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    sorry tzu but they are not universal shift + 2 is...

    sorry tzu but they are not universal shift + 2 is " on my Swedish key board i utilize a french site(don't know if its just that site though) and there " its shift + 3 and so on it can get interesting...
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    probably the funniest hack i have seen, i read at...

    probably the funniest hack i have seen, i read at a forum i don't remember if it was AO or not.
    This hacker had taken control of this guys webcam that he had pointed at himself. The hacker then...
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    tzu ok i agree with you tzu but when...

    tzu


    ok i agree with you tzu

    but when you are jumping around using different keyboard sets and mappings these weird characters can create a lot of problems
    i don't know how many times i...
  4. Thread: OSI vs TCP/IP

    by di0strb
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    like SirDice said OSI its just a model of a...

    like SirDice said
    OSI its just a model of a network stack
    Thera are several diffrent models, OSI is the most popular.
    TCP belongs to the transport layer!!
    and IP to the network layer!!
    ...
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    Tiger Shark thanks for the crayon smeard slapp...

    Tiger Shark
    thanks for the crayon smeard slapp and the link :eek: . I think i might of found what i was loking for.
    And yes i confess that my elitness is below par, but i get very frustrated when...
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    ok This stupid machine is not mine i just have...

    ok
    This stupid machine is not mine i just have to admin crap on it and i cant install anything new on it. Is active perl somthing that comes default with a widows machine then yippiea now problems...
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    moving firewall logs

    ok i got problem every night some firewall log files get dumpt on a windows 2000 server but in the wrong directory. I just want to move the ones that are 2 days old to the right directory. If this...
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    I am sorry but i got a bit bothered by the...

    I am sorry but i got a bit bothered by the comment that a proxy will hide you. This wont work because the requests you are making still need to pass trough the local network and your admin is god on...
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    might be miss understanding you but either a host...

    might be miss understanding you but either a host intrusion detection system or a network intrusion system comes to mind depending on how much you whant to log and what.
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    I agree with pooh sun tzu but why argue. With...

    I agree with pooh sun tzu but why argue.
    With Linux with all its versions will keep us employed. The reason for this is because with Linux as a *nix OS we are literally taking 2 steps back Linux is...
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    I agree with pooh sun tzu but why argue. With...

    I agree with pooh sun tzu but why argue.
    With Linux with all its versions will keep us employed. The reason for this is because with Linux as a *nix OS we are literally taking 2 steps back Linux is...
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    considering you are on the same LAN segment i...

    considering you are on the same LAN segment i would use a tool like Dsniff(network sniffer and password extractor program ) let it run for a couple of days then check if you got some password your...
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    Just a thought here. Automated updates for...

    Just a thought here.
    Automated updates for windows can take up a lot of room it creates hidden directories in the windows directory with all the update configuration files and after a year or to if...
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    HTRegz i don't know if they have increased...

    HTRegz
    i don't know if they have increased their numbers to make it more interesting but i got some friends that enjoy spending their free time administrating some of these kinds of servers and...
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    i agree with the duck here are you a coder and...

    i agree with the duck here are you a coder and want to know how to check your home made software or do you relay mean checking all the software on your machine for buffer overflow exploits if so good...
  16. Thread: IP Conflicts

    by di0strb
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    that you found some hardware one of the times...

    that you found some hardware one of the times tells me that this is probably wrong but viruses (or employees that want a break for a smoke ) could be arp flooding that network segment and that will...
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    While reading your post i couldn't help to wonder...

    While reading your post i couldn't help to wonder what kind of ISP you are using and what kind of network your sitting on. I know this might be far fetched but could somebody be sniffing your...
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    Are they serious i mean why don't we move that...

    Are they serious i mean why don't we move that letter to the joke section of this forum i nearly fell of my chair laughing.

    I love that this Korean super villain can't download any cracked...
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    Thanks OverdueSpy for the heads up i am new to...

    Thanks OverdueSpy for the heads up i am new to the ids scene and in the process of testing some ids system for future deployment. Your post gave me a lot to think about and ad to my tests.

    PS i...
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    Thank you for all your comments Sweden is not a...

    Thank you for all your comments
    Sweden is not a very litigious country it not like America where lawyers rule. So we have less of a incentive to keep our asses clear.
    But i wonder about these...
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    legal aspect of NIDS

    I am doing some research on NIDS systems
    and i am starting to wonder about the legal aspects of a NIDS. Sweden where I'm from seems not to have a clear law about what is legal to check and what...
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