Well, I would have to say l0pht is used alot, and by most people.

    if remote, and admin group access, sam dumps are all good.
    but if remote and only normal user account access then problems
    ...
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    Code Red

    Hi

    The log is from code red (1 or 2), it uses the IIS ida vulnerability to access remote machines and copy its self over. perfectly harmless to apache. The only pain is it fills the log, and...
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    Hi, if exploere crashes when u select it, it...

    Hi, if exploere crashes when u select it, it could be a sign of the old extended ascii filename.

    it can only be removed through dos becuase windows doesn't support the same ascii table. its...
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