Logik

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  1. When I was in the military they blocked out everything known to man. So I setup a squid web proxy on my home machine at port 8080, and used an ssh tunnel to encrypt all traffic to it. Works like a charm. Google ssh tunneling. To an admin, an encrypted connection to port 8080 would also look like you were using https.
  2. Qemu isn't really virtualization, it's emulation. It won't be as fast as vmware. As far as wine, you might have to do a lot of stuff. Read their documentation on their site. Wine can sometimes get a little advanced.
  3. Well, I can't speak for EVERYONE here, but I know a lot of people who visit these forums are of the "White Hat" mentality. As for me, I'm never going to get close to even crossing that line - I have much too much to lose. Besides, that's what home networks and such are for. Break your own shit. ← The whole white hat black hat shit was made by a bunch of assholes. There's no such thing. Hackers hack, end of story. ← Thus proving you have much yet to learn. ← "Whitehat" hackers are people who want to be security admins with a cool label. Aka: Posers. I just don't like these "whitehat" people that refuse to have a little fun, and criticize others who do. Peole take things too seriously.
  4. If you post what you find, it will no longer work. That's not cool. Screw those asshole "whitehats". Have a little fun with it. Not too much fun mind you, but a little.
  5. Well, I can't speak for EVERYONE here, but I know a lot of people who visit these forums are of the "White Hat" mentality. As for me, I'm never going to get close to even crossing that line - I have much too much to lose. Besides, that's what home networks and such are for. Break your own shit. ← The whole white hat black hat shit was made by a bunch of assholes. There's no such thing. Hackers hack, end of story.
  6. An old friend of mine runs some damn good shells on silenceisdefeat.org They don't cost per month, all they ask for is a donation, of any amount. You can give only a dollar if you want, and that's all you'll ever have to pay. Check it out if you don't mind donating a dollar for an account that never expires. I think he's running openbsd, but I can't remember. I haven't used mine in a while.
  7. Traceroute using ICMP, and a some places block that. If you're tracerouting from you to say, google.com, and you (cli command would be traceroute google.com on linux/unix) you'll see the results per hop. If you see something like asterisks along the way, it's usually dropping all ICMP.
  8. Don't forget probably the best linux information site there is, the linux documentation project. www.tldp.org They have howtos that walk you through how to do almost anything (including make coffee with linux, and no I'm not fucking kidding). And also a more detailed guide section that is like a book. It's usually distribution independent, which is a good thing if you mess around with lots of distros like I do.
  9. There's lots. Personally I stick with the old command line tools. Traceroute. Whois. Ping, netstat, whatever. It depends on what you're actually trying to do. Might want to be a little more specific.
  10. If you're really looking to learn, get an old 486 machine, put in two NIC cards, and install linux, freebsd, openbsd, netbsd, whatever you want... and learn how to do unix routing. It's cheaper, and you learn more. You can usually get a 486 for free from a local computer shop who wants to throw it away. At most you might end up paying $10-20.
  11. By law if you get deployed they can't hold you to contracts. I don't know how well this would work with other people social engineering it though, seeing as how I really was in the military, and I really was going overseas. It was a long time ago but I don't think they verified a goddamn thing. How could they? If they bitch, threaten lawsuits because it's illegal. Most people are very willing to work with soldiers on just about anything. If they want you to come in with a military ID, just wait a week or two, call in on behalf of your son who is deployed, and he can't pay these bills, and by law they can't keep you in contract yada yada yada. The only problem is they might actually just postpone the plan until you get back. If this is the case, you have no damn clue when they're coming back. I don't know how well this would work, seeing as how I actually was being sent overseas, but it's worth a shot. What are they going to do? Call the army?
  12. Oh bullshit. If they erased your shit, get a fucking lawyer. Sue the living fuck out of these pricks. Find a lawyer who will agree to look over the case and give you a free consultation. If you can, find one who is willing to work for a percentage of what he gets you. Do SOMETHING. This is total crap. If you sit by and let them do this because "oh well at least they didn't press charges", you're being used. What would they press charges on? Evidence found on your home computer? Mapping a drive that was made public? They didn't press charges, because they couldn't. Screw them, get a lawyer immediately.
  13. First off, that technician is a fucking idiot. Next time he talks to you, laugh at him and tell him to go to hell. If he's asking you all this shit, apparently he thinks you're some "elite hacker" because you wrote an email about a trojan, and you mapped some drives that were open? If he's this goddamn concerned with you, he's a moron. Apparently this dumbass thinks you're some head boss in the computer crime mafia. I mean... wtf? Second of all, when they asked for your computer, you should have told them to kiss your ass. I've heard you talk about this before in the irc channel, and you even said they didn't have a warrant,the school just "asked" for your computer and you gave it to them. How retarded. Next time someone asks for your computer, ask for a warrant and a badge. If it's the school, tell them to screw themselves. Once again, I highly recommend laughing at them. This is seriously some screwed up shit that's happening to you. Don't fucking take it. Yeah it wasn't smart to map those drives, but the school has no right to take your home computer and scan the harddrive like that, and the fact that you let them is insane. Do something about it. Contact a goddamn lawyer. I mean... shit. You might (although I doubt it) even have lawsuit material here. If you're being expelled because of something they found on your home computer (or they hinted that had anything to do it), there's a possibility. I'm no legal expert, trust me, try to talk to a lawyer. Most of all don't take shit sitting down.
  14. No, it's just at&t being a bunch of chickenshits too scared to stand up for their customers.
  15. yeah, one more site that's great for newbies wanting to learn electronics and ham radio is www.radioelectronicschool.com/raecourse.html It starts off with basic electronics, electromagnetic waves, and gets into very complicated shit. I would personally recommend this 40 chapter tutorial on complete ham radio to ANYONE who doesn't know shit and wants to learn a lot