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    Do all of the above mentioned, and d/l a packet...

    Do all of the above mentioned, and d/l a packet sniffer and log the packets and see exactly what it is that is transpiring. For someone to continually find your dynamic ip is extremely unlikely. Were...
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    That ladies and germs is the crux of the matter....

    That ladies and germs is the crux of the matter. Once should only see this type of traffic on
    port 137. Anything else and one should start digging.
  3. Thread: Norton IDS

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    Nah this is an old hack. Any ids system worth...

    Nah this is an old hack. Any ids system worth it's salt ie: Blackice amongst others will pick this
    up all the time. Only of concern if you were running services on an unprotected box.
  4. Thread: Norton IDS

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    Normally invalid ip flags are an illegal...

    Normally invalid ip flags are an illegal combination of tcp flags which are set in the 13th byte
    of the tcp header. The first two bits of the byte used to reserved but are now used for congestion...
  5. Thread: IDS Rules...

    by don
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    Inbound means a connection attempt to your...

    Inbound means a connection attempt to your computer from a remote computer.
    Outbound means a connection attempt your computer is trying to make to a remote computer.
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    Keep an eye on Bugtraq over the next couple of...

    Keep an eye on Bugtraq over the next couple of weeks. I will be making a couple of posts there in regards to something I have been working on recently. Feel free to pm me anytime
    at my listed mail...
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    This is indeed Grim's Ping doing it's work. Sorry...

    This is indeed Grim's Ping doing it's work. Sorry for the lack of responses. I have given up
    on this site due to the plethora of idiots who inhabit this space ie: TheFiend amongst others.
    The...
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    Yo "TheFiend" why don't you amaze us all with...

    Yo "TheFiend" why don't you amaze us all with your knowledge. Post us a tutorial or three why don't ya. Hmmm wait a minute you haven't! Wonder of wonders. I know I have. Please
    tell us how you were...
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    Ummm to the moron who just told me to shup up I...

    Ummm to the moron who just told me to shup up I would recommend that you go download another tool you will never learn and or understand. You are the type of brainless idiot that gives this place a...
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    You gotta learn the theory!

    The reversing polarity on tv made me think of this again so I will post my thoughts. To me it is
    critically important that one understands the underlying theory of a concept. Whatever that concept...
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    What you are now talking about is a transceiver....

    What you are now talking about is a transceiver. Your television is a "receiver" ie: will only receive and decode signals. It will not send them out.
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    Here goes more detail, think of it as taking the...

    Here goes more detail, think of it as taking the toal opposite of something and smashing it together with it's opposite. You would get nothing for they cancel each other out. If this does
    not...
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    If you reverse the polarity of your tv set you...

    If you reverse the polarity of your tv set you would in effect cancel the signal and that is that.
    You could also run the risk of blowing up your telly. I can pretty much guarantee you that you...
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    If you don't want to bother with libpcap see the...

    If you don't want to bother with libpcap see the below noted url. This is an advanced tool in comparison with ethereal which is gui driven and geared to the...
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    I recommend SuSE highly. It has an excellent...

    I recommend SuSE highly. It has an excellent record as well as compatibility being rarely an issue. It also helps simplify the job of locking it down if your not up on your security.
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    The router would not be scanning you computer per...

    The router would not be scanning you computer per se. It is probably just arp traffic your seeing. ie: arp who has this ip 192.168.blah.blah
    If you are being scanned I advise you to d/l a tool...
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    My recommendation to you is to d/l windump and...

    My recommendation to you is to d/l windump and libpcap which is it's dependency. Just google
    for windump and both of the abv mentioned are there. Once installed take a look at the packets flying...
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    Both stacks have inherent flaws. I would give the...

    Both stacks have inherent flaws. I would give the edge to linux though, but not by much.
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    Yo! 10ded did you read my post in this thread....

    Yo! 10ded did you read my post in this thread. The one that precedes this one. It breaks down all the fields. Take a look.
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    This looks like "normal" netbios interrogation...

    This looks like "normal" netbios interrogation traffic. This should be on port 139. As for decoding it use a calculator such as the one supplied in windows. Click on view then click
    on scientific....
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    02:07:15.196281 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.50464 >...

    02:07:15.196281 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.50464 > xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.929: S [tcp sum ok] 878999699:878999699(0) win 4096 (ttl 41, id 20442, len 40)
    0x0000 4500 0028 4fda 0000 2906 6ba6 xxxx xxxx...
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    Hmmm, crap I did not know that! Thanks for the...

    Hmmm, crap I did not know that! Thanks for the tip. The ip addy you have is wrong though.
    The first two octets are correct, the last two are not however :-)
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    Str43m3r, the r@p means nothing. It is empty...

    Str43m3r, the r@p means nothing. It is empty ascii. It alludes to nothing vis a vis an ip addy.
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    Write the below noted acl into your router, and...

    Write the below noted acl into your router, and that will take care of it.
    access-list 100 deny ip any any fragments
    access-list 100 permit ip any any
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    If your telling me that you do both up to the...

    If your telling me that you do both up to the level that is required I simply don't beleive you.
    I have done both, and to do proper service to either one requires full time devotion to it. You...
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