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  1. Discussioni: Guymager

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    Re: Guymager

    Thanks - I found your post rather useful ;)
  2. Re: Verifying Full Disk Encryption (FDE) on a Windows laptop

    My suggestion would be to boot into BackTrack (either on the machine where the disk is installed, or on another machine to which you have attached the disk via a caddy). Start with the Photorec tool,...
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    Re: Shellcode not working

    Does your shellcode have enough room to decode? Could be you need to add some more nops at the beginning of your buffer to let it breathe, or perform some stack adjustment. Then again, I may not know...
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    Re: Howto proper GUI login and retain dragon kde icon

    I played with this a bit this afternoon, and thought I would post a few other bits I found useful.


    apt-get install kdm-kde3

    ...should indeed install the kdm server and add the...
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    Re: backtrack and oscp question/advice

    I started the course on this basis and found that it needed a much greater commitment from me. Actually it took over my life in the end! ;) That's a good thing though :D
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    Re: Pen-test of a "secured" Windows-based laptop

    Ah - my post was a bit misleading! The product we were looking at was 'PC Guardian' from GuardianEdge, now Symantec I think. I haven't looked at PointSec but thought there might be an equivalent...
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    Re: Pen-test of a "secured" Windows-based laptop

    From the data recovery angle (physical attacks) it's worth mounting the HDD in a caddy and running a couple of forensic tools at it (Photorec is really easy to use, and is included in BT4). You'd...
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    Re: rdesktop replacement?

    Krdc is good for RDP and VNC. Check it out.
  9. Discussioni: TCP Wrappers

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    TCP Wrappers

    Hello, I posted this in the OffSec PWB forum, but I don't think it's frequented that often hence no response. Apologies for the re-post if you've already come across this.

    I've been doing some...
  10. What firmware are you using on the AP? I've had...

    What firmware are you using on the AP? I've had this problem with a WRT54G running DD-WRT. It seems immune to injection.
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    Clonezilla works well

    Clonezilla works well
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    Thank you so much for that lupin. I've been...

    Thank you so much for that lupin. I've been struggling with my first SEH overwrite today and that series of blog articles looks like it will be the extra bit of 'hand-holding' i'll need.

    Cheers! :)
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    That's a nice little article. Thanks lupin :) ...

    That's a nice little article. Thanks lupin :)

    I also found a couple of the videos (webcasts) in the Offensive Security website resources section helpful with seh overflows. The apple QuickTime vid...
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    Compile with SSH then! There is at least one post...

    Compile with SSH then! There is at least one post on here with some coverage of that subject. I think there is also some info on the de-ice.net forums.
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    Hmmm, I'm pretty new to exploit development also....

    Hmmm, I'm pretty new to exploit development also. How about generating a string with the entire ascii set (omitting the null character of course). Send that in the buffer and check it out through the...
  16. Discussioni: Webgoat

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    Webgoat

    I've been struggling over the last couple of days to install the OWASP Webgoat project in Backtrack. I wanted the Web App nicely installed alongside Burp Suite on my USB stick so that I could...
  17. Discussioni: [FIX] Hydra

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    I also had to move the compiled libssh.so file...

    I also had to move the compiled libssh.so file into /usr/lib to get this working
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    Issue with boot (Assuming drive cache: write through)

    Hi guys,

    Firstly, thanks for the videos here on the site (and at offensive-security); they've been a great help. I installed 4 pre-final to an 8GB Sandisk Cruzer USB stick and all is good, except...
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