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    Re: Tcpdump writes 0 bytes

    Well I managed to figure what the problem was. As it turns out, tcpdump was using the wrong permissions. Needed to use the -Z option!
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    Re: Paranoia dual-boot question

    cariboo907Why do you suggest using a bsd over linux if a user wants to be really paranoid/secure?
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    Tcpdump writes 0 bytes

    At work we have setup a sniffer, on a Cent-OS machine. It seems to caputure and write pcap files fine.However if tcpdump is ran on the pcap file and set to write a new filtered pcap, it writes a 0...
  4. Re: strange network behavior whilst using nmap

    It is possible that your router is dropping packets due to it's ram being filled.

    If the Nmap is running on wireless it is probably collisions in the wifi signal.
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    Re: Anyone use 1DollarScan

    Sounds cool, but poor Books!
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    Re: Bash: Missing `]'

    Whoops never mind just saw what was wrong



    if [ "${Array[$xSrcIP]}" == "$SrcIP" ] && [ "${Array[$yDstIP]}" == "$DstIP" ] ;then
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    Bash: Missing `]'

    Does anyone see what is wrong with this line of code? I have no idea what is wrong.


    if [ ${Array[$xSrcIP]} == "$SrcIP" && ${Array[$yDstIP]} == "$DstIP" ] ;then



    The normal issue is missing...
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    [other] Re: Behavior of nslookup

    Thank you for the help.
  9. Thread: paranoid

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    Re: paranoid

    If you are worried
    step #1 search for named package, make sure it wasn't installed
    step #2 view source code, look for anything suspicious (if you don't understand it make this step #3 and insert...
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    [other] Behavior of nslookup

    So I was playing with nslookup on some bogus addresses, for a script.
    and I ended up getting some unexpected behavior.


    IP="192.168.1.1"
    nslookup $IP


    The IP used in the NXDOMAIN field is...
  11. Re: Shell Scripting: Insert characters at select point in line

    Thanks for the help, I'll have to try it out.
  12. Shell Scripting: Insert characters at select point in line

    I have been writing a script which collects information and then formats it in a CSV format.

    I need to know how to insert a few characters after a specified column in a line. Something that to my...
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    Re: Is cygwin any good?

    I use cygwin on windows on occasion, though only command tools, none of the non-sense gui stuff (because native windows apps are more stable than cygwin dependent stuff imo).
    look at source forge...
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    Re: best way to wipe a drive

    hmm i'll add another vote for DBAN. Burn a cd, boot click enter* YAY!

    (well almost)
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    [lubuntu] Re: Having a very difficult time with MTP on Lubuntu

    That's actually pretty interesting, mounting the drive to the users home without the allow_other option.
    I had no luck with using nautilus, but if it is working for you that's Great! Out of...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Having a very difficult time with MTP on Lubuntu

    There seem to be some bugs with using MTP on Linux. You might want to check into what dargaud talked about.

    When using this method on my Android device I run into some weird errors, like it will...
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    Re: Are you a thread killer?

    Nope!

    You are not a Thread Killer!
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    Re: Buggy chrome youtube flash

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    yzuser Ninja Posted on me!
    I'm guessing what you just did was disable the builtin flash from chrome
    and are using the system flashplayer
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    um Yikes!
    I'm not sure there is...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Having a very difficult time with MTP on Lubuntu

    I've been having problems with mtp too, not quite ready for linux.
    I've included some useful instructions below the Manual Mounting section.


    If you don't mind a little command line you can...
  20. [xubuntu] Re: do I need rkhunter for Linux-specific malware, or is Avast! Antivirus already oka

    I agree with what you are saying.

    I was not referencing the prior posted link but a fact about many antivirus software, Some AV products don't find certain types of malware not because of...
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    Re: Are you a thread killer?

    Zombie thread? This is it, The Walking Dead!
  22. [xubuntu] Re: do I need rkhunter for Linux-specific malware, or is Avast! Antivirus already oka

    Anti-virus software will generally cover Virus's and Worms. The rest of malware is not always looked for by anti-virus products.
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    [lubuntu] Re: Add sudo to default guest account

    I say dangerous assuming that by guest you do not mean restricted user account, but an account that would be used by guests.

    By giving a guest account the ability to become the Super User, it...
  24. [xubuntu] Re: do I need rkhunter for Linux-specific malware, or is Avast! Antivirus already oka

    That is a correct definition. Malware can be any program or code that is considered bad.

    Virus's, Worms, Exploits, Spyware, Adware, Rootkits, are all specific types of Malware.
  25. [xubuntu] Re: do I need rkhunter for Linux-specific malware, or is Avast! Antivirus already oka

    What he (I assume is a he) eloquently said :)
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