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About walcy.carroll

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    anything geekish, "IT" stuff..<br /><br />i work a sysadmin in norfolk, va<br /><br />my skype ='s carroll.walcy<br />gizmo='s walcycarroll
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  1. reminds me of the music from sites like welcometothescene. but i like that type of music, nice link
  2. Looks like some of the presentations from last week's 2008 OWASP NYC AppSec Conference are being posted. Here is the link for the page. Basically your typical Con layout of presentations, some videos/slides are availabe for download and looks like they are planning on getting most of everything available by the end of October.
  3. Well, IF you google foo, er subscribe to podcasts, there have been alot of coverage on the new broswer etc, the EULA has changed.. i gotta get my apple tv back up in working, arraghg.g..g.g....... there are lots of videos etc out about some of it, i found one on cnet recently talking lil bit about its privacy pitfalls, http://news.cnet.com/1606-2_3-50003579.htm...s&subj=news in case anyone is interested.
  4. hehe, nice I am happy with irc, bbs, rss, and what ever else suits my needs.... The idea behind google chrome is nice, there eula, well its been seen before or the parts i mentioned have been tried i think with aim, or msn, etc... looks similar to opera's features... i really can't complain too much, so i will leave that to someone else.
  5. Yeah, I don't plan on using it .... i know there are issues with it after all it's in beta.... but I gathered some information about it all, thought i would share... Some of it has been posted, some not.. of course there was this, http://blogoscoped.com/google-chrome/ the comic book thing about it, then in response to that this came about, http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/09/02/go..._comic_funnies/ Google's Comic Caper..... the carpet bombing flaw, http://blogs.zdnet.com/security/?p=1843 in addition proof of concept, http://evilfingers.com/advisory/google_chrome_poc.php Then the EULA sections 11.1 and 11.4 http://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html 11.1 You retain copyright and any other rights that you already hold in Content that you submit, post or display on or through the Services. By submitting, posting or displaying the content, you give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free and non-exclusive licence to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content that you submit, post or display on or through the Services. This licence is for the sole purpose of enabling Google to display, distribute and promote the Services and may be revoked for certain Services as defined in the Additional Terms of those Services 11.4 You confirm and warrant to Google that you have all the rights, power and authority necessary to grant the above licence.
  6. I was just reading the news about the Security Experts Protest MIT Students Gag.. That's quoted from this pdf file...-->http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/mbta-v-profs.pdf
  7. Yep, I was following this recently also. here is the pdf file, http://www-tech.mit.edu/V128/N30/subway/De...resentation.pdf "In the video clip below MIT student Zack Anderson tells reporters how he felt when he learned about the lawsuit filed by the MBTA. The lawsuit was filed a few days after he had met with the agency to discuss concerns about his talk at Defcon. He is with fellow MIT students R.J. Ryan, Alessandro Chiesa and EFF attorney Marcia Hofmann, who was advising the students about what they could say in lieu of the temporary restraining order against them." The MIT students confidential vulnerability assessment of the MBTA fare card: http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/10-scott-h...declaration.pdf The MBTA v. Students court documents including the presentation to be made at DEFCON: http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/mbta-v-zack.htm I like the breakdown from 1983 until 2008: 1983-wardialing 2000-wardialing 2001-warwalking 2002-warflying/warboating 2006-war-rocketing 2007-warballooning 2008-warcarting... Also in the Security section of C|net News.com, "Judge orders halt to Defcon speech on subway card hacking" http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-10012612-83.html The DEFCON presentation via: http://news.cnet.com/8300-1009_3-83.html?tag=bc In addition, I haven't read thru them yet, but here are some of the latest court BS that is going on ...... The MBTA v. MIT Students court documents (docs added 11 August 2008) http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/mbta-v-zack.htm Attorneys argue lifting the MBTA-Zack TRO: http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/18-exhibit...-modify-tro.pdf MBTA motion to modify the TRO: http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/16-motion-modify-tro.pdf http://cryptome.org/mbta-v-zack/17-ieuan-m...-modify-tro.pdf
  8. Nice deal, going to a Con, then getting the book signed by the author... Well Done!!
  9. yup i got mine at Barnes & Nobles in va beach last week too... haven't gotten too far as of yet dividing my time between, work, sleep, podcasts, exercise, and well work.. lol
  10. This is awesome, I was unable to attend, sweet, gonna check out the recordings.. Thanks great Job...
  11. Yeah, I was looking into this back and forth over the past 2-3 weeks... Posted below is some more related information. Here is a podcast interview in that Dan talks alittle bit about the flaw,etc, Interview w/ Dan Kaminsky about the Dns Flaw Here is the original source that I got most of the information from --> http://www.doxpara.com/?p=1176 In addition - US-Cert posted a general list of the hardware/software vendors that need to patch --> http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/800113 also the .org first top level domain to adopt DNS security protocol --> http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080...y-protocol.html
  12. yeah i have the 1st gen iphone, done all the unlocking, jailbreaking, etc.. I am currently waiting awhile b4 upgrading firmwares and not having full control of my iphone... Has anyone gotten the new one or updated the new firmware to the 1st gen.. just curious to see .....thanks
  13. I won't be able to attend the last HOPE, but I know alot of people from the 757 area here in virginia will be going. Some people from hrgeeks, etc. Should be a nice turnout..
  14. Yeah, For all intended purposes it might be something entertaining... or atleast a good laugh
  15. Yeah, I got the shell coder's book and i dunno but alot of other ones, I only read about 60% of em' yeah i know thats bad.... Oh, but now i do want to see if i can find the AOE 2nd edition in the local book store...hmmmm I prefer Johnny Long's books much more thou, after seeing and meeting him in person; oh and listening first hand with him being interviewed for a podcast... Don't get me wrong i buy books right, but i luv to get em for free, like looking for books on irc, or torrent sites, newsgroups, etc...