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    We had the same problem with "Spam Cannibal" No...

    We had the same problem with "Spam Cannibal" No idea why we were there, but they removed us per our request. After the update, it took one full week before all issues stopped.
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    Social Engineering is the most common way to...

    Social Engineering is the most common way to break into networks. All the new helpdesk guys get a call from me pretending to be Frank Rizzo. I am usually sucessful in gaining access. Then they get...
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    Naw, just saw it strange, and for 40 g's I was...

    Naw, just saw it strange, and for 40 g's I was hoping to get a good third party review.

    Speaking of money, Bind View wants $100,000 +. Ouch
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    Well it seems pretty in depth. I was looking at...

    Well it seems pretty in depth. I was looking at a $40 g qoute and wondered if I will get much more then Net IQ, or just a basic GFI Scanner.

    I am thinking this may improve our current setup.
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    nexpose

    How come there are no references on this site about nexpose? Its been around for 3+ years.
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    Wireless Evil twin?

    http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nf/20050321/tc_nf/31469

    After reading this;
    I am wondering if broadcasting the SSID at a high power, can the traffic be sniffed to crack LEAP Fast? ...
  7. Thread: New Laptop

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    t42

    IBM T42

    Got the fingerprint reader
    Not too expensive (compared to the Dell I was looking at)
    IBM so its corporate compliant
    Linux should be fine.

    Although its heavy 5lbs.
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    Thanks

    Great Advice. I am down to the IBM X40 and the Sony T Series.

    The Duck; I can't stress the importance of the Senao Nic the 300mw amped setup I have is sweet for our large campus. Unless there is...
  9. Thread: New Laptop

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    New Laptop

    I am going to purchase a good laptop. Have about 5k USD for this. It is replacing my old IBM ThinkPad. I was thinking a MAC laptop, Sony Vaio, or maybe something comparable. This will be my...
  10. Thread: Gaobot

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    Thanks very much. The last one we had was...

    Thanks very much.

    The last one we had was removed a few days ago. We cleaned them by doing what you said Undertaker and removing the registry key and the file mso.exe from the system directory.
    ...
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    Gaobot

    A few months ago I spotted strange traffic while manually browsing the firewall logs.

    Come to find out, that we had viruses on a few computers running a Gaobot variant. We use EPO and are really...
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    Thanks for the http://www.incidents.org/ link. ...

    Thanks for the http://www.incidents.org/ link. Very usefull. Also nice to know its not us.
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    Global DNS problems?

    Anyone noticed that a ton of DNS servers are not functioning properly right now? Yahoo, and MSN seem to be effected. And some Root DNS servers are corrupt. THis has been going on for a few hours...
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    Re: VPN

    When you try the VPN you are encapsulating the packets twice. This will probably will not work unless you can figure out some way on the destination firewall to tell where the return packets should...
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    Look at my Signature

    Look at my Signature
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    your right noODle. There are other ways. the...

    your right noODle. There are other ways. the c:\windows\system\loader.exe is an easy one, but \scripts\startup I have seen in other programs.

    I have not seen Mobman since defcon 2000. Since...
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    Yep. But thats the "least known method" in...

    Yep. But thats the "least known method" in subseven.
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    Reverse NAT on both VPN gateways

    Well the subject pretty much says it. With networks being 192.168.0.0/18 and 10.0.0.0/8, how do you connect 2 of the same. What I have been doing is Natting with one to one static ratios for each...
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    Why not troubleshoot what apps are opening the...

    Why not troubleshoot what apps are opening the ports?

    Or is this grandma we are talking to?
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    Its run= in win.ini c:\%systemdir%\win.ini ...

    Its run= in win.ini

    c:\%systemdir%\win.ini

    just search for win.ini and edit the file. Thats what your talking about.
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    I see lots of dos attacks, however the big...

    I see lots of dos attacks, however the big firewalls out today (CP AI and PIX that I work with) can handle them with minor traffic loss. I can trace them in a few minutes and usually kill the BGP...
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    I liked version 5. It was the Groupware aspects...

    I liked version 5. It was the Groupware aspects that was spectacular. I think products like Infopath and sharepoint are the only solution to this. I am still not impressed with Exchange 2003.
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    I bet Myth. These guys get caught, and its...

    I bet Myth. These guys get caught, and its reported as news. Recently, I have not seen any recent mass Dos attacks causing long term damage on high profile sites. If the dos attack lasts long, it...
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    Re: Oh btw, would stuff like this be legal?

    "Strikeback" is a program used at GE medical in 98-99. It did Ping of Death and scanned ports. It was pretty infintile to be running at such a corporation, and the legal implications could be...
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