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Syncing iptables rules between two servers 2006-04-08
Lars Solberg (sunberg gmail com) (2 replies)
Hi

Is there anyone that know about how I can "sync" iptables rules on two
different servers? The plan is to have (on one of the servers) a
script that automaticly block ip adresses with iptables depending on
different conditions. When that ip adress is blocked I want it to
automaticly be blocked on

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Re: Syncing iptables rules between two servers 2006-04-10
Christopher Jastram (cej intech com)
Re: Syncing iptables rules between two servers 2006-04-10
Ayaz Ahmed Khan (ayaz pakcon org)
Re: R: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
mimanium hotmail com (1 replies)
Of corse!

The C programme will be a network intrusion prevention system (NIPS)that sits inline, it must capture packets from the first NIC, analyse them then decide whether to let them pass throu the second nic or to drop them.
I know the libpcap and the libnids do only copy the packets and don't a

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Re: R: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-06
Victor Julien (victor nk nl)
R: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Perego Paolo Franco (p perego reply it) (1 replies)
Could you please specify better your goal? What do you want to realize?

Ciao ciao
sp0nge

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Oggetto: IPtables and C programming??

Hi!

I jut wo

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Re: R: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Jeronimo Zucco (jczucco ucs br)
Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
joe doe domain com
Look there: http://www.opalsoft.net/qos/libiptc/qlibiptc.html

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IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-03
mimanium hotmail com (5 replies)
Hi!

I jut wonder if it is possible to write a C programme that can acces IPtables and use them for firewalling?
If so, How?

ragards,

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Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-06
Greg Leclercq (ggregl gmail com)
Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Cody Tubbs (tubbs wispdirect com)
Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Glynn Clements (glynn gclements plus com)
Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Masood Mehmood (masud sp gmail com)
Re: IPtables and C programming?? 2006-04-05
Vlad Pona (matt poluostrov net)
Systrace 1.6: Phoenix Release for Linux 2006-03-24
Niels Provos (provos citi umich edu)
Hi,

It has been over three years since I originally released Systrace and
I am happy to announce Systrace 1.6: Phoenix Release.

This is a special release for Linux users who do not want to patch
their kernel for Systrace's system call interposition interface. I
recently implemented a Ptrace-based

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Libnids 2006-03-17
mimanium hotmail com (1 replies)
Hi everyone,

the libnids librery emulates the 2.0.x linux kernel tcp/ip stack. Does this mean that it oes not work on other versions of the linux kernel?

Thanks for replying.

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Re: Libnids 2006-03-21
Byron Sonne (blsonne rogers com)
IPS HLBR 1.0 released (off-topic) 2006-03-06
Eriberto (eriberto eriberto pro br)
IPS HLBR - Version 1.0 can detect malicious traffic using regular
expressions

Version 1.0 of Hogwash Light BR, released march 5th 2006, brings two
interesting new features. The first one is the ability of using
regular expressions to detect intrusion attempts and e-mails with
virus or phishing. The

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New SecurityFocus article published. 2006-03-01
Moderator (mod-linux securityfocus com)
The following Infocus:Unix article was published on SecurityFocus today:

Zero to IPSec in 4 minutes
By Dragos Ruiu
2006-02-28

This short article looks at how to get a fully functional IPSec VPN up
and running between two fresh OpenBSD installations in about four
minutes flat.

http://www.securityf

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Re: RE: Kryptor Whitepaper released 2006-02-15
angelo rosiello org
"I just took a quick look at it but it seems to me like a polyalphabetic
substitution cipher with an effective block length of 16 bytes (i.e. every
16 bytes you have a monoalphabetic substitution cipher). "

Absolutly it's not a polyalphabetic substitution cipher.

"I mean, this doesn't hide the und

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Kryptor Whitepaper released 2006-02-15
angelo rosiello org (1 replies)
As I announced in previous threads, we released the full white paper of the algorithm implemented in Kryptor (http://www.rosiello.org/archivio/kryptor-0.1.2.tar.gz).

The paper can be found at:
http://www.rosiello.org
or
http://www.rosiello.org/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=8

cheers,
Angelo

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RE: Kryptor Whitepaper released 2006-02-15
Omar A. Herrera (omar herrera oissg org) (1 replies)
RE: Kryptor Whitepaper released 2006-02-15
Omar Herrera (oherrera prodigy net mx)
Re: Re: Begs a question: AV in Linux (correction) 2006-02-05
blahblah hotmail com (3 replies)
Although, you may want to run AV in linux for various reasons, some misleading points were made:

"If you run wine, zen, mach, vmware, or anything that runs or can run
windows (or another vulnerable OS), than you should run AV in at least
the virtual machine, and preferably in both linux and virtual

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Re: Re: Begs a question: AV in Linux (correction) 2006-02-06
Eric Rostetter (rostetter mail utexas edu) (1 replies)
Re: Begs a question: AV in Linux (correction) 2006-02-07
Alan McKinnon (alan linuxholdings co za)
Re: Begs a question: AV in Linux (correction) 2006-02-06
lucien Fransman (lucien fransman irc2 nl)
Re: Re: Begs a question: AV in Linux (correction) 2006-02-06
Antoine Martin (antoine nagafix co uk)
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