signull

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  1. ToneLoc is a command-line program. Open a command prompt window, navigate to the ToneLoc directory and type 'toneloc' (without the apostrophes) to get a quick rundown of the parameters required for it to run.
  2. I don't understand the logic in doing this to your laptop. Are you saying once it destructs, the laptop won't be usable anymore and would basically be a brick?
  3. 800-326-2431 - "You have reached the State Farm Disaster 800 number. There are no reported disasters in your calling area at this time."
  4. I've been wondering this too. My guess is that when the software first installs, it installs a "disguised" key somewhere in the registry so that it won't be easily deleted by the user.
  5. That's obviously spoofed. There are no NPAs that begin with 1.
  6. You connect a socket to the proxy server, negotiate with it, then relay data back and forth. It's really simple. Read about SOCKS.
  7. I've been wondering what's been going on with DIG Magazine myself. Last I heard (August 2006), lowtec was looking for articles for issue #5. Haven't heard anything since. Where is lowtec these days?
  8. http://www.rarpasswordcracker.com mentions something about a freeware version included with their shareware package. I guess it can only crack WinRAR passwords that were generated with v2.00-2.80. Worth a try. From the readme.txt file of the above mentioned software:
  9. The original poster is referring to exchange scanning.
  10. The only advice I have to offer is not to do too much scanning thru a VoIP provider because they can easily detect it and terminate your account without notice. Scan randomly just to be safe. There is (or was) a law in the state of Colorado that says it's illegal to place a telephone call without the intent to communicate.
  11. This thread has given me the urge to pick up a phone and start scanning again... Haven't scanned much lately.
  12. I recommend C or Ada. Maybe I'm old school, but I prefer procedural languages over OOP any day of the week.
  13. I don't understand how you can find C/C++ hard if you find ASM so easy. For me, it's the opposite. I was reading a book on ASM, and I was so overwhelmed that I decided to put off learning it for a while. High level languages are a piece of cake for me. Maybe I'm not cut out for ASM. I doubt I would ever use it often anyway.
  14. Does anyone know if it's possible to trick Windows into thinking a system has less memory than it actually has and have it run as if the system only had that much memory -- without having to remove memory modules physically? I want to experiment a little and benchmark a program to see how it would perform on a computer with very little memory.
  15. Whoa, thanks! I had no idea such a switch existed.
  16. Maybe so, but I highly doubt this would be a successful commercial product.
  17. 802-253-0028 - remote access to the Stowe, Vermont water treatment plant
  18. You claim to be using mp3s as your source, which is why the files are smaller. When those files are decompressed, they are much larger. So I'm assuming that the burning program needs to decompress the mp3s in order to burn them onto a Rebook CD. I did a test using the LAME MP3 Encoder. I decompressed an 11MB mp3 to a wav, and the resulting wav file was about 80MB.
  19. Actually, the Redbook standard specifies a maximum of 74 minutes of audio (about 650MB). The way I understand it, the audio files cannot exceed 650 MB which I assume is 74 minutes.
  20. http://audio.textfiles.com/shows/phreakphactor/
  21. Are you talking about hardware a consumer would use, or hardware for a corporation such as a telephone company?
  22. Is there any way that a person using TOR can be traced, besides 3rd party software bypassing TOR? Would you say that information sent from the browser, such as OS and browser version, would be useful in identifying an attacker? If you're really that paranoid, and don't mind going mobile, then use an open AP.
  23. "Code Complete" by Steve McConnell
  24. "What are you, stoned or stupid? You don't hack a bank across state lines from your house, you'll get nailed by the FBI. Where are your brains, in your ass? Don't you know anything?"
  25. Might want to try the following: c cc cisco Cisco router ILMI netman san-fran