science Posted May 26, 2012 Share Posted May 26, 2012 I've been asleep. When I went to bed, hak5 did not exist and the most l33t thing online was neworder.box.sk . Now I'm awake and I'm the Op of an IRC channel on Freenode and Dalnet. I don't want anyone to take over my channel and make a fool of me, so I went to see what the attack vectors of a potential blackhat might be. Sadly, the once rich collection of tools at my former mothership have not been updated since 1999 for the most part. Thus they are, perhaps, slightly out of date. So, what have I missed? More to the point -- what's the status quo? If I am running WeeChat, lets say, other than a flood/DOS how might I be attacked? Are there any strong scripts? Any vulns? I don't see any relevant exploits listed in exploit-db. Thank you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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