leeach

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    *BSD, Slackware, War/DumpsterDiving<br><br>Ya, I'm the life of the party. -_-
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  1. A server I'm working on has a memory problem, I would like to know what command could help me to localise what process is using all the memory. I've tried: root@server1 [/]# free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 8029 8016 12 0 195 3386 -/+ buffers/cache: 4434 3594 Swap: 8000 3318 4682 So I know their is something not normal... I use TOP and I look at the VIRT column but I'm not sure if that's the solution as I don't get to 8gb of memory used this way.. Anyone know ?
  2. Holy Shiet! I got a reply!?!?! Thanks foldingstock!!!
  3. http://www.shoutwire.com/viewstory/13637/C...o_Death_Threats
  4. ok, i dont reply to my own posts..but can anyone give me some feedback at all? Please???
  5. No services at all. I have this bridge up for the sole purpose of securing my network, and for a first-timer, I am pretty shocked at the logs.. I think I did ok, but would like the recommendations, comments, and keener eyes of some of you more seasoned professionals...Am i allowing too much out? Are there any optimizations someone sees? here it is ######### London Bridge on puFFy...########## #-------------------------------------- # Options #-------------------------------------- # macros... int = "rl0" ext = "xl0" # Default block policy... set block-policy drop set loginterface $ext set optimization conservative set fingerprints "/etc/pf.os set skip on lo0 set debug urgent #---------------------------------------------- # Normalization #---------------------------------------------- scrub in on $ext all fragment reassemble scrub out on $ext all random-id fragment reassemble #---------------------------------------------- # Ruleset #---------------------------------------------- # Default DENY! block log on $ext all # Cable modem noise... block quick on $ext from any to 255.255.255.255 pass in quick on $int all pass out quick on $int all #################################### # Allow Newsreader( Usenext )... pass out log on $ext proto tcp from any \ to any port = nntp modulate state pass out log on $ext proto udp from any \ to any port = nntp keep state # DNS and BootP... pass in log on $ext proto udp from any to any port \ { domain, bootpc, bootps } \ keep state # Allow ICMP ( echoreq ) pass in on $ext proto icmp all icmp-type 8 code 0 keep state # Take off the leash... pass out on $ext proto tcp all modulate state flags S/SA pass out on $ext proto { udp, icmp } all keep state ####################################### I would highly appreciate any help at all. Thanks guys
  6. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4963266.stm 21,000 Euro in prizes...interesting
  7. Now I'm not one to reply to my own topics, but is this really all the advice I can get ?
  8. whatsup everyone, just looking for some insight on any useful resources you guys know of as far as cracking goes beyond Fravia's website... Also any tips on some good free ebooks or really good tuts for someone trying to start out coding in Assembly.. I have IDA pro, WDASM, and some other tools that I have found along my searches, just want to make sure I'm fully prepared for when I start out so any comments at all would be of great help. I appreciate the help, and thanks in advance..
  9. http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/electronic/7830/ thats some funny shit... :growl:
  10. They arleady patched/fixed this issue.. :growl:
  11. I'd just like to take this opportunity to say, that linux is for bitches. And Gentoo is a gay wannabe. *BSD ownz. Ask tux here to the left. :grr:
  12. pretty good resource here, nice prices..check out the rest of the site.. http://www.nerdbooks.com/booklist.php?section=223 I have so many book links in my favorites, there is way too many to post here.. Amazon.com is your friend. Wide variety of books from the basics, right on down to the principles of secure coding. hope this helps
  13. Yes of course..which is exactly why I only pay for hardware...
  14. :omfg: I thought they would never do it...Excuse me while I bust a nut... :omfg: Now all they have to do is crossover SOCOM: Navy Seals, and can I can finish selling my soul to XBOX. :cry: You guys can check it out here...June 6th... http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detai...ogames&n=507846 But umm, I won't be buying my copy, I'll be downloading through uhhm..Cough!..BitComet..Cough! :growl:
  15. getting videos and dvd's on the PSP... http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000980024404/ maybe kind of off-topic?