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    Hard drive rip-offs...

    Having just read the thread started by nottynut, regarding his lost 8Gb of hard drive space, it led me to thinking...

    If a "40Gb" hard drive is equal to 40 x 1000 x 1000 x 1000 = 40 000 000 000
    ...
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    I'd recommend getting "Hacking Exposed : Windows...

    I'd recommend getting "Hacking Exposed : Windows 2000". That should help you greatly, as there is an entire chapter dedicated to priveldge escalation.

    Regards,

    K-Line
  3. Thread: cgi scripts

    by K-Line
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    cgi scripts

    :D

    Hey, folks.

    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to download a cgi-script from a server. Is it possible to get the script from a server where I've got no access privelidges?

    What I'd like...
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    dfgt5, that is a truly excellent way to create a...

    dfgt5, that is a truly excellent way to create a decent password. However, it is not too good if you've got someone "shoulder surfing", watching what you type.

    I found this out, because even my...
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    I personally agree with Zion1459. I have read...

    I personally agree with Zion1459. I have read "Hacking Exposed - Windows 2000" from cover to cover. It's an absolute goldmine of information, and will certainly help you to secure your Windows 2000...
  6. I've taken a look at the site, and call me...

    I've taken a look at the site, and call me paranoid, but does this look like something suspicious?

    Honeypot?

    K-Line.
  7. Thread: Hey need help

    by K-Line
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    Hey, has anyone ever noticed that COBOL is an...

    Hey, has anyone ever noticed that COBOL is an anagram of

    BOLOC?

    Allright, so that's not funny - but my college programming lecturer thought it was.

    I'll shut up, now...

    K-Line.
  8. Thread: Telnet server

    by K-Line
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    Thanks, folks. You've given me some food for...

    Thanks, folks.

    You've given me some food for thought with your suggestions. I'll have a rethink, and maybe take a closer look at some of your suggestions.

    Thanks again,

    K-Line.
  9. Thread: Telnet server

    by K-Line
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    Telnet server

    Can anyone recommend a (safe) way to set up a Telnet server on one of my machines?

    I use quite a few machines at work, and keep a lot of useful files on my machines at home, and it would be really...
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    Thanks to you both, you've been a great help. ...

    Thanks to you both, you've been a great help.

    Also, thanks for not pulling me apart, like some others seem to do to us newbies.

    Greatly appreiated.

    K-Line
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    Okay, I'm a newbie, and I know the difference...

    Okay, I'm a newbie, and I know the difference between White, Black, and Gray hat hackers. Could someone please tell me what an Uberhacker is?

    Come on, guys. I'm a newbie - don't flame me too...
  12. Thread: Port 4000 help

    by K-Line
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    I use a program from Foundstone, called FPort. It...

    I use a program from Foundstone, called FPort. It tells you which TCP/UDP ports are open, and which programs are using them.

    I use Windows 2000, so I'm not sure if it will work with whichever OS...
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    NetBIOS IPC$ help

    A hello to everyone at AntiOnline!

    I am an experienced computer user, but a newbie when it comes to security issues. Ever since getting my cable connection, and suffering a couple of attacks, I...
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