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January 3rd, 2004 06:44 AM
I forgot to attach this to the last post....sorry.
Microsoft Baseline Security...
January 3rd, 2004 06:41 AM
Depending on the ports you open, this will have a big impact on your risk. Some ports and services are jucier than others. What ports will you be opening up? A few items for your reference to...
October 26th, 2003 05:29 AM
The log came from a power user on our network. We are a small ISP and he sent over the log asking about wheter or not we are sending SNMP mesage requests. Not even sure the ports...
October 26th, 2003 03:35 AM
Any help from the group would be appreciated in advance.
I have a firewall log with a src= XX.X.XXX.XXX dst=10.10.10.9 src port=numerous ports as above in subject line.
port 13893, 13885,...
October 23rd, 2003 02:39 AM
What is the OS? Version? SP?
What type of hardware and MB?
Have you backued up recently?
Of course you probably already shut the system down and tried to power-up again. Power...
October 18th, 2003 07:48 PM
Heat! Heat! Heat! OR..... Bad memory modules. Check to ensure the fans are working and if you have PC doctor, run a diagnostic on all memory stick/s.
October 18th, 2003 07:44 PM
No solicitations on this site! Not a "sales" pitch site. Geek only information and good content about security. Thanks!
October 6th, 2003 01:18 AM
Excellent positioning on this one Val....Nice to see that there are still some people with a level ego. Nice to have a mentor for the newbie that isn't always as perfect as the "old timers". Keep...
October 5th, 2003 11:12 PM
The Specialist has the right idea. Place your network on a NAT (Network Address Translation) scheme whereby you hide the network with private-non-routable IP addresses. In addition, if...
October 5th, 2003 08:16 PM
We run several Linux boxes with SuSe 8 and Red Hat 8 & 9......We have MTBF of months 9+ without ever having to reboot! This is the beauty of a Unix based system high uptime! Leave it on and watch...
October 5th, 2003 07:56 PM
In general it does you more harm to request to be removed from a "bogus" email list. The administrators of these types of farms look for this activity as it tells them that they don't have...
October 4th, 2003 11:44 PM
I like what Nihil says.....
Sounds like an emerging Darknet thread......
Try a few of these devlopers for "secure" transfer of content. As many of you already know, the Darknet is just a...
October 4th, 2003 09:55 PM
According to Redmond......No way to remove. If you do manage to find a registry tweak (they are out there) be VERY Prepared for other media functions to stop working. Don't do it! Try uninstall of...
October 4th, 2003 09:04 PM
To configure networking for your LAN (Linux side) use Linuxconf, do the following:
1. Open the Linuxconf configuration tool
2. Select Config/Networking/Client Tasks/Basic Host...
October 4th, 2003 06:00 PM
lock the system in question down, wait for an end-user to call. Mystery uncovered! :)
I should clarify......With the presumption that the system in question "massive attack" is a...
October 4th, 2003 05:46 PM
Cheyenne1212 has the best idea....with one addition
Run an up-to-date anti-virus scan on all important and critical files, then back them up. Reinstall OS. Be very careful what sites you go to...
October 4th, 2003 05:39 PM
Soggybottom and the group have some excellent information here! l
Let's not forget that an attacker cannot launch a backdoor from a remote machine unless the attacker already owns the system of...
October 4th, 2003 01:49 AM
Sounds like you might have power problems OR an incorrect jumper setting. CPU Voltages have to be set correctly. Check your MB docs and verify that all jumper setting are correct. One other thing,...
October 4th, 2003 01:31 AM
Please describe your hardware and installed software, i.e. OS, Processor, RAM, Manufacturer, Bios manufacturer, BIOS rev, etc. I noticed you wrot a 16 bit app was used for the sound...
October 3rd, 2003 07:17 AM
Thanks to everyone who responded. A very nice group!
October 2nd, 2003 03:48 PM
Yes this only happens on one machine. Thank you all for your efforts. I would love to find out what the root cause of this issue is.
October 2nd, 2003 07:19 AM
Can you help with a situation we have? Thanks in advance.
User logs onto a windows domain (server NT 4.0)
User workstation Windows 2000
User logs onto workstation...
September 29th, 2003 12:54 AM
As you well know.....There are many ways to carve a pumpkin. You have some great ideas too and I agree with you, the most expensive solution is not always the best. The solutions I...
September 29th, 2003 12:39 AM
For Win XP and 2000 very similar as follows:
1. Right click on My Computer
2. Manage (this brings up the mmc snap-in "computer management"
3. Double-click on local users and...
September 28th, 2003 11:48 PM
Creating your own "subnet" would help. In other words, why not obtain your own hardware based firewall, create a different subnet, and keep your own anti-virus up-to-date? This way you...