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  1. thespecialist: haha , yah..."Errrr.... wtf." is...

    thespecialist: haha , yah..."Errrr.... wtf." is right I guess. Its not that hard of a problem to prevent with a bit of extra care when programming, I was just viewing it as more of a secondary...
  2. Thank you so much for your responses. sforce:...

    Thank you so much for your responses.
    sforce: you're definitely right, I really dont have a grasp over the subject at all I guess...I understand the concept, and can follow the code of the simplest...
  3. Practical remote execution of buffer overflow exploits?

    I've been reading alot into buffer overflow exploits recently, and I'm pretty sure I have a good grasp of the theory and techniques...but I just got to wondering something that I cant seem to figure...
  4. thanks msmittens :) I ordered the book through...

    thanks msmittens :)
    I ordered the book through Amazon's used book system...I found an 11 dollar copy of (I THOUGHT) the third edition while browsing the page for that book, but when I recieved it I...
  5. Network Intrusion Detection 2nd Ed. vs 3rd Ed.

    I recently ordered Network Intrusion Detection: An Analysts Handbook 2nd Edition by accident, not knowing there was a 3rd edition!
    Does anyone by any chance either have both editions or have read...
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    thanks alot jinxy! haha thats exactly what i was...

    thanks alot jinxy! haha thats exactly what i was wanted to know.

    thanks for everyones help...you all gave me alot of really good information :)
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    its a microsoft MN-700 wireless base station

    its a microsoft MN-700 wireless base station
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    thanks everyone! i will be sure to try OpenBSD...

    thanks everyone!
    i will be sure to try OpenBSD and Solaris....i never even thought of experimenting with different OSes before haha...thanks :)

    Heres a newb question for yah (sorry):
    If i scan a...
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    thanks alot guys! I already have used nmap and...

    thanks alot guys!
    I already have used nmap and nessus, and ethereal a bit, I was just looking for advice on setting up a "Hacker lab" with my 2 computers on a wireless network with my current set...
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    cool, ill look around there, thanks! i guess i...

    cool, ill look around there, thanks!

    i guess i should have looked around on other sites first....sorry about that :\

    [edit] - is there any way i can set up a similar network to the direct...
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    "Practicing" with a home network...

    Hey, I searched around for some info on this on the site and found a similar thread but I have some more newbishly specific questions, and I didnt wanna bump an old thread and annoy some people...
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    Thanks alot guys, this is just what I needed!...

    Thanks alot guys, this is just what I needed!
    All of you really kick ass =D.
    I'll be sure to contribute something back once I've finished.
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    Personal project

    As a gigantic, long term personal project, I was hoping to write a fairly simple port scanning utility in C. I am an absolute newbie to C, yet have a good general knowledge of the language as well...
  14. Thread: Redhat 9.0

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    Hmm..is VFat just a type of FAT partition that...

    Hmm..is VFat just a type of FAT partition that contains all types above 16? Because I know redhat9 only supports FAT partitions up to 16, and windows refers to FAT32 partitions as such, yet when...
  15. Thread: A C Tutorial

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    Some basic stuff on pointers and arrays would be...

    Some basic stuff on pointers and arrays would be very nice..I for one find those very confusing.

    by basic, i dont mean i assume you wouldnt include info on that..I mean, like..try to make it...
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