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    Re: HOw to upgrade to the latest kernel

    What about recompiling the current kernel? I've been told that compiling your kernel specifically for your processor will result in a performance gain, which interests me. I'm competent enough to...
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    Re: Whats the correct answer for user name?

    I use a non-privileged user for normal day to day use and su - when I need to use tools that require root. However, this is only because I have a very small harddrive (40gigs) and don't feel like...
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    Re: Fix for my fan on Dell XPSm140

    How long were you running with no fan?

    0_0
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    Re: Sickness - Getting hashes with Metasploit.

    Keep it up man, these are great.

    I will give this a shot later tonight I think. Is it possible to embed an OSX exploit into the pdf as well? My windows target is out of commission until I scrap...
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    Re: Sickness - Password Sniffing with SSLStrip.

    *original post censored to protect the stupid (i.e., me)*

    /lasteditipromise Lol, stupid. I had --to-ports instead of --to-port. Works now.

    Couple of questions: Any tips for grepping the...
  6. Re: Can Someone teach to "crack" wep/wpa/wpa or whatever?

    ...wha?...

    I have no idea what you're trying to ask. What "data" are you referring to? And fyi, there are over 9000 tutorials and video walkthroughs for cracking wep/wpa/wpa or whatever (?). ...
  7. Discussioni: Nmap trouble

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    Re: Nmap trouble

    If your wifi chip is in monitor mode, then it would make a lot of sense that Nmap would fail to determine a route to 192.168.1.1. Put card back into managed mode and connect to the router and nmap...
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    Re: BackTrack 4 Persistent on Ipod 5th gen 30gig

    Google for "boot iPod as USB drive" or something similar. There's a trick to doing it, can't remember what it is though.

    Other than that, proceed with extreme caution. I haven't had an iPod for...
  9. Re: Accidently installed something, now BT4 looks like Ubuntu

    Yep. You may be able to remove whatever Gnome-related packages and get it back the way it was, but in my experience the trouble and time involved would be greater than just popping the DVD back in...
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    Re: Installing ecryptfs in BT4.

    Thank you for this and for your help on IRC.

    I didn't need full-on HDD encryption, but wanted a safe place to dump a few "grey area"-type files and this works out perfectly for me.

    I recommend...
  11. Discussioni: Upsid Down ternet help

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    Re: Upsid Down ternet help

    I think you would be much better served just securing your wireless, to be honest. Upside-down-ternet is pretty hilarious, but it loses its appeal a bit due to the fact that you won't get to...
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    Re: Pentesting with no open ports?

    I think a lot if not most routers use some sort of embedded Linux OS. Nmap is most likely correct.

    Also you want to be really careful pentesting any network (even your own) with a live network...
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    Re: Beginner mac pentesting query...

    I don't know about current versions because I haven't paid much attention to my MacBook Pro in a while now, Gitsnick, but I think I remember shared libraries being enabled by default in the past. I...
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    Re: bootinst.bat missing? any help appreciated!

    Backtrack does not automagically boot into a graphical interface. Log in with root (passwd=toor), and run startx. If that doesn't work for you, there are many likely fixes. Google helps.

    This is...
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    Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Thanks a ton, Purehate, I was looking for something like this the other day.
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    Re: metagoofil.py: command not found

    cat README.txt

    Can also be pretty helpful from time to time. If something tells you to read it, you read it. :)
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    Re: Pirana for BT4 or an equivalent tool available ?

    There is a vmware image available for download at backtrack-linux.org --> downloads. As for your other question, you'll have to wait for someone else, because I'm not really sure. You may want to...
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    Re: Incident reponse to local attacks

    Thanks for your answers. I have a particular interest in wireless (in)security (planning on taking the Wifu course as soon as I can scrounge up the cash for it), and it seems to me that a local...
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    Incident reponse to local attacks

    I'm curious as to how network admins would respond to an internal attack. Specifically how one would go about tracking down the attacker if the attack came from within the local network. Is this...
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    Re: wireless router/signal emulation/simulation

    The device in question being a real wireless AP doesn't make it illegal. Not owning the wireless AP/not having permission to crack it is what makes it illegal.

    That said, I picked up a Linksys...
  21. Re: problem with video VGA Intel Corporation 82815 with BackTrack Live CD

    Are you using BT3? Because BT3 is Slackware based, BT4 is Ubuntu/Debian.
  22. Discussioni: wireless troubles

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    Re: wireless troubles

    Can you be more specific? Is it just not seeing your router?
  23. Discussioni: bt4 + xfce + sound

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    bt4 + xfce + sound

    Alright, I know xfce or anything else other than the dreaded KDE isn't officially supported.

    That said, I've been using BT4 with xfce for a week or so now and it has come to my attention that...
  24. Discussioni: USB detecting

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    Re: USB detecting

    For anybody else that comes to this thread looking for answers on using USB drives:

    Check permissions. I just had a similar problem last night and it turned out that for whatever reason the...
  25. Discussioni: Just wonderin..

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    Re: Just wonderin..

    FYI, spoonWEP is not in BT4. If you're learning the process, you should avoid using one of the all-in-one GUI tools anyway. Learning each step from the cmnd line using aircrack will help you...
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