sub_zenith

Members
  • Content count

    145
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

-1 Noobie

About sub_zenith

  • Rank
    mad 1337

Contact Methods

  • AIM
    rickdias5615
  • Website URL
    http://
  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Location
    701
  1. It's more likely that the machine sends out DHCP requests when it is starting up. Since CDP is a proprietary protocol, it is unlikely that the manufacturer of the vending machine would add CDP support. CDP is used more for sharing information between routers and switches. I would get a laptop with 2 ethernet interfaces, put it between the vending machine and the network, restart the vending machine, and do bridged sniffing with ettercap. That should tell you all you need to know about it. Hopefully they've set up some kind of encrypted tunnel between the vending machines and the server, but I wouldn't be suprised if the account info was going out in plaintext. Absolutely. I'm up for it.
  2. LURK MOA...LESS.

  3. ssh

    http://www.google.com/search?q=mindterm&am...lient=firefox-a He's refering to "Mindterm", which is a java ssh client. 1337hAxOr: An SSH client has nothing to do with blocking websites. You should probably read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSH
  4. MYSPACE COMMENT

    LOLOLOL!

  5. 1. From the DOS/Win9x days (only effective in 9x if you fullscreen the dos window) copy con haxor.bat ctty nul cls ^Z This sets the input device to null (locking out keyboard input) and clears the screen. Just type "haxor" to start it. I'm not sure if this will work on the Command Prompt on NT derivatives 2. Set their homepage to a last measure mirror, such as http://lolbinrev.on.nimp.org (NOT SAFE FOR ANYWHERE). Better yet, do it on a display computer in a public place. For ultimate lulz, mirror last measure, put it on a flash drive, copy it to a shitload of public display computers, and set up timers so all the computers start it up at once. Picture it, every display computer in best buy gets taken over by a delicious combo of goatse, tubgirl, etc. 3. Floppy Disk Bombs (Can anyone confirm that this actually works, I'm too lazy to put one together) That's all I can think of off the top of my head.
  6. It's asking which user interface (Text mode, ncurses mode, or graphics mode) you want to use. Try ettercap -i "\Device\NPF_{XXXXXX-77F0-4A4E-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXX}" -T for text mode, -G for graphics mode, -C for ncurses mode.
  7. I wouldn't run 10.4 with less than 256MB of RAM. I'd probably switch to 10.3, since that still supports the Rev. A iMac and takes up a bit less RAM, but 96MB is still pretty bad (bare minimum requirement IIRC). Also, the hard disk is probably a bit too small for doing any development work. I run 10.3 on my 400mhz iMac G3 with 256 MB of RAM, and its still pretty slow sometimes. OS X is a massive resouce hog, so I'd probably stick to linux, OS 9 (as much as it sucks), or maybe an early version of OS X.
  8. If you know how to use ettercap, you can probably use it to steal his AIM password, then log in later from another computer and send nasty messages to everyone in his buddy list. I'd just go with DBANing his computer though, or better yet, steal his hard drive and anything else worth taking, then unsolder a few random parts from his motherboard.
  9. If I recall correctly, it goes something like this. 1. Break into the room where the domain controller is. <- hard part 2. Boot up (insert linux livecd of your choice here) and grab the SAM file <- easy part 3. Take it home and crack it <- really fucking time consuming part
  10. Which model of powerbook is it? (or do you mean the *ACTUAL* Macintosh Portable, the 17 pound one) What version of Mac OS are you running? Does it crash when running a specific program? "this piece of crap keep crashing any suggestions" isn't much to go on.
  11. Camino FTW http://www.caminobrowser.org/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camino
  12. Try /var/log/apache/access_log (or wherever its stored on win32)
  13. Sendmail Qmail Exim
  14. http://objectiveministries.org/creation/propaganda.html Wow, just wow