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  1. Sets the wireless card's regulatory domain to...

    Sets the wireless card's regulatory domain to France. Why would that help?
  2. What does that command do to the wireless card?

    What does that command do to the wireless card?
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    I tried changing the password as root to...

    I tried changing the password as root to something easy. I logged in as glenn using that password fine. Then I tried changing it and again system returned incorrect password. I'm 100% sure I have...
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    I tried that, and I clearly see that I'm typing...

    I tried that, and I clearly see that I'm typing the correct one. My password is easy, 7 lower cases chars. Any other possible ideas of what's going on?
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    I am having problems changing my password...

    I have Backtrack 3 installed to my hd. I have a user named glenn and I want to change his password. I log into the box via sshd as glenn and with a password. Once I'm logged in as glenn, I input
    ...
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    if ifconfig ath0 up doesn't work, which it...

    if ifconfig ath0 up doesn't work, which it probably won't cause the kernel usually autoloads a wireless nic if it detects it, then you probably have the wrong drivers installed.
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    check out /etc/udev/rules.d take a look at...

    check out

    /etc/udev/rules.d

    take a look at the network-devices.rules, each nic has it's own mac address that is tied to a certain interface name(eth0, eth1, etc) you can change all that in the...
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    dood drop the gui and stick with the konsole. ...

    dood drop the gui and stick with the konsole. that'll prob be the best advice you ever get.
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    You're better off gaining access and running...

    You're better off gaining access and running lsadump2 to dump lsa secrets.
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    I don't know, but KDE 3 is more stable. So if...

    I don't know, but KDE 3 is more stable. So if there isn't anything in particular that you are looking for in the changelogs of KDE 4, I would stick to KDE 3.
  11. Discussioni: Cain & Abel

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    what I like most about cain & abel is it can dump...

    what I like most about cain & abel is it can dump lsa secrets. that's the only reason i use cain and abel. for arp poisoning there's nothing like ettercap. anyhow, i've been looking for...
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    depending on what /dev your usb flash drive is...

    depending on what /dev your usb flash drive is mounted to it would be

    aircrack-ng -w /mnt/sdb1/word.lst -b 00:17:3F:EE:CD:70 psk*.cap

    if sdb1 were ur flash drive, if you're unsure, remove it,...
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    If speed is what you seek, then install backtrack...

    If speed is what you seek, then install backtrack into RAM, it's one of the options on the boot menu of the backtrack livecd
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    insert flash drive, then cat /var/log/messages...

    insert flash drive, then
    cat /var/log/messages
    then mkdir /mnt/[device listed in /var/log/messages, like sdb1, sdc1, etc.]
    mount /dev/[device_name] /mnt/[device_name]
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    Nice, I used wireshark to see the type of...

    Nice, I used wireshark to see the type of authentication. In the packet after the 3 way handshake, under the authorization tab, it straight out said "Basic" and then had a Base64 string, which was...
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    A question about buffer overflows...

    Why is it better to put a memory address that points to a 'jmp to esp' call of a Windows DLL in the EIP, which would in turn, have EIP run a jump to the ESP, which would in turn point to the start of...
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    Nice, yeah the lastest version is all I needed. ...

    Nice, yeah the lastest version is all I needed. Thank you.
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    Trying to bruteforce my linksys wireless router

    Once I connect to my Linksys BEFW11S4 V4 wireless router via wireless card, I can view the router's web page. It prompts me for a user name and password. I'm going to use this tutorial

    ...
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    I was updating fast.track.py and I got this...

    Fast-Track Updates

    Enter a number to update

    1. Update Fast-Track
    2. Metasploit 3 Update
    3. Aircrack-NG Update
    4. Nikto Plugin Update
    5. W3AF Update
    6. SQLMap...
  20. I fixed it. I just had to edit the hash.txt to...

    I fixed it. I just had to edit the hash.txt to ONLY include the ntlm hashes. I must say, rainbowtables FTW!!!
  21. I can't seem to use rainbowtables with my hash.txt

    I made

    ntlm_alpha-num-symbol14#1-7_0_20000x44505489_oxid#000.rt ntlm_alpha-num-symbol14#1-7_0_20000x44505489_oxid#002.rt
    ntlm_alpha-num-symbol14#1-7_0_20000x44505489_oxid#001.rt ...
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    I'm not sure but in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf ...

    I'm not sure but in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf

    You may have to add

    Section "Extensions"
    Option "Composite" "Disable"
    EndSection
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    Concerning the issue you had with your card...

    Concerning the issue you had with your card channel hopping. I saw in a few of your posts that process dhcpcd was running. Did you kill that process before testing if your card would still channel...
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    That's what happens when you make a new user.

    That's what happens when you make a new user.
  25. sometimes removing and reloading the module works.

    sometimes removing and reloading the module works.
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