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    in your case: /dev/sd*# where * is a physical...

    in your case:
    /dev/sd*#

    where * is a physical device and # is a partition on that device.
    so;
    sda is your internal HD
    sda1 is the first partition on that drive...sda2 is the second, etc......
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    thorin has the rub of it, imho I'm a firm...

    thorin has the rub of it, imho

    I'm a firm believer that the quickest way into the network is to hack the users, not the systems. social engineering so often gets overlooked in training or...
  3. try again with specifics on hardware (make/model,...

    try again with specifics on hardware (make/model, video card, keyboard, yada yada)....
    check the HCL in the wiki, while you're at it...

    ~b
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    you mean this thing?...

    you mean this thing?
    gnome-look(dot)org/content/show.php/USplash+Theme+Fingerprint?content=93826

    both kde-look and gnome-look have splashes for GDM, bootsplash, whatever...and have tons of...
  5. broadcom wireless card... what drivers? if you...

    broadcom wireless card... what drivers? if you resorted to ndiswrapper...forget injection. hell, even if you didn't it's a crap-shoot. ( /me is NOT a fan of Broadcom ).

    also, be sure to check...
  6. :rolleyes: ok, fine. here's your get out of...

    :rolleyes: ok, fine. here's your get out of jail free card. use it wisely.

    the method that you would use to enter your BIOS varies depending on the system manufacturer, not the BIOS...
  7. you have got to be kidding me. ok, i could go...

    you have got to be kidding me.

    ok, i could go into detail about how accessing the BIOS is different depending on the manufacturer of the hardware...

    or, i could go into the fact that you have...
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    ivstools, if i remember correctly...?

    ivstools, if i remember correctly...?
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    errm. this may not be what you are trying to do,...

    errm. this may not be what you are trying to do, but i followed this:
    wiki.squid-cache(dot)org/SquidFaq/InterceptionProxy

    when i set up a transparent squid proxy...
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    backtrack(dot)offensive-security(dot)com/index.php...

    backtrack(dot)offensive-security(dot)com/index.php/HCL:Laptops#Pavilion
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    backtrack(dot)offensive-security(dot)com/index.php...

    backtrack(dot)offensive-security(dot)com/index.php/HCL:Wireless

    ...and Broadcom is pathetic.
  12. go into your BIOS and check to see if there are...

    go into your BIOS and check to see if there are other devices that you can enable for your boot order.
  13. ok, here is the part where i explain exactly how...

    ok, here is the part where i explain exactly how i have been an idiot.

    First, here is the correct syntax:



    ngrep -q -t MX -I <lpc file>


    or, i could specify the "-i" switch to be...
  14. ok, so i am totally not understanding something...

    ok, so i am totally not understanding something here. from the manpages and online searches that i've done, this should work...but it isn't. I have no doubt that i've just totally misunderstood...
  15. yeh... i wasn't really sure how being...

    yeh... i wasn't really sure how being case-sensitive would screw me, but when you ask for help, try the help offered, right?
    ;)

    i've tried specifying the adapter before, didn't really help either...
  16. right!

    thorin is absolutely correct and i was a fat-finger that typed before engaging my brain. my bad. thanks for pointing that out. ;)

    i'll lose the -i and give that a go, thanks for the heads up,...
  17. gotcha..

    righto.

    i figured the 'general it' would be the best place to ask about the usage of a tool that is included in backtrack, but wasn't really sure about the newbie area.... thanks for leaving it.
    ...
  18. Proper regex syntax for ngrep to locate MX requests?

    greetings to all...

    first post, so i'm a bit limited in which forum i can post in right now, sorry for not dropping this in the "general it" forum.

    the issue is this;
    i have a client that...
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