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    Tedob1 brings up a good point its hard to be a white hat hacker and not have people assume that your a evil black hat or script kid. After all the best way to learn about how to secure your system is to know how to hack into it. I guess its all about how the question is phrased.
    Its not software piracy. Iím just making multiple off site backups.

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    Originally posted here by cwk9
    Tedob1 brings up a good point its hard to be a white hat hacker and not have people assume that your a evil black hat or script kid. After all the best way to learn about how to secure your system is to know how to hack into it. I guess its all about how the question is phrased.
    Yeah i was a bit cautious about that (My motives being called into question)

    A big Thankyou to those of you that offered constructive advice. i'm going to use both methods suggested. The 2nd (00[sub]7) to get the information, and the 1st to broaden my mind.

    I'll let you know the outcome.

    Once again

    Thankyou

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    try this :

    http://www.google.ca/search?q=sub7+f...er&hl=en&meta=

    found something that might do the trick with this search (i just checked the first two pages!!!)

    http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000019947

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    Originally posted here by DeadCr0w
    try this :

    http://www.google.ca/search?q=sub7+f...er&hl=en&meta=

    found something that might do the trick with this search (i just checked the first two pages!!!)

    http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000019947
    Doh!

    and yet again it takes 15 seconds for someone to make me look like a complete idiot lol

    Thanks mate

    Regards

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    Ok,

    First of all...hopefully the user has a firewall that detects outgoing connection requests...
    Second...if you don't, find one that does it numerically..
    Third...cut and paste...(after steps one and two are satisfied)
    Fourth...use a tool that resolves IPs...(CyberKit does fine)
    Fifth...paste the IP from step 2 into step 4, and resolve...
    Sixth...PING.
    Seventh...telnet(23)
    Eighth...i'm tired...
    ninth...zzzzzzzzzz....

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