cyberax

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  1. I was thinking that there might be a way to convert the webpage to a pdf, then to an image. Been searching google, but its hard to find these tools (without paying for them :-) )
  2. Hi All!, Does anyone know of a way to take snapshots of a webpage and save them to an image without using an xserver? I have done a lot of looking around and have found nothing. Ideally it would be something you could run from the command line. I'm an admin for my computer societies webservers and we need to take hourly snapshots of our webpages. The server is freebsd based. Our current method is kinda messy. It involves starting X every hour and killing it horribly in a script. A cleaner method would be great. Any suggestions?
  3. Hi All! Just wanted to say that our meetings are up and running. The computer society in my university has kindly joined forces with me to make our meetings possible! Anyone in the Kildare/Maynooth area is welcome to come along. I will post the meeting website on the board in a few days. Best wishes, Cyberax
  4. It really depends what you want to do with the card. It all comes down to what chip is in it. For Day to Day Connections -------------------------------- Any laptop with Centrino technology. (Linux Drivers available with monitor mode. Google ipw2200) Any Wireless Card you like with ndiswrapper and windows driver. For WarDriving -------------------------------- Look for card with either a prism or Atheros Chipset. They have the most functionality (Packet Injection for WEP Cracking and AP Fun (think airpwn + goatse) + Monitor Mode for finding networks (eg Kismet). Orinoco chipset cards are great for finding networks but you need to patch the driver for monitor mode. They have no packet injection support. Good Luck!
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    Depends on the Operating System. I know that 64bit editions of XP run 32bit software no problem.
  6. I think those are pretty much all the Windows Key shortcuts. Didn't know about Win + D though. Thanks.
  7. Well I doubt your going to see any cleartext passwords in the Dump file. There aren't any tools I can think of, but I suggest you take a good look at the packets in ethereal. Packets to look for: POP packets. - Email from most clients usually involves cleartext passwords. Yellow Microsoft SMB packets might have some NTLM hashes or if your luck LM Hashes. FTP Packets with passwords etc.... The list goes on... Just analyse the dump file.
  8. Well after a lot of cursing I decided to recompile the kernel again. I patched the Wireless drivers I needed (IPW2200 AKA Centrino with aireplay-ng injection patch and the rfmon patch for orinoco monitor mode) and moved them into the 2.6.17 source tree. The kernel compiled no problem but i had to put the latest firmware for the Centrino into /lib/firmware. Apparently they changed the firmware naming convention in 2.6.17. The old firmware that came with SuSe 10 didn't work. Still battling with the dam IPW2200. I have monitor mode on it but I was experimenting with packet injection. Apparently its possible in a limited fashion. Aireplay says its injecting but acording to kismet its an isllusion. Oh well, time to buy a better wifi card. Maybe something with a Prism or Atheos Chipset.
  9. Hi, I was just wondering if anyone new of a quick and dirty way of insmoding a module into the Kernel (2.6.17) when the kernel rejects it due to symbol problems. Any kludges? Im trying to load the Centrino Wireless driver I compiled and get the dreaded "-1 Unknown symbol in module". Any tips or do I have to recompile the kernel (again ) with symbol checking disabled?
  10. Everything in life is a struggle. Its how we learn things. If we just post "All you have to do is....." Then you won't learn anything. Try google or consult some books. We all had to learn from the bottom up. No shortcuts! :voteno:
  11. Dev Cpp is a pretty good compiler. Its GPL as far as I know.
  12. Don't worry. Im still here. My sites coming up soon. Then the fun begins. Should be up by christmas. cyberax262@gmail.com
  13. Well if your serious here''s a few pointers in the right direction: 0) The internet is your friend and search engines are your mistress. People will respect you more if you demonstate that you did actually try and answer the question in the first place rather than just posting it and getting others to do the leg work... 1) Posting on forums is a good start. You will learn a lot here. 2) Get some books on the subject. I recommend the Hacking Exposed Series, but just search amazon or ebay to get some good deals on books. 3) If you have more than one box lying around in your house, consider setting up a little test network. Most PCs have network cards and if you've only two boxes, you can use crossover cable. Having a little network of your own is a great way to learn and experiment. 4) Learn a programming language. I know C, C++ and Java. It really helps. 5) Not sure where you live but see if there is a Bivrev, Defcon or 2600 meeting in your area. Meeting others is a great way to learn. 6) Don't give up. Learning takes a long time. You will never know everything. 7) Try using linux. Well thats my 2 cents. Good Luck!
  14. Well I did a little google search and found a list of Windows freeware encryption tools that might help you. Ok, maybe they are not great but Im sure you won't need admin rights to use them... http://www.snapfiles.com/Freeware/security/fwencrypt.html Good luck!
  15. Here's a copy of the old flyer I used. It's in Micro$oft Word Format , as Im between Linux distros at the moment. Since posting here, some things have changed. I've met a good few like minds and my friends and I are back on track. We are working on setting up a website at the moment and have done some more advertising with positive results. Should have our another meeting soon. Anyway, I would like to give a big thanks to everyone here on the forums for the support. Join_DC.doc