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    Thumbs up Ports Packets and Protocols Tutorial

    Greets.
    Wow haven't posted on here for a really long time. Well I'm going to try and change that.

    Anyways I've written my first tutorial called "P^3: Ports Packets and Protocols". It's a couple of pages long and covers the basics of each. For the protocols it's such a large subject that I just did a brief over view of what they are and some smart techniques when dealing with them (defense whise) and will probably write protocol specific tutorials at a later time.

    Hope you guys like. Any comments, suggestions, tweakes, etcetera are greatly appreciated.

    ach it didn't attach the file
    oh well you can just get the .doc from here:
    http://grungir.tripod.com/PortsPacketsProtocols.doc

    Thanks

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    Um, i think you need to find a way to attach the file, or perhaps copy and past it to the message, because tripod apparantly wont let me download the file. Just letting you know...

    /edit

    don just told me he could download it, but for some reason, it wont allow me, is anyone else having this problem?

    /another edit

    apparantly im just dumb or soemthing, all I had to do was click Save Target As. Now I'm left wondering why tripod will allow that, but not to download directly from them??? From one problem to another I guess...
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    I would mention that you can only sniff packets on the segment on which you reside. Unless of
    course you were able to pipe one over to another computer :-)
    Secondly I would mention a couple of tools that may be used to pipe over a canned exploit to
    a certain port ie: netcat, hping,...
    Thirdly I would mention that often OS's ship with ports that need not be open such as port 80
    3128 and the like. If you are not running a web server or other type of server that they should
    shut em down.
    Beyone that not bad for an intro tute.

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    why dont you delete this thread and post it in tutorials. it will show in your profile that your a contributing member and be listed on the index of tutorials so more can benifit from it...just my opinion
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    To Everyone: thank you for your input. It has been valuable and I'll heade your suggestions.

    Tedob1: i did not see/know that i had this option. I'll poke at the site a bit more to try and find it. Thank you.
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    i got this doc file ,but i couldnt manage to open it. by the way which encoding method is this file using?. tried ms-dos , windows , others but in vain. i m using windows xp and office xp.i hope some1 can give suggestion to open it .
    thanks in advance

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    mani: I wrote it on my WinXP machine using Word. Weird that you can't open it.
    I'm going to be replacing the .doc with a .pdf as soon as I make some of the tweakes/additions that some of the AO people mentioned.
    I'll let you know when it's up.
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    Link is dead

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