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  1. Thread: Back!

    by WolfRune
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    My current gig is running a test team that tests...

    My current gig is running a test team that tests software developed internally for an insurance company. My last couple of gigs included a web-based app for handling online donations, and a program...
  2. Thanks everyone! I had come across the list that...

    Thanks everyone! I had come across the list that HYBR|D posted (thanks to Google), but it seemed rather out-of-date. My other thought was, while all these distros look interesting, I was curious if...
  3. Thread: Back!

    by WolfRune
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    Back!

    Hi all,

    Wow, it's been a while since I was on here! I've been working as a software tester the last few years, and recently decided that it was time to refresh myself on security. Looking...
  4. Linux distro for security refresher on eeePC 701

    Hi all,

    I've been out of the security thing for about 5 years, and I know I need to learn some new tricks. I've got an eeePC 701 netbook with a 4GB hard SSD that I'd like to set up as a general...
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    Wow, I'm a bit surprised that the folks at...

    Wow, I'm a bit surprised that the folks at Mozilla didn't catch that one. I mean, it doesn't seem like an obscure attack vector. Still, 1.5 has only been out in its final form for a few days, so I...
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    I think that, as in most things, the...

    I think that, as in most things, the "appropriate" solution depends on your situation. For example, at work a host-based firewall would severely hamper various tools needed for day-to-day...
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    True, but they're still offering the v4,...

    True, but they're still offering the v4, rebranded as model WRT54GL. That was the point of the article. Also, the v5 has less flash memory and RAM.
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    Linksys Not Pulling Linux Entirely...

    Linksys Not Pulling Linux Entirely

    Courtesy of Slashdot
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    That's very true. However, one could argue that...

    That's very true. However, one could argue that all flaws in programming could fall under this category. Computers are simply unable to do anything they were not told to do. If the code does...
  10. Thread: Insight #15?

    by WolfRune
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    As I understand it, there weren't enough articles...

    As I understand it, there weren't enough articles submitted for Issue #15. I submitted one, and you submitted a couple; anybody else?

    If not, WHY NOT?! :P

    Anyway, I'll gladly nominate you as...
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    First off, welcome to AO :) 1) Probably your...

    First off, welcome to AO :)

    1) Probably your best bet is Process Explorer. Its a handy little app that will allow you to view all the threads currently running on your machine, as well as...
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    I apologize for bumping, but I'm really hoping to...

    I apologize for bumping, but I'm really hoping to get some info, and since I posted it at a weird time on a weekend, I figured maybe some people haven't seen it.
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    BlueCat Networks

    Has anyone got any experience using devices manufactured by Bluecat networks? If so, could you provide some feedback as to the quality of their devices, tech support, and/or security?

    Thanks in...
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    I had a similar problem a few months ago, only it...

    I had a similar problem a few months ago, only it was calls in the middle of the night, and since I don't have a phone which allows different ringtones for different caller groups, and several rather...
  15. Thread: xp license

    by WolfRune
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    In the case of...well, case badges, I put them...

    In the case of...well, case badges, I put them where I said in my post - on my toolbox. Yes, they paid for the parts, but since I ordinarily build for family and close friends (who don't pay for...
  16. Thread: xp license

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    Just because it doesn't have an XP sticker or a...

    Just because it doesn't have an XP sticker or a sticker with the key on the case, doesn't mean its not a legit copy. If its built at a Mom & Pop shop, or by a family member or friend, they may have...
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    Some details would be helpful, like e-mail...

    Some details would be helpful, like e-mail headers.

    Also, check out your logs to see if any unusual traffic has been going in or out of your netwokr.
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    The cheaper and easier method would be swapping...

    The cheaper and easier method would be swapping in a new drive, but the geektastic method would be to get your hands on a Cisco router. While challenging at first, I think you'll find they're an...
  19. Thread: Liability

    by WolfRune
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    *Raises hand* As Eg said, in a perfect world,...

    *Raises hand*

    As Eg said, in a perfect world, they'd all be liable. Here's my breakdown of the liability:

    Professor -> Did not disclose vulnerability to manufacturer, provided tool to students...
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    I'm not so sure that it would violate the TOS...

    I'm not so sure that it would violate the TOS explicitly. It would depend on whether there was some clause in it stating something to the effect of "no reselling." It might be implicit, but the ISP...
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    You want people to be silent about a sub-par...

    You want people to be silent about a sub-par website? Don't put the link on your profile ;)
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    No, but maybe that's because those of us who...

    No, but maybe that's because those of us who wanted the book PAID for it. It really is worth the money.

    Not only that, but even if someone here were aware of the URL of such a file, why would...
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    Personally, I think you may be putting too many...

    Personally, I think you may be putting too many eggs in one basket. I would consider getting a second-hand PC and turning it in to a dedicated Linux firewall/security device, and then use your...
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    Sandeshtrivedi, nobody said you were trying to do...

    Sandeshtrivedi, nobody said you were trying to do anything wrong, just that you didn't provide some logical reason for wanting to know this information. As a relatively new member myself, I've...
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    I'm not entirely sure why you'd want to switch to...

    I'm not entirely sure why you'd want to switch to XP for a home gateway/firewall.

    From my own personal experience, Linux provides all the tools for this without resorting to packages outside the...
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