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  1. I just had a go at getting our custom skin working again. It is by no means perfect but at least it is something until we can look into it properly.

    (You can change skins by using the selection box at the bottom left of the page, next to the XML button)


  2. We have updated the board software to the latest version of Invision.

    Some of the new features include:

    • Integrated gallery support (we are currently working on configuring it for use by board members)
    • WYSIWYG text editor (enabled via My Controls, Board Settings.
    • Topic Rating - (Currently undergoing testing in moderators forum)
    • Integrated RSS feeds - See bottom left hand side of screen (currently enabled for General Hacking, Old Skool Phreaking, and Hacker Media) - we may change this at a later date / add other forums).

    Unfortunately our custom skin by PsypherX is not compatible with the new version, therefore it is unavailable until we are able to update it.

    If you notice any issues with the forums (broken images etc) or have any comments regarding the upgrade please post them here.


  3. You should probably also check your httpd logs, for the commands they ran / tried to run. From memory I used something like the following:

    tail -b 52428800 logsfile.log | grep "eharniy_ekibastos" > exploithits.log

    Then you should can decode the %## encoding and see what commands were passed to the php script and executed with passthru.

    I did pretty much the same analysis as you for binrev a couple of days ago :)


  4. Yep, I have it hooked up with my Asterisk server (running Asterisk CVS-HEAD-07/09/05-19:26:54). Since it took quite a while to setup / get working in the first place, (with an FXO/FSO card, D-Link MGCP box etc) and has been pretty reliable ever since I am not going to risk problems by upgrading the phones / server anytime soon if I have no reason to. From what I can see version 6 of the SIP firmware added a lot of extra features and is definitely worth the upgrade, however subsequent releases are just bug fixes.

    A good resource to check out for the 7960 is


  5. From what I have seen you can usually set the TSID on a sending fax machine (senders name / phone number) which gets printed somewhere on the header / footer of the document at the receiving machine.

    Unless the receiving machine has caller id recognition inside it, you would likely be better off changing / (spoofing) the TSID.


  6. Just listened to a panel recording from SXSW (“where the web's most creative minds share their ideas about how interactive technology will shape our future”) titled “The Future of Darknets: Can Hollywood See the Light?”.

    It was a discussion on copyrights, and features some interesting exchanges with a MPAA representative who gets complete shot down by audience members over DRM.

    The SXSW INTERACTIVE FESTIVAL brings together uber-geeks, tech entrepreneurs, and digital innovators from around the world for four days of keynote speeches, Trade Show, panels, parties and assorted evening fun. Now in its thirteenth year, this is the event where the web's most creative minds share their ideas about how interactive technology will shape our future.
    The Future of Darknets: Can Hollywood See the Light? - Monday, March 13

    Darknet pioneers and representatives from the movie and music industries square off over the new realities of digital distribution over private spaces online.

    Kori Bernards, VP Corp Comm, Motion Picture Association of America Inc

    Heather Champ Community Mgr, Flickr

    Mark Ishikawa, BayTSP

    Dave Toole, CEO, Outhink

    JD Lasica, Exec Dir, Ourmedia

    Ian Clarke, Coord, Freenet Project Inc


  7. All vulnerabilities were patched (I updated it a week or so before the whole thing happened). allowed both inbound and outbound email.

    Only a single account appears to have been spamming which I suspect was manually registered. It also appears the emails were manually send through the Squirrelmail web interface, mainly using multiple addresses in the CC field.


  8. The BT SINet site has technical information on ADSL and POTS lines among other things.

    This site contains information about BT's networks and services. The site is primarily aimed at providing technical information to equipment manufacturers in order to allow them to design equipment that is compatible with BT's networks and services.


  9. A whois shows the addresses you mentioned belong to "Columbus Network Access Point". I suggest you contact

    OrgName:    Columbus Network Access Point, Inc.

    OrgID:      CNAP

    Address:    50 W, Broad St, Suite 627

    City:      Columbus

    StateProv:  OH

    PostalCode: 43215

    Country:    US

    NetRange: -


    NetName:    COLUMBUS-NAP

    NetHandle:  NET-209-190-0-0-1

    Parent:    NET-209-0-0-0-0

    NetType:    Direct Allocation




    RegDate:    1997-12-19

    Updated:    2005-03-29

    RAbuseHandle: ABUSE861-ARIN

    RAbuseName:  Abuse Desk

    RAbusePhone:  +1-614-508-6450


    RNOCHandle: HOSTM634-ARIN

    RNOCName:  Hostmaster

    RNOCPhone:  +1-614-508-6450


    RTechHandle: HOSTM634-ARIN

    RTechName:  Hostmaster

    RTechPhone:  +1-614-508-6450


    OrgTechHandle: ZN55-ARIN

    OrgTechName:  eNET Inc.

    OrgTechPhone:  +1-614-794-5971



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