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  1. I've eaten enough chocolate to kill 20 dogs this weekend

  2. I want to be the very, the best there ever was.

  3. Primus is playing in Springfield when I go home, PRIMUS. Wild sharks wielding chainsaws could not stop from going to this concert.

  4. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  5. Was considering buying Metasploit, but then I saw the price, no thanks.

  6. Thanks, that article has a lot stuff I'm going to try when I get home. Any good articles or pointers on security? I've done most of the standard security settings through web UI, I'm trying to search the DD-WRT wiki but I'm still having trouble finding any relevant articles.
  7. I just started using DD-WRT on a Linksys e1000 v2.1 and while I really like it I've ran into some problems: 1. A scan with Nexpose showed some vulnerabilities, but when I tried implementing the solutions suggested (e.g. enabling password shadowing) it wouldn't take the commands when SSHed into it or at the command line window option. I don't have the full vulnerability report right now but I'm hoping someone is familiar with the problems that usually come up in a vulnerability scan. Is this a problem that can be solved with different commands or do I just deal with the problems? Are there any good general practice configurations to use in a home network for DD-WRT? 2. I was using bittorrent last night and I had set up some QOS options that apparently interfered with trackers. I want to be able to throttle my torrents down when using my network for other web applications such as regular internet browsing. What are my options here? My first idea is to use a dedicated machine on the DMZ address, allot it a specific amount of bandwidth and keep it up-to-date so no one breaks into it.
  8. anyone want to go to CoCo's?

  9. Step 1: Google "binary" or "hexadecimal"Step 2: Look at the search result numbersStep 3: lol

  10. Thank you, this helps a lot. I have a lot of experience with Windows but next to none in Linux.
  11. I am having trouble finding a wireless NIC capable of monitor or promiscuous mode. This is the best I could find, but it's $200 minimum and I was wondering if there was a cheaper way to get a network monitor NIC, preferably in a pcmia or USB plug-in style.
  12. Certain routers for personal use show hostnames of computers on your local network. My Linksys WRT54GS shows both locally connected clients and what ports they are using and Public IPs they are connecting to.
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