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  1. Hey Lui, yes there is configuration required...

    Hey Lui,
    yes there is configuration required depending on what you want to do, you will have to do some reading. When stacking is enabled, note the extra number for interfaces which indicates the...
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    Hogfly is correct, you can get source for v2 ......

    Hogfly is correct, you can get source for v2 ... might be worth paying for current version (5) - better functionality
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    Hi, Easiest solution IMHO is to dump the config...

    Hi,
    Easiest solution IMHO is to dump the config and create a fresh one - I like to keep it simple :)
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    Nice tip Gore... :) Might be better to...

    Nice tip Gore... :)

    Might be better to suggest Bastille though - http://www.bastille-linux.org/ - doesnt require much skill to run, end up with a more secure box - also teaches noobs a bit on...
  5. Thread: wireless

    by krang
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    BTW there is a switch which supplies power to the...

    BTW there is a switch which supplies power to the antenna, make sure it is on

    P.S. I dont think this is the place to post this kind of topic

    Krang
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    Your XP is no longer, be the linux..... Krang

    Your XP is no longer, be the linux.....


    Krang
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    Why not use Alt+PrtScreen and paste into...

    Why not use Alt+PrtScreen and paste into word/wordpad, thats how I usuallly make guides...

    Krang
  8. Thread: Carnivore

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    Heres a nice link you may like to investigate on...

    Heres a nice link you may like to investigate on Echelon (carnivore)

    http://www.europarl.eu.int/committees/echelon_home.htm

    Krang
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    Analysing your post, I find that you are not as...

    Analysing your post, I find that you are not as illiterate as you appear, please do not try to pretend you are a 13yo with a speech impediment. Be concise, we don't care if you are 45 and working for...
  10. Thread: locking files

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    If you use EFS (encryption) that will make it...

    If you use EFS (encryption) that will make it relatively secure except admin has the recovery role,(only on NTFS) if you can lockout admin (change admin password) then you are secure.

    (you're...
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    I usually use "rpm -Uvh packagename" even when...

    I usually use "rpm -Uvh packagename" even when installing, it should upgrade anything pre-existing


    Krang
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    Whichever make you buy, the first thing you need...

    Whichever make you buy, the first thing you need to do is get the latest stable firmware, they tend to come a little out of date. Newer firmware can solve issues for you before you encounter them.
    ...
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    Search term "firewalk" Nota Bene : I am...

    Search term "firewalk"

    Nota Bene : I am contributing to this thread because it's important to understand the oppositions methods in order to secure or protect your network.

    Krang
  14. Thread: NTFS Boot disk

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    I think you would be better off installing...

    I think you would be better off installing DOS6.22 on an old pc, you could probably pick one up for free...

    Krang
  15. Thread: Network bootdisk

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    Install Ghost Corporate on a PC, it has the...

    Install Ghost Corporate on a PC, it has the option to create various types of Bootdisks
    i.e CD Writer support, network support, usb support etc

    Krang
  16. Thread: Network bootdisk

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    Ghost has that function

    Ghost has that function
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    You need access to the router, try usually...

    You need access to the router, try usually http://192.168.0.1 user: admin, pass: admin ,this is the default, once you have access, you can get to the inbound/outbound section and permit the...
  18. Thread: Integrated AGP

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    All you need to know is the multiplier, i.e 2x,...

    All you need to know is the multiplier, i.e 2x, 4x, 8x that your motherboard supports
    and make sure your new vid card matches.

    Krang
  19. And still just as relevant ......lol BTW...did...

    And still just as relevant ......lol

    BTW...did you realise that NT4 is coming up on 9 years old?

    Krang
  20. Thread: Hacking Layer 2

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    One word - dsniff

    One word - dsniff
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    You could also try Gibraltar.....

    You could also try Gibraltar.. http://www.linuxiso.org
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    IMHO - If you cant setup a honeypot by hand you...

    IMHO - If you cant setup a honeypot by hand you shouldnt be setting one up at all...
    if you fsck it up you will be legally liable for any damages incurred

    think about it
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    These are system files used when you enable "Web...

    These are system files used when you enable "Web View" in Windows Explorer
    i.e. microsoft created them

    Cheers
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    Modules get loaded when needed whereas if you...

    Modules get loaded when needed whereas if you compile support into the kernel it is always available..... i.e. if you need something often - compile it in.... if you rarely need it - load it as a...
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    You can also try looking at /etc/fstab and seeing...

    You can also try looking at /etc/fstab and seeing if you have lines for /var and /tmp .....
    if you do you can change the options to include "nosuid" and "noexec" separated by commas then remounting...
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