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  1. Thread: PGP wipe utility?

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    IMO - unless you want to study cryptology i...

    IMO - unless you want to study cryptology
    i would suggest using another tested/more secure cipher, maybe something like DES/Blowfish/et cetera... but if this is just for fun/education then ->
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  3. Thread: hacked?

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    sorry for not knowing a lot about NetBIOS... but...

    sorry for not knowing a lot about NetBIOS... but couldn't you look to see what files have been modified recently (or modified within the time-frame of the attack)... You should also try to secure...
  4. Thread: gpg keyservers...

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    gpg keyservers...

    I'm sorry to bother you all with such a simple question, but i'm on like the 5th page of google's search and can't find any gpg keyservers...

    any help would be greatly appreciated...
    propers :)
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    I was under the impression that AOL did not store...

    I was under the impression that AOL did not store passwords client-side. Now, i know that AIM does this, and the encryption is rather weak...



    couldn't you check to see what files were most...
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    good luck indeed. are not most DoS attacks using...

    good luck indeed. are not most DoS attacks using spoofed packets?
  7. Thread: Free Snort T-Shirts

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    Free Snort T-Shirts

    i found this on packetstorm today... i thought some of y'all might try for a free shirt :-)
  8. Thread: decryption

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    are you talking about Base64?...

    are you talking about Base64?
    http://www.fourmilab.ch/webtools/base64/#Download
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    what a sad world we live in... Counter-Strike...

    what a sad world we live in...

    Counter-Strike rox, w00t! :)
  10. Thread: Merging EXE files

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    many programming dev. kits come with very nice...

    many programming dev. kits come with very nice package builders. you could simply build an installation for your files?
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    hey, not sure if this would work for you, but i...

    hey, not sure if this would work for you, but i use a local proxy to strip img tags and all other unwanted HTML... although if you really want textbased (console) browsing, i'd still suggest Lynx
  12. Thread: New Bot Project

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    i don't hang out on IRC much, butt i love to code...

    i don't hang out on IRC much, butt i love to code and would be more than happy to contribute... what language, IRC script? is it just for mIRC- tell us a lil' more about what you want to do......
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    i'm sure we have all read 1984, i'm scared :(

    i'm sure we have all read 1984, i'm scared :(
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    http://www.pressi.com/at/release/46912.html ...

    http://www.pressi.com/at/release/46912.html



    although i'm not sure if this will work for you?
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    i like www.planetsourcecode.com, but it seems...

    i like www.planetsourcecode.com, but it seems that everyone has already heard of that one...

    i also like SourceForge :D
  16. Thread: Must have tools

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    Sticky: i'm not sure if any of you read phrack (i'm a big...

    i'm not sure if any of you read phrack (i'm a big phrack fan :)) but they posted an article "T O O L Z A R M O R Y" that i found very informative...

    here is the list ->
    1 - nmap 3.1...
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    hey, thanx a lot for your input... i'm coding the...

    hey, thanx a lot for your input... i'm coding the changes right now... i will have another version of this example ready within the next few days...

    i appreciate the feedback mr. guru :D
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    "Balance is the key"

    maybe this isn't a bug, but i've only assigned one positive antipoint and recieved this message?

    whats up?
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    is not C# just C++ with .net functionality? i've...

    is not C# just C++ with .net functionality?
    i've only seen M$ C# Materials, do they have C# for *nix (gcc) ?
  20. Thread: Cesar FTP v0.99g

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    Cesar FTP v0.99g

    I was very tempted to put this in the Tech Humor sections, but since it's real i decided to post it here... although, i did mean for this post to be funny, i mean c'mon - still using plaintext...
  21. i just wrote a small example of a some-what...

    i just wrote a small example of a some-what secure login process...
    care to take a look? http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=244000
  22. Thread: I need help

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    http://download.com.com/3000-2192-7963789.html?tag...

    http://download.com.com/3000-2192-7963789.html?tag=lst-0-4
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    99 as in 3 quarters, two dimes, and 4 pennies ;)
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    bah! spit on you for saying that about Perl......

    bah! spit on you for saying that about Perl...
    jost kidding around- but i had to say something!

    as far as structure, i think C is the cleanest (IMO)
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    VB Semi-Secure Login

    Hello everyone,

    ----> I'm sorry if I posted this in the wrong forum or if this doesn't exactly constitute a tutorial. Just tell me and Ill move/delete the post.

    ----> In a thread I read...
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