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  1. There is a work around for this, but I have not...

    There is a work around for this, but I have not been able to find that clear text passwords are stored.
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    I had the exact same scenario two weeks ago. ...

    I had the exact same scenario two weeks ago. Nail.exe was easily removed, but 8 billable hours later I was finally able to get to the hive and clean the system.
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    Yeah, we began receiving spam related to Katrina...

    Yeah, we began receiving spam related to Katrina at work. I published a small advisory in the weekly company newsletter yesterday to warn all the employees to be careful if they planned to donate.
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    Does it keep the LUser from clicking the...

    Does it keep the LUser from clicking the hyperlink to update his bank account information?
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    ik - i'll buy that. sorry if I offended anyone,...

    ik - i'll buy that. sorry if I offended anyone, by the looks of my only antipoints now gone I must have.
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    catch - if Iwere to setup a honeypot in my...

    catch - if Iwere to setup a honeypot in my environment, someone could use it as a legal defense of entrapment.



    I in no way was giving legal advice. What I was saying is that there are in fact...
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    After an obvious reinstall, consider using...

    After an obvious reinstall, consider using tripwire next time and monitor it. Tripwire will alert you to any file changes that occur, tipping you off that something is happening to your system...
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    Poll: Work: CyberGuard Home: Smoothwall and Sygate...

    Work: CyberGuard

    Home: Smoothwall and Sygate on windoze boxes
  9. Thread: PCMac LAN

    by cashmoney
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    I think all he wants to do is open PC files on a...

    I think all he wants to do is open PC files on a MAC. What OS are your running on the PC and what kind of MAC and OS version are you using? What kind of files are you wanting to transfer? This...
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    The trick is to do packet capturing prior to the...

    The trick is to do packet capturing prior to the need for forensics. Most people want to find out what happened to their systems after the fact but they didn't do any logging or any other type of...
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    Sticky: Thought I would share one that I just received. ...

    Thought I would share one that I just received.



    Of course, I don't bank at Armed Forces Bank. If you mouse over www[dot]afbank[dot]com you will be taken to a site located at...
  12. Thread: Problems?

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    Don't get rid of it. This is the monitor...

    Don't get rid of it. This is the monitor installed for AC '97 sound drivers which is most likely your on board sound.

    O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [AGRSMMSG] AGRSMMSG.exe
    O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [NvCplDaemon]...
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    try using certificate authentication or some type...

    try using certificate authentication or some type of 3-factor authentication like RSA
  14. Thread: nmap oddity

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    The only thing I can find that will allow you to...

    The only thing I can find that will allow you to send two SYN packets is using the -PS option in addition to the standard -p option.
    -PS sends a TCP SYN ping to a specified port.
  15. Thread: nmap oddity

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    I'm seeing the same thing as HTRegz and th13. No...

    I'm seeing the same thing as HTRegz and th13. No matter what I do to the timing only one SYN is sent out.
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    I would have to disagree with this statement. If...

    I would have to disagree with this statement. If you are going to hire a consultant to advise you on the security of your network. The consultant is going to have to do some hands on to provide a...
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    Funny you bring this up. This just came out...

    Funny you bring this up. This just came out today.

    Cisco buys Netsift
    By Peter Sayer, IDG News Service, 06/27/05

    Cisco Monday said it has agreed to pay $30 million for a
    year-old start-up,...
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    pack as much memory as you can in the box. ...

    pack as much memory as you can in the box. VMWare uses 256M per OS. A good rule of thumb is 256 x each OS + the host OS.
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    Sorry if the last post was harsh, but like...

    Sorry if the last post was harsh, but like everyone else is saying we are trying to keep you out of trouble. Adhere to the AUP. One more thing, make sure encryption does go against the policy. ...
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    I could read your aim message no matter what...

    I could read your aim message no matter what laptop your using. Changing the mac has nothing to do with sniffing the network. If I own the network, I have the authority to sniff it.
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    There are several resources on the web for...

    There are several resources on the web for cloning mac addresses.

    I'm with SirDice though. Illegal activity or not, violating policy is something I wouldn't recommend. I'm guessing your a...
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    A book I would recommend: Hacking Exposed ...

    A book I would recommend:

    Hacking Exposed

    You cannot understand security fully, if you don't understand how you can be hacked. This book is good a taking you through the methodology of an...
  23. Poll: I agree passing compliance means that you are at...

    I agree passing compliance means that you are at least providing the security that is required. It's funny how you can have a little non-compliance to get the funding to increase or upgrade your...
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    Poll: XTC46, You're right about WPA. If implemented...

    XTC46,
    You're right about WPA. If implemented correctly (basic rule, use a complex passphrase) it is very hard to break. WPA requires someone to capture an enormous amount of packets in crack it....
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    Great post. I came across this once before but...

    Great post. I came across this once before but couldn't remember what the site was.
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