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  1. Thread: Win Guides

    by Geppy
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    VERY COOL!!, nice interface as well. Already...

    VERY COOL!!, nice interface as well. Already found some good stuff on there.
    Cheers.
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    Cheers Memory!! Good catch, better start...

    Cheers Memory!! Good catch, better start updating then ;-)
  3. Thread: Telnet interest

    by Geppy
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    You can start by reading the official RFC 0854...

    You can start by reading the official RFC 0854 , hope that helps somewhat.
  4. Thread: Palm m500

    by Geppy
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    If you want to put private data on it, I'd advice...

    If you want to put private data on it, I'd advice you to install good encryption software on it.
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    Have to agree with most of you, Linux is not that...

    Have to agree with most of you, Linux is not that difficult. I think that one of the issues is that Microsoft wants the world to beleive that Linux is very difficult and that you better can use M$...
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    I would say this looks like a network (Layer 3/4)...

    I would say this looks like a network (Layer 3/4) Issue. If you can't ping you XP box, then either you packets are filtered or they get lost on the network. Try to connect from Win98 to teh XP boxon ...
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    Thanks allenb1963, Nice security tools!

    Thanks allenb1963, Nice security tools!
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    A lot of unknows, like who is your provider, what...

    A lot of unknows, like who is your provider, what IOS version, LAN, etc. to give you a ready to use answer.

    There are planty sample configuration files out there on the internet. Try to find one...
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    Nice read, 'HArd on the outside, soft on the...

    Nice read,
    'HArd on the outside, soft on the inside' is setting up for failure. One day you single point of defence will fail.

    Cheers SoggyBottom.
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    The BOOT sector is always the first sector on the...

    The BOOT sector is always the first sector on the disk, but it does not really contain an .exe file. IT contains a little bit of (binairy) code that is started (initiated from the computers BIOS),...
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    If you are running a WINS/DDNS service on the...

    If you are running a WINS/DDNS service on the Windows network you can get the IP information from this database.
    Ping sweeps will also do the trick, but is very noizy on large networks and like...
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    If you shut the netbios in the IP stack W2K will...

    If you shut the netbios in the IP stack W2K will continue to listen on NetBios. (Not sure why that is).

    Try the following, that should help:

    - Right click on 'My Computer > Properties >...
  13. Thread: Great Site!

    by Geppy
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    very nice site, lots of interesting stuff! ...

    very nice site, lots of interesting stuff!

    Cheers FrameWork ;-))
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    Have to agree with The3ntropy, iptables is the...

    Have to agree with The3ntropy, iptables is the best around.
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    check out SysInternals...

    check out SysInternals,they might have the tool you are looking for. I beleive they also have some disk monitoring tools.
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    I once looked at a tool called MetaDataAssistent,...

    I once looked at a tool called MetaDataAssistent, this too can extract loads of MetaData from Excel and word docs.
    You can find this tool at payneconsulting , a demo version can be downloaded from...
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    I would like to add something on the detection of...

    I would like to add something on the detection of rogue AP, working as a security engineer on a large network I find this a very difficult task.

    Because wardriving all the offices is to time...
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    'Netstat -a' will show what ports are opened on...

    'Netstat -a' will show what ports are opened on the box. A 3rd party tool is needed to see what app is using the ports. I use the fport.exe tool from foundstone, you can get this tool from their...
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    Although wireless is still not the most secure...

    Although wireless is still not the most secure carier around, there are severall things you can do to increase security.

    - Don't send SSID

    - If you can't use LEAP for auth and encryption, go...
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