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    Question Nuking

    Hello... this is my first post here... There is one thing i would like to know.... if anyone can help me. Im using a nuker (server/client error nuking) but it makes no effect. I am using the correct IP target and the correct server that my target is using and im selecting server ports 6664-6667 and client ports 1000-4000 (think im doing everything right) but theres no reaction from the targeted... i have done it even with a friend (whith autorization ) but it made no effect... do you know any solution??? By the way... im using vai-te já Nuker (dont know if it is important the one i use)... I dont know if this is a reasanable doubt but i hope so. C YAS
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    1) You might find a more receptive audience on IRC. Go away.
    2) I suspect the "nuker" doesn't do jack on a recent OS. Most of these things exploit stupid bugs that are fixed fairly quickly.
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    i have done it even with a friend (whith autorization )
    err...do you have the IP's owner's authorization? This is suppose to be a security site, not a site where you can ask how to nuke someones computer...
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    Nuking Again

    I do apologise abuot the stupidity but im trying tho get invulnerable agains those kinds of stuffs and to get the solution i have to know the problem first... Sorry if i didnt made my self clear...
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    If you are saying that you are running this against yourself to see if you are vulnerable and it does not have any affect on your server... then you are not vulnerable to that particular nuker.
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    there are usually better ways to look for these kind of vulnerabilties... take a look at the services you are running (including the OS), then check them against a vuln. database like Bugtraq or Packetstorm. You should find all of the info necessary for both the exploit and in most cases information on how to patch/update your service/software.
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    Congradulations...you'v been Backdoored!
    With all the subtlety of an artillery barrage / Follow blindly, for the true path is sketchy at best. .:Bring OS X to x86!:.
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