September 24th, 2003 05:54 PM
I agree with Catch. Pen Tests against a single host will do nothing by point out a few wholes. While an entire audit of the box will be more comprehensive and valuable in the long run.
October 17th, 2002 03:14 PM
You might just have a damaged CD-ROM. If UKnetSec's advice doesnt work, try downloading the images from the Suse site and burn a new set of install CD's.
October 17th, 2002 03:05 PM
They definatly already have a version of AIM for Linux. It sucks though. Use GAIM.
October 17th, 2002 02:28 PM
very very good! Thanks for a good morning laugh problemchild!
October 16th, 2002 08:59 PM
Yeah I am also smacking myself on the head for not trying it before running to AO and posting! Thanks for your help though!
October 16th, 2002 06:47 PM
It is the same name as civil war battles because most of the battles were fought here.
The majority of the cities here are named after civil war battles. I dont think it is connected.
October 16th, 2002 06:42 PM
I actually fixed the problem. The Nvidia drivers will work fine as long as you compile them from source and not rely on rpm's.
October 16th, 2002 03:34 PM
And the best part about Nessus.....its FREE! :D
October 15th, 2002 02:21 PM
Has anyone out there gotten their proprietary NVIDIA drivers (kernel mod NVdriver) to work with RedHat 8.0 yet? Is there any workaround? When loading the module, I get the error message that this...
October 15th, 2002 02:06 PM
The most important thing, as *nabylbt* said is to run the correct service pack. I think it is like 6a or something. Most of the security exposure in NT 4.0 is due to the fact that most people dont...
October 15th, 2002 01:48 PM
Cell phone tracking is not a new idea. The US government has used this method to track down many criminals in the past. The latest example was the college bomber guy that was attempting to make a...
October 15th, 2002 01:42 PM
I have found Suse Linux to be extremely user friendly upon installation. If you use the CD images, the installation program should work you through setting up a dual boot box pretty nicely. Is your...
October 11th, 2002 07:41 PM
Yes I agree with Syini666. I am not a good programmer at all but I would figure a script could be written that would run through the AP's sending an ACK type of package (however 802.11 works) and...
October 11th, 2002 07:36 PM
The Tao of Steve is a cult hit here in the US about a fat dude that has a set of rules he follows to get girls. The first rule of the Toa of Steve is:
Be detached. We pursue that which retreats...
October 11th, 2002 07:09 PM
Many viruses infect vital system files. That is the reason so many viruses cause systems to crash.
The current fad, BugBear deletes common security program executables, creates a remote...
October 11th, 2002 06:56 PM
Watch the "Tao of Steve".
Might not be available in India yet :)
October 11th, 2002 06:48 PM
I apologize for hogging this thread but I remembered I have this great whitepaper that gives a good overview of the issues surrounding 802.11. It also lists all the common testing programs out there...
October 11th, 2002 06:40 PM
Sorry this is unrelated but real quick. I accidentally hit the "Ignore" button while trying to send you a PM. How do I take you off this list?
nevermind. I found it.
October 11th, 2002 06:35 PM
Linux is the premier tool for everything :) Sorry, i couldnt resist.
October 11th, 2002 06:33 PM
I just remembered. Wanna play a good joke on a script kiddie???
Search Google for FakeAP.
This is a program that uses PrismII cards to generate thousands of fake AP beacons. Netstumbler will...
October 11th, 2002 06:26 PM
Ive been studying 802.11 security for a while now. Actually there is not much to study.....its insecure!!!
www.wardriving.com provides some good insight on the hardware and software needed to...
October 11th, 2002 06:07 PM
Cyber126, there is no point in asking how to "hack her". Follow the directions that *prodikal* gave you and increase your own security rather than trying to break others.
October 11th, 2002 05:59 PM
I dont have a problem with it either. There was a special on HBO a month or 2 ago about a guy going across the United States taking pictures of people in public nude. There was one really cool one...
October 11th, 2002 05:53 PM
I am pretty sure the Orinoco brand of cards runs off the Hermes chipset. The Linksys runs off the PrismII chipset. I would presume the latest pcmcia driver package must have support for both now.
October 11th, 2002 03:21 PM