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    Wrong, worst case scenario is that the service...

    Wrong, worst case scenario is that the service you were running which handled users inputing their social security numbers and credit cards is now compromised.


    Wrong, worst case scenario is...
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    This thread made me laugh out loud. Services...

    This thread made me laugh out loud.

    Services are NOT more secure just because its running off a liveCD. All that means is that your liability of a fscked up harddrive dissapears.

    Example:
    ...
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    You could also try: http://www.smoothwall.org/

    You could also try:
    http://www.smoothwall.org/
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    blah

    blah
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    What kind of discussion?

    What kind of discussion?
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    Who cares if Ubuntu is gaining in popularity?...

    Who cares if Ubuntu is gaining in popularity? Ubuntu, along with every other Debian based distro, sucks anyways.
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    I lol'ed.

    I lol'ed.
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    Hello there! Just a friendly reminder that...

    Hello there!

    Just a friendly reminder that this website is not a legal resource.
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    Thanks for the clarification, we never would've...

    Thanks for the clarification, we never would've figured it out without you.

    +1 postcount
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    This design is so ****ing lame.

    This design is so ****ing lame.
  11. Thread: Tacoda

    by [WebCarnage]
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    At least we all know who's single and looking.

    At least we all know who's single and looking.
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    you could always just grab the HTML, write a...

    you could always just grab the HTML, write a simple script to extract all the HTML tags, and place every word on a new line, and then search through the file to remove duplicate words.

    If you...
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    Yeah, best bet is to just port-forward the...

    Yeah, best bet is to just port-forward the necessary ports on your router to the machine inside the network.

    Otherwise you could always try FTP Tunneling assuming the router already has open ports.
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    Where is Terr?

    Where is Terr?
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    Thats no way to treat a lady, my friend. But...

    Thats no way to treat a lady, my friend.

    But as for Troulz's initial post, explaining what exactly you want to do (compromise a mail server, finally get to browse those blocked sites you've...
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    What a ****ing brilliant idea. +ap. ...

    What a ****ing brilliant idea. +ap.





    You're no fun. -ap.
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    Don't let iptables get you down. Guarddog...

    Don't let iptables get you down. Guarddog is a GUI frontend for iptables and lets you configure iptables without going through the "hassle" of learning iptables scripting.
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    Where's the incentive?

    Where's the incentive?
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    Search craigslist. I'm sure you'll find a place. ...

    Search craigslist. I'm sure you'll find a place.

    warning: sanity of people housing you may be off the charts
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    This...

    This thread deals with all of that MAC Address nonsense.
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    What exactly happened just now? /me opens...

    What exactly happened just now?

    /me opens another bottle of Jack Daniels
  22. Thread: NSA linux

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    Hell, don't forget OpenBSD...

    Hell, don't forget OpenBSD. :) :)

    Yes I know its not a Linux distro, but it is my favorite BSD varient.
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    Also another nifty thing to do would be to change...

    Also another nifty thing to do would be to change the banners for all the services you run to something that you don't run.
    (ie. running thttpd but changing the banner to make it seem as if you're...
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    Re: tracking Password without knowing it

    If you have access to the computer you don't even need to boot into Windows, just pull out your handy-dandy bootable Linux CD (knoppix-std, preferably), mount the Windows partitions, and then save...
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    So what happens if somebody gets an 0day and uses...

    So what happens if somebody gets an 0day and uses it on one of his open (fully patched and updated) services?

    With grsec he'd have an unexecutable stack, so a good 60-70% of 0days just fail...
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