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    backing up HD

    I need to backup my harddrive.....unfortuanately, I need to back them up to CDs......it is a 40gig HD. What software will make this as small a footprint as possible, and ease of use? OSS would be...
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    for your critical points(honeypots, IDS, etc.....)

    I would use port knocking on the mission critical points to lock down access to the critical servers/comps........on top of the honeypots, I would turn them into stinging pots(respond to the intruder...
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    IE and command prompt

    question for all those Microsoft hackers..........my friend is able to open command prompt by typing a command into IE address bar......but he won't tell me how he does it until I'm able to figure it...
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    yes

    yes we do have the right, however how much of that right infringes on the rights of others? not likely..........
  5. Sorry......Denied

    I'm sorry, but there is nothing out there.............if you are the uber hacker, you could convert airsnort to work on the PocketPC, but nope, there is nothing out there....
  6. from an accounting perspective.......you have to...

    from an accounting perspective.......you have to have internal controls to make sure Enron events, etc do not happen.....one of the four main aspects is communication..............I agree....
  7. Spoofed

    Looks like a spoof......but 127.0.0.1 shouldn't be routeable on the "internet"...somewhere from within the compnay bouncing around...........idk
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    how much is enough?

    How much security is enough? Is it worth the electronic equivalent of the presidental security squad to protect the local phone directory on your harddrive; obviously not, but when does the buck...
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    firewalls

    could it be that he was implying firewalls on every computer in the network? I agree, but he does have a point, if you were to provide ultimate utopian secure code, then yeah, no one would be able to...
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    you could, but it would kinda defeat the...

    you could, but it would kinda defeat the purpose(calling a method is also using OOP) of using the class.....but you have to have a class defined to do java programming while using C++, one doesn't...
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    for network/sys admin

    In our Novell Cert class, we just got done learning about objects........classes, types, instances......you can use classes/methods/values for login scripts, assigning rights......C++ is used to...
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    superb

    A superb work of art......I can't wait until the descendants of us "primates" find this on paper long after we killed ourselves off with atom bombs..............They will claim the Bastard is the...
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    back in the day

    Back in the days of high school, our school had netware 3.0.........well, during CAD class, we got bored real fast so we brought in our own games to play. But no thankx to the sys admin, we couldn't...
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    clarification

    those points are great.......however, I meant(should of made clear) that for those lazy Sys-Admins who don't want to walk the 1.5 feet to the box, they would rather just telnet/ssh into the box over...
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    clarification of layout of network

    Well this is how information will route into the network.........the connection to the Internet is coming off the provider's transmission medium.......then it will hit the ultimate...
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    until diaster strikes....

    I guess so.........thanks for the info;)...............I guess until someone hacker redirects some major communication backbone(BGP) and turns it against another because the sys admin telnetted into...
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    Cisco router SSH

    Unless I'm mistaken, can someone tell me why Cisco routers(high end) don't have ssh and telnet instead of just telnet?
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    Ultimate Lead boxen

    I want to place a security box outside of my router to the outside(internet)......On this box, I should have an IDS/Firewall/TrafficGrapher/TarPit....Of course it will be running linux...........But...
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