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    Isn't that why there are now IPS's? :)

    Isn't that why there are now IPS's? :)
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    Instead of using a live cd, why don't you load...

    Instead of using a live cd, why don't you load linux on a laptop and compile your own tools. Even backtrack 2 has dated tools and signatures.
  3. Sorry for misunderstanding the original post.

    Sorry for misunderstanding the original post.
  4. You shouldn't have to change the passwords of...

    You shouldn't have to change the passwords of every other user if the solution was designed properly in the first place. Every remote user should have a different password, thus you merely disable...
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    If you use Cisco switches you can use "bdpu...

    If you use Cisco switches you can use "bdpu guard" to prevent a loop from taking down a network.
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    You agreed you can determine a physical address...

    You agreed you can determine a physical address based on subpoenaing the ISP records for an IP address.
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    How does this make me a dumbass? Heck you agreed...

    How does this make me a dumbass? Heck you agreed that I was right ... lol.

    You are correct that people shouldn't perceive an IP address as a guarded secret.
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    When you are assigned an IP address by your ISP...

    When you are assigned an IP address by your ISP it does pinpoint you to a geographical location as they know what end node was assigned that ip address. The then cross reference that with their...
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    You don't need a helper address if you are on the...

    You don't need a helper address if you are on the same subnet.
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    In the corporate environment I recommend a Cisco...

    In the corporate environment I recommend a Cisco ASA, a NetScreen, or Checkpoint on Nokia. I would never ever ever run any software firewall on a windows platform in a corporate environment.
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    Hamachi is bidirectional, meaning that they can...

    Hamachi is bidirectional, meaning that they can connect to you as well. If you do alot of remote support for them I would recommend a VPN capable firewall.
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    I use nbtscan as part of an enumeration for a...

    I use nbtscan as part of an enumeration for a internal security assessment. Even Angry IP Scanner has similar functionality.
  13. I have nothing of value to contribute ... other...

    I have nothing of value to contribute ... other than those pics are funny as hell. lmao
  14. Thread: DNS ISSUE

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    Thank you for your reply, but the IP address in...

    Thank you for your reply, but the IP address in question is actually a public IP address. I know that nslookup and dig are proper tools for DNS queries, but a ping was easier at the time ... haha.
  15. Thread: DNS ISSUE

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    Thanks. Could you please clarify the significance...

    Thanks. Could you please clarify the significance of the "domain.tld" or is it merely a place holder?
  16. Thread: DNS ISSUE

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    DNS ISSUE

    So in the process of conducting some network discovery for a new client I have discovered the following ...

    C:\>ping -a x.x.x.10

    Pinging 10.domain.tld [x.x.x.10] with 32 bytes of data:

    Reply...
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    For 3 grand, you should go buy a server from...

    For 3 grand, you should go buy a server from Dell, HP, or IBM.
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    I always follow the following plan when...

    I always follow the following plan when addressing a network


    .1-.10 = Network edge equipment
    .15-.40 = Servers
    .35-80 = Printers
    .100-200 = DHCP Scope for Workstations
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    Google is your friend ..... ...

    Google is your friend .....


    http://www.softperfect.com/products/pinspector/
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    I agree, I bet there is a default gateway...

    I agree, I bet there is a default gateway configured on each interface and the workstation is sending the traffic out the wrong interface.
  21. I would reinstall 2003 and install Xampp or WAMP...

    I would reinstall 2003 and install Xampp or WAMP and be done with it.
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    I am going to go out on a limb and say your...

    I am going to go out on a limb and say your "wireless ap" is actually a wireless broadband router and has NAT enabled. Thus you cant ping from 0.x to 1.x , but you should be able to ping from 1.x to...
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    Well Steve, even though I am sympathetic to your...

    Well Steve, even though I am sympathetic to your situation I am failing to see how you have a claim against them just because you now receive spam. Sure you can claim you didn't receive spam before...
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    I would say no to the surverys, but I would pull...

    I would say no to the surverys, but I would pull the stats from your gateway router. How many people do you have in your organization?
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    Assume Host A = Workstation Host B = Server...

    Assume

    Host A = Workstation

    Host B = Server

    Host C = Attacker

    Basically the Cisco document is saying that if Host C wants to intercept the traffic that Host A is sending to Host B, then...
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