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    you're kind of confused. There are two basic...

    you're kind of confused.

    There are two basic types of address, IP and MAC. Both of these are independent from your computer. MAC address are assigned by the manufacturer to the NIC (network...
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    Thanks, both of you! slick_shoes

    Thanks, both of you!

    slick_shoes
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    Old IFS exploit ??

    Can somebody explain the old IFS exploit? Setting the IFS to '/' instead of a ' ' to run another program with escalated priveleges...? something like that... its been around, but can't seem to find...
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    its actually pretty fun... i wouldn't ever...

    its actually pretty fun...

    i wouldn't ever even consider it HIGH QUALITY, like it claims to be, but its a happy medium.
    basically, it uses the BASIC language, and allows you to have access to the...
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    Prophet, i did a little bit of research, and i...

    Prophet, i did a little bit of research, and i found something that seems to fit into your scenario pretty snuggly... it is an ICQ trojan called"The Thing" and operates by default on port 6400, one...
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    http://www.ritlabs.com/tinyweb/tinyssl.html

    http://www.ritlabs.com/tinyweb/tinyssl.html
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    Thanks for the replies... Have a good day! ...

    Thanks for the replies...
    Have a good day!

    slick_shoes
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    Whats he using... ?

    For the past 17 hours, the same IP has been giving me the following log files on my web server:

    [04/Mar/2003:00:39:16 -0800] "GET /scripts/root.exe?/c+dir HTTP/1.0" 404 327 "-" "-"...
  9. Dr. Suess Explains Why Computers Crash...

    I thought this was pretty funny, so here it is

    DR. Suess explains why computers crash:

    If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
    And the bus is interrupted as a very last resort,
    And...
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    Newsgroup Browser

    Do any of you know of any good, free newsgroup browsers for XP?
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    Live Journal Invite code

    Hey, can someone email me a LiveJournal invite code, at slick_shoes@punkass.com...
    they look like they could be fun. thanks
    slick_shoes
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