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    If you really want to learn security, you should...

    If you really want to learn security, you should get very familiar with TCP/IP.
    You should understand what the 3 way handshake is, SYN, FIN, RST, ACK, ephermal ports, etc...

    I would recommend...
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    I agree.. It does seem that the FBI is getting...

    I agree..

    It does seem that the FBI is getting very serious now about cybercrime. Obviously they do have a ways to go in their investigative and analytical process, not to mention their press...
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    The culprit has been identified as Jeffrey Lee...

    The culprit has been identified as Jeffrey Lee Parson, aka "teekid". He did admit to modifying the original Blaster code and creating several sub-versions.

    Here is the original article as well...
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    Re: Windows XP and Windows 2000

    I have always found Mark Minasi's books quite helpful. For example, "Mastering Windows 2000 Server - Fourth Edition" is quite good and covers every aspect of configuration and administration.
    As...
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    Re: I don understand..

    If you are also looking for the difference between honeypots and honeynets.....
    I believe as noODle said, a honeypot is a computer left relatively unprotected, while a honeynet is a simulated...
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    I've read a lot of books on various security...

    I've read a lot of books on various security topics, but the one I've found that is comprehensive and quite relevant is "Inside Network Perimeter Security" by Stephen Northcutt, Lenny Zeltser, Scott...
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    There is a separate "Hacking Linux Exposed"...

    There is a separate "Hacking Linux Exposed" book...... very comprehensive and EXCELLENT !!!
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    There is also a "Hacking Linux Exposed" book. I...

    There is also a "Hacking Linux Exposed" book. I think it's a must read as well if you have anything to do with a net-facing Linux box....
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    While most virus scanners will find most...

    While most virus scanners will find most notorious trojans, you should also consider adding a trojan scanner to your system.

    One you may consider is BOClean, found at...
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    Re: I need some "Educational" help!

    If you really want to expand your abilities with computers, especially security, you should look toward studying the field and avoid looking for shortcuts.

    I would advise looking into the books...
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    Now I'm intrigued.... I'll be checking out LADS ...

    Now I'm intrigued.... I'll be checking out LADS :)

    Thank you HTRegz !
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    I am aware of TDS-3 from DiamondCS at ...

    I am aware of TDS-3 from DiamondCS at http://tds.diamondcs.com.au/

    It checks for ADS in NTFS files as well as a superb Trojan scanner.
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