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  1. Thread: samspade

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    Spade basically takes all the basic networking...

    Spade basically takes all the basic networking tools (ping, traceroute, nslookup, etc..) and roles them into one fairly easy GUI. Neat little tool, but you can do most everything at any given CLI,...
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    You know, it's funny this thread comes up. I've...

    You know, it's funny this thread comes up. I've been doing a lot of pinging at work all summer, making sure machines are up and such, and I noticed the difference in TTL fields between Windows and...
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    Re: Student Inquiry, Infosec Education

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    I am currently a graduate student at of the many schools schools that is currently endorsed by the NSA as being a "Center of Excellence" for Information Assurance (Security) education. I am...
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    I had the same problems back in November as Val...

    I had the same problems back in November as Val in his first post...except I got bit by Welchia... stayed up 'til 2 or 3am just to fix all the crap the worm left behind. Live and learn indeed.
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    Re: Trouble is coming - Case in point.

    3800 lines of assembly? Holy crap!! I'd pity 'him' for writing all that if it weren't for the fact that the thing will raise more hell online than I'd care to think about. But seriously, what...
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    My $.02... Not quite a book, but a link with a...

    My $.02...

    Not quite a book, but a link with a bunch of free ones, and many for download. I think it's a good reference. They're broken down by topic. Enjoy.
    ...
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    That's to all who responded...everyone has been a...

    That's to all who responded...everyone has been a great help thus far.

    Now for an update...

    The trendmicro.com online virus scan revealed 3 trojans total, but one had infected twice...
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    RPC Doom Virus??

    I was chatting with my girlfriend earlier tonight when she told me of a strange occurance with her computer at school. Not quite what to make of it myself, so I thought I'd run it by my fellow AO...
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    Funny that I run into this discussion now... ...

    Funny that I run into this discussion now...

    I'm in an Information Warfare class here in the US, and next weeks topic is titled Computer Hacking. Among the list of recommended references is a...
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    That's kinda funny...yet scary at the same time. ...

    That's kinda funny...yet scary at the same time.

    But I wonder which comes first for open source OSes...the discovery of the whole and the subsequent patch or the exploit? Any thoughts or...
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    I haven't heard anything lately about the exact...

    I haven't heard anything lately about the exact legality of honeypots, so I couldn't tell you for sure. The whole article spawned from an indpendent study course I did on honeypots last year, in...
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    Sorry 'bout that folks... didn't realize the...

    Sorry 'bout that folks... didn't realize the wacky formatting when I posted it. Note to self: when writing tuts, stick with the same editor.

    Anywho, I pasted it into the main body of the...
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    A General Honeypot Tutorial

    Well, here it is... my first crack at a tutorial. Thought it was about time I gave back to the AO community.

    It's a general honeypot tutorial which has been a work in progress for while, so I...
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    Here's a thought... how about they just go back...

    Here's a thought... how about they just go back to basics and check the actual code for potential overflows?? Rather than designing in security, this just sounds like another after-the-fact patch...
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    As Relyt said, pick up a copy of "Honeypots -...

    As Relyt said, pick up a copy of "Honeypots - Tracking Hackers". It's written by Lance Spitzner and is an excellent, excellent book. It's very informative, yet a relatively easy read at the same...
  16. Re: Everything a hacker needs to know about ....

    I've been wondering if you were the same Agent Steal as the other... Now I know, and knowing is half the battle...

    alpha
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    There's also a bunch of websites out there that...

    There's also a bunch of websites out there that offer tools to play with as well. I've never played with any of these myself, but people I know say they're pretty good.

    Open Source Forensics ...
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    Don't forget to check for trojans. Not sure how...

    Don't forget to check for trojans. Not sure how likely it is, but worth a check anyway. Especially if appears to be semi-randomly rebooting.

    I'd have to concur with the previous format...
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    I have to agree with the Smoothwall...

    I have to agree with the Smoothwall recommendations. Aside from being the only Linux based firewall I have any kind of experience with, like others have mentioned, it is fairly easy to install. The...
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    Thanks for the responses. I was a little...

    Thanks for the responses. I was a little skeptical of the RFC's at first, fearing they would be a bit *too* techie detailed for my level of understanding. But they're actually not too bad. I've...
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    IPv6 Question

    I was wondering if anyone knows of some good web links, books, articles, or other kinds of sources relating to IPv6?

    Reason I ask is that I'm working on a group paper and all of the info that...
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    War Gaming as a classroom exercise?? Sounds like...

    War Gaming as a classroom exercise?? Sounds like a blast. It's the experience I've always wanted to gain in class, but the schools have been to damn wimpy...well, here in the US at least. Guess...
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    I really do hope these people were bright enough...

    I really do hope these people were bright enough not to connect critical systems like these up to the Internet. If they did, they're just asking for trouble...

    alpha
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    I must agree with allen, at very least *consider*...

    I must agree with allen, at very least *consider* a Dell. HP's still scare me. I had one about 5 years back, and ever since I first pulled it out of the box I had nothing but trouble with it. From...
  25. I agree with sysmin about giving examples. ...

    I agree with sysmin about giving examples. Mitnick's book has plenty of them it seems, though I haven't read it yet and couldn't tell you for sure. I'm going off of what I've seen flipping through....
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