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Theme Music, Episode 27 for May 13, 2006
"Welcome to Security Weekly, Episode 27 for May 13, 2006"
From the PSW studios
“Welcome to this edition of Security Weekly, "
"I am your host Paul Asadoorian, “and I’m your co-host Larry Pesce" and we've also got our extra pecial host Twitchy. Also joining us in the studio today is Kevin Amorin, author of PacketFence. Kevin, tell us a little about PacketFence!
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On to listener feedback...
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Jon Barber writes:
The recent item you had on rootkits has prompted me to write to mention a great site that I've really enjoyed, and maybe others would profit from. www.pulltheplug.org hosts some excellent wargames, especially the vortex games. These are a really excellent way of learning how to write exploits using shellcode & buffer overflows, some of which aren't that widely known about.
The community centred there are really knowledgeable and helpful with any problems playing the games. I learned a lot playing these games, and the sense of satisfaction you get from completing a level is immense.
Please check it out, and maybe give it a mention if you find it of use ?
Oh and what GPS device to you guys recommend for war driving? Also what card and external antenna to use? I have a Dell notebook with the Intel ABG wireless card in it but I wanna get a external antenna onto it but you cant with it.
Kevin Amorin writes, er, kevin, why don't you tell us what you wrote!:
I like to send out packets to black whole ips and watch on the span for DNS reverse requests for that IP. A easy way to detect some sniffers, if they are using default configs
Paul Batitsta writes:
To go along with the BMW article here is some further reading on RFID hacking,
On the topic of promiscuous mode detection- A nifty way Ed Skoudis described was to put a packet on the wire with a incorrect destination mac address but correct IP address and wait for a response. If the host responds you know it should not have seen that packet but did anyways and is therefore in promiscuous mode.
[Music] Story Time With Twitchy
Twitchy tells us a hacking story about something...
Paul also has a story about Best Buy!
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