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January 20th, 2003 10:04 PM
My nick comes from my job...I work in telecommunications, so here's the breakdown:
T1 = Stands for DS1 (1.544Mbps) line.
T3 = Stands for DS3 (45Mbps) line.
SONET = Stands for S ynchronus O...
I agree with you 100% on this, jarhead. I am also a former Marine, so I know exactly what you're talking about.
How true does this sentence ring???? If this system of citizen informants is put in place, there will come a time when nobody trusts each other...
LOL. Could have been worse for the guy(or girl)....he could have used "BAD-MONKEY" instead.....
....not that I use that name or anything......I'm perfectly normal!
Just my two cents to the topic at hand. I haven't ever used Evidence Eliminator, so I can't speak about it. I have tested a program called Eraser that seems to do the job for you. You can find the...
I'm curious as to why chris_james's profile says he's in the UK, the Visual Traceroute VisualRoute puts the IP addy as AOL in Reston, VA and the domain ".nu" is listed for a country called Niue,...
Good information...thanks for the link! I'm getting ready to install win2k on one of my machines and this will help.
You *might* find one here:
April 30th, 2002 03:58 PM
BulletProof FTP Server? I think a grenade or landmine will get around that pesky bulletproofing.... :D
April 16th, 2002 05:43 PM
I will pet him and stroke him and feed him and love him.... :D
April 12th, 2002 03:24 PM
I'll take this one, everybody.
This site is about securing computer systems and networks, not breaking into them...
Try Google ...
March 27th, 2002 09:00 PM
Yeah, I Google'd the hell out of it...and I couldn't find anything specific as to how one would decrypt the info from a cookie. It has to be possible. Maybe it's not.
March 27th, 2002 07:13 PM
Thanks for the reply. That's not exactly what I was asking, perhaps I worded the question incorrectly. I was trying to say that if someone obtained my cookie for yahoo, and they didn't...
March 27th, 2002 06:43 PM
I was going to post this in General Chit-Chat, but figured this was more of an encrytpion/decryption question.
I've been curious about the info stored in cookies. For example, I know that Yahoo...
I haven't tried this on an XP system, but it was built for WinNT and Win2000, so it should work on XP. Check out this link:
LanGuard Network Scanner
February 27th, 2002 08:46 PM
IMO, encryption will only hinder the FBI's efforts. If this new & improved version of Carnivore can capture all incoming/outgoing packets, even if encrypted, I think they have a method of cracking...
February 25th, 2002 05:38 PM
LOL. That was interesting with the FTP. We were probably just logged by the NSA...hehehe.
February 25th, 2002 05:08 PM
Any of the more senior members here at AO recall hearing about this? I don't recall anything about this particular article, and would be interested in what others think.
BTW, the webpage for...
February 22nd, 2002 08:40 PM
Hey, all. Thought I'd add my $.02
I'm 29. My current job is a Central Office Technician for a telecom company, work mostly on a Nortel DMS100 switch. Networking and computer security is just my...
February 20th, 2002 06:42 PM
I imagine I'll probably get mass flamed and suffer heaps of negative APs, but here goes:
I prefer to use windows OS's because of the ease of use. This is the OS I learned on (well, actually I had...
February 18th, 2002 09:04 PM
OK, so i was bored (VERY bored...), and I'm trolling around some 'Yahoo! Clubs' and found this one:
I am admittedly not an expert on anything, but this just had me...
February 8th, 2002 08:42 PM
I thought this was a pretty interesting idea...
I can see why the Army is interested in it. Can anyone say 'Claymore Mines'? Hehe.
February 8th, 2002 08:06 PM
That's a valid point. Perhaps I should have clarified...I was thinking of a dynamic IP in terms of a dial-up account.
February 8th, 2002 05:57 PM
I've tested this before using several different email acounts and an open SMTP server I, uh...'found' ;) , and I was always able to find my originating IP address. Since I knew what IP to look for...
February 7th, 2002 03:51 PM
That's alot of information! I do know that I've seen one particular 'document' about 10,000 times now, and I have one thing to say:
"I don't want an X-Cam!!!!!!!"