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  1. create a private Hamatchi netowork/group and have each attendee install screen-sharing software + IM
  2. DeepFreeze (not free) - just to add an extra layer of security Wireshark - to record traffic IDApro (not free) - disassembly and last but not least Strings.
  3. one word: Squid http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squid_cache Setup a transparent proxy in 3 simple steps
  4. an entire thread about a distro for 'hacking stuff' and BackTrack wasn't mentioned once. Desktop Linux - Ubuntu Hacking Distro - BackTrack 3 Beta live CD
  5. not exactly what you're looking for, but- you may want to see if your router supports syslog then run something like 'Kiwi Syslog Daemon' on your pc to receive the logs, then configure the alerts as needed
  6. add tcpdump to your list
  7. why limit yourself to eBooks when there are thousands of websites with perl tutorials? http://learn.perl.org/ http://docs.rinet.ru/P7/ http://www.linuxforums.org/programming/lea...__lesson_1.html
  8. LogMeIn if you're looking for a quick/simple/free solution Citrix if you wanna do serious stuff VNC/RDP both require port forwarding and separate client applications so I don't even consider those. as far as the logging, assuming you're using a standard soho router (something like a Linksys WRT54G) you can enable logging on it.
  9. die in a fire. an hero yourself. do a barrel roll.
  10. Metagoofil "Metagoofil is a tool for written in Python for extracting the metadata from public documents (pdf,doc,xls,ppt) available in the target websites. This information could be useful because you can get valid usernames, or people names, for using later in brute force password attacks (vpn, ftp, webapps etc.)"
  11. try running a repair with Grub Super Disc. it's saved me two times so far...
  12. Irc

    I prefer Chatzilla for all my IRC needs. It's a Firefox add-on so it's cross platform and free. How has this thread gone this long without anyone mentioning IRSSI, the leetest text mode client Great if you're running in a CLI only environment
  13. use your ISPs SMTP mail server (mail.shaw.com or something similar) or use a SOCKS Proxy, you ISP probably hosts one or use a Mail Relay service (cost money) Also, if you're using FreeBSD/Postfix, here is a quick tutorial on how to change your sending port Regardless, port 25 should be explicitly blocked on your border firewall
  14. did a bit more testing and I came to realize that if I purposely misspell the node name (i.e. /node:TestPC0101) I still get the same error message. at this point I think it might be best to move this to a virtual environment with two clean installs of XP SP2