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    Re: What can Windows do that Linux can't?

    HAHAHAAHAH. P.S. I still love Ubuntu...but, that is funny..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Did I help phish myself?

    Interesting how they were able to possess the last four digits. I wonder if this is just a random number. If not, then I wonder if someone compromised your bank/credit card company and was able to...
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    Re: What can Windows do that Linux can't?

    Ubuntu is the same way. Come on. I installed 10.04 from and I had to install a bunch of updates. Stop it....

    Nvidia drivers didn't work with Ubuntu. It massively crashed my Ubuntu install.

    I...
  4. Thread: Metasploit?

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    [SOLVED] Re: Metasploit?

    To save yourself headache. Try to always read all available information. You would think that asking questions would resolve something but in general software is multi-tier in design. Especially in...
  5. Thread: Metasploit?

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    [SOLVED] Re: Metasploit?

    Makes sense. That seems to be a good way to learn. His question was overly simple and yes, he could have done a simple http://metasploit.com and received all his answers.

    I agree with you. I...
  6. Thread: Metasploit?

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    [SOLVED] Re: Metasploit?

    Maybe he wants to interact with the community. I wouldn't question the motives. The internet is about helping people and sharing information. I love how every main stream forum has post nazis.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Metasploit?

    wish i could answer that. I played around with MetaSpl01t but haven't started learning Python to write my own exploits. Gotta learn how to read ASM fluently first. BOOM!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Metasploit?

    Give this a try:

    http://www.metasploit.com/redmine/projects/framework/wiki/UserGuide


    This link is bomb-diggity...W0rd up!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Hacked - Ethernet no longer working

    HAHA. Must be
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    [all variants] Re: Is this stronger than AES-256?

    It seems Ulysses is trying to stir emotions to gain insight into a bigger picture of things.. What that is, only he/she knows..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Hacked - Ethernet no longer working

    That link didn't work for me.. Is the one below to the same page? I went and searched myself and grabbed this link

    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/search.php?searchid=4091424
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Hacked - Ethernet no longer working

    What is MohFill?

    Is that a Medal of Honor patch?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server Hacked - Ethernet no longer working

    98.199.18.7 - - [19/May/2010:23:17:45 -0500] "SEARCH...
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    Re: What can Windows do that Linux can't?

    One good thing about Windows is their API and development. It's more central. In Linux, you have applications that use 10 different dependencies most of which you've never heard of and quite...
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    Re: What can Windows do that Linux can't?

    Windows 7 is just over all better then Ubuntu 10.4, period.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alienware M15X Webcam Issues

    Thank you.

    I haven't received my Alienware, yet. I just figured I would ask questions since I'm sure I'll have problems. Thank you. I'll check on this once my Alienware arrives..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Port 8080 Virus

    It looks like the embedded functions simply return interpretations from encoded strings. The little I looked at it I can see that it connects to a server at an address of
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    [ubuntu] Re: Port 8080 Virus

    Check your ssh logs and or web server logs for attempts into your system. Also, if your not sure, run an nmap scan on your system from another location; to see which ports are open. If you've been...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alienware M15X Webcam Issues

    I'm curious to how you got it working in the first place. What are your tech specs for your Alienware? Did the cam and mic "out of the box" after Ubuntu install?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alienware M15X Webcam Issues

    How did you get it work? I'm waiting for my Alienware m15x..I'm sure i'm gonna have to try and put all these fixes in manually also.

    Thank you
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    Re: Howto: Easy FTP with vsftpd

    I see one item of concern. Maybe two...

    1. You have SSL enabled. If you have this type of connection then you have to supply that to using your ftp program. Doing a simple ftp o 127.0.0.1 to...
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    Re: Howto: Easy FTP with vsftpd

    What type of error msgs are you receiving? What ftp client are you using to connect to vsftpd?

    Did you check your log files for errors? If so, what do they say about the connection attempt?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Postfix Will Receive but NOT Send Mail

    I had the very same problem. It ended up being how outlook is trying to connect to your server. It uses a connection method that is unknown to postfix. Try using another mail client like...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vsftpd problem

    Sound like you need to add the following lines to your vsftpd.conf and open up the same port numbers as what you put in your config


    add

    pasv_min_port=32000
    pasv_max_port=33000

    now open...
  25. Thread: vsftpd help!

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    [ubuntu] Re: vsftpd help!

    Boy, whoever helped you on that must have been a really smart person :)
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