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Re: Another help thread

If you want to be taken seriously in the infosec world, you're going to need to know how to write C programs which utilize the POSIX socket APIs. Get your feet wet with a few introductory C programs (how to write which you should be able to find on the web) and then delve deeply into http://beej...
by Rijnzael
on Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:44 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Another help thread
Comments: 2
Views: 5696

Re: Roommate stole christmas present!

If all roommates are connecting using equipment you own via wifi, you're probably in the clear to do this. Still, it's stupid. If one of your roommates stole it, that sucks, but it's not worth punishing your other roommates over. If it was truly stolen, you've now learned that you can't trust your p...
by Rijnzael
on Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:38 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Roommate stole christmas present!
Comments: 5
Views: 9946

Re: nmap - strange scan results

you use OpenDNS as your nameserver, and when nmap tries to get the PTR record for xxx.xxx.236.10.in-addr.arpa (the FQDN of IP addresses when attempting to get an A or CNAME record pointer to them), OpenDNS responds with the name hit-nxdomain.opendns.com as the A record corresponding to 10.236.xxx.xx...
by Rijnzael
on Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:21 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: nmap - strange scan results
Comments: 2
Views: 14418

Re: Need info on getting in to my own computers [ test ]

If you want to to RDP into a machine that's inside some sort of border firewall, you might try SSH tunneling through an available server that's accessible from outside the network perimeter. This how I access my workstation. >ssh -L 6666:a.b.c.d:3389 shell.server.net doing this will forward port ...
by Rijnzael
on Fri Jul 08, 2011 7:23 pm
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: Need info on getting in to my own computers [ test ]
Comments: 5
Views: 5872

Re: How to notify someone of a vulnerability.

If you find a security vulnerability in a system without having been asked to, you're generally opening yourself up to liability. You never know when you're going to hurt someone's fragile ego by finding an issue in their code. If you want to be a white hat, get hired to a security consultancy or th...
by Rijnzael
on Fri Jul 08, 2011 7:19 pm
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: How to notify someone of a vulnerability.
Comments: 5
Views: 6156

Re: This is pull, one of the old-school devs.

The Boulder shelter system is extremely well developed. Life happens, shit happens, and the system provides ways for coping. Join many of the millions of Americans suffering through this economy in a shelter. You can also just hole up in your dwelling and require the land lord begin eviction proceed...
by Rijnzael
on Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:10 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: This is pull, one of the old-school devs.
Comments: 40
Views: 20812

Re: Modifying or Replacing an incoming packet?

Your post is not very clear. You give a description of what you *think* you want to be done; not what you hope the end result will be. What exactly is it you intend to accomplish?
by Rijnzael
on Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:39 pm
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Modifying or Replacing an incoming packet?
Comments: 6
Views: 8502

Re: C++ Sockets Tutorial?

Also, Beej's Guide to Network Programming is very informative and thorough. ^this is what I used to learn sockets back when and I have to say it's one of the most approachable, well written, and technically adequate tutorials I've ever read on the topic, at least for the subject matter it covers.
by Rijnzael
on Sat Apr 04, 2009 4:17 pm
 
Forum: C and C++
Topic: C++ Sockets Tutorial?
Comments: 5
Views: 8935

Re: PAM login system

PAM is an authentication module framework for linux. You should look at the site in question and try to determine which pam authentication module they're using for those login credentials, and look for any vulnerabilities in their implementation of it.
by Rijnzael
on Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:41 pm
 
Forum: Web
Topic: PAM login system
Comments: 5
Views: 6017

Re: Seriously not good, put whatever we want on the homepage...

No, that's some arbitrary thing you think did it, which goes to prove that you don't need to know what you're doing to find security holes. Kudos to whoever wrote this feature and didn't think to check what kind of data was being returned :/
by Rijnzael
on Sat Oct 04, 2008 8:40 pm
 
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Seriously not good, put whatever we want on the homepage...
Comments: 4
Views: 5898
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