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  1. If you want to keep track of multiple folders you've been through, try pushd / popd. You basically get a 'directory stack' to push and pop from at your heart's desire.
  2. You can't. But it doesn't matter. Actions speak louder than words, and while set-ups are sure to happen, the conflict is between Anon and the CoS. The media isn't quite likely to get it, as aren't the masses, but again that's not all that important. As long as the CoS shakes, no matter what they try to do to make Anon look bad, Anon is still winning, getting closer to their goal. At least they way I'm seeing it.
  3. For all intents and purposes, the flaw that got the Mac pwnt could have allegedly been used against the Windows machine as well. If that were done, and both fell in a minute each... and the Mac still was the first to be taken up... guess what, haters will still say the Mac got pwnt first blah blah. There are sufficiently many reasons for which Apple might want to beef up the security team, and I've gone on soapboax diatribes about it on my blog enough, so I agree they should be 'scared' into it. But yes, it is not a security statistic as much as it is a hype device (not much unlike the RDF)
  4. Haiku is being developed to 'replace' and continue BeOS. There's also ReactOS though I suppose it's nothing new... nor something quite 'obscure'
  5. Not to be a fanboi here but the exploit for the Mac had been worked on 3 weeks before CSW. The exploiter said so himself: http://www.securityfocus.com/brief/711?ref=rss Not to say that's not cool, but damn, all the haters are now saying it took less than a minute to own the Mac.
  6. If the hashes are unsalted, Google could also help you find the plaintext, as has been previously demonstrated. If they are salted and you don't know the salt mechanism I fear even RTs won't be all too useful.
  7. Project Pwnage is due for release this week with included iPod Touch support. I suppose there will be custom firmwares with all the apps included available via BitTorrent. I'd wait a day or so. I think Ziphone also has some limited support for the Touch but I'm not certain.
  8. You know what, I'll give it a shot. gloomer tried to get me to go to the last one but it didn't work out, but this Friday I've cleared my schedule, so short of something Very Badâ„¢ happening, I should be there. Quiet and lurking, I bet, but I will.
  9. Yes. No. Depends on what you understand by faster. My experience was that it did run faster in most cases (though I found little to no reason to compile Firefox or Open Office from source) though if you need to dedicate time to emerging and nothing else, the average of the two will make it not much faster than, say, Arch. On the other hand, I learnt the most about Linux from my 2 years with Gentoo. So, again, depends what you are looking for.
  10. I would too, if I had the cash. Since I'm a security enthusiast and not a 'professional', it's an expense I can't justify. Hope you enjoy our city!
  11. It might not be too easy to do. From my own bad experiences I'd say you should count on recovering the files, then maybe make a script to create the proper file names from the ID3 tags and sort them that way (there are libraries for most languages to read in ID3 tags, depends on what you're comfortable with; I'd venture guessing that something already exists to do this).
  12. There are a lot of script kiddies that moved a step up from their mother's Windows machine and SubSeven and want to try Linux to be true hackers (or so they think). Using BackTrack if you have no idea what's it about means you are very lame. I'm still curious why people that can't burn an ISO want to use BackTrack. Just QUIT, you mothers...
  13. We must go and take over with our superior numbers Turn it into the Van BinRev meeting...
  14. insecure.org houses many things, among them being mailing lists. The name pretty much says what they are. If you find them useless when compared to forums or newsgroups, think that more people have e-mail addresses than anything else when it comes to online presence. They are far more convenient for many when it comes to rapid communications. They are also historical for many. You could ask the same about USENET if you wanted too...
  15. If you don't mind changing services you could do the same with twitxr (not twitter, though you can splice your twitxr into twitter) or I believe tumblr as well. That feed could also go on your WordPress feed/blog if you'd like. This is basically micro-blogging, to use a buzzword.