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    I also check network traffic. The only way to do...

    I also check network traffic.
    The only way to do that is to actually check each machine though.
    http://xforce.iss.net/security_library/faqs/packcapt.php#how
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    Oh yeah, its still there in all its glory. At...

    Oh yeah, its still there in all its glory.
    At least in Build 2600.
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    http://www.proxylist.com/ Another good selection...

    http://www.proxylist.com/
    Another good selection to try.
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    http://www.cyberarmy.com/lists/proxy/...

    http://www.cyberarmy.com/lists/proxy/
    http://www.cyberarmy.com/lists/wingate/
    hope this helps a bit
  5. Thread: Blocked Sites

    by Craisins
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    They usually buy a peice of hardware that has a...

    They usually buy a peice of hardware that has a company maintain a list of sites, such as X-stop.
    If whatever they use dosen't actually break open the packet and look at it, you can just use a proxy...
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    Just put a nice little firewall between XP and...

    Just put a nice little firewall between XP and Microsoft and you'll never have to worry about what it trys to send ever again.
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    Re: A little more info...

    Since it gives you a token to make a password, couldn't A) you get a copy of the admin software and use that key to get passed it or B) write your own code to do it.

    If i'm missing something, tell...
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    They more than likely hacked a system with a...

    They more than likely hacked a system with a microsoft database and just opened it.
  9. It's more of a DoS attack than anything.

    It's more of a DoS attack than anything.
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    Re: sockets 23 how to remove?

    What makes you suspect that this port is opened by a trojan? Port 23 is reserved for telnet, so you might just have a telnet server running. Since you have port 139 open then you must be running...
  11. Re: Clean-Up Programs

    Me, and a few of my friends, had Nuts & Bolts and in each case it screwed with our machines bad. The newer versions might be better (I have no idea what versions we had).
    I would definatly go with...
  12. Thread: webSTAR4

    by Craisins
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    http://www.i2j.com/webstar/tech/4DDev/ Is this...

    http://www.i2j.com/webstar/tech/4DDev/
    Is this what you are talking about?
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    He said P-A-R-I-T-Y, not party, or 3rd party, or...

    He said P-A-R-I-T-Y, not party, or 3rd party, or house party.
    First off - setting the buffer higher could give you a very minor speed boost. If you were recieving data faster than your computer...
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    Re: script kiddies

    There's nothing wrong with using a program to help you learn.

    8 Easy Steps To Becoming A Script Kiddie
    1. Hear someone say a "I have this AWESOME hacking program....."
    2. Beg them to give it...
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    I think Qbasic is still on the 98 and 95 CD. I...

    I think Qbasic is still on the 98 and 95 CD. I don't have it with me or I could tell you exactly where to look. As soon as I get it back from my friend I'll tell ya.
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    A script kiddie is one of those annoying little...

    A script kiddie is one of those annoying little kids (or adults in some cases) that get ahold of an exploit program that someone else has writen (such as SubSeven, Legion, ect.), then uses it and...
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    First, to do anything, the computer must have...

    First, to do anything, the computer must have Windows NT/2000 running with port 139 open.

    net use \\IP ADDRESS\IPC$ " " /u: " "

    Use your imagination from there.
    Its not very common anymore...
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    First, to do anything, the computer must have...

    First, to do anything, the computer must have Windows NT/2000 running with port 139 open.

    net use \\IP ADDRESS\IPC$ " " /u: " "

    Use your imagination from there.
    Its not very common anymore...
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    There's a program in the forum downloads called...

    There's a program in the forum downloads called Legion that you can use to scan your network computers to see if any of them are openly sharing drives.
    Its a bit easier than netstat. So easy, you...
  20. I do have a PDF on a Linux book for "beginers." ...

    I do have a PDF on a Linux book for "beginers." It can get very detailed which is great. Its about about 800 pages and around 8meg. I can mail it to ya if ya send me your email.
    ...
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    I bought my friend an ABIT KT7A. Its a great...

    I bought my friend an ABIT KT7A. Its a great board by my standards. You can control just about anything (core voltage, FSB, ect.) and has two temperature points (under the cpu and next to the PCI...
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    That sounds freakin' great, and I'm up to having...

    That sounds freakin' great, and I'm up to having one in my area. Anyone live around the Lake Charles, Louisiana area (south west LA), message me back or email at craisins@antionline.org.
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    Heres the link to the article on Norton's Live...

    Heres the link to the article on Norton's Live Update insecurity.

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=119121
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    I knew Linux does the same, the only difference...

    I knew Linux does the same, the only difference is the wide spread deployment of the Windows system to people who do not understand what's going on. Most of the people (that I know at least) that...
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    XP Security Issues

    I just read the post for a new reason XP shouldn't be released.
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?threadid=119817

    It states the problem as being the fact that data deleted is completely...
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