Tuesday, December 25, 2007

BSNL DataOne: Configuring Adsl Connection On Linux

BSNL DataOne: Configuring Adsl Connection On Linux
This is a little how-to to configure an ADSL connection in Linux, mainly in Fedora, I have assumed that you have already installed the distribution and that you have a LAN card in your computer which you are connecting to the router/modem.
In the steps, note that for your Dataone connection, you must use "username@dataone" as the username and your password.

In Fedora, go to: Desktop --> Administration --> Network, The window you will get will have title of "Network Configuration".- From the toolbar of this new window, click on "New" button. You will get a window with title "Add new Device Type".- In this new window, choose xDSL connection, click "Forward" and follow the prompt. It will ask you for the provider name (type anything. e.g. BSNL Dataone), your connection username (mintu@dataone in our example) and password.
Once setup is complete, to test the connection, go back to the "Network Configuration" window (or open it again as specified in the first point above), and select the new connection and click on Activate button in the toolbar.

Then make sure that the device will become automatically active when the computer boots up by selecting this connection in the network configuration window and by editing its profile and by checking the option that tells the device to activate on boot ups. Also, give normal users the option of controlling this device.- To disconnect, select the Deactivate button from the network configuration window.

Modem Configuration
Open browser and go BSNL)
The pc should be connected to ADSL Modem

How to Monitor the network

Add the Pandel=> Network Monitor

Monday, December 17, 2007

Hosting Multiple Web Sites on a Single Server

More than 87% of active domain names are found to share their IP addresses (i.e. their web servers) with one or more additional domains, and more than two third of active
domain names share their addresses with fifty or more additional domains. While this IP sharing is typically transparent to ordinary users, it causes complications for those who seek to filter the Internet, restrict users' ability to access certain controversial content on the basis of the IP address used to host that content. With so many sites sharing IP addresses, IP-based filtering efforts are bound to produce "overblocking" -- accidental and often unanticipated denial of access to web sites that abide by the stated filtering rules.

A single IIS server can host multiple web sites and normally each web site is tied to a IP address however if the machine only has one IP address it can still be configured to host multiple web sites by specifying a host header name for each web site as follows (you should first ensure you have multiple DNS entries all pointing to the IP address of the machine):
1)Start the Internet Information Services MMC snap-in (Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Internet Information Services)
2)Expand the server
3)Right click on the web site and select Properties
4)Next to the IP address (ensuring the actual IP address is selected) click the Advanced button
5)Select the IP address entry and click Edit
6)Enter the DNS host entry for the web site and set the port to 80
7) Click OK Click OK to the main dialog
8)Repeat for all other web sites
9)When the client connects the DNS name requested is passed in the header as the host name and that is what is mapped.
If the Web site requested in the host header is stopped, the client receives the default Web site. Therefore, it is recommended that an ISP use the default Web site as the ISP home page, rather than for a customer site. Multiple sites on a single Professional installation is not supported.
Also do not configure a header host name for the default web site as this may cause problems for other packages such as Proxy Server which expect the default web site to use port 80, IP address of "All Unassigned" and no host header name.

What is the difference between a static IP number and a Shared IP number

A Static IP Address is when a website has their very own IP Address. This means that whether you type in your URL or the IP address of your website, both will bring you to the same page.

Shared IP Address - Every web server around the world is assigned an Internet Protocol (IP) address. An example of an IP address would look something like: [126.703.4.151]. Most websites on the world wide web are hosted on shared IP addresses, meaning that one server with one IP address can hold several domain names.A shared IP Address is when multiple websites all share the same IP Address. In this case, the web server does a little bit of extra work when it receives your web request, and passes you to the correct website. Typing in the IP Address will not bring you to your desired website, under most conditions. Why do we need this? I’m sure you noticed that, based on the above definition of an IP Address, that there is a finite number of IP Addresses available before we run out completely. If every single website on the internet had it’s own IP Address, there would be no room for any new ones.
Back to our home address analogy, you might consider a static IP Address to be a stand-alone home. There is only one house who gets mail at that address. You might then consider a shared IP Address to be an apartment building. Many different households get their mail at the same location, and in turn it is distributed to the correct location.

Friday, December 14, 2007

how to know which port are open

for window XP type in run ->cmd->nestat -an
Check this list of trojan ports , if you find an open port in this list, the host might be infected with a trojan, download the trojan and try connecting to the port.

