opinions ... what do you guys like
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 12

Thread: opinions ... what do you guys like

  1. #1
    Banned
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Posts
    127

    opinions ... what do you guys like

    I was just wondering what are your favorite tools. Pls respond to all of these or just some. What is the name of your favorite software in each category.

    Disassembler

    Debugger

    IDE (Intergrated Development Environment)

    AntiVirus

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name)

    Linux Distro/BSD

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) (ie.nmap)

    Web Design Software - windows

    Web Design Software - *nix

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc)

    Email Client

  2. #2
    Banned
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Posts
    127
    sorry clicked submin by mistake .. here's more

    IDS (Intusion Detection System)

    Vunerability Scanner

    Scripting Language

    Programming Lang (compiled)

    Browser

    Text Editor

    Log Scanner

  3. #3
    AntiVirus - Cleandisk

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name) - Built in XP Firewall

    Linux Distro/BSD - Gentoo

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) (ie.nmap)

    Web Design Software - windows - Notepad

    Web Design Software - *nix - none

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc) - MSPaint

    Email Client - Outlook

    Vunerability Scanner - ms-dos

    Scripting Language - html

    Programming Lang (compiled) - QBasic

    Browser - Internet Explorer

    Text Editor - Notepad

  4. #4
    Antionline Herpetologist
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Posts
    1,165
    Disassembler - Don't use one.

    Debugger - I generally use whatever comes with whatever IDE I'm using at the time.

    IDE (Intergrated Development Environment) - Netbeans for Java, VC++ 6 for C++

    AntiVirus - AVG

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name) - Kerio Personal Firewall

    Linux Distro/BSD - Slackware

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) - NMap

    Web Design Software - Dreamweaver/Notepad

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc) - Paint Shop Pro

    Email Client - I only use webmail

    Vunerability Scanner - Nessus

    Programming Lang (compiled) - C++/Java depending on what I want to do

    Browser - Mozilla Firefox

    Text Editor - DOS Edit

    Cheers,
    cgkanchi
    Buy the Snakes of India book, support research and education (sorry the website has been discontinued)
    My blog: http://biology000.blogspot.com

  5. #5
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    Posts
    772
    Disassembler: IDA

    Debugger: Ollydbg

    IDE (Intergrated Development Environment): IDE's are for pussies

    AntiVirus: AVG

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name): router built in firewall (siemens santis 50)

    Linux Distro/BSD: don't really use due to lack of driver

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) (ie.nmap): nmap

    Web Design Software - windows: haven't used anything but frontpage express.

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc): Corel Photopaint

    IDS (Intusion Detection System): router built in

    Programming Lang (compiled): Java

    Browser: Opera

    Text Editor: DOS edit
    The above sentences are produced by the propaganda and indoctrination of people manipulating my mind since 1987, hence, I cannot be held responsible for this post\'s content - me

    www.elhalf.com

  6. #6
    Disassembler - None

    Debugger - None

    IDE (Intergrated Development Environment) - None

    AntiVirus - NAV2004 and Kaspersky AV

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name) - Built-in to router (Linksys BEFSR41)

    Linux Distro/BSD - Linux - SuSe & BSD - FreeBSD

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) (ie.nmap) - NMap

    Web Design Software - windows - Notepad/Edit Pad Lite/Edit Pad Pro/Flash MX 2004

    Web Design Software - *nix - None yet

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc) - Photoshop 7.0

    Email Client - Outlook Express

    IDS (Intusion Detection System) - None

    Vunerability Scanner - .None

    Scripting Language - HTML/PHP/Perl/etc...

    Programming Lang (compiled) - C++/QBasic

    Browser - Mozilla Firefox 0.8

    Text Editor - Notepad/Edit Pad Lite/Edit Pad Pro/Vi/Pico

    Log Scanner - None
    --> MyWebsite <--

  7. #7
    Banned
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Posts
    127
    seems like java really caught on

  8. #8
    Just so you know, i was kinda kidding in the previous post

    AntiVirus - AVG

    Firewall (Hardware/Software and what's the name) - Norton Personal FW

    Linux Distro/BSD - Mandrake

    NetworkScanner (*nix/windows) - NMAP

    Web Design Software - windows - MacroMedia

    Web Design Software - *nix - none

    Grapic Editor (Photoshop/Gimp ....etc) - Photoshop CS

    Email Client - Google

    Vunerability Scanner - depends on what velneravility im looking for

    Scripting Language - xhtml

    Programming Lang (compiled) - C#

    Browser - FireFox

    Text Editor - CrapPad (The Specialist wrote it )

  9. #9
    Banned
    Join Date
    Apr 2004
    Posts
    843
    I dont have any favorites really... I steal, grab, make, or buy what I need then dispose of it when I don't. But if I had to choose I'd say:

    WDASM
    debug
    For Pascal and C/C++ I use some IDE by bloodshed
    NAV
    Redhat
    It's easy to make your own scanners
    CrapPad rocks!
    Graphic editing: any is fine (There are to many out there to count)
    I also like VB and MASM because im weird.

  10. #10
    Antionline Herpetologist
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Posts
    1,165
    seems like java really caught on
    Erm... what are you talking about? Java's well past the stage where it needs to "catch on". It's a mature programming language.

    Cheers,
    cgkanchi
    Buy the Snakes of India book, support research and education (sorry the website has been discontinued)
    My blog: http://biology000.blogspot.com

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

 Security News

     Patches

       Security Trends

         How-To

           Buying Guides