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    Nothing stupid if that is what you have in mind. ...

    Nothing stupid if that is what you have in mind. Im a bit smarter than that. To learn security you first have to know the areas that are lacking. The best admins are also well versed...
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    Fav exploits sites?

    Im a fairly nube to hacking/security, so my question is where do u more advanced peeps go for info on exploits? Its fairly obvious you have to have root or admin to compile or install a trojan or...
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    Sounds as secure as the US being gaurded by girl...

    Sounds as secure as the US being gaurded by girl scouts. I guess experience plays alot on decoding packets and garnering a general scenario of how things played out. This is has been interesting. ...
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    ok, here is my amatuer take on it. I agree with...

    ok, here is my amatuer take on it. I agree with Don and the info he posted. It looks like its coming from someone on a verizon network. It is a udp packet that is fragmented, ttl is 101. The...
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    There used to be a program running around or you...

    There used to be a program running around or you could order called Netboy or something like that. It basically created a graph in realtime showing your network computers, their ips, the website or...
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    This is by far one of the most informative posts...

    This is by far one of the most informative posts I have seen anywhere. Rock on dudes.
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    The cmos battery is just like a large watch...

    The cmos battery is just like a large watch battery. Not hard to find at all. If you have a 98 boot disk, put that in there and boot off of it (if you can) once you get to the prompt, goto the cd...
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    Hacking like any other thing you do with...

    Hacking like any other thing you do with computers, requires ample amounts of reading quickly followed by more ample amounts of caffeine.
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    To do port forwarding in ipchains is not that...

    To do port forwarding in ipchains is not that hard. Do a search for ipmasqadm. I have an http/mysql server setup running behind a dialup firewall that forwards port 80 to my web server.
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    Poll: The fact that anyone would consider any newpaper...

    The fact that anyone would consider any newpaper to be unbiased is pure bovine defecation. The media has become one of the biggest Liberal mouthpieces there is. That article was dead on. His mom...
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    Poll: The recent news on that pos is that he knew about...

    The recent news on that pos is that he knew about the suicide attacks before hand. The fact that he was an american and didnt warn any of us, justifies me for hanging him. The fact that he was...
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    hey man. I setup everything as you said in the...

    hey man. I setup everything as you said in the tutorial. Got it to dial out using ifup (which was already setup) and using pppd call isp. If I did the killall pppd, it wouldnt work again (i guess I...
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    Poll: I am not prejudiced in any way shape or form. I...

    I am not prejudiced in any way shape or form. I hate everyone equally. :p
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    Sad isnt it. I have been reading C and C++ books...

    Sad isnt it. I have been reading C and C++ books trying to get a clue on programming, and some php and mysql, and still have no idea what Im doing. But that isnt stopping me from trying all the...
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    ahh, I see said the blind man. I was just curious...

    ahh, I see said the blind man. I was just curious as to why. THanks!
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    I dont know enough yet to classify myself as...

    I dont know enough yet to classify myself as anything but a little more than a well informed user. Yeah, I have a good grasp on linux and networking,etc. I dont know any programming languages to...
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    war tools for *nix?

    I was wondering why all the war tools progs seem to be written for use in windows? Is there any special reason that I am missing? I know divine intervention, and a few others would be fairly sweet...
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    I went with DHS.org for my dhcp website hosting. ...

    I went with DHS.org for my dhcp website hosting. You just register with them, go to tucows and get a script for auto updating, and every time you go online, within 10 min or so, the dns is updated...
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    At my old job, I helped the sysadmin with stuff...

    At my old job, I helped the sysadmin with stuff when I wasnt busy, we ran ethereal on his network to find info on why someone was running a webserver without his permission. In fact, I d/l ethereal...
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    Im fairly interested in security myself. I dont...

    Im fairly interested in security myself. I dont do IT at work (yet). But it still interests my. Since I have a small 2 puter linux lan at home (firewall, dns, and webserver) I started playing with...
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    Try this. Are all of your hard drives of the...

    Try this. Are all of your hard drives of the same geometery? It seems that the bios will autodetect the windows geometery, but
    it wont with linux. I switch hd's on my system, and each time I go...
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    YEah, its a good book. Wish I could have printed...

    YEah, its a good book. Wish I could have printed a copy while I worked at my old company, its only 500 pages or so. Oh, I thought it Vini, Vidi, Vici .
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    Its not really a big deal. I havent been able to break into IT yet. I am a field tech for Lockheed Martin right now. It was on my home network on a dialup, so no biggie as far as overhead.
  24. two of the handiest things when setting up a...

    two of the handiest things when setting up a network are ping and traceroute. The first lets you know that you have connectivity and the second lets you know how far you can go before running into...
  25. Sometimes it is better to keep one's hole shut...

    Sometimes it is better to keep one's hole shut and be thought an idiot, than to open it, and remove all doubt. What a schmuck.
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