TCP 1 Breach.2001, SocketsDeTroie.230, SocketsDeTroie.250 TCP 28 Amanda.200 TCP 31 MastersParadise.920 TCP 68 Subseven.100 TCP 142 NetTaxi.180 TCP 146 Infector.141, Intruder.100, Intruder.100 TCP 171 ATrojan.200 TCP 285 WCTrojan.100 TCP 286 WCTrojan.100 TCP 334 Backage.310 TCP 370 NeuroticKat.120, NeuroticKat.130 TCP 413 Coma.109 TCP 420 Breach.450 TCP 555 Id2001.100, PhaseZero.100, StealthSpy.100 TCP 623 Rtb666.160 TCP 660 Zaratustra.100 TCP 661 Noknok.800, Noknok.820 TCP 666 BackConstruction.210, BackConstruction.250, Bla.100, Bla.200, Bla.400, Bla.503, Cain.150, Dimbus.100, Noknok.820, Ripper.100, SatansBackdoor.100, SatansBackdoor.101, SatansBackdoor.102, Unicorn.100, Unicorn.101, Unicorn.110 TCP 667 SniperNet.210, Snipernet.220 TCP 668 Unicorn.101, Unicorn.110 TCP 680 Rtb666.160 TCP 777 Tiny.100, Undetected.230, Undetected.300, Undetected.310, Undetected.320, Undetected.330, Undetected.331, Undetected.332 TCP 785 NetworkTerrorist.100 TCP 800 NeuroticKitten.010 TCP 831 NeuroticKat.100, NeuroticKat.120, NeuroticKat.130 TCP 901 NetDevil.130, NetDevil.140 TCP 1000 DerSpaeher.200 TCP 1001 Silencer.100 TCP 1008 AutoSpy.100 TCP 1010 DerSpaeher.200 TCP 1015 Doly.150 TCP 1111 TPort.100 TCP 1130 Noknok.800, Noknok.820 TCP 1207 SoftWAR.100 TCP 1243 Subseven.100, SubSeven.110, SubSeven.180, SubSeven.190, Subseven.200 TCP 1245 VoodooDoll.006 TCP 1269 Matrix.130 TCP 1480 RemoteHack.130 TCP 1568 RemoteHack.100, RemoteHack.110 TCP 1600 DirectConnection.100 TCP 1601 DirectConnection.100 TCP 1602 DirectConnection.100 TCP 1634 NetCrack.100 TCP 1784 Snid.120, Snid.212 TCP 1999 TransmissionScout.100, TransmissionScout.110 TCP 2000 ATrojan.200, InsaneNetwork.400 TCP 2001 DIRT.220, TrojanCow.100 TCP 2003 TransmissionScout.100, TransmissionScout.110 TCP 2023 RipperPro.100 TCP 2040 InfernoUploader.100 TCP 2115 Bugs.100 TCP 2140 DeepThroat.100, DeepThroat.200, DeepThroat.310 TCP 2332 SilentSpy.202 TCP 2589 Dagger.140 TCP 2600 DigitalRootbeer.100 TCP 2989 Rat.200 TCP 3128 MastersParadise.970 TCP 3129 MastersParadise.920, MastersParadise.970 TCP 3150 DeepThroat.100, DeepThroat.200, DeepThroat.310, MiniBacklash.110 TCP 3215 BlackStar.100, Ghost.230 TCP 3333 Daodan.123 TCP 3410 OptixPro.100, OptixPro.110 TCP 3456 Force.155, TerrorTrojan.100 TCP 3505 AutoSpy.130, AutoSpy.140 TCP 3586 Snid.120, Snid.212 TCP 3700 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 3723 Mantis.100 TCP 3800 Eclypse.100 TCP 3996 RemoteAnything.364 TCP 4000 SkyDance.220, SkyDance.229 TCP 4201 Wartrojan.160, Wartrojan.200 TCP 4225 SilentSpy.202 TCP 4321 Bobo.100 TCP 4444 AlexTrojan.200, Crackdown.100 TCP 4488 EventHorizon.100 TCP 4523 Celine.100 TCP 4545 InternalRevise.100, RemoteRevise.150 TCP 4567 FileNail.100 TCP 4666 Mneah.100 TCP 4950 ICQTrojan.100 TCP 5005 Aladino.060 TCP 5025 Keylogger.WMRemote.100 TCP 5031 NetMetro.104 TCP 5032 NetMetro.104 TCP 5033 NetMetro.104 TCP 5050 RoxRat.100 TCP 5151 OptixLite.020, OptixLite.030, OptixLite.040 TCP 5190 MBomber.100 TCP 5277 WinShell.400 TCP 5343 WCRat.100 TCP 5400 BackConstruction.120, BackConstruction.150, BladeRunner.080, DeepThroat.300 TCP 5401 BackConstruction.120, BackConstruction.150, BackConstruction.210, BackConstruction.250, BladeRunner.080, DeepThroat.300, Mneah.100 TCP 5402 BackConstruction.210, BackConstruction.250, BladeRunner.080, DeepThroat.300, Mneah.100 TCP 5534 TheFlu.100 TCP 5550 XTCP.200, XTCP.201 TCP 5555 Noxcape.100, Noxcape.200 TCP 5695 Assassin.100 TCP 5714 WinCrash.100 TCP 5741 WinCrash.100 TCP 5742 WinCrash.103 TCP 5802 Y3KRat.160 TCP 5810 Y3KRat.160 TCP 5838 Y3KRat.170 TCP 5858 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5880 Y3KRat.140 TCP 5881 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5882 Y3KRat.100, Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 TCP 5883 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5884 Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 