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    well put groovicus! 4 me it's a game 2. and 1...

    well put groovicus! 4 me it's a game 2. and 1 other thing (in general): true hackers realize at once if your system is 'interesting' or not, and a home user is not interesting. and, in many...
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    if u keep updated u'll be safe. that will keep...

    if u keep updated u'll be safe. that will keep script kiddies away. the fact is this: if a real hacker wanted 2 break into your system, that can almost always be done (this does not apply 2 military...
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    Poll: firestorm-nids, cause it's simply and fully...

    firestorm-nids, cause it's simply and fully configurable, and complete (u can customize it as u like best). cheers 2 all!
    consoleknight.
    pd: i don't know if i had 2 choose just from the list u...
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    i agree bpiedlow...u can use other's structure of...

    i agree bpiedlow...u can use other's structure of a code, but not the code itself. if u r hacking into a roommate pc, it's ok: use whatever u like. but if your target is more or less important, u...
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    well Tedob1, it all depends on your target.

    well Tedob1, it all depends on your target.
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    my humble opinion: if u r interested in so many...

    my humble opinion: if u r interested in so many things u don't have a clue where to start, that's bad. think of 2 or 3 subjects and start there. read & experiment on that subjects and then carry on....
  7. Thread: C/C++ Compiler

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    i recommend Dev-C++ too, like slick8790, it's...

    i recommend Dev-C++ too, like slick8790, it's very good and easy to use (and free!).
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    1st: read MsMittens tuts. 2nd: in real life one...

    1st: read MsMittens tuts.
    2nd: in real life one never uses other's code (unless u r a lame hacker! :-) ) because by doing so u expose yourself. code created by others might be known and therefore...
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    DEAFLAMB: and u said patched systems can't be...

    DEAFLAMB: and u said patched systems can't be exploited? i would play and then patch, and then keep playing! cheers.
    consoleknight
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    great tut MsMittens!!!!! i had to learn all by...

    great tut MsMittens!!!!! i had to learn all by myself, i would have loved being your student. great idea!! well done, my congrats! :-)
    consoleknight.
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    i totally agree sysmin. qod: first of all learn...

    i totally agree sysmin. qod: first of all learn about network protocols and at the same time a language (c for example). i've seen a lot of people pretending to be hackers, or crackers or whatever,...
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    a piece of advise on exploits. in this case, if...

    a piece of advise on exploits. in this case, if u'r analysing your lan or your stuff, it's okay, but if u plan to go one step further: NEVER USE OTHER'S CODE! it's a security risk 4 u!
    check...
  13. Thread: telnet hacking

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    hey pal, the guy just made a question. it's true,...

    hey pal, the guy just made a question. it's true, u won't become a hacker writing and reading posts, but i believe this is not the purpose of this site (in fact, if there is a site for that, that...
  14. Thread: telnet hacking

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    first, sorry if i was a bit rude. second, i think...

    first, sorry if i was a bit rude. second, i think u shouldn't place it back. many visitors are newbies, and i don't see why they should get into trouble due to AO. i don't know, it's just an opinion....
  15. Thread: telnet hacking

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    sorry to disagree MsMittens, that's crap, it...

    sorry to disagree MsMittens, that's crap, it ain't cute. u know a lot of people read these threads, and many of them are newbies, what's the point in getting them into trouble. ahh, i know: it's easy...
  16. Thread: telnet hacking

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    i too agree with MsMittens. saintakaagni: AO is...

    i too agree with MsMittens.
    saintakaagni: AO is a place where we share our experience and knowledge. i'm a newbie here too, but i realize how things are. and as nihil said, telnet is a large issue....
  17. Thread: zonealarm sucks

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    i had problems too, on windows 98 SE, so i...

    i had problems too, on windows 98 SE, so i switched to Tiny Personal Firewall, and worked fine. i like it better than ZoneAlarm. it's small, fast, and secure. try it out vanhallen, i'm not sure if...
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    exactly what i got SonofGalen! i'll keep...

    exactly what i got SonofGalen! i'll keep investigating and if i progress i let u know. thanx a lot for your help!

    consoleknight.
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    the fact is i want to explore a subnet (remote of...

    the fact is i want to explore a subnet (remote of course! :-) ), and i thought the faster way was using the host command. do u know any other way to do it? (i'm running linux).
    thanx!
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    thanx SonofGalen, i'll try it out. and concerning...

    thanx SonofGalen, i'll try it out. and concerning your question "why would i want to do this", i think one learns and discovers interesting things by trying, don't u agree? if i manage to set this...
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    run "host -l" behind a proxy

    hi 2 all! i have machine A running a proxy (Proxy +) that supports http proxy, ftp proxy, ftp gateway, telnet gateway, tcp and udp (uni & bi directional) mapped links, cascading.
    machine A is...
  22. Thread: nmap question

    by jpr*
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    idle scan worked just fine. thanks thehorse13!...

    idle scan worked just fine. thanks thehorse13! see u around.

    consoleknight
  23. Thread: nmap question

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    ok, i've tried again (it seems links interprets *...

    ok, i've tried again (it seems links interprets * as -), it worked but i get this message:
    Your ft bounce server doesn't allow privileged ports, skipping them.
    And you didn't want to scan any...
  24. Thread: nmap question

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    well, i tried: nmap *v *sV *o *b 10.0.0.1:4421...

    well, i tried:
    nmap *v *sV *o *b 10.0.0.1:4421 -p 22 (target ip), here 10.0.0.1 is the machine running the proxy, and i tried connecting through port 21 and port 4421 (ftp gateway), but i got the...
  25. Thread: nmap question

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    thanks h3r3tic! i'll give a try and tell u how it...

    thanks h3r3tic! i'll give a try and tell u how it went.
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