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  1. Thread: Paranoia

    by |gridley|
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    #1 Could a filesystem be designed to save secret...

    #1 Could a filesystem be designed to save secret data?
    You can try to hide things from plain sight but once you distribute and use something widely at the filesystem level, someone will find out and...
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    WiNmap : New nmap frontend for Windows.

    Fresh of nmap's mailing list


    Cheers
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    Nice find, informationweek has an (indepth)...

    Nice find, informationweek has an (indepth) article about the case.

    Rest of the article:
    http://www.informationweek.com/blog/main/archives/2005/11/hacking_back_cy.html <-- there

    Cheers.
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    DNS Survey shows menace

    To quote the headline

    and the article itself


    http://www.measurement-factory.com/press/20051024.html
    http://dns.measurement-factory.com/surveys/sum1.html
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    I think I missed (atleast parts of) that irc...

    I think I missed (atleast parts of) that irc discussion, but I agree with you.

    Anyway, for the people that are interested in additionals but are not fd subscribers:
    initial post:...
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    Nessus now forked :: GNessUs

    From the mailing list 'full-disclosure'.
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    There is a good paper, ...

    There is a good paper,
    http://www.phrack.org/phrack/59/p59-0x06.txt &lt;--there.
    It focusses on ext2 primarily but gives a good grasp of how metadata works (plus some more ;) )

    In the hope it...
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    Some of the tools might allready be mentioned,...

    Some of the tools might allready be mentioned, but anyway, here is a list I compiled from a penetration testing point of view a while back (it expanded a bit).

    +=+
    /* portscanners */...
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    Downloads section search redirect.

    The 'downloads' section ( http://downloads.antionline.com/ ) has a 'search forums' box.
    It leads to the following page:
    http://downloads.antionline.com/search.php


    The other search box ( search...
  10. The EU countries are moving towards:...

    The EU countries are moving towards:
    http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/185.htm
    Convention on Cybercrime
    Laws are being renewed throughout europe.
    fyi
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    It's funny how noone has mentioned AO's...

    It's funny how noone has mentioned AO's frontpage:
    How To Be A Hacker Profiler.

    Cheers.

    <edit>It's on the right menu list.
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    There was a 'full-disclosure' thread on this...

    There was a 'full-disclosure' thread on this recently:
    http://www.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/Full-Disclosure/2005-06/0169.html &lt;--archive
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    http://www.linuxsecurity.com/ is a nice site...

    http://www.linuxsecurity.com/
    is a nice site with loads of resources concerning different topics in securing linux machines
    For example:
    Linux Security Quick Reference Guide pdf

    Furthermore I...
  14. Thread: History

    by |gridley|
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    You could try to check the following environment...

    You could try to check the following environment variables:
    $HISTFILE (contains the path to the file in which the command history is stored)
    $HISTSIZE (contains the amount of commands to keep...
  15. Thread: noODle

    by |gridley|
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    noODle

    I just performed a search for the user noODle ;),
    Once i performed the search by pointing my mouse to the 'search' button and clicking it i got redirected to the following page:...
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    You got an ATA(or SATA) onboard RAID controller....

    You got an ATA(or SATA) onboard RAID controller.
    Here is a howto.
    http://rcswww.urz.tu-dresden.de/~holzhey/plugscript/doc/knoppix_ataraid_howto.html

    Since fdisk -l does not output anything in...
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    0000:01:0c.0 RAID bus controller: Integrated...

    0000:01:0c.0 RAID bus controller: Integrated Technology Express, Inc. IT/ITE8212 Dual channel ATA RAID controller (PCI version seems to be IT8212, embedded seems (rev 11)
    0000:01:0d.0 RAID bus...
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    It could be an onboard Promise Raid controller...

    It could be an onboard Promise Raid controller clone ?

    try 'fdisk -l /dev/hde'

    <edit>
    Im assuming you can boot from the live version in the above, if you indeed can an output of `lspci` would...
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    Do you mean from the BIOS or from within the OS...

    Do you mean from the BIOS or from within the OS with this
    If the BIOS says this: make sure the memory speed can be handled by the systemboard (100 != 133)
    Otherwise:

    Have you tried passing the...
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    from a linux command prompt you could use dd...

    from a linux command prompt you could use

    dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hdX bs=1k
    (where X is the number of the hard drive, hda for prim. master)
    This will effectively overwrite the complete hard...
  21. Thread: ntp server

    by |gridley|
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    The following is a quick howto on how to set up a...

    The following is a quick howto on how to set up a ntp server in linux (aimed at redhat/fedora)
    http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/linux-hn/ntp.htm

    Hope this helps
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    /boot [small, 16 MB, for legacy reasons] / ...

    /boot [small, 16 MB, for legacy reasons]
    / [root partition, about 300 MB]
    /var [spool files, mail etc]
    /usr [user executables, not neccasary for system administration]
    /home

    I keep...
  23. Thread: mail server

    by |gridley|
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    I you are still considering I would like to add...

    I you are still considering I would like to add Kerio Mail server to your options
    http://www.kerio.com/kms_home.html


    It does have a price tag on it (http://www.kerio.com/kms_price.html).
    It...
  24. If you are starting slackware:...

    If you are starting slackware:
    http://www.slackware.org/book/

    For general linux:
    The Linux Documentation Project.
    and if your are a 'n00b' especially:
    Linux Administration Made Easy

    Also...
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    I like motherboard monitor. It can be downloaded...

    I like motherboard monitor.
    It can be downloaded
    http://mbm.livewiredev.com/ &lt;--there.

    Cheers
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