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  1. Ahh, I didnt think about that... My laptop...

    Ahh, I didnt think about that... My laptop wouldnt handle the Virtual Machines so well, nor would the majority of my test machines, but this may still be an option on my main PC.


    Intersting. I...
  2. Loading a clean system image on startup?

    Hi everyone, I'm looking for a little advice! I've gotten rather tired of formatting my systems and reinstalling/configuring them all of the time and I'm sure there must be a better way! I've read a...
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    A different breed of browser?

    I came upon an interesting idea and I was wondering if anyone has seen such a thing implimented yet. I'm looking for a web browser that rather than viewing one page at a time, allows you to view a...
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    I understand that having a wireless router is...

    I understand that having a wireless router is leaving an opening in my network but that can't really be avoided due to the inherent insecurity of the medium. I was assuming that if somebody connected...
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    I realize it would be ideal to have the IDS on a...

    I realize it would be ideal to have the IDS on a seperate system but I am trying to be space effecient and dont want to use more computers then I have to. Is the advantage of having a seperate box...
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    Such as...?

    Such as...?
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    Thanks for the idea! What I'm a little confused...

    Thanks for the idea! What I'm a little confused about is how the box can act as a firewall from inside the network. If the box is attatched to the wireless router I can see how it will act as an IDS...
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    Firewall/IDS Monowall and Snort?

    Okay, here is the deal... I'm wanting to setup a firewall at home and incorporate an IDS such as snort. I'm considering using m0n0wall but it looks like I would have to install my IDS on a seperate...
  9. I apreciate the tips but I dont think thats the...

    I apreciate the tips but I dont think thats the problem. My sound worked fine initially and is working when I boot into one of my ubuntu options but not the other. I'm more concerned about where the...
  10. Ahhhh that would make sense... I was following...

    Ahhhh that would make sense... I was following directions I found here when it told me to install some extra repositories and update my system. Both of the Ubuntu options are the same version though,...
  11. I think I've made a mess of Ubuntu...

    Oh man, so I'm trying to get kismet going with my wireless card and I have Ubuntu 2.6 dual booted with Windows Server 2003 and for some reason after updating my packages I have a second Ubuntu...
  12. Thanks for all the replies, particulary nihil has...

    Thanks for all the replies, particulary nihil has been very helpfull. So a start up company that is strictly a security consulting group would have a hard time competing with the few large firms that...
  13. So umm... Best Way to Start Your Own Security Consulting/ Penetration Testing Company

    Hi guys, so I was browsing around, as I tend to do and the Start Your Own Security Company thread caught my eye. This topic intrests me greatly because I too would someday like to start a small...
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    roofles

    No, this isnt a new idea, people have been faking login pages since the early days of the www. May want to report the page to geocities though...
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    Of course, browser/client vulnerabilities. They...

    Of course, browser/client vulnerabilities. They client downloads a directory listing among other things. Guess that was an obvious one. Dont worry, I'm not in need of tips on cleaning a system or...
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    Is this possible?

    A guy on another message board I frequent has posed an interesting question and I'm not sure of the answer. He was investigating the IP address of an attacker who was messing with the OP of the...
  17. So far I'm considering the ORiNOCO 8470-WD Gold...

    So far I'm considering the ORiNOCO 8470-WD Gold 802.11a/b/g ComboCard, for AiroPeek and AirSnort but I'm unsure if it would work with Netstumbler...
  18. I'm in just about the same situation as that guy....

    I'm in just about the same situation as that guy. Thanks for the link but most of that info is dated. I've looked at supported cards for different programs but I cant seem to find one that I know...
  19. Buying a wireless card (finding the right chipset)

    Well I've finally decided to take the plunge and get serious about wireless security(I know I'm a little late). I've been learning about sniffing and WEP but its looking like I'm going to have to...
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    ARP Broadcast message?

    I'm learning how to use ethereal and I'm not yet familiar with some of the live traffic I'm seeing. My router seems to sending me some kind of ARP Broadcast. The Info pane says, "Who has...
  21. Yep, XP SP2... wow, I didnt realize that the...

    Yep, XP SP2... wow, I didnt realize that the service pack limits the connection attempts to 10. Thats hardly any, and I was still at work yesterday when that log was made so I dont think its too...
  22. No, it doesnt... I listed all the events up till...

    No, it doesnt... I listed all the events up till now. The last event before the MCShield Shutdown was:

    "TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect...
  23. well I didnt set up this system but after...

    well I didnt set up this system but after checking I saw that the scan is schedualed for 3:00AM but it was cancelled last night durring system shutdown. I dont know why the system would have shut...
  24. Security logs... Is this what I think it is?

    Alright, I've never been so interested in watching windows system logs, so I'm not to familiar with what I'm seeing but this looks suspicious. I opened up the event viewer and in the system logs I...
  25. I see what you are saying... Thats rediculously...

    I see what you are saying... Thats rediculously impractical for what I am trying to accomplish but very interesting. When I realized the problem with the TCP handshake I figured UDP wouldnt have...
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