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  1. I have just gone through the setup for a new Pineapple, the flash went smoothly and I'm able to ping it, but it is unable to connect to the server. I've tried configuring everything manually as outlined in the manual as well as trying to set it to automatic ip designation. I have tried it on two machines running windows 7 and 8. A few sites that check if webpage are up say that the page is down. Firefox says: The connection has timed out The server at is taking too long to respond" or "Unable to connect Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at". Chromes response: "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to". Could it be a issue with the server?
  2. Hi, everyone, I have an old Compaq Proliant ML350 G1 server, which acts as a backup server for the computers in my house, it only gets turned on about once a month, and has done for the past couple of years but now every time I turn it on it comes up with a message on POST saying "Default Server Feature Card configuration installed! Run BIOS setup utility to view/modify settings." I then have to press F1 and it will reboot and then boot the operating system fine, I thought maybe the battery on the Feature card was flat, so I have replaced that but it is doing the same thing, could the Card be dying on me? thanks
  3. Hello everyone, I have enjoyed the hak5 shows for many years and felt this might be a good place to rack your brains on a problem I am having. I would like to use web conferencing at my workplace using software tha tworks peer to peer or uses local server so I can utilize my LAN speeds.Do you know of any open source software or if I had to incur a cost, comes highly recommended?
  4. Guess who again? :) Here's what's up: Decided to play around with Ozyman. *DUNN Dunn dunnn...* So I'm running Kali Linux on both server (Virtualized on Mac OS X) and on a Netbook (who owns a netbook anymore, common!?) I have my domain set up appropriately (I think so) VIA freedns.alfred and uni.me , it accepted the appropriate namespaces and what not as demonstrated in the original episode with Mubix. On my Virtualized server: In Kali, I have ozyman on the Desktop, so my total bash line looks like this: root@kali~/Desktop/ozyman# ./nomde.pl -i url.uni.me (Obviously it's not really "url.uni.me" :D ) and kicks back : Creating TCP socket - done. repeats for UDP* waiting for connections.. Great! now on my client Kali box: ssh -D 8080 -C -o ProxyCommand="/root/ozyman/droute.pl sshdns.url.uni.me" root@url.uni.me *Enter ..... Nothing. Not even a return. It acts like it just hangs. Any ideas? I'm trying this off an isolated network from the server.
  5. If i team 2 or more NIC's, does each nic still keep their pysical ip address even though virtual one has been created? Am asking this because i currently have a Windows Server 2012 Server with a Dual Gigabit PCI-X card with an IP set on each ethernet port, and each one is linked to an FTP server. am wondering if i do the NIC teaming will this conflict with the dedicated ftp servers.
  6. I'm trying to "hide" the fact that SSH + deluge are running when port scanned. I think my options are I can firewall the server, open SSH port and keep it visible, and get to the deluge by going to localhost:8112 after a ssh -D $someport. Or, I can use knockknock and hide SSH and Deluge but need to keep 1outbound+1inbound tcp port open for deluge xfers (or use knockknock-proxy). - Server(s) running Ubuntu 10.10 --> 12.04 - knockknock --> http://www.thoughtcr...are/knockknock/ - SSH - deluge-torrent.org/ 1. Has anyone on the forums attempted to setup port knocking with knockknock before? 2. Am I correct in assuming that it would be wise to NOT use UFW to configure my firewall and instead rely strictly on iptables? I believe this to be true because knockknock will need custom iptable entries to work. 3. SSH seems simple to think through. Knock on one port and connect. All Inbound+Outbound traffic flows over one port after the connection is established -- easy enough. 4. I threw in an application like Deluge because I can't get my head around the firewall logic. "deluged" runs as a local daemon on the server. Once a Torrent is added it needs two ports to operate (1 Inbound + 1 Outbound). "deluge-web --fork" is a web gui to add/remove Torrents. It runs on a separate port (8112 by default), for a total of three. My best guess is to create a knockknock rule for the web gui (8112) and leave deluge's inbound (5000) + outbound (6000) ports open and standard SSH knockknock rule. OR should I use the knockknock-proxy? Can anyone contribute/comment on how this should be setup? THANKS
  7. I have an extra desktop computer with no OS installed, that I use for playing with live boot linux disks. I would like to host my own server/website, with the maximum possible security and anonymity then offer it up as a hacking target like www.hackthissite.org so that I can learn by trial and error how to secure/run a server, and maybe make a few friends in the process (visitors). What choices would you make to get started? Do you think that the choice of server matters, or are they all basically equal except for whichever one is easiest to configure properly? Should I just go with Apache despite all the vulnerabilities? What would be the role of a service like www.noip.com or dyn.com? Would those DNS services actually keep website visitors from seeing my home internet connection IP? If I register a domain, sign up an account at www.noip.com, is that no IP host my nameserver for the DNS name? If I have the website/webapp running on the old desktop I'm making my server, then can I still use VPNs on my other home computers/laptops/devices without knocking my website offline? Does it matter which distro/OS I pick, and what do you recommend if so? Most of the sec distros at www.distrowatch.com are blackhat focused, so I don't know if it would really help me as the webmaster / sys admin? Should I use something like NetSecL or LPS that is configured to be isolated and more locked down? Thanks in advance
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