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    I broke 10 posts and all I got was this lousy title!
  1. This may sound like a noob question, but it's an idea that I have that I want to implement. Here's what I want to do: Let's say I have a computer located in, say, California (computer A). Now, let's also say I have another computer located in New York (computer B ). Both computers are connected to the Internet. What I want to do is write a small application that would run on computer A and would act as a simple packet sniffer that would send a copy of all the raw sent/received packets over to computer B via TCP/IP, while computer A's packets are still sent and received to and from their intended destinations. Once computer B receives computer A's packets, I would then either sniff them on-the-fly with WireShark, or write them to a capture file. So basically it would be a client/server model type of thing. Is what I described possible to do?
  2. Does the Government and/or financial institutions keep a record of the serial numbers of the money that's placed inside ATMs?
  3. I second that. Everyone expects everything to be handed over to them freely.
  4. I remember reading once that it's possible to store any type of data onto a standard blank audio cassette tape. I did a Google search but couldn't find any relevant info. How is this done?
  5. dude what is there to be so paranoid about?
  6. I'm still kind of new to electronics, but I had an idea to build a device about the size of a pack of gum that will connect to a phone line and log all DTMF to memory. I want the device to be able to connect via a PC's USB or serial port to dump the DTMF in memory as a stream of digits. How hard do you think it would be to build one of these? How would I decode the DTMF?
  7. I need to compile a list of at least 5000 unique usernames, but I'm not sure how to go about doing this. Where could I get a huge list of usernames from? Forums is one method, but are there any other good ways? It doesn't matter where they come from.
  8. How can you find out what type of HTTP server a remote host is running? I tried a whois, but I didn't get the information I was looking for.
  9. No offense to doug, but I prefer the days when decoder was the one calling the shots for Default Radio. The show was always as scheduled and the public was kept informed of what was going on.
  10. If Tor is so anonynmous, then how come some websites (such as Wikipedia) can tell that I am connecting from a Tor node? Tor should design their network so that remote hosts cannot distiguish Tor from a normal computer connecting.
  11. unity, natas; check your PMs!
  12. Looks like it's an interesting system. It appears to require no logon - it just drops to the prompt. If you want, I can PM you the number so you can see for yourself.
  13. so I'm hand scanning this 800 exchange and I found what I believe is a COSMOS computer! Here's what it outputs when I connect: CONNECT 1200 WC% Think it's a COSMOS? Why would a COSMOS be on a toll free exchange? What can I do with it?
  14. After listening to ep 200, I guess this leaves little hope for new episodes of Default Radio with the original lineup. I am so disillusioned right now
  15. I've been reading about Cisco's IOS software which drives their routers and I learned that there is a 'telnet' command. What I am trying to find out is, can I actually telnet to any system on the Internet using the 'telnet' command via the Cisco router, or is the telnet command only limited to connecting to other Cisco devices? For example, can I issue the command: telnet somehostname.net 666 and expect the Cisco router to connect to that host?