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  1. #11
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    If you really did not post that, did you also not write that pm i got from your address?
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  2. #12
    if pm stands for past mail
    i did send you an e-mail b4 cos you are one of the few people from ireland i have seen at these type sites.

    other than that e-mail i didnt send you anything else.
    sorry about the confusion this is really pissing me off

    like to have some suggestions as to how someone could do this.
    i dont have a trojan on my comp
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  3. #13
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    send a message to Jp he is the founder of AntiOnline and can probably help you out.
    G.G.

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  4. #14
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    Hey man Im Irish too, a Dubliner. I have found no more than 5 Irish security/hackes and one of them was a virus programmer.

    Go to www.linux.ie theres some real people there but only venture there if you know youre stuff real well, Im just a lurker there.
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  5. #15
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    DKennedy aka siouxchief

    I'm happy to hear that it was not you that posted that crap!

    I hope that issue will be resolved!

    ...Ok..now I'm going to give this netcat.c program another crack... ...It would help if I was on a UNIX system..but I'm on Win32 so as I said before its going to be difficult. But I'll give it another go.

    I had previously started on reading up the syntax of makefiles from the GNU documentation...so I think I can figure it out.

    Question: What command are you using to compile this program? (including any command line arguments)

    I hope I will be able to help!
    Simon Templer

    \"Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it. \"
    -The Buddha
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  6. #16
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    Did i miss something? Why was everyone getting so uptight?
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  7. #17
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    Ok...siouxchief

    Let's try this:

    Open the makefile and below:

    # start with this for a new architecture, and see what breaks.
    generic:
    make -e $(ALL) $(MFLAGS) XFLAGS='-DGENERIC' STATIC=

    Add These Lines

    test:
    make -e $(ALL) $(MFLAGS) XFLAGS='-DGENERIC' DFLAGS='-DGAPING_SECURITY_HOLE' STATIC=

    Note:
    make sure that "make -e $(ALL) $(MFLAGS) XFLAGS='-DGENERIC' DFLAGS='-DGAPING_SECURITY_HOLE' STATIC=" is all on one line!

    Also make sure that there is 1 tab preceeding that line.

    So the format is:
    test:
    [tab] [whatever the line]

    What we have just done is make a new rule called "test" so now you should be able to just type the following:

    make test

    And hopefully it should work fine! Try that and let me know what happens!
    Simon Templer

    \"Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it. \"
    -The Buddha
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  8. #18

    thanx

    just back from the pub (typical irish ,,,only messing,--maybe stereotypical irish?)

    anyway got yer individual e-mails and i appreciate it--glad to know people still trust other people.

    e-mailed anti-online but really dont have a clue how this happened--as ye say probably some sad script kiddie --anyway thanks for the help.

    go raibh maith agat (to ennis and p mc evoy)

    cheers to everybody else (especially simon )

    p.s. go raibh maith agat is irish for thanks
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  9. #19
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    Where in Ireland you from man, I know p mcevoy is a Belfast man.
    [hows things up there?]

    Slan Tamall!
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  10. #20
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    Alright Ennis, Dave's from cork afaik.
    Things in belfast are pretty bad i'm afraid to say, my local bar has just closed down, i was in playing pool last week when some guys drove past shooting at the place, and the same tramps came in a few days later and started smackin people in the head with bottles, just cuz the bar won't pay protection money :-(

    Apart from that though, everythings grand!

    Tiocfaidh ar lar
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