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    Depends on what you're looking for. If you want...

    Depends on what you're looking for. If you want small and cheap, you can get 12-14dBi cantennas, or if you've got the money and you don't mind the size, you can get 16-36dBi(with 24dBi being the most...
  2. I really wouldn't recommend ruby off the bat...

    I really wouldn't recommend ruby off the bat though, because you aren't going to be writing any metasploit plugins before you can understand what's actually going on in an exploit. Yeah, metasploit's...
  3. Not really. Ruby is like the new Java, the new...

    Not really. Ruby is like the new Java, the new fad language. Everyone's doing it, so it must be great!!!

    It's really not. It's slow, there's not actually that many ruby devs out there, and you're...
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    netdiscover PS: ettercap to find the gw,...

    netdiscover

    PS: ettercap to find the gw, wireshark to look for DNS requests. wireshark makes netdiscover redundant.
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    I'm from the internets, good sir. I'm...

    I'm from the internets, good sir.


    I'm talking PacketCable(DOCSIS, HFC infastructure) where as the link provided is talking about DSLAM infrastructure. While DSLAM served IPTV(not actually any...
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    DOCSIS was broken, wasn't it? PS: But, BPI+...

    DOCSIS was broken, wasn't it?


    PS: But, BPI+ does *sort* of "fix" it(not that you can't downgrade to 1.1 with "CM/NonVol/CM DOCSIS NonVol/bpi_verison", although I can read BPI certs off modems...
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    In quotes because I haven't posted enough to do...

    In quotes because I haven't posted enough to do URLs:







    PS: Learn DOCSIS. Grab an uncapped cable modem and play with it, it's good to toy with. Noise around the water cooler is that a...
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    I thought I'd point out a few things, one is that...

    I thought I'd point out a few things, one is that it sort of sounds like I'm suggesting that desktop PSUs aren't using transistors to turn off - they are. Some use relays or physical switches that...
  9. Can you still post the results of "dmesg | grep...

    Can you still post the results of "dmesg | grep rtl8187"?
  10. Can you guys post a "dmesg | grep rtl8187" with...

    Can you guys post a "dmesg | grep rtl8187" with your posts? It appears there's different versions of the rtl8187 radios. I own an awus036h, and I love it. Works almost perfectly without toying with...
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    I remember seeing a RedCobra in the nicklist,...

    I remember seeing a RedCobra in the nicklist, kicking you repeatedly for laughs, but not much more than that :D

    Funny how people bump into eachother though :)
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    So, introduction

    I'm not new to some of you, but to others I am, so, an introduction. I'm Shadow, a few of you know me from the isoHunt IRC channel, I'm the Shadow that was around unixgods when the chan was still +s...
  13. Discussioni: Dos attack

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    ettercap does have a DoS plugin, arch. On...

    ettercap does have a DoS plugin, arch.


    On the topic of DoS I released a public PoC for DNS Recursion attacks awhile back

    milw0rm.com/exploits/4560

    There's a C port by CtrlAltCA too, google...
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    [Tutorial] Memory Remanence Attack

    This is a tutorial for implimenting a memory remanence attack via LiveUSB, with a long explanation beforehand. It'd be posted in the tutorials section, but my account is new and I'm too lazy to come...
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