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    Eh some friends of mine put alot of effort into...

    Eh some friends of mine put alot of effort into writing a super fast rainbow table some of the code in there was pretty fancy massive list of hashes, and amazing return speeds, but thats neither here...
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    Any hashing function that returns a fixed size...

    Any hashing function that returns a fixed size string, will of course have collisions, finite amount of output, infinate amounts of input. It is the strength of the function that will make it...
  3. Thread: BHO and dlls

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    From the 2 articles posted it wasnt saying that...

    From the 2 articles posted it wasnt saying that it was writing into the ie processes memory, it was rewriting some dlls back to unpatched versions so that it becomes vuln again, dlls are just files...
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    Because he talks like he has some authority on...

    Because he talks like he has some authority on the subject, so people might feel obligated to belive him,yet despite what you said he had no valid points, just trying to stop the perpetuation of...
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    md5 is rumoured to have been broken by chinese...

    md5 is rumoured to have been broken by chinese mathematicians, pure speculation i assume, but it is one of those things i would try to keep under wraps if i was the chinese government.

    I have seen...
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    Had it not been included, you would have hundreds...

    Had it not been included, you would have hundreds of gamers complaning they couldnt play their games, in the end game publishers would ship the game with the driver, then we would be having this post...
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    Sticky: Yeah, Statefull packet inspection is just a...

    Yeah, Statefull packet inspection is just a farce... I think you need to read up on firewall theory, but then again, i guess you could be right, allowing and blocking certain ports will stop man in...
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    Sticky: So from what you are saying, suse's security team...

    So from what you are saying, suse's security team are patching issues and not sending them upstream? i find this very hard to belive. Most of the time when a exploit for a linux application is...
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    Sticky: Ignoring the rest of the post which was well...

    Ignoring the rest of the post which was well nothing.

    You obviously have no idea what you are talking about.
    There is a reason that applications are in userspace, lets start with the obvious,...
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    You no nothing of me, yet you seem to speak with...

    You no nothing of me, yet you seem to speak with authority, just proves that authority is often un deserved.



    It was careful reading that lead me to this observation.



    i went through...
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    While every OS has shared in the fun of exploits,...

    While every OS has shared in the fun of exploits, this is one of the very few OSX remote code execution vuln's that has been released to the public, 0days are fun, and perhaps one of the first that...
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    You would make a good IT manager, Make up figures...

    You would make a good IT manager, Make up figures and generally have no clue but it sounds good to those who dont know better.




    Wow, userspace exploits who would have thought of such a thing,...
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