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    from here ...

    from here


    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/downloads/
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    BT4 Final - wrong MD5?

    Is anyone else getting this MD5 sum


    abacb136d3e020bc992558b11a2481bf

    instead of the one published on the download page?


    af139d2a085978618dc53cabc67b9269
  3. Discussioni: New GPU tools.

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    Awesome! Were you able to get it to compile? I...

    Awesome!

    Were you able to get it to compile? I get this assertion error...



    $ make
    sha1dgst.cu(272): warning: variable "i" was declared but never referenced
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    courtesy of google books... Computer Security...

    courtesy of google books...

    Computer Security - ESORICS 2008 ... - Google Books

    (did i get the skynet joke?)
  5. Discussioni: New GPU tools.

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    Can this tool be added to the GPU arsenal? ...

    Can this tool be added to the GPU arsenal?

    http://www.crark.net/Cuda-OpenSrc.rar
    cRARk - a free RAR password recovery utility (Win32, Linux, Mac, GPU)
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    what are pivoting exploits?

    what are pivoting exploits?
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    super-flexible pivoting ?

    Does anyone know what this technique/exploit is about?
  8. Discussioni: Cracking RAR

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    Crark 3.2 now supports CUDA! w00t! CUDA Zone...

    Crark 3.2 now supports CUDA! w00t!

    CUDA Zone -- The resource for CUDA developers

    source...

    http://www.crark.net/Cuda-OpenSrc.rar

    I'll post some benchmark results as soon as I get it to...
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    Thanks thorin, you're right. The manufacturer...

    Thanks thorin, you're right. The manufacturer considers a gigabyte to be 1000^3 bytes, while in Linux it's 1024^3 bytes. So, 500GB / (1024^3) = 466 GB. It's dd time for me.
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    Thanks for the tips. Tried dd, but it was...

    Thanks for the tips. Tried dd, but it was limited to 466GB of 500 available. Unfortunately DBAN didn't work, because it's not compatible with USB HDDs (all of the drives I need to wipe are external...
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    the art of shredding

    I'm trying to figure out how to securely erase an entire hard drive. When wiping a 500GB hard drive using the 'shred' utility only 466GB of the drive seem to be accessible ( I guess because the...
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    Shmoocon 2009 vids?

    Does anyone know if videos from Shmoocon '09 are available anywhere? (ze googles zey do nothing!)
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    Because GPUs have many more ALUs than CPUs :D

    Because GPUs have many more ALUs than CPUs :D
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    Thanks for the suggestions, but getc and getchar...

    Thanks for the suggestions, but getc and getchar don't seem to work either. Both wait for 'enter' key to be pressed before sending the character the user typed to stdio. I just changed the two...
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    "supposed to look" not "suppose to look"...

    "supposed to look" not "suppose to look"
    "techies" not "techie's"

    :D sorry, couldn't resist
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    basic keyboard input in linux?

    Does any one know of a way to read input from the keyboard without having to press enter? This is what I have so far, but it requires pressing enter after every key...



    char key;
    char...
  17. Wikipedia has good specs tables for almost all...

    Wikipedia has good specs tables for almost all Nvidia cards (8600M is towards the bottom of the page)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_8_Series
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    Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for! ...

    Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for!

    Came across a nice little utility - pv (pipe viewer) that shows the data rate through a pipe.

    http://linux.die.net/man/1/pv

    Is there a way to...
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    question about pipes

    Kind of a n00b Unix question... The way I understand it, a pipe "|" connects the standard output of one program to the standard input of another program. What happens if the stdout rate of the...
  20. Benchmark from my box Available cores:...

    Benchmark from my box


    Available cores: 'Standard CPU', 'Nvidia CUDA'
    Testing CPU-only core 'Standard CPU' (8 CPUs)... 1452.31 PMKs/s
    Testing GPU core 'Nvidia CUDA' (Device 'Quadro FX...
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    cool script, thaks! you may have already seen...

    cool script, thaks!

    you may have already seen this, but here are a few more (per)mutation ideas...

    elcomsoft.com/help/ewsa/index.html?dictionary_mutations.html
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    thanks bofh28 is it possible to pipe the...

    thanks bofh28

    is it possible to pipe the output of crunch to gzip/bzip?
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    maybe it's time for a BT5 artwork thread :)

    maybe it's time for a BT5 artwork thread :)
  24. Discussioni: The HATELIST

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    if the original hatelist file is corrupt, is a...

    if the original hatelist file is corrupt, is a clean version available? if not, any advise on how to clean it up?
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    I think on an shared memory machine the OS...

    I think on an shared memory machine the OS decides which threads to run on which cores. So if your code properly is multithreaded it should run on all available cores.
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