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    Lightbulb Linux Tutorial Search Engine & Database

    here is one of the biggest user friendly linux based tutorial database

    http://www.howtoforge.com/

    just check it before ask !!!

    here is the search engine

    http://www.howtofinder.com/
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Thanks for the link, and all of your projects.

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    excellent resources - maybe we should copy them to the newbie forum too?.....

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    Thanks from a noob to Linux and for everyone's help/posts here!

    INvaluable resources...

    teach

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    definitely good stuff.

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    wow that's excellent... thanks

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    top link thanks, think i'll be spending a while on this search engine!!

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    there r alot of versions ,

    what version should we start with ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemania View Post
    there r alot of versions ,

    what version should we start with ?
    Version of what? Backtrack? Start with BT2.
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    Default help lol

    I use fast-track in bt3 and ive updated everything and i use the sqlite3 option nmap ran kinda slow in the scan phase taking about 66.24 seconds and then after that it waited a while and did something liek this i cant remember the exact options


    db_autopwn -s -t -o ( or something just throwing some out there)

    then nothing for a long time... i didnt see any exploits running or anything

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