telesniper

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  1. Yes, I already have a lovely senao 2511CD, the problem is the MacBook Pro (and many new PC laptops) lack a PCMCIA slot in favor of the new ExpressCard slot, but the MacBook's internal AirPort card is a standard miniPCI, so you can just take it out, toss it asside, and put in a mini-PCI that uses a chipset that is fully supported under linux (Prism, Atheros, etc.). It would be interesting if anyone has any experience in this, expecially if there is a miniPCI wireless card that is supported by both OSes. I recall seeing some on the OSx86 HCLs, maybe I'll check them out.
  2. Too bad! That would have been awesome. Still, there are some mini-PCI cards that do have the Linux drivers for them while I am pretty sure finding a WiFi ExpressCard that is fully Linux compatible would be pretty damn hard.
  3. What a rip. I would rather spend it on a Java Enabled Crackberry + MobileSSH + prepaid SIMS
  4. Does anyone in here have a MacBook Pro? I heard that the new AirPort Extreme uses a standard mini-PCI interface. That would be a major selling point right there for me, as there are plenty of mini-PCI wireless cards that are based on linux-compatible chipsets (there was one beast I saw on the old auditor forums that was 400mW, I forget the name) It kind of sucks that it doesn't have the Cardbus slot (ExpressCard instead) that I could just slide my Senao into.
  5. Where are some good places to learn about various serivces that I have noticed my machines are running? Not only to I want to see if they are vulnerable, but I would like to know more about the services in general, and how they communicate. for instance, there is a box: Starting nmap 3.81 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2006-05-01 17:39 EDT Interesting ports on xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: (The 1659 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) PORT STATE SERVICE 135/tcp open msrpc 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 1027/tcp open IIS and: Starting nmap 3.75 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2006-04-29 01:36 EDT Interesting ports on 192.168.1.102: (The 1657 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) PORT STATE SERVICE 135/tcp open msrpc 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 1025/tcp open NFS-or-IIS 1026/tcp open LSA-or-nterm 5000/tcp open UPnP MAC Address: I think I will leave that out I looked at the netbios-ssn, but most of the tutes out there are written for windows users. I am using kubuntu - are there any good tutes for connecting to netbios-ssn or shares with Linux? I am really curious about studying this stuff so I want to run slpoits against the shitbox running xp in the corner. Hopefully, at some point I would like to run a debugger on the shitbox and see what makes the sploits tick (learn about buffer overflows, etc) But, the journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. Any help is greatly appreiciated! Thanks.
  6. Just get the proxy switcher plugin for firefox. Unless you want to do it a shitload of times really fast, in which case you would have to do the same thing from a perl script - just iterating whatever through a list of proxies. Just get the proxy switcher plugin for firefox. Unless you want to do it a shitload of times really fast, in which case you would have to do it from a perl script or something - just iterating whatever through a list of proxies.
  7. Yuck. I have no idea about hooking a USB modem up to a router. Your best bet is to go over to smoothwall.org and search their forums to see if it will take usb modems as your WAN side. Either that or check about what type of service you have and if they check their customers Uname and pswd against mac addys like they do with cable modems. If they don't it is concievalbe that you could get an ethernet modem/router like the speedstream 5200 or other.
  8. You should get out your hacksaw and go to work!
  9. Thanks, zal91.
  10. Have you tried using Smart Boot Manager? Honestly, this is the easiest route to go. I have messed with boot floppies before when I had the 760 and I remember them being a pain in the ass. Also I remember SMB not working the first time or so (sometimes it can be glitchy), so try installing it three or four times before giving up.
  11. Yes, hopefully some of the less intelligent mac owners will start throwing PB G4 aluminiums into dumpsters thinking they are useless!
  12. You might want to consider, as a last resort, replacing the controller card of the HD with one from an identical unit purchased of of eBay. Admittedly, a delicate task with a 2.5" notebook drive, but not at all infeasable. I was poking around. atapw should work, but it will not work on ALL drives. The password is set into the firmware of the controller card of the HD. Of course, this is only a solution if the data on the drive is more valuble than the cost of replacing it.
  13. I take it you have accessed your BIOS to set it to boot from CD rom. Some older laptops to not have this option in the BIOS. I had an old IBM 760 and had to use Smart Boot Manager to get it to boot from the CD ROM. Tell me exactly the behavior of the laptop when you attempt to boot it from the Knoppix CD. P.S. Do not hold out too much hope on this. Even if you can get linux to work on this (I got Debian Woody to work on the 760), there may not be any kernel modules for your old hardware. For my 760, there are no modules for the PCMCIA bridge, so it pretty much hopeless geting the thing networked, so into the dumpster it went. :cry:
  14. If you wanted to mess around with the 486, the best firewall/router distro for a n00b to use would be smoothwall as it is very basic to set up, but also very configurable and has lots of mods for it, plus good forums. Go to: www.smoothwall.org P.S. Your question is kind of weird. You mean your modem you have will not work at all with Linux? What is the exact make and model of it? What service are you using?
  15. You should google for a proxy list and check it. This way you have fresh lists of proxies that work and usually aren't blacklisted.