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    I believe that because of human nature things...

    I believe that because of human nature things will run/do things that they were not intended to do. You guys remember that watch that had Linux on it, because these hand held game systems keep having...
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    Hey there, Physical The physical layer is...

    Hey there,

    Physical
    The physical layer is pretty much the most straight forward because it consits of the phsical networking components such as the Cat5 cable or phone line.

    Datalink
    The...
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    I still don't understand why people bash...

    I still don't understand why people bash Microsoft so often, so what if some of the higher employees use programs other than Microsoft's. They have the right to. Another thought, so what if he is...
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    You give grey until you reach 50 positive APs....

    You give grey until you reach 50 positive APs. Then you are able to assign APs that actually have a value (neg or positive).
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    Hey he may not be too dumb. You figure the...

    Hey he may not be too dumb. You figure the computers could be unplugged from the power outlet, all the removable media drives may have been removed, a keyboard was not included in the set up, and the...
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    The heap allows you to allocate memory exactly...

    The heap allows you to allocate memory exactly when you need it in a program instead of pre-allocating it with a declaration. You are right ydobon, malloc is used to allocate and free is used...
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    I don't think that they are talking about the...

    I don't think that they are talking about the cost of the operating system itself. Linux has that one because it is free. But, when you factor in the costs of teaching your users about the ins and...
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    I have two invites right now if anyone is still...

    I have two invites right now if anyone is still looking for an account just PM me and it is yours.

    <edit>All gone.</edit>
  9. It's not that I dislike Microsoft, I don't. It...

    It's not that I dislike Microsoft, I don't. It just makes me a little angry sometimes that they try to cover/capture every market and take the "I am better than you" attitude. It makes me wonder that...
  10. Thread: dso exploit

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    My guess is that you are using Spybot S&D. The...

    My guess is that you are using Spybot S&D. The exploit is there because of Internet Explorer and the security setting for downloading unsigned Active X controls for My Computer (supposed to be...
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    The MBR (Master Boot Record) is just a space on...

    The MBR (Master Boot Record) is just a space on your disk where the bootloader is held. All pc's have MBRs (that I know of) just as most OS's have their own boot loader, it just happens that Linux...
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    I am with pooh on this one. On the net you might...

    I am with pooh on this one. On the net you might as well throw ethics and morals out the window in most cases. Nobody follows the rules when they want to do something malicious to your...
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    Hey there buddy, First off, congrats on...

    Hey there buddy,
    First off, congrats on installing Linux for the first time. You really are in for a treat. Alright, down to business my boy.
    I know that this may seem lame but have you by chance...
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    Ahh I am sorry. I run Slackware 9.1. Thank you...

    Ahh I am sorry. I run Slackware 9.1. Thank you sooo much for the links rico. Palemoon, I feel like an idiot, I didn't even think of grep ;). Thx for the answers guys.


    <edit> I did some...
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    Here you go Kurt, I think this might be what you...

    Here you go Kurt, I think this might be what you are looking for. Hope it helps. ;)

    http://downloads-zdnet.com.com/Super-Yahoo-Messenger-Archive-Decoder/3000-2150-10303088.html
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    That is right. Ex.) A TTL of 255 means that the...

    That is right. Ex.) A TTL of 255 means that the packet should time out in something like 4.25 minutes but this is not true. The TTL is decremented everytime it makes a hop, so the 4 minute thing is...
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    A little question about logs.

    I don't have a large amount of users on my system (I am the only one). My computer is also not mission critical. So why should I worry about the logs on my system? Simple, when something does go...
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    Thats all right SDK. No harm done at all. ;)

    Thats all right SDK. No harm done at all. ;)
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    Thank you very much chsh. It feels good to be...

    Thank you very much chsh. It feels good to be learning again. ;)
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    I read about that in Ofir Arkin's paper chsh. I...

    I read about that in Ofir Arkin's paper chsh. I was wondering though, how you would do that if you wre not on the local network? This is probably a stupid question I know, but I am curious. Thanks...
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    Cisco Advisory

    Full Advisory can be found here:

    http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/707/cisco-sa-20040818-ospf.shtml
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    You really got me thinking and searching on this...

    You really got me thinking and searching on this one Soda. It seems strange but there are no open source adware/spyware scanners. Well, I did find this on Source forge but nothing has been released...
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    Yes, I have but only on a very limited amount of...

    Yes, I have but only on a very limited amount of systems. I have been at school and checked the TTL on all the diifferent Windows systems and I signed up for a shell acounnt so I cout check *nix. I...
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    OS detection with ICMP.

    One of the most important steps in attacking a target is finding out the OS that it is running. This can be done a few different ways, but in this post I am going to give a little bit of an overview...
  25. I haven't been a member here for very long I...

    I haven't been a member here for very long I know, but I have lurked on this site as a guest for a very long time. I remember when Tiger, Soda, Memory, Shrekkie, Spyder, etc.. all joined. the site...
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