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[WARNING - NOT VIRUS SCANNED]Robin's Pandora's Box - AKA: The Bruce doesn't secure his Wi-Fi comment... 2008-06-18
Seth Fogie (seth fogieonline com)
The following is an attempt to save the members of this list from some
20+ responses to Robin's email. While interesting, I doubt everyone
wants to get slammed with so many replies. The responses are
inline...obvious insults and flames were removed. Please reply directly
to the sender, or keep t

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Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-17
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi
Does anyone else feel confident enough about their home network
security to run an unprotected wireless network like Bruce Schneier ?

http://www.wired.com/politics/security/commentary/securitymatters/2008/0
1/securitymatters_0110

I can see his argument but I'm still going to keep mine secured.

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Re: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-18
The Dark Sniper (thedarksniper gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-18
Dave Hull (dphull trustedsignal com)
I am Jack's unpropitious excitement 2008-06-11
Rob Fuller (jd mubix gmail com)
So, I have to apologize to the whole Security community for my idiocy.
Yesterday I was made aware of a post about Backtrack 3 Final coming
out. The link I received was a link to Mut's blog. While reading the
post it mentioned something about an early IRC release. Proceeding to
IRC I found a direct l

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Backtrack 3 Final is out.. SHHHH 2008-06-10
Rob Fuller (jd mubix gmail com) (1 replies)
READ THE RULES FIRST.. NO MIRRORING OR P2P

http://secmaniac.blogspot.com/2008/06/backtrack-3-final-release-informat
ion.html

And here is the uber secret IRC release of BT3 final:
http://cracker.offensive-security.com/bt3-irc-prerelease.iso

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Re: Backtrack 3 Final is out.. SHHHH 2008-06-11
Joshua Wright (jwright hasborg com)
R: R: R: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-30
Vega - Brunello Ivan (I Brunello vegaspa it)
Good hit.
This changes a lot my current perception (and prejudices) of RF signals.

A good place to start.

Thank you

Ivan Brunello

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Kosala Atapattu [mailto:kosala.atapattu (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Inviato: venerdì 30 maggio 2008 18.00
A: Vega - Brunello Ivan
Oggetto: Re

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Re: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-30
krymson gmail com (1 replies)
It would be nice to have some conclusive research on this topic. I can't imagine researchers aren't interested in this, and since nothing has broken through the news like wildfire, I'll assume that the results were less than interesting.

Oh, I know it's common to compare microwave oven emissions

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RE: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-30
Poley, Jason (jpoley co santa-barbara ca us)
Re: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-28
Mario Spinthiras (mspinthiras gmail com) (1 replies)
Imagine the scale this can grow to. We've seen the Santa Fe issues
with the crackpot winding everyone up that WIFI is so bad for you up
to a point where it can actually affect the natural flow of
technology. I think this looks more like the old days where a woman
had her period or had some stran

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Re: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-28
Mario Spinthiras (mspinthiras gmail com) (1 replies)
R: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-30
Vega - Brunello Ivan (I Brunello vegaspa it)
RE: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-28
Kevin Reiter (KReiter insidefsi net)
This sums it up nicely:

http://ars.userfriendly.org/cartoons/?id=20080528

-----Original Message-----
From: Mario Spinthiras [mailto:mspinthiras (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2008 5:42 PM
To: Kevin Reiter
Cc: wifisec (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Re: anyone allergic to wifi?

Imagine the scale t

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Re: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-27
krymson gmail com
Nope.

But I'm allergic to work. :)

And I think I might try to avoid more of it by selling those who claim they're allergic to wifi some pills that will keep the aliens away, and a film they can spray on their car to protect them from the sun's harmful UV rays, and special backpacks that will e

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anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-24
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi
Seeing as the list has been quiet recently I thought I'd send this on:

http://kob.com/article/stories/S451152.shtml?cat=517

Anyone else out there allergic to wifi?

Robin

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RE: anyone allergic to wifi? 2008-05-27
Kevin Reiter (KReiter insidefsi net)
Threats in OMA and OTA GSM technologies 2008-05-20
Gleb Paharenko (gpaharenko gmail com)
Dear list.

In this article described how to install remotely settings into mobile
device. Several primers of how it can be utilized by attacker:
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhdxn2g6_50ds4wqchp
http://gpaharenko.livejournal.com/4467.html

--
Best regards.
Gleb Pakharenko.
http://gpaharenko.li

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looking for an atheros based usb dongle 2008-05-06
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi
Can anyone recommend a cheap Atheros based usb dongle? I've currently
got a RaLink PCI card in my desktop which I use occasionally but its
not 100% perfect so I'd rather have a small dongle I can just stick in
the back and forget about.

Low power, internal antenna, anything like that is fine.

T

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Re: looking for an atheros based usb dongle 2008-05-07
Richard Farina (sidhayn gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: looking for an atheros based usb dongle 2008-05-07
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com)
Photos and Presentation Materials from HITBSecConf2008 - Dubai Released 2008-05-03
Praburaajan (prabu hackinthebox org)
The codes, tools, exploits, slides and other presentation goodies from
HITBSecConf2008 - Dubai are available for download! You will also find a
'bonus download' of the live recording of DJ Negative's set from the
HITB Post Conference Party at the URL below :)

http://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2

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Zealous Autoconfig 2008-04-30
Seth Fogie (seth airscanner com)
OK. So, this isn't exactly 'serious', but it does apply...

http://www.xkcd.com/416/

Seth

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Data in broadcast & probe packets? 2008-04-25
jd (onymouse garlic com) (2 replies)
Can data be inserted into broadcast and probe packets?

Curious about whether it is possible to use data within such packets
for additional authentication, etc.

==

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Re: Data in broadcast & probe packets? 2008-04-26
Mike Kershaw (dragorn kismetwireless net) (1 replies)
Re: Data in broadcast & probe packets? 2008-05-02
jd (onymouse garlic com)
RE: Data in broadcast & probe packets? 2008-04-26
Sergio Castro (sergio castro unicin net)
Re: creating fake APs 2008-04-17
Luiz Eduardo (le atelophobia net)
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Hi,
as others mentioned already, this would not only confuse the clients and
possibly the users, but also create a bunch of unecessary beacons.
Not really sure what you;re trying to accomplish overall, but I believe if
you do what Nico recommended to

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Re: Wireless range limiting 2008-04-17
Luiz Eduardo (le atelophobia net)
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Hash: SHA1

I am curious to take a pick at the screenshot as well, since, apparently,
it's unknown to defcon's networking team.

one thing for sure though, the stats from a centralized X overlay wids don't
match.

cheers
- -le

- ----- Original Message -----
Fro

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