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8 months ago
id
it depends on the version of X11 and how it is configured on the host. How are you trying to access it? You can try to grab a screenshot with xwd.
Forum: Networking
11 months ago
id
read the documentation
Forum: SQL and Code Injection
11 months ago
id
It depends a bit on what infrastructure is in front of it. If there is a LB or firewall it makes it harder, but you can check for common files with a program like Nikto or nessus and I'm sure there are a dozen other web server fingerprint programs out there. If you can directly contact the host you may be able to connect to other services such as RPC/SNMP and get more information. Or use a net
Forum: Networking
1 year ago
id
Try hiring a reputable firm to do pentesting, not a random dude.
Forum: SQL and Code Injection
1 year ago
id
Hi ox-b, welcome to the forum.
Forum: Intro
1 year ago
id
Most of his posts were 4+ years ago, the forums haven't been doing much for about a year, pretty much when I decided approve all new users to stop spam. I'm sure the lag time in approving them has caused a lot of people that would have posted to not.
Forum: Intro
1 year ago
id
Welcome to the forum iSixPool. Bob, Rsnake never posted must here ever, there were a lot of others that used to post frequently that don't know though.
Forum: Intro
1 year ago
id
It didn't look broken because the same approval was 2 places, but only one sent out an email...
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
Looks like I fucked up the admin console a few months back and it wasn't sending out emails for new registrations...so that's fixed and I just approved a lot of old registered users and deleted a fuckload of spam. I probably deleted users as well, just reregister and I'll try and pay attention to what I'm doing this time.
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
The proper terminology is probably too boring for the most part, though one can hope.. And though I agree hardware hacking is often portrayed unrealistically, I think it has a far higher chance of being closer to reality than hacking a website.
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
That's cool, I've been hired to test security for games, but never to show them how to make hacking realistic. I bet they get bored fast... Hardware hacking is probably more realistic for a game, lockpicking/rewiring, etc.
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
made up information is still information. information.
Forum: OMG Ponies
1 year ago
id
Please design me a mutant hacker slave that doesn't need sleep.
Forum: OMG Ponies
1 year ago
id
If you really need your account approved RIGHT NOW. email me, I don't look at the admin console all that much.
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
15. SXSW
Anyone coming out to Austin next month for SXSW?
Forum: OMG Ponies
1 year ago
id
dhcpcd is basically the same as dhclient, though it seems to be a little less configurable. It does seem that it is configurable enough to at least chance most of the information it is leaking. http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/karmic/man8/dhcpcd-bin.8.html
Forum: Privacy
1 year ago
id
I don't know about Linux, but on FreeBSD you can send whatever you want via the /etc/dhclient.conf. Worst case, hack the source code, I doubt it's hard to figure out where the client is gathering/sending that info.
Forum: Privacy
1 year ago
id
There's a million programs out there that do that. I'd look for ones that are following standards such as ITIL and ISO27k.
Forum: Vendor Talk
1 year ago
id
19. Merry
Merry Xmas, holidays, Kwanzaa, Chanukah, whatever your made up holiday is.
Forum: News and Links
1 year ago
id
Probably best to ask this question on the stunnel or PAN website, I'm not familiar with PAN at all, mostly because I am lazy and don't ever use Usenet anymore.
Forum: Privacy
2 years ago
id
I've cracked my way into a mid-size (~400M) trading firm's data center via biometric thumb scan using a pencil, tape and a copy machine. The first thing out of their security guy's mouth was "you're fuckin fucking me fuck, fuck fuck". It was supposed to be active biometrics, using both the fingerprint and checking for blood flow or heat, I'm not sure which, but it turns out my thumb push
Forum: Privacy
2 years ago
id
old thread, but PC-BSD rocks, I don't use full desktops, just 2x27" monitors filled with term windows (12 virtual desktops each), but if I had to set my mom up with a desktop it would be PC-BSD.
Forum: OMG Ponies
2 years ago
id
shit, hope someone showed up lightos. I'll be around until noon on Sunday.
Forum: News and Links
2 years ago
id
It's alwasy fun to hang out with sla.ckers in RL, ping me
Forum: News and Links
2 years ago
id
most likely an issue with the wireless chip driver or hardware.
Forum: Wireless Security
2 years ago
id
Once you've got the OIDs figured out use snmpset and change what you want. man snmpset
Forum: Networking
2 years ago
id
on any *NIX system you should have a command called "file", it uses something called "magic" (not joking). Basically it looks at file headers to determine the file type by querying a database. man file man magic
Forum: OMG Ponies
2 years ago
id
it's a zip file, I'm not even sure it's encrypted.
Forum: OMG Ponies
2 years ago
id
Nice job! you might also want to add John the Ripper has support for cracking DB passwords. you can also get there using Metasploit: http://www.metasploit.com/modules/auxiliary/analyze/jtr_mssql_fast
Forum: News and Links
2 years ago
id
good deal. I'll be building a new wireless pentest rig in a month or so. What card did you use? I'd like to find a decent one that works with N.
Forum: Wireless Security
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