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  1. I've always found 2600 to be a great resource on...

    I've always found 2600 to be a great resource on culture but only an acceptable resource on skill set. i guess it depends on why you want it.

    if you're getting it to be uber-1337, don't.
    if...
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    nope. i believe you are right and i was wrong. ...

    nope. i believe you are right and i was wrong. it does appear to make it easier to uphold the GPL in court...

    to wit:


    next time, i'll read the whole thing before opening up my pie-hole.
    ...
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    so... am i understanding correctly? you use...

    so... am i understanding correctly?

    you use GPL'd source and then break the GPL (via distribution, whatever).
    you can't be sued or face legal repercussions, you just have to stop referencing the...
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    in general, im a big fan of keeping your personal...

    in general, im a big fan of keeping your personal stuff stored on your personal stuff whenever possible...convenient or not. i'm just not going to trust yahoo, gmail or my webhost to keep my best...
  5. Discussioni: nmap book

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    richard bejtlich had given a really great opinion...

    richard bejtlich had given a really great opinion on this book last month...
    (http://taosecurity.blogspot.com/2008/07/review-of-nmap-network-scanning.html)

    and since i am among the unwashed...
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    ok, now you are moving slowly into the realm of...

    ok, now you are moving slowly into the realm of full-on mentoring. Not really bt-specific here, but there are tons of resources out there. let me help get you started;

    what you have in your...
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    be bold. what the hell. ;)

    be bold. what the hell.
    ;)
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    first thing that comes to mind is a corrupt...

    first thing that comes to mind is a corrupt download. first run 'file' against it, as KMDave suggested and then most likely re-download the file from linuxpackages, check it's md5 while in...
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    ... :rolleyes: i'm all for busting someone...

    ...

    :rolleyes:

    i'm all for busting someone when they tell you that they are breaking the law (hell, even for hinting it). but i'm fairly sure from the quote above that you're off-base...
  10. Discussioni: Linux vs Linux

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    ahh. i thought i was developing a lisp...it was...

    ahh. i thought i was developing a lisp...it was just the hook in my cheek.
    :)
  11. Discussioni: Linux vs Linux

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    "so many people"? like who? the same people...

    "so many people"? like who? the same people that say a tangerine is so much better than a comfortable pair of blue-jeans?

    the 'apples vs. oranges' analogy is a bit over-used but wtf?

    whoever...
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    it isnt going to be C:\ anymore. if we are...

    it isnt going to be C:\ anymore.

    if we are talking about the same system, bt is going to access it differently than Windows would. same hardware, different interface.

    instead of "C:\whatever",...
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    SHORT: ndis5 doesn't support any mode either...

    SHORT: ndis5 doesn't support any mode either than 'ad-hoc' or 'managed'.

    LONG: forumsDOTremote-exploitDOTorg/showthread.php?t=9899

    ~s
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    download the file on whatever you can. store it...

    download the file on whatever you can. store it in an accessible place (or on USB, etc) and then install it with the 'installpkg' command that you were given earlier (make sure that you are in the...
  15. Discussioni: Funny Stuff

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    Sticky: The Twelve Commandments of Flaming ...

    The Twelve Commandments of Flaming

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    Make things up about your opponent: It's important to make your lies sound true. Preface your argument with...
  16. another one bites the dust

    im simply amazed at the constant flow of individuals that make this sort of mistake. just 10 minutes of reading the 'mandatory' stickies (or, even better, lurking for a while to get a feel of the...
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    Generic new user greeting post

    A polite greeting;

    Have used BT for a couple of years now, work in the ITSEC arena, hired-gun currently, in the D.C. region.

    From a 'grey-hat' perspective, I suppose that I'm a fan of the...
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