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iptables & tcp wrappers 2004-09-24
Meatplow (greg meatplow com)

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Hello.

I'm running RH Enterprise edition.

I'm relatively new to iptables. I am getting the common intrusion
attempts with some of the common uses of test/guest/root/ and a
couple others I've been able to add the IPs to the to iptables.,
but
I'd

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RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-20
Marty Armstrong (MartyA patchlink com)


Yes, try http://www.netreg.org/ NetReg: Automated DHCP Registration System it is used by the education sector. Its open source and Linux os based.

-Marty Armstrong

PatchLink Corporation

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RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-20
Evan Pierce (evan pierce co za)
Harijs

While I agree with you - this is also going to fool programs like arpwatch.
Or any mac address monitoring software for that matter. That is why I also
suggested 802.1x as further protection, and as always check your firewall
logs, IDS logs and tighten things up as much as possible.

Evan

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RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-18
Jorge Reyes (Jorge Reyes Talaris com) (1 replies)
FastEthernet and Ethernet interfaces on a Cisco switch support the generic link up and down traps defined in SNMP MIB II. This sample output was captured on an ATM inverse multiplexing over an ATM (IMA) network module. It used the debug snmp packet command to view the contents of the traps.

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RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-20
Bill Nash (billn billn net)
RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
Darrell Hyde (DHyde HostMySite com)
> Does anyone know of a Linux utility that can watch the MAC
> address tables in Cisco switches and alert admins as to when
> a new device has been plugged in?

I'm not aware of a utility to do that specifically, but if you know a
little Perl, Net::Telnet::Cisco can be great for things like this.

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Network "Change Management" 2004-09-14
Dave Torre (dtorre fostercity org) (6 replies)
Does anyone know of a Linux utility that can watch the MAC address
tables in Cisco switches and alert admins as to when a new device has
been plugged in?

Basically, we have your standard client network with DHCP. Internet
access is restricted to authenticated users, and so are the file shares.
Howe

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Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
Zow Terry Brugger (zow llnl gov) (1 replies)
Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-18
Fred Leeflang (fredl dutchie org)
Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-17
Adrian Senn (adrian senn ch)
Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
Ben Nelson (lists venom600 org)
Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
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RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
Evan Pierce (evan pierce co za) (1 replies)
RE: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-17
Jose Hidalgo Herrera (jose hostarica com)
Re: Network "Change Management" 2004-09-16
Sam Baskinger (sam reefedge com)
LIDS 1.2.2rc3 for Linux kernel 2.4.27 released 2004-09-15
Yusuf Wilajati Purna (ywpurna users sourceforge net)
Hi,

LIDS 1.2.2rc3 for kernel 2.4.27 has been released.

LIDS 1.2.2rc3 includes the LIDS TDE application sandboxing feature
that becomes more stable. Network access restriction controlled by
CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE and CAP_NET_BROADCAST with port ranges has
been added to the LIDS sandbox feature to mak

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RE: rooted ? 2004-09-10
Scott Fagg (scott fagg arup com au)


> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: rooted ?
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> Sorry if this is not the correct forum,
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> Curious a day or so after a up2date on a fedor

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rooted ? 2004-09-09
Jason Rusch (kerberos_daemon infosec-rusch com) (3 replies)


Sorry if this is not the correct forum,

Curious a day or so after a up2date on a fedora 2 system, I noticed very sluggish behavior. After checking obvious things such as netstat, du, nmaping it from another machine and checking ps commands thoroughly I found nothing abnormal. I then moved onto

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Re: rooted ? 2004-09-11
Pat Parrinello (security txbs net)
Re: rooted ? 2004-09-10
Coleman (cokane cokane org) (1 replies)
Re: rooted ? 2004-09-12
hawk82 (hawk82 gmail com)
Re: rooted ? 2004-09-10
Oliver Baltzer (racon init ca)
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