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    Try manually putting the actual value in one of...

    Try manually putting the actual value in one of the files and see if it works. Otherwise, try a different key on your router.
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    Start the telnet service? That usually does the...

    Start the telnet service? That usually does the trick....

    What sort of problems are you having with SSH? Reverse SSH is fairly simple to do.
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    I don't think it is Lupin's job to be a Linux...

    I don't think it is Lupin's job to be a Linux advocate. People can use any tool they want, Windows, MacOSX, BeOS, BSD, AIX, Linux whatever.

    Backtrack is a tool. You should always use the best tool...
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    Sure he can, he puts a CD in his mac, then he...

    Sure he can, he puts a CD in his mac, then he throws the mac on a bonfire! Simple! (Disclamer, I actually own an iMac)
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    Given that this question is hypothetical (it...

    Given that this question is hypothetical (it would require us to be bombed back into the stone age to happen). I would go back to doing the things I used to do back in the 1980s before I had the...
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    You are probably thinking of the WRT54GL as the...

    You are probably thinking of the WRT54GL as the versions of the WRT54G after v4 use Vxworks and thus must use a micro version of DD-WRT which is limited.

    Given you are not elaborating on the tool...
  7. Discussioni: dsniff or similar

    by Mr. Flibble
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    I don't see why it would not work. It is the same...

    I don't see why it would not work. It is the same thing it always was.
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    If you are a linux noob, why are you using...

    If you are a linux noob, why are you using backtrack?

    Linux is an awesome operating system, but it has a very steep learning curve. Ubuntu is a MUCH better choice for a beginner when compared to...
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    I have never tried this, but you should be able...

    I have never tried this, but you should be able to do it with iptables with ease. Just change the inbound packets ports.

    *Edit* I think I spoke too soon, looking at one of my MySQL databases to...
  10. Discussioni: Ad Hoc network

    by Mr. Flibble
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    You are not specifying your usage, and google has...

    You are not specifying your usage, and google has tons of information:

    http://www.google.ca/search?q=ad+hoc+networks+security

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_ad_hoc_network
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    I have exactly the same crackberry as you, and...

    I have exactly the same crackberry as you, and the same firmware update. I just use multiple machines for keeping my crackberry in order. I know it is not a helpful solution, but I don't even try to...
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    Less coffee and more ritalin. :) If you are...

    Less coffee and more ritalin. :)

    If you are only into Linux for 4 days, why on earth are you choosing backtrack?

    Go with Ubuntu! And why are you even trying to crack networks with Linux? It is...
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    You can do this in nearly any version of Linux....

    You can do this in nearly any version of Linux. However, your question is not specific. Define sharing? Heck, a cheap router allows you to share one internet connection, and routers like the WRT54GL...
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    BT2 is no longer supported. You can still find...

    BT2 is no longer supported. You can still find information about enabling your card in the forums though.
  15. Discussioni: Linksys wusb54gsc

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    I think it was because the poster is very polite...

    I think it was because the poster is very polite (that goes a long way) and has already stated that he read the wiki and has searched the forum. That covers a great deal of ground. He has done his...
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    Don't concentrate so much on the attacks. Those...

    Don't concentrate so much on the attacks. Those are unimportant. An attack that might work today may not work tomorrow. It is more important to understand how the systems you are working on or trying...
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    It is hard to recommend something if you don't...

    It is hard to recommend something if you don't say where your skills are lacking. Basically, find your weaknesses and fix them! :)

    As the old saying goes: "You don't learn to hack, you hack to...
  18. Discussioni: my first thread

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    Spambot's first thread won't get to fork.

    Spambot's first thread won't get to fork.
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    Or, he has not modprobe'd the correct drivers yet...

    Or, he has not modprobe'd the correct drivers yet perhaps?
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    Are you trying to do something illegal? Remote...

    Are you trying to do something illegal?

    Remote Desktop works great for taking control of remote machines. VNC as well. They are not detected as malicious by virus scanners.
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    Search the forum more and read the documentation....

    Search the forum more and read the documentation.

    Note, if you are unfamiliar with doing this in Linux, start with Ubuntu as it is better for learning on. Backtrack is designed for penetration...
  22. Discussioni: Newbie questions

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    You need to take Thorin's advice. *SEARCH* ...

    You need to take Thorin's advice. *SEARCH*

    You are probably not ready for Backtrack as an OS. You are not skilled enough with Linux to start using Backtrack yet.

    Note, everything you want to...
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    Lupin hit the nail on the head here. Some...

    Lupin hit the nail on the head here.

    Some time ago my datacenter that I worked at was the victim of a massive SYN flood. The firewalls could stop that without a problem. However, the sheer volume...
  24. Discussioni: Firefox update

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    And how did you install BT4? What are those...

    And how did you install BT4? What are those settings?
  25. Discussioni: Firefox update

    by Mr. Flibble
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    I suggest finding out why you can't update it....

    I suggest finding out why you can't update it. Once you know that, you can update it.

    (Hint, you have told us nothing that we can use to help you in your post.)
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