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    Personally, I always like google's hacker page:

    Personally, I always like google's hacker page:
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    01001111 01110010 00100000 01111001 01101111...

    01001111 01110010 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00100000 01100011 01101111 01110101 01101100 01100100 00100000 01101010 01110101 01110011 01110100 00100000 01110101 01110011 01100101 00100000...
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    Hmmm, no offense, but were hypronix and memorY...

    Hmmm, no offense, but were hypronix and memorY the only ones to really read that article? It doesn't mean that you should like Google any less, or it's "something you should use while it's still...
  4. Thread: Nessus requests

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    Most linux's have tcpdump or similar... or, at...

    Most linux's have tcpdump or similar... or, at least, the RPMs are fairly accessible from your vendor/distro.
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    Re: picking the right programming

    First of all, C++ = Object Oriented :D

    Are you talking that you want "just C" or do you just not like the "intelligence" behind MS' Visual C stuff?

    Personally, I've done most of my coding on...
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    I think one of the more (in)famous ones was...

    I think one of the more (in)famous ones was whitehouse dot com (rather than dot-gov, of course). I actually had a luser at one point tell me I needed to call someone because someone had hijacked the...
  7. When people say "turn off," the net effect is...

    When people say "turn off," the net effect is that the connection's rejected - so it's essentially the same thing... the difference being that rejecting it at the firewall keeps it from even entering...
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    *grumble* Luckily I don't know anyone silly...

    *grumble*

    Luckily I don't know anyone silly enough to want to run this thing on Winblowz... ;-)


    http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/Announcement.html
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    *grumble* You may be right... not sure how the...

    *grumble* You may be right... not sure how the kernel's configured on the bootable CD, though -- particularly on the newer versions. As far as I know, many of the drivers (particularly for HDs)...
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    Ok... which boot disk are you using? And what...

    Ok... which boot disk are you using? And what TYPE of harddrives? Sounds like you might be using one which is incompatible with the controller? (did you check the "supported hardware list" on the...
  11. Ummm... I might be missing something here... but,...

    Ummm... I might be missing something here... but, tracing to the original destination address, as indicated in the payload, the source address (of the "attack") comes back with a dest_unreachable......
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    Personally, I use AdSubtract...

    Personally, I use AdSubtract to filter pieces of content for my pages... (and no, I don't work for them, etc) It blocks pop-ups/unders, cookies, javascript and a whole host of other things on a...
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    I would also echo Jared's comments, though agree...

    I would also echo Jared's comments, though agree that Haquer should have presented his case/ideas a bit better were he wanting to be listened to, etc. Simply neg'ing people in to oblivion for...
  14. Thread: sortable forums

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    sortable forums

    Would be nice if the "forums" view was sortable according to your own tastes... or, at least for newbies, the newbie forums were at the top (so they'd be more likely to post there, first, before...
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    Navbar at bottom of thread.

    It would be nice if the navbar (the home/forums/etc line) was also at the bottom of every page so, at the bottom of a long thread you didn't have to scroll back to the top to navigate back out...
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    Personally... I'd also just like a way to "bring...

    Personally... I'd also just like a way to "bring something back to zero." As often seems the case here, certain random posts seem to get positive of negative APs for no apparent reason.

    For...
  17. Thread: Stego Scanner

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    You might look through some of the past SANS...

    You might look through some of the past SANS and USENIX preceedings... I know I've been in a few discussions re:steganography and the like (more likely at USENIX) in the past few years at one of...
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    Better advice is to use something such as...

    Better advice is to use something such as PGP/GnuPG/etc to encrypt all of your passwords with a single, next-to-impossible-to-break passphrase (ie. use a complete mocked up sentence). Yes, you forget...
  19. Thread: cuteftp

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    Hmmm... smartftp does not appear to have sftp...

    Hmmm... smartftp does not appear to have sftp support. *grumble* Myself, I used to like AbsoluteFTP, though Vandyke has "nicely" broken sftp out to SecureFX now, it would appear... *cough**grumble*...
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    I think typed history (from the address bar)...

    I think typed history (from the address bar) typically lives in the registry:



    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs]


    ...yet another one of the "privacy...
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    Ummm... silly question... why don't you just...

    Ummm... silly question... why don't you just setup the scheduler to run the disk defragmenter (aka scandisk) or similar? Perhaps I'm just missing something (other than sleep).
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    I think you can also change things like: ...

    I think you can also change things like:



    Value -> Persistent

    User Key -> [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Cache]

    System Key ->...
  23. Converged devices and SDCards... next big threat?

    Well, I've been thinking about this a while, and figured I'd post it here and see what kinds of ideas/responses I managed to get back... but, let's just say that I'm working on/with a "new converged"...
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    Ummm... guys... as Ammo pointed out, "webmail...

    Ummm... guys... as Ammo pointed out, "webmail attachments" are posted via a POST method in a form, often with ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" and INPUT TYPE="file." About the easiest way to kill those...
  25. Thread: system alarm

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    As far as I know, most PC BIOS' still do indicate...

    As far as I know, most PC BIOS' still do indicate error conditions by the beep "pattern" during boot up... a single beep is normal, where-as something other than that, such as a long beep or...
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