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  1. Poll: Since when did the standard of data leakage...

    Since when did the standard of data leakage prevention shift focus from proactive to reactive?

    In corporate IP or Sensitive cases encryption and proper tracking is still the better solution

    In...
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    I went to the bar......

    I went to the bar......
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    The gummy bear and fogging up of print methods...

    The gummy bear and fogging up of print methods both failed on the Microsoft USB reader (round $25.00 retail). I've had mixed results using molded dummies (we tried Alginate, french casting wax, and...
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    Shrekkie does have a point, and after reading it...

    Shrekkie does have a point, and after reading it I noticed I mistook your catalyst 3500 for a 3800 series router... eh... go finger. Either way, the 3500 is capable of layer 3 routing between Vlans,...
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    IPcop is a much more advanced spurr off of...

    IPcop is a much more advanced spurr off of smoothwall (although smoothwall is a good peice)
    www.ipcop.org

    as far as monitoring, I would start with what may already be there, if you have *nix...
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    most implimentations of G transmit using multiple...

    most implimentations of G transmit using multiple channels, so you are most likely able to sniff *some if not all of the transmission due to this fact. If your channel hopping and your delay is...
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    I've seen this happen when router memory is going...

    I've seen this happen when router memory is going bad and it has a tough time keeping track of whats going on, it's possible that it's answering queries from another device, in other words, something...
  8. Thread: closing ports

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    NasRat: You have really only a few options, XP...

    NasRat:

    You have really only a few options, XP does have it's own built in firewall that can do the jobby (through the advanced tab in network connections somewhere there) which by the way will be...
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    before delving into this one, how many of you...

    before delving into this one, how many of you have actually sat down and trained your users? beyond the 5 minute "this is outlook, heres your keyboard, I'm going to assume you know what your doing"
    ...
  10. Thread: closing ports

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    he he (this has got to be a terrible joke, but...

    he he (this has got to be a terrible joke, but while I sit here and drink my beer... I'll bite)

    The TCP/IP suite of networking protocols is not only divided up into several sub-protocols (udp,...
  11. Thread: Blaster worm

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    blasterworm is actually a space creature created...

    blasterworm is actually a space creature created by the mating of volgons and babelfish (dont ask how, trust me it's sick)

    These little buggers float around the universe feeding on carpet glue and...
  12. Thread: closing ports

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    heh, edit your /etc/inetd, uninstall unnecessary...

    heh, edit your /etc/inetd, uninstall unnecessary services, use access control lists at your router, firewall your connection

    least those be the quickest and easiest ways....
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    toolbars, yahoo messenger (eh this ones arguable...

    toolbars, yahoo messenger (eh this ones arguable but I think it is) and all the stuff that sends statistics off to marketing bozos when you surf.

    Typically your infected when your machine runs...
  14. Thread: closing ports

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    try honeyd or maybe toss a service up (if you...

    try honeyd or maybe toss a service up (if you wanna open port 80 load up apache or IIS)

    www.honeyd.org
    www.apache.org
  15. typically the software sold in stores will have a...

    typically the software sold in stores will have a year subscription free after that it's pay to play... as far as uninstalling symantec products the corporate and enterprise products tend to be...
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    Very true Front.... He even included all the...

    Very true Front....

    He even included all the info!!
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    Try booting in safe mode, and killing off your...

    Try booting in safe mode, and killing off your system restore service (you can kill that by pulling up system properties) and then dropping the file in

    that should work

    **quick tip, instead...
  18. You might try uninstalling the product, reboting...

    You might try uninstalling the product, reboting and reinstalling... if that doesnt work you may be stuck surfing the registry... the easiest way to do this would be to uninstall, reboot... run...
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    a few things to bear in mind when examining...

    a few things to bear in mind when examining connections....

    Most services connect TO specified ports (ex. port 80 for http, 25 for smtp, etc) and FROM high ports (ports above 1024). This is...
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    You may want to check out www.netoptics.com they...

    You may want to check out www.netoptics.com they have a good range of passive, active, and multiple port taps. Everything from DS3 to plain ole ethernet taps. I've fallen in love with my 10/100...
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    heh I should check back on my threads more...

    heh I should check back on my threads more often...

    While the flaw is serious in nature... and BGP keeps getting brought up (along with the gotta know source and destination ports blah blah blah...
  22. Thread: Printer Help.

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    Check the printer sharing rights, see if theres a...

    Check the printer sharing rights, see if theres a password there naturally. And of course infiltrators reboot question is the first thing you should ask.... always he he
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    Norton antivirus 2004 and Symantec corporate 9.0...

    Norton antivirus 2004 and Symantec corporate 9.0 also have spyware/adware detection and removal...

    note... symantec corporate 9.0 is just now being released with this fancy new feature, but the...
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    It's an old theory, but a new way to exploit the...

    It's an old theory, but a new way to exploit the flaw. The reason for the uproar is that it is so widely effecting. In all the documentation mention of checksumming bgp transmission to mitigate...
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    Before going off the deep end on this like most...

    Before going off the deep end on this like most people have, please read the SANS ISC report

    http://isc.sans.org/diary.php?date=2004-04-20

    and take a good look at the solutions and what is...
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