FlamingFox

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About FlamingFox

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  • Birthday 08/09/1991

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  1. http://code.google.com/chromium/ If you don't trust them, then check the source code, and build from source. I'll have to look into it, however I still have an innate distrust of Go0gle.
  2. I just don't trust G00gle enough to switch or even try Chr0me.
  3. Totally OT, but tekio is that Razor mouse/keyboard software you're running there?
  4. Email me if you want:

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  5. Your first definition is what I mean. Can I sniff using such software even when the I.P is on a different gateway. I.E. 192.168.1.128 sniffing 192.168.15.144's traffic?
  6. is resisting the NWO!

  7. http://www.freerainbowtables.com/en/hashcracking/ ?
  8. I must resist...
  9. Awesome pix0r.
  10. Hey guys, I don't currently have a wireless card in my desktop. However, my router, which I am hard-wired to, is wireless. Is there a way to sniff packets wirelessly through this router? I'm not to into the idea of using proggies like tcpdump onto the router itself, even though the router is running dd-wrt. So, can I accomplish wireless packet sniffing through my wireless router using software, such as wireshark, on my desktop computer? Thanks in advance, FF
  11. When I first delved into Linux I used Ubuntu installed side-by-side on the same partition as Windows. It was quite a challenge a first, but I learned to like it. Now I use Backtrack 4 for my eh... security activities. So I'd suggest Ubuntu to start. It's pretty easy to find help and support when using Ubuntu as they have a really large community. Check it out: http://www.ubuntu.com/
  12. I learned via books and the internet. With the dawn of express editions, however, that's when I really started to seriously learn.
  13. I doubt it's what you're looking for, but there is something called a monitor switch. You can hook multiple computer to the switch via usb2.0(I think, may be totally wrong?) and then hook the switch up to the monitor. You can control all four with one monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc. Rather expensive though. Here are some links: http://www.nextag.com/Trendnet-TK-207K-2-500175374/prices-html?nxtg=6d890a240522-BA40F361E4EF1C8F http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3438368&CatId=202 http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp&q=monitor+switch Btw, I do not endorse any of these specifically.
  14. Thanks for the reply. Can a type of van Eck phreaking be accomplished without the need to purchase any external hardware? Perhaps a wifi solution?
  15. Hey Guys, Is remote screen capture possible without a server application? Thanks, P.S. Happy New year