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August 7th, 2006, 02:46 PM
I've been through a couple of these tests as well. Seen them use every trick imaginable.
To say the least... they are amazing and almost always find ways in.
They probed every aspect of Security...
August 7th, 2006, 02:09 PM
http ://126.96.36.199/ ?to=GLAC&from=se-all&type= se-all
One Whois lookup says its from the Ukraine.... another says its from Belarus:
Georgia prison wardens......Ukranian mafioso....
August 1st, 2006, 03:30 PM
Great site! Used it repeatedly when cleaning up peoples computers.
Ewido's site is useful for scanning/removing nasty malware. They provide a free online scan which when compared to some other...
July 18th, 2006, 03:15 PM
You guys crack me up... whilst I would attend to agree with you on reinforcing the gates to damage the A-holes cars, that would require a complete revamping of the whole gate system. Right now its...
July 17th, 2006, 10:38 PM
Will definitely look into those... these cameras will be outdoors and positioned in a conspicuous place up on a poll behind cars that are entering. As for resolution, once triggered, the camera will...
July 17th, 2006, 09:32 PM
I could use anyone's experience or opinions on this one. My condo complex is looking into purchasing an inexpensive video security suite to monitor the front gate of the complex.
From time to time...
I couldn't even make out everything that was said in that message (crappy laptop speakers).
Didn't hear what he was saying prior to reading the IP address.
Sounded like at the end of the IP...
June 27th, 2006, 09:58 PM
Nihil... tsk tsk...
Now I KNOW you know better than that! A single malcrafted packet can crash a service or even an OS hence being a DoS. I think what you meant was that DDoS attacks are...
June 19th, 2006, 08:15 PM
Supporting what KCORE and ROADCLOSED Said:
Check out Irongeeks presentation at Notacon2006 on hacking network printers HERE
I would suggest a Fortinet box. Maybe a Fortinet-60 depending on the size of those 4 sites and their bandwidth consumption. We use them regularly and they have pretty much every feature you could...
Saw this article and thought there are a few people here educated enough in cryptography to enjoy/benefit from it:
University of Washington Crypto Course-FREE
I mentioned something not too long ago about WGA... and how much of a headache it can be.
Not sure if any of you have had a similar experience as mine, (in a nutshell story) I was doing...
Googled "sniff VOIP" and found a ton of relevant articles.
Funny thing was... the FIRST result was of our AO resident, Irongeek... and his tutorial
for sniffing VOIP using CAIN. Not sure if you...
Most of the larger A/V firms (Symantec, McAfee, Trend, Kaspersky...etc) already have signatures in place to catch/block the malicious files.
A contributor of Securiteam's website wrote the...
Not to take this offtopic... posting this out of curiousity.
But when disks become unreadable, I have heard that people have frozen them... and then miraculously they drive worked thereafter! I...
Not sure if I missed it, but how did you uncover this file in the first place? Just by checking the running processes?
Either way, adding to what Und3ertak3r was saying:
There are a few...
These have apparently been around since WWI... interestingly enough, I only just heard about them a couple days ago and have since fallen under the fascination of their mysteriousness! I figured I...
Not sure if this will help, but saying as how this pertains to the Firefox memory leak, might as well give it a try. Found it on a couple sites:
1. Open Firefox and go to the Address Bar. Type...
Oooh, more RFID fun!
I have been wanting to play around with RFID hacking since I first read about them being implanted into peoples arms in posh elite night european night clubs.
Then I heard...
Along the lines of what Undertaker said about the WGA md5 checking system
there has certainly been a problem with a huge amount of people. I unfortunately have suffered from a similar...
I have used a program before called Dawn. Its freeware. It has a ton of options that I have not had the need for, maybe it might be of use for you:
"Dawn converts Address Books among various...
April 20th, 2006, 02:24 PM
So, CopyWright... when do you expect you will be seeing that Satellite system arrive on your door?
Let us know if its rocks... am sure there are some peeps here in the forum that can hook you up...
April 20th, 2006, 02:20 PM
Not sure how viable this idea is... but I, like many others, pay for a certain amount of allowed texts a month... and if you go over that limit, its around 5+ cents per text, which as you can...
April 14th, 2006, 04:04 PM
Agreed, in fact, there was an absurdly long thread not to long ago disputing the difference between a RAT's and a TROJANs. Lots of different opinions and definitions.
When Kurokage mentioned...