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    I think that you don´t have any trojan if you see the rest of connections to a web pages you will see that they start in ports of the range like 1673 1671 1580, this is in the case of my computer. If...
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    In the end

    [color=blue]I try to explain how to do a C program and compiler in Linux step by step, I hope that with this you can compile a program in C.
    1) First use editor to write the...
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    I dont use this version of Suse but you can try...

    I dont use this version of Suse but you can try to probe with Yast, go a console and put Yast. You will see a menu to configure that you want I think that Yast will help you bye ;)
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    In Win you cannot close the ports manually yiu...

    In Win you cannot close the ports manually yiu have to use some program to close it like a firewall. You can use for example ZoneAlarm but i didn´t like it. If you want to prevent a enter in your...
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    Send your code

    Send your code to see how is your program and if see some bug i can tell you bye:cool:
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    C decompiler

    If you want to decompiler a program you can use decompiler like a WDASM32. This program decompiler you program and you can see all the program but in assembler :( . This kind of program are used to...
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    I think that the port is open for a trojan. If...

    I think that the port is open for a trojan. If you are working with a Windows 2000 or NT you can download a program called Fport. This program show you the connections and what is the name of the...
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    If you are working in Win9 x you can use an...

    If you are working in Win9 x you can use an utility called recover4all :)
  9. Thread: Linux "path"

    by PainShock
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    Linux Path

    In Linux exist the variable name PATH in upper that define wehat is the path. In the prompt of linux put set, if dont see all in the screen you can put set |more, and look for a variable named PATH....
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    If you want a firewall for Lin¡nux you can probe IpChains I think that it comes in the distribution, if no come you can dowload from this url...
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    Compiling C in Linux

    Probre in this form:
    /* --------------- Begin code ----------------- */
    #include<stdio.h>
    main()
    {
    printf("Hello World\n");
    }
    /* -------------- End code -------------------- */
    ...
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