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Portsentry and Snort Question 2006-11-27
Douglas Duckworth (stlpcsecurity gmail com) (1 replies)
Hello World!

Slackware 11 and trying to figure out why my nmap scans are not being detected!

Scanning from a BSD box which I haved ssh'ed into, yet do not have
root, therefore using -sT.

With my DD-WRT firewall disabled:

Starting nmap 3.55 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2006-11-26 18:19 CS

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RE: Portsentry and Snort Question 2006-11-29
Arthur Sherman (arturs netvision net il)
Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-11-27
tjanas austin rr com (4 replies)
I am evaluating the overall security of Red Hat linux vs Debian. I've been told that Debian has many more vulnerabilities than Red Hat. I've also been told that Red Hat is quicker to release security patches than Debian is for the "stable" release. Can someone point me to a good overall assessmen

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RE: Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-11-28
terry (tvernon24 comcast net)
Re: Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-11-28
Vincent Renardias (vincent renardias com)
Re: Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-11-28
Syv Ritch (syv 911networks com)
Re: Red Hat vs Debian Linux: overall security 2006-11-28
Graeme Fowler (G E Fowler lboro ac uk)
Re: How to check UID of process on the other side of local TCP/UDP connection 2006-11-28
warl0ck metaeye org
I would suggest you use a authentication
mechanism, Since the server only authenticates local clients i would recommend the local passwd
authentication scheme.

Also the thing to notice is you basically need
some type of access control, and access control requires three things authentication, aut

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How to check UID of process on the other side of local TCP/UDP connection 2006-11-24
rainmailbox2001-ola yahoo ca (5 replies)
Hello.

I have the following situation:
- Client communicates with server via TCP or UDP.
- Both client and server are on the same local host.
- Server runs with root privilege.

Now, client connects to server. Server has to check uid of the client. How it can be done?
I need a solution that can b

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Re: How to check UID of process on the other side of local TCP/UDP connection 2006-11-27
Luciano Miguel Ferreira Rocha (strange nsk no-ip org)
Re: How to check UID of process on the other side of local TCP/UDP connection 2006-11-27
Vladimir Mitiouchev (vovcia gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-20
Steven Jones (Steven Jones vuw ac nz) (2 replies)
Hi,

Most attacks these days seem (vastly) distributed, the most effective
thing I have found is to use grey listing as this stops 99%+ of botnets
dead, they simply do not re-try the connection later. Personally I have
found no other technique as effective.

regards

Steven Jones
Senior Linux/Unix/

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Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-22
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-21
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net) (1 replies)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-22
Kurt Seifried (bt seifried org) (2 replies)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-23
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-23
Devdas Bhagat (devdas dvb homelinux org)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-20
Peter H. Lemieux (phl cyways com)
>> rowland onobrauche wrote:

>>> I would like to hear from anyone that has successfully blocked
>>> spambots or dictionary attacks without the need of another server
>>> in between your mailserver and the senders.

>> Peter H. Lemieux wrote:
>> The only effective solution I've found in these cases

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Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-20
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com) (1 replies)
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Greg Metcalfe wrote:

> On Friday 17 November 2006 08:02, rowland onobrauche wrote:
>
>> I would like to hear from anyone that has successfully blocked
>> spambots or dictionary attacks without the need of another server
>> in between your mailserver an

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Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-20
Andres Figari (andres photoplankton com)
spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-17
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com) (3 replies)
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I would like to hear from anyone that has successfully blocked
spambots or dictionary attacks without the need of another server in
between your mailserver and the senders.
The mailserver on my end is exim and it is actually a virtual server,
so i canno

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Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-17
Greg Metcalfe (metcalfegreg qwest net)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-17
Peter H. Lemieux (phl cyways com) (1 replies)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-20
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks 2006-11-17
Hans Wolters (php xs4all nl)
Re: Detecting Brute-Force and Dictionary attacks 2006-11-14
Greg Metcalfe (metcalfegreg qwest net)
On Monday 13 November 2006 12:44, you wrote:
>hi Greg!

>i fully agree that solutions submitted here are suggestions and might not
>apply for all contexts, but I'm sure it helps to create new solutions and
>ideas that might be valid for many of the current architectures, so in my
>opinion, all sugg

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