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  1. Dude. The Wolfman totally remembers that site. It had a ton of Videos, some of which The Wolfman downloaded. I've searched through my 1200 bookmarks, but found nothing. I've also done some google searching but didn't come up with the mother-load. Although you can find some sites that have *some* videos. http://hackaday.com/2008/06/25/hacker-conference-videos/ I'm guessing the site is no longer around. The Wolfman used to run a similar site that was simply feeding people files through an FTP and HTTP interface. It only lasted about 1 months before The Wolfman's ISP shut me down.
  2. The Wolfman is running the USB version of BT3 on my older Asus EEE 701 (the original). The Wolfman is also able to inject packets no problem using the Wifi drivers provided with the distro. I could be wrong, but I seem to recall the BT3 distro being delayed because they wanted to ensure everything was compatible to the new Asus EEE's which where just coming out on the market. If this is still true, BT4 may be very comptable to the Asus EEE series netbooks.
  3. can't get over his spelling in his last status update....WTF!?!

  4. Ouch! H.D. Moore announced last night that he has sold Metasploit to a Rapid7 (http://www.rapid7.com). Here is the official announcement: http://www.rapid7.com/metasploit-announcement.jsp I wonder what this means for the Metaspoit project?
  5. The Wolfman couldn't find anything from the ophcrack website, but according to Midnight Research: http://midnightresearch.com/wiki/index.php/Ophcrack
  6. The Wolfman uses rainbow tables when he has lost a password. You can use Ophtcrack for such things as recovering your Vista password. http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/
  7. Check out Lucky225 teaching Paris Hilton a lesson. http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/03/a...-helpful-h.html If the Wolfman has the opportunity to talk to Paris, the conversation would go something like this: Yea!!
  8. The Wolfman has been searching for technical rich podcasts for a while now. I've come up with nothing. I do recommend Hacker Public Radio though. Although not all the episodes cover technical information, they are still very fun to listen to and still very informative. http://www.hackerpublicradio.org
  9. That's funny. A long time ago I made a site called HackOttawa.tk (when the .tk domains were free.) It actually took off for a few months but eventually went state. Good luck on your site bro!
  10. *The Wolfman scratches his furry head* Say what bro?
  11. Dee, You may want to consider openBSD if you are looking for a secure platform. According to their website, they take security very seriously. http://www.openbsd.org/security.html I believe they are also the most secure BSD version out there....
  12. I think he removed it for legal reasons....
  13. Glad someone got it
  14. LOL! Howlarious hexahubris..... The Wolfman doesn't understand The BSDfan. Dude...The Hilarious House of Frieghtenstein Rocks! LOL Alk3. This is very true indeed.
  15. VI can be a pain in the ass. The Woflman works on a system where I am not allowed to install extra apps. I'm forced to use the old VI. (Elvis Editor). Man, its blows goats.... To make the simplest changes requiers an ESC, then a x or d or e, then an ESC....It's madness!!