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  1. I tried but they removed it...put it in too many posts S
  2. Yeah its in need of command submissions, send those ones off to them that you tried, I am gonna do some others like ifconfig, etc. I agree google works great, but i constantly have to get newbies the exact page, etc. I think it would be useful if there were more submissions. I say help them out. S It's also keyworded it looks like, if you type in "directory listing" it will bring up ls.....this is cool....ha ha the logo says "really beta"....
  3. Hi all, I just received an email about: Linuxcommands.org It's a search engine for linux commands, and has examples etc. They have done a major rebuild of the site and they are looking for feedback and command submissions. Check it out, they only have a couple commands in there now but I am gonna send some to them right away. Gonna try posting in some other forums as well, spread the word I think these guys gotta good thing going, and they have BinRev on their resources pages! s
  4. My personal recommendation is Debian. I found when I was learning Linux I wanted to basically be able to create a web hosting machine, play with some web server, database, and other software and have something to show (i.e. functional blog hosted off my box, etc.). The reason Debian is so easy is apt-get, an auto-RPM installer. With apt-get you can grab a copy of SysCp which is a control panel system, but with this it will install Apache, PHP, MySQL, BIND, Postfix, and others. This gives you an out-of the box hosting machine that you can start tinkering with. Not to mention a stock install of it leaves it insecure as hell, which is a great opportunity to put up a website, install some network monitoring, IDS stuff, have fun with it! IF yuo need help with any of this, or more detailed explanation you can definitely email me at s0u1d13r@gmail.com, don't get discouraged, Linux is like coke.......hard as hell to get into....but great once you cram it up your nose??? (ok that sucked) S
  5. I guess if all of this is so theoretically easy, why wouldn't you put hxdef100 on the machine, grab a frapuccino, go home, relax and own the box. S
  6. If you want to make money from the discovery of software vulns: 3Com's Initiative It's an interesting program! S
  7. There are lots of good sites around to learn php: Zend.com PHPFreaks PHPBuilder Webmonkey There are enough tutorials from those sites to take you anywhere you want to go in PHP/mySQL. S
  8. What are you trying to scan off of the RF signal? A lot of the times they use 256BIT AES encryption (the same as wireless debit machines) to pass data back and forth. S
  9. Yep you could do that. Some content filters can still be set manually to block specific HTTPS urls, but this would take a wide awake admin to notice traffic going to the forum and specifically adding a rule to block it. S
  10. A good rule of thumb that I use when setting up domains is sticking within the registering guidelines by putting a company name and address (if you have one). If you don't want to put a real address you can use a mailbox as one. For first/last name I always use First Name: DNS Second Name: Admin and the contact email dnsadmin@domain.com That way your information is semi-private but still won't cause any problems with your registrar. Other than that you are going to have to pay for it
  11. I never really have a magic number that I use, and it varies. You don't necessarily have to worry a HUGE amount on how big the root partition is unless swap allocation becomes an issue. Your root partition will generally hold all your data and the swap space is used for virtual memory, like virtual RAM (for lack of better terminology). If you are running some rediculously fast machine, with a fat hard drive, just use the defaults for your distro. If they don't ask for root partition size tell it to use as much as possible. Generally the notes/docs for your distro will give you the best idea on what to use for partition benchmarks depending on hardware. S
  12. The location of the httpd.conf files may be different, and if you had PHP installed, the .ini location might be a little off. The best thing I can recommend is to install SysCP on your Debian system. Edit /etc/apt/sources.list and add the following: deb http://debian.syscp.de/ sarge/ (this is assuming you are installing Debian sarge not woody) Then from shell do an: apt-get update (this will update the list of available packages) apt-get remove exim (get rid of crappy exim MTA) apt-get install syscp you access it from: http://localhost/syscp/ With syscp it will setup mysql, postfix, BIND 9, and lots of other great stuff right out of the box. You can then do your virtual host editing copying old records to the new machine. I found this to be the best way to migrate from CentOS (RHE). If you have any questions repost to board, more than willing to help. S
  13. I would be definitely interested in helping yuo get something running. Drop me an email with a plan at s0u1d13r AT gmail DOT com S
  14. Never seen that one before, thanks for the heads up. Looks like a rather "odd" distro though! S
  15. Just to let you know, the link for the open webcam directory in your sig doesn't work. S