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    The Stack / Buffer Overflows

    I'm trying to learn buffer overflows, on a Gentoo 2.6.17 system. I'm fairly sure I've got the idea down, but whenever I try to store anything in memory, the location moves around constantly. For...
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    The fact that all the SSIDs are the same might...

    The fact that all the SSIDs are the same might tip them off. Thanks for all your help, much appreciated.

    Brett
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    I havent yet thought about what software I would...

    I havent yet thought about what software I would be using, it shouldn't be too hard to write something to monitor for many deauthenticate packets in a short period of time.

    What I wanted to know...
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    WEP cracking with Multiple Access points

    I was thinking about setting up a wireless network with multiple access points, all using the same WEP key.

    My question is, would it be easier for an attacker using a program like Airsnort or...
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    Odd HTTP Request from China

    One of my Honeypots got this a few hours ago, perhaps someone has any idea of what's going on.



    a whois of 61.182.199.238 returns:



    It appears to be someone using IE and Windows 98 in...
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    Whoa. I really need to learn more about Python. ...

    Whoa. I really need to learn more about Python.

    And yeah, I realise I should have made it have an internal state, but I figured if I just tell the spammer/attacker what they want to hear, they...
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    I've got a few hits on the HTTP one from...

    I've got a few hits on the HTTP one from Spybot.worm and some proxy scanner, and I imported pickle because I read somewhere it was needed for the writing to the file.

    Brett

    (EDIT: After...
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    3 Honeypots in Python

    Hey all,
    Over the past week or so I've preoccupied myself with programming Honeypots in Python, and I thought
    I'd share them for all you to use as you want. Any feedback / modifications would be...
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