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  1. #11
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    Well I tried

    Hey give me some credit huh?

    I get the message though. Should I try spanish??


    What I wanted to say is the first problem is that too much information is available via DNS and DNIC, that should be a priority too.

    The site looks good and the kit is interesting to. If I have anything on exploits (which I do)he he he, IŽll let you know.
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    Lightbulb wait a minute

    I justed noted that your from Belg. sorry about the french thing. I should have used flamish (correct?). Hute mitaag or something like that.
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    I justed noted that your from Belg. sorry about the french thing. I should have used flamish (correct?).
    There's a French-speaking and a Flemish-speaking part. I'm from the Flemish-speaking part, yups.

    Hute mitaag or something like that.
    Lol... quite right ('Goede middag')...


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    That's something I can agree with. But there's limits to everything, of course
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    Wink modesty

    Yea I agree to that.

    Anyway Voum is there a version of the Kit for 2000/XP to?
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    Originally posted by Negative

    And BTW: why does everybody keep saying 'DNS servers'??? In my not so humble opinion, Domain Name Servers Servers sounds stupid. 'Les serveurs du dns' also does. Capice? It's like the USA of A...
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    Wink DNS

    DNS - Domain Name Service.
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    'The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed Internet directory service': (extract from DNS.net .) Damn...
    And BTW: domain name service server still sounds ridiculous...
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    Latest exploits

    Hey just do a search for search engines and excerpts to whatever you're looking for.
    But you got some really good help on this one, these people know where to find things on the net.I'm just trying to get the top score for replying to posts No just playin lol,.
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    dns

    i guess that'll teach me not to rely on my memory to the O'Reilly chapter titles. Although if I'd taken 10 more seconds and read the first sentence of that chapter, I'd have seen the correct term.

    and for the record, I think they both sound a bit silly.
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    Smile

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    Good One Terr !!!



    btw if anyone's interested i found the site http://www.linuxsecurity.com/ quite ok.

    not many xploits there but still latest ones.
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