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  1. Re: Problem with Metasploit Postgresql and DB_autopwn (Dosent record nmap results)

    So regarding db_autopwn, is everything now manually done or is it possible to implement it back into msf 4.2? ive been trying to figure out why i was getting "unknown command: db_autopwn"
  2. Discussioni: Mantis DNS

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    Re: Mantis DNS

    This tool looks VERY promising. I'm going to test it out now and I appreciate you delivering this :)
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    Re: outfox.c - a tool for dumping firefox cache data

    Not to sound like a jerk, but why would you be using backtrack if you dont even know how to compile a c file?

    Use gcc to compile the c file and then you'll have an executable(elf binary). Good...
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    Thank you so much for all of these articles. They have become an invaluable resource for me since
    I haven't messed around thoroughly with each tool. This tools works just like it should :)
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    Re: [Video] De-ICE.net v1.1 (1.100) {Level 1 - Disk 2}

    Nice work, I'm going to have a go at one of the disks once I get it downloaded.

    Where are those wordlists you found?
  6. Re: Backtrack 4 - Updating the database Fingerprint (fingerprints) Nmap 5.0

    Great script thanks :)
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    Still can't figure out this issue although I...

    Still can't figure out this issue although I don't think it's a pcap issue anymore. I'm assuming that in one of the source files that there isn't a definition for the ath0 interface which is why it...
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    Did you ever look at the stickys? You should....

    Did you ever look at the stickys? You should. Backtrack is like any other linux distro and a little knowledge about it could really help you out. eth0 is mainly for ethernet not wireless devices.
    ...
  9. Discussioni: Finding IP addresses

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    Read the book Network Security Assessment and...

    Read the book Network Security Assessment and it'll give you some better tips on howto penetrate a network.

    If it's a smaller business and they don't have a website, then do some google queries...
  10. Don't expect to get much help on this one. Show...

    Don't expect to get much help on this one. Show the output of your input command and maybe it might be easier than just seeing the memory map of theprograms flow.
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    Check to see what exploit it's trying to run. Is...

    Check to see what exploit it's trying to run. Is the server vulnerable to that exploit? It could be trying a bunch of different offsets if the target is vulnerable or maybe the exploit code has a...
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    fragroute: libpcap interface errors

    Lately I've been having some trouble with libpcap. When I try running programs such as lsrscan or fragroute it gives me an error such as:

    lsrscan: pcap_lookupnet failed: wifi0: no IPv4 address...
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    I like the new menu. It looks like the KDE one...

    I like the new menu. It looks like the KDE one with all the tools. I had already started creating my own but i'll definitely use this one.

    Btw...fluxbox rocks
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    Don't use Wireless Assistant just do it through...

    Don't use Wireless Assistant just do it through the command line. Use wpa_passphrase <ssid> <passphrase> to generate a key and then setup your wpa_supplicant.conf file to use that newly generated...
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