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    http://www.infasec.org/archive/?op=page_archive_se...

    http://www.infasec.org/archive/?op=page_archive_search&query=dcom

    ;-)
  2. Thread: Helpful Sites

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    http://www.infasec.org/archive

    http://www.infasec.org/archive
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    secureworx.com offers a free port scan...

    secureworx.com offers a free port scan
    remoteassessment.com offers a free vulnerability assessment
    hackerwhacker.com offers another free port scan

    Secureworx and Remoteassessment both appear...
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    Offers a complete vulnerability assessment for...

    Offers a complete vulnerability assessment for free.

    http://www.remoteassessment.com

    The reports are extremely detailed as well.
  5. http://www.infasec.org/archive/

    We just started the script that will add more than 12,000 additional files to the archive when completed. The spiders are running non-stop and we have been working extremely hard to avoid duplicate...
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    iptraf will do the work for you.. It simply...

    iptraf will do the work for you.. It simply sniffs traffic and gives you some numbers and statistics on the number / type of packets.

    http://iptraf.seul.org/

    Or of course you could throw...
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    Too late. I don't want to continue this...

    Too late.

    I don't want to continue this conversation down the flame-war road at all. But, if you'd take a moment and read the primary site information for Infasec then you would see that this is...
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    I'm sure you could have been a _little_ more...

    I'm sure you could have been a _little_ more polite. ;)

    Considering that Infasec.org is a complete non-profit organization and we gain absolutely nothing from the public use of the archive, I...
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    File Archive (Public Release)

    In light of several web-sites either shutting down or removing file archives, we have opened up the Infasec file archive for public use.

    As of this posting the file archive contains more than...
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    Searches began to get slower as we approached and...

    Searches began to get slower as we approached and passed the 1 million Class C mark. In order to speed things up we modified the search structure and searches are now down to just 1 to 3 seconds.
    ...
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    Yeah! ;-) ./Loyal

    Yeah! ;-)

    ./Loyal
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    Searching for "192.168" or "10.1.1" is very...

    Searching for "192.168" or "10.1.1" is very interesting.

    You see how public traffic gets routed across internal networks on its way to a public IP. Depending on your ISP and if you are within 10...
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    Internet route mapping system

    ims.infasec.org

    We just brought IMS online after quite a bit of research and coding.

    IMS provides external network maps of every class c network on the Internet. @ a rate of almost 2 million...
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    Internet route mapping system

    ims.infasec.org

    This is a new route mapping system that lets you choose to view
    network routing maps of any network in the world.

    IMS is continually scanning the Internet and storing .jpg...
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