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    The sendmail vuln is not related in any way to...

    The sendmail vuln is not related in any way to the exchange server, but it's possible that this one, too, might have a bug not discovered yet...
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    Re: How Antivirus works?

    Like tampabay420 said, there are this signatures which basically work like this:

    |------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Executable .... | attached virus .. 01 02...
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    Re: Re: software for malicious hackers

    We don't need a war on the Internet, caused by script kiddies with their brand new tools... Imagine the following case: 2 companies have a reactive IDS which attacks back. Our script kiddie spoofs...
  4. Thread: Cryptanalysis

    by DragonK
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    Linear algebra and groups and stuff I studied in...

    Linear algebra and groups and stuff I studied in my first year (Computer Science) but... you don't want to know how good I am :PP
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    Tiger Shark is right, Google doesen't do...

    Tiger Shark is right, Google doesen't do something it's not supposed to...
  6. Thread: Cryptanalysis

    by DragonK
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    Yeah, I know about john the ripper, but that is...

    Yeah, I know about john the ripper, but that is definetly not cryptanalysis, but mere bruteforcing... I'm looking for more delicate ways to do it... But don't get me wrong, don't think that I have...
  7. Thread: What OS ??

    by DragonK
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    FreeBSD is not that hard to install, but it takes...

    FreeBSD is not that hard to install, but it takes a lot of time (there are a LOT of packages)... The harder part comes to configuring it... that's where i'm having problems... Seems like IT doesen't...
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    Well, these forensic challenges seem to be cool...

    Well, these forensic challenges seem to be cool (i.e. analyzing network traffic or a weird binary file), breaking encryptions, and, why not, a network security contest? (i.e. you are given a network...
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    http://hackergames.net

    http://hackergames.net
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    There are some standards like ANSI, POSIX and as...

    There are some standards like ANSI, POSIX and as long as your compiler supports them and you write your program according to the standard, it should work.
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    Seems unfair not to make public a threat this...

    Seems unfair not to make public a threat this big...
    ehh...power of the money...
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    Yeah, 3 wrong guesses + you need a card which is...

    Yeah, 3 wrong guesses + you need a card which is not yours, don't you? :) + the ATM's security cam = trip to jail...
  13. Interesting...but seems very theorethical... :)

    Interesting...but seems very theorethical... :)
  14. Thread: Cryptanalysis

    by DragonK
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    Cryptanalysis

    I'm trying to learn cryptanalysis methods for various ciphers and I could use some tools to help me with that...

    I've already tried crank (not good, only pen+paper ciphers) and cryptool...
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    Forensic challenges

    Does enybody know where can I find some Forensic challenges sites?
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    Can you give me some examples of what software...

    Can you give me some examples of what software you have written?
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    Try this one:...

    Try this one: http://www.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/heby/ltmodem/
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    Try using a debugger: OllyDBG. It can register...

    Try using a debugger: OllyDBG. It can register itself to popup when such errors occur... Maybe it can help you
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    There's a very good book about asembly language...

    There's a very good book about asembly language (using MASM), called The Art of Assembly (programming?)

    You can learn a lot of things from it...
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