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  1. lol thats awesom
  2. go get backtrack 3 & follow any of the millions of tutorials on youtube
  3. Im busy writing a program to do this (with help from chown). it has 2 modules, one which sits on the network and connects back (through the firewall or whatever) and a local module, which waits for the connection from the first module, and maintains this connection so that it can be used as a tunnel into the remote network. its kindof hard to explain. Ill post the finished program here
  4. so heres the problem, I have a program whose management is done through a web interface. I want this interface to attempt to actively connect to an external address at a set time every day. So what Im looking for is a go-between program. something to connect out to the predefined address and patch the connection through to the local web interface. Ive tried this in a number of (increasingly ugly ways) with netcat but its not happening. ideas?
  5. whats wrong with sata? its mucg faster than ide
  6. yeah chown, ipconfig is reporting the fake mac address, so I dont think thats the problem. btw chown, when you get home try to connect to it if you can detect it, the ssid is "music"
  7. you dont have to connect to a wireless network to sniff it Well, you just cant sniff air. Packet Sniffing is when you intercept packets flowing across a network. radio waves can be detected by anyone within the transmission radius, you just need to put your wifi card in promiscuous mode. good idea, Ill try that it doesnt even get as far as requesting an IP cause it just stays on "waiting for the network".
  8. you dont have to connect to a wireless network to sniff it its not authenticating thats the problem, I cant connect. it stays on "waiting for the network..." after I click connect. (windows XPsp3) the signal isn't weak. as I mentioned, I get 4 bars or "very good" signal strength. it still doesnt connect when im closer to the network with 5 bars "excellent" reception
  9. theres a few open wifi nets in my area, but the only one in range from my house doesnt let me connect even though its not encrypted. chown told me its probably mac filtering or a weak signal. its not signal cause I get 4 bars, and I don't think its mac filtering cause I sniffed a mac and IP with commview, so does anyone know what the problem might be?
  10. think ill run squid, unless theres a simler proxy that supports automatic modifying of html responses?
  11. how could I go about flipping upside-down all pictures requested from my lan? I think the easiest way would be to put a specialized proxy on my computer that downloads the requested images, flips them, stores them on a local, and modifies the html page to the local location on my web server. how could i implement this? (on windows? doesn't have to be, but it would be easier for me as the only unix computer i have is running a stripped down freebsd as a file server). It's still a while til april fools day, so i have time to research this. It's basically this: but without splitting the network, and hopefully on windows. lastly, this is what my lan looks like: ISDN ==============[GateBox(XPpro)] | [switch] /||\ {rest of the network} i want to flip the images "GateBox" requests as well which is why i think arp poisoning wont work. but i have full access too all the comps anyway so i think the proxy idea is the way to go.
  12. does anyone know of any cheap, reliable shell providers? i need to use it for proxying connections, and possibly irc hosting, so it'll need to allow incoming connections. i don't need much disk space, but the more bandwidth and data allowance the better im also looking for cheap dedicated servers run by people that arent too fussed about about outgoing nmap scans, and shady looking incoming traffic. for hosting a honeynet. suggestions? ps: im not too fussed about the operating system in both cases, so long as its (a), *nix and (, not some obscure flavor
  13. I think that might be it. But that doesnt explain why 14 isnt the final hop. or maybe it does....idont know, im only a ccna. Theres got to be a ccnp lurking around here somewhere
  14. so i traced my route to, and right at the end(?) of the trace, it shows the same host twice, and traceroute doesn't seem to think it's the final hop even thoug its the ip im tracing to. traceroute to (, 64 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 ( 0.981 ms 1.188 ms 1.38 ms 2 ( 0.765 ms 0.803 ms 0.711 ms 3 ( 12.507 ms 12.752 ms 12.442 ms 4 ( 14.177 ms 13.843 ms 14.105 ms 5 ( 40.909 ms 42.70 ms 40.973 ms 6 ( 40.920 ms 41.98 ms 40.854 ms 7 ( 41.174 ms 41.241 ms 41.209 ms 8 ( 59.271 ms 58.860 ms 59.379 ms 9 ( 59.629 ms 59.314 ms 59.646 ms 10 ( 91.667 ms 91.128 ms 88.720 ms 11 ( 91.910 ms 89.103 ms 89.317 ms 12 ( 89.911 ms 90.108 ms 89.267 ms 13 ( 104.536 ms 122.195 ms 99.938 ms 14 ( 103.327 ms 98.795 ms 99.829 ms 15 * * * 16 * * * 17 * * * 18 * * * [black hole] anyone know whats going on here? ps: i got the same results in windows.
  15. More specifically, is it possible to hide a specific file using desktop.ini?