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    Re: prehaps a very interesting idea please read!

    Impressive. What setup were you using?
  2. Re: Can Backtrack be used as an Automated Network Vulnerability Scanner???

    or NeXpose. If you can get either of them working, can be quite a hassle sometimes, but they both have support pages on their websites to help you out. Neither NeXpose or Nessus will fix the...
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    Re: Pls back-track ppl help me.

    For beginners its a step to see whether they can do it. When you start out, baby steps can be necessary, rather than checking to see whether their network is secure. Learn to walk before attempting...
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    Re: Injection Trouble with IPW2200 Wireless Adapter

    Have you tried putting the card into monitor mode with airmon-ng rather than using modprobe?

    The context for this is airmon-ng start [Interface name]
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    Re: prehaps a very interesting idea please read!

    It would be for use in your own home, but he is using his own home as a test for if you didn't have physical access between the two routers. And yes, in order to use a router to bridge to another...
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    Re: First spoonwep-wpa 3 screenshots

    Looking very good. I'm looking forward to giving it a whirl when you release it. We should create some wordlists for you to release with it. Good Luck with the baby.
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    Re: prehaps a very interesting idea please read!

    Not quite what yoma is getting at i don't think. If you can compromise a pc on Jim's network that has 2 Wireless cards, then you could probably do it, have Jim's pc share Bob's internet connection...
  8. Discussioni: Wireless cards?

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    Re: Wireless cards?

    A very well supported chipset is the RT73 if you are using a usb wireless card. There are a few very good cards with this chipset that also have external Antennas if you wish to upgrade. Im looking...
  9. Discussioni: tunnelling

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    Re: tunnelling

    Third. Sorry mate, But this is leaning towards the illegal side of things which we don't support or condone here. Even if this was with complete consent of all parties (including ISP's as you would...
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    Re: Can someone Answer some beginner questions ?

    Very true, I misread that. I apologize
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    Re: yet another techie...

    That is LEGENDARY. Best laugh iv had in a while. Something that relates to the thread. ahhhh.
    To begin with it seems as if your treating it as a bit of a joke. As serious as you may be, first...
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    Re: Can someone Answer some beginner questions ?

    Update to BT4, it is better supported, has less bugs, and more tools. Besides, if you can use BT3 you should be able to use BT4.



    Yes. To do this requires a persistent usb. See here:...
  13. Discussioni: msfencode ??

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    Re: msfencode ??

    Do some research on how antivirus's detect "virus's", also visit Metasploit Unleashed - Mastering the Framework Should answer your questions.
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    Re: Problem with RT2870 network card

    Yeah i was looking at buying a RT2780 card. But after a bit of digging i decided against it because of how badly supported it is on Linux. Check this thread though, He says hes got it working, maybe...
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    Re: How To Crack Da WEP?

    I was reading up on your wordlist thread in the old forums the other day. Theres some good work youve put together, Thanks. I have to ask though. Why BT2? I recognize that your very used to it, and...
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    Re: I'm not sure the BT4 is suitable for me

    I started off with Ubuntu 6.10 back in 2006. Its all a bit frightening at first. Especially if your used to windows. Especially if your using Windows 7 where everything is handed to you on a silver...
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    Nexpose Postgresql error

    Hello.

    When starting Nexpose (cd to dir, ./nsc.sh) I get this postgresql error:


    DaemonMgr 5/2/10 10:11 AM: Starting WebServer
    NSC 5/2/10 10:11 AM: Web server subsystem initialized...
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    Re: Not all WLAN detected by airodump-ng

    That depends on whether the AP your looking for is on channel 6. He could already know what channel its on. And to be fair, For your average wireless router, channel 6 is the most common. However. If...
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    Re: [Video] How to: Snifff SSL / HTTPS (sslstrip)

    As tempting as it may be to try arpspoofing your school network, You should first realize that its illegal to do without explicit consent from your school (Which i doubt they will give) and that we...
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    Re: WPA cracking probelm

    The Aircrack suite may be a better option for starting out than going straight to using cowpatty, there is extensive documentation on the aircrack-ng website (Google) about how to go about this, and...
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    Re: Firewall penetration testing

    No need to be terribly cynical. I can see why everybody sighs and proceeds to hate on whoever posts these Oh So Imaginative stories. But there is a limit to how far you can take this before the mods...
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    Re: One persons journey with Back Track

    These posts are excellent. Recently iv been taking a few of these steps myself. And this topic has been a great guide for some reading material I may want to look into. I noticed that these are from...
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    Re: How-to: Change default desktop directories

    Thanks for this. Iv been putting off figuring out how to do this (/Google it) you just made it a whole lot easier.
  24. Re: The Social Engineering Toolkit: Creating Fake Web Sites to Own Boxes

    To extend on what Archangel-Amael said. This attack does not point the victim when they go to the website you have made a copy of to the payload (or an SET created one, or a custom one depending on...
  25. Discussioni: Russian file name

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    Re: Russian file name

    I think what he means is that the file names ??????????? are unsupported characters. Russian if the title is correct. In which case you can download Language packs using the Synaptic Package Manager...
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