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    Re: Why is a download manager frowned upon?

    And I think that goes for everything. If your computer is messed up because you couldn't check the md5, well...
  2. Discussioni: Native bt on phone

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    Native bt on phone

    Has anyone managed to get a NATIVE install of backtrack or any other linux distro on an android powered phone? Not the chroot+vnc method, thats to easy. I have a mild understanding of linux...
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    Re: wifi driver via usb boot

    It shouldn't matter if its partitioned or not. Just install the driver. If installed and you reboot, it will either go away (live) or come back and stay (persistent). You may need to re master the...
  4. Re: Network Address Translation: NAT, VirtualBox, and Ubuntu 10.10

    Have you started networking?
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    Re: WICS Manager say bad password every time.

    Im going to guess its a wep passphrase? Try setting the type of password to WEP(Hex [0-9/A-F]). Worked perfect for me had the same problem.
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    Re: Getting started with Bluetooth

    You should have looked into the how-to's. Easiest thing to find. [URL="http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/backtrack-howtos/2583-dr_greens-bluesnarfer-bluebugger-guides-old-fourm.html"]Bluetooth...
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    Re: Another MITM automation

    When it asked "Would you like to target a single target or the whole network ?" and requested for Y or N, and I choose y (lowercase) it quit on me. Just a suggestion make it that more user friendly.
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    Re: Broadcom BCM4306 not finding ap's

    Never mind, I figured it out. My onboard lan (rj-45 jack) had been disabled because I never used it. I wondered if they were connected somehow, because when I opened my laptop there were a couple of...
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    Broadcom BCM4306 not finding ap's

    I have a broadcom bcm4306 and it is not finding ap's, even when I have a windows install and it see them fine.I had an install working with it, but don't remember how I got it.

    Ifconfig looks...
  10. Discussioni: Nexpose error

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    Nexpose error

    I just installed Nexpose in Bt4-R2, and it's not working. First, it needed libstdc++.so.5 so i installed it. Then once I started it, it took an hour and ended up with this error:


    NSC ...
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    Re: Triple boot BackTrack 4 R2, Ubuntu, and Win7?

    Resize your Windows 7 partition with Gparted. After you resize it manually, install Backtrack to the space you want. Grub should reconfigure itself (since you already had Ubuntu), and all should be...
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    Re: Uh oh... I think I did a bad thing

    Testdisk my friend.... If you deleted where Windows 7 was(the partition) then I would recommend using testdisk to recover it. Its included in Backtrack too.
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    Re: Slim down Backtrack 4

    I thought about that, but then I would have to install many of the wireless drivers, and it would probably still be too large for a cd.
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    Re: Slim down Backtrack 4

    Thanks, I've seen that before. I did a little research and found out the debian base is more than 600mb, and slackware is much less than that. O well, time for a flash drive install(if the machines...
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    Slim down Backtrack 4

    I want to slim down Backtrack 4 to fit on a cd. I'm a bit old school, and work with machines without dvd drives. What exactly makes Backtrack so big? What happened with the jump from the Backtrack 3...
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    Re: fake AP vs MITM attack

    nope. Wpa passwords are not sent in plaintext, if that were true it would be as easy to crack as wep. You still have to brute force, as far as I know.
  17. Discussioni: Metasploit Help

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    Nessus told me that there were a total of 51...

    Nessus told me that there were a total of 51 vulnerabilitys, 12 of which were cifs related. there was 1 high serverity one, which was unpriveleged smb access. this is all over a vpn, would that...
  18. Discussioni: Metasploit Help

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    Metasploit Help

    First of all, I'm posting in this forum become I don't know if I should in the expert one. Please mode it if I'm in the wrong place. But anyway, I use nessus to scan one of my computers because i was...
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