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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2005 8:15 pm Reply with quote
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Heya
I'm looking for a program/perl script which can scan several ip ranges and try to connect to port 21 using 'anonymous' username.
there are several windows progs out there but i dont even know 1 linux prog out there. i tried to write one in perl and c, but i haven't programmed something like that for a long time ago ...
so i really need your help. (and no links to nmap, nikto or nessus ...)
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2005 10:35 pm Reply with quote
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nmap is the shizzle. Wink

I will tell you this - black/grey hackers never use Windows (if they can help it) when they hack Wink .

It depends really exactly what you want to use this program for.
But instead of getting one small linux app. Get a distribution that has a complete security/auditing collection Wink . Im not going to name any here you will have to search. Also 2 of the most popular security distos may be merging soon which will be the best thing considering both have different apps that I prefer. Wink Razz. If you find any of these distros PM me and ask which is best in my opinion.

BTW try the Linux apps= TCPdump, dsniff and post under good linux forums

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 7:32 am Reply with quote
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in my opinion, it is not necessary to get a security distro/"hack" distro, because you can mostly download the tools u need. (thanks to open-source)
but i know some linux distri, like for wardriving and so ... they can be useful, but i just need a scan prog ... so i dont want to give up my sneaky slacky distro Smile
well, i think u dont mean distros like openwall do u? i think u mean the straight opposite of them ... well ...
i'm too tired to search for distros right now Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 7:57 am Reply with quote
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Ive had a few major F**k ups today and this is the third response Ive tried to finish before I screw it agiain, so I cant be bothered writing everything out again so Im just going to say...
"What ever floats your boat"

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 8:08 am Reply with quote
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"What ever floats your boat"

well, i dont know what you mean with that, but i'll try my best
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 8:13 am Reply with quote
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Well I havent had a very good day today lolz.
Downloading the files you need is one way whcih I agree with but Security Distros are great because there is a tool for every job. The next step is remastering or making your own security distro.
Best to make your own distro is by remastering knoppix/slax/kantonix (which is always a lot like installing gentoo). Linux From Scratch is another good way.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 9:57 am Reply with quote
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well ...
i tried lfs 6.1 and blfs 6.1 some weeks ago, and had big problems compiling the x-server (both, xfree and xorg) und gave it up.
next step is getting an amd64 athlon and then i probably will look for a nice compatible 64bit distro and learn to progg perl, because nmap is making a good service to me .....
well, i almost forgot about hydra from thc .... i think i have a look at it back again .....
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 10:20 am Reply with quote
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weeeee
nmap + thc is making a goof job to me Surprised
it's not pretty perfect or automated, but it's pretty good for me
weeeeee
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edit:
oops. at least for the scan only, i just even does not need nmap Twisted Evil
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Many people will disagree I am sure but I and many other Professional coders dont like perl at all. Its tasteless and a bit boring.
LFS seems to hang when you install X.
Gentoo is great if you want a fast reliable distro. I recommend it.

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Well right, i think perl is a great programming language, because there is no need to compile things, they just run at run-time. c ist great as we know, but it's rather old and there is no way u can write a program using sockets in seconds as u can do with perl ...
and i was havinig with lfs although i did follow the lfs tutorial _exactly_ as described, well, shit happenes
well i also tried to install gentoo, but that was shit. the site was telling me that there is no need to have an i-net connection when installing the universal-cd. but what happened? right. i couldnt compile my wlan drivers, because i had no kernel sources, because the F#$%ing shit wanted always to connect to the shitty net to download some f$%&!ng stupid things .... ah i hate that shit.
and i hate packet management. slackware is the only true linux Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 4:56 pm Reply with quote
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i think u were right, shai-tan.
do u know a good linux distri with all these nice tools out there (for AMD64)?

edit: (except whax - and how far is whax compatible with amd64? any known problems?)
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 6:25 pm Reply with quote
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fizzi wrote:
Well right, i think perl is a great programming language, because there is no need to compile things, they just run at run-time. c ist great as we know, but it's rather old and there is no way u can write a program using sockets in seconds as u can do with perl ...
and i was havinig with lfs although i did follow the lfs tutorial _exactly_ as described, well, shit happenes
well i also tried to install gentoo, but that was shit. the site was telling me that there is no need to have an i-net connection when installing the universal-cd. but what happened? right. i couldnt compile my wlan drivers, because i had no kernel sources, because the F#$%ing shit wanted always to connect to the shitty net to download some f$%&!ng stupid things .... ah i hate that shit.
and i hate packet management. slackware is the only true linux Cool


I think you forget to copy the /usr/portage/distfiles stuff Razz
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2005 8:22 pm Reply with quote
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erg0t wrote:
fizzi wrote:
Well right, i think perl is a great programming language, because there is no need to compile things, they just run at run-time. c ist great as we know, but it's rather old and there is no way u can write a program using sockets in seconds as u can do with perl ...
and i was havinig with lfs although i did follow the lfs tutorial _exactly_ as described, well, shit happenes
well i also tried to install gentoo, but that was shit. the site was telling me that there is no need to have an i-net connection when installing the universal-cd. but what happened? right. i couldnt compile my wlan drivers, because i had no kernel sources, because the F#$%ing shit wanted always to connect to the shitty net to download some f$%&!ng stupid things .... ah i hate that shit.
and i hate packet management. slackware is the only true linux Cool


I think you forget to copy the /usr/portage/distfiles stuff Razz


nope. i did do that Razz
(and i couldnt finde the kernel sources in there Rolling Eyes )
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fizzi wrote:
erg0t wrote:
fizzi wrote:
Well right, i think perl is a great programming language, because there is no need to compile things, they just run at run-time. c ist great as we know, but it's rather old and there is no way u can write a program using sockets in seconds as u can do with perl ...
and i was havinig with lfs although i did follow the lfs tutorial _exactly_ as described, well, shit happenes
well i also tried to install gentoo, but that was shit. the site was telling me that there is no need to have an i-net connection when installing the universal-cd. but what happened? right. i couldnt compile my wlan drivers, because i had no kernel sources, because the F#$%ing shit wanted always to connect to the shitty net to download some f$%&!ng stupid things .... ah i hate that shit.
and i hate packet management. slackware is the only true linux Cool


I think you forget to copy the /usr/portage/distfiles stuff Razz


nope. i did do that Razz
(and i couldnt finde the kernel sources in there Rolling Eyes )


If you downloaded the universal cd the things are there!
In the only cd that may not have these is in the minimal
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 4:16 am Reply with quote
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lolz Yes they do come on the universal cd.
Slackware is great but prefer Gentoo and Debian above it. Otherwise try remastering a Live CD distro. Its not so hard once you have done it once or twice Razz

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