TCP 5885 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5886 Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5887 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 TCP 5888 Y3KRat.100, Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 TCP 5889 Y3KRat.100, Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 TCP 5890 Y3KRat.140 TCP 6400 Thething.100, Thething.150 TCP 6556 AutoSpy.120, AutoSpy.122 TCP 6655 Aqua.020 TCP 6660 LameSpy.095 TCP 6666 LameRemote.100, ProjectMayhem.100 TCP 6669 Vampire.100 TCP 6670 DeepThroat.200, DeepThroat.210 TCP 6671 DeepThroat.310 TCP 6699 HostControl.101 TCP 6711 DeepThroat.300, Noknok.820, SubSeven.180, SubSeven.190 TCP 6712 Subseven.100 TCP 6713 Subseven.100 TCP 6767 NTRC.120 TCP 6776 SubSeven.180, SubSeven.190, Subseven.200 TCP 6789 Doly.200 TCP 6796 SubSeven.214 TCP 6912 ShitHeep.100 TCP 6939 Indoctrination.100 TCP 6953 Lithium.100 TCP 6969 2000Cracks.100, Bigorna.100, Danton.110, Danton.210, Danton.220, Danton.310, Danton.320, Danton.330, GateCrasher.110, NetController.108, Sparta.110, VagrNocker.120 TCP 6970 Danton.330 TCP 7001 Freak88.100 TCP 7119 Massaker.100 TCP 7200 Massaker.110 TCP 7300 Coced.221 TCP 7301 Coced.221 TCP 7306 NetSpy.200, NetSpy.200 TCP 7410 Phoenix.190, Phoenix.200 TCP 7511 Genue.100 TCP 7609 Snid.120, Snid.212 TCP 7614 Wollf.130 TCP 7648 BlackStar.100, Ghost.230 TCP 7788 Last.2000, Matrix.200 TCP 7826 MiniOblivion.010, Oblivion.010 TCP 7887 SmallFun.110 TCP 7891 Revenger.100 TCP 7979 VagrNocker.200 TCP 7997 VagrNocker.200 TCP 8000 XConsole.100 TCP 8011 Way.240 TCP 8012 Ptakks.215, Ptakks.217 TCP 8110 LoseLove.100 TCP 8111 LoseLove.100 TCP 8301 LoseLove.100 TCP 8302 LoseLove.100 TCP 8372 NetBoy.100 TCP 8720 Connection.130 TCP 8734 AutoSpy.110 TCP 8811 Force.155 TCP 8899 Last.2000 TCP 9000 Aristotles.100 TCP 9301 LoseLove.100 TCP 9400 InCommand.100, InCommand.110, InCommand.120, InCommand.130, InCommand.140, InCommand.150, InCommand.153, InCommand.160, InCommand.167, InCommand.170 TCP 9401 InCommand.100, InCommand.110, InCommand.170 TCP 9402 InCommand.100, InCommand.110 TCP 9561 CRatPro.110 TCP 9563 CRatPro.110 TCP 9580 TheefLE.100 TCP 9696 Danton.210, Ghost.230 TCP 9697 Danton.320, Danton.330, Ghost.230 TCP 9870 R3C.100 TCP 9872 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 9873 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 9874 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 9875 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 9876 Rux.100, SheepGoat.100 TCP 9877 SmallBigBrother.020 TCP 9878 SmallBigBrother.020, TransmissionScout.100, TransmissionScout.110, TransmissionScout.120 TCP 9879 SmallBigBrother.020 TCP 9999 ForcedEntry.100, Infra.100, Prayer.120, Prayer.130, TakeOver.200, TakeOver.300 TCP 10001 DTr.130, DTr.140 TCP 10013 Amanda.200 TCP 10067 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 10100 Gift.240 TCP 10101 NewSilencer.100 TCP 10167 PortalOfDoom.100 TCP 10528 HostControl.100, HostControl.260 TCP 10607 Coma.109 TCP 10666 Ambush.100 TCP 11011 Amanda.200 TCP 11050 HostControl.101 TCP 11051 HostControl.100, HostControl.260 TCP 11223 AntiNuke.100, Progenic.100, Progenic.110 TCP 11225 Cyn.100, Cyn.103, Cyn.120 TCP 11306 Noknok.800, Noknok.820 TCP 11831 Katux.200, Latinus.140, Latinus.150, Pest.100, Pest.400 TCP 11991 PitfallSurprise.100 TCP 12043 Frenzy.2000 TCP 12345 Fade.100, Netbus.160, Netbus.170, VagrNocker.400 TCP 12346 Netbus.160, Netbus.170 TCP 12348 Bionet.210, Bionet.261, Bionet.280, Bionet.302, Bionet.305, Bionet.311, Bionet.313, Bionet.316, Bionet.317 TCP 12349 Bionet.084, Bionet.261, Bionet.280, Bionet.302, Bionet.305, Bionet.311, Bionet.313, Bionet.314, Bionet.316, Bionet.317, Bionet.401, Bionet.402 TCP 12389 KheSanh.210 TCP 12478 Bionet.210 TCP 12623 Buttman.090, Buttman.100 TCP 12624 Buttman.090, Buttman.100 TCP 12625 Buttman.100 TCP 12904 Akropolis.100, Rocks.100 TCP 13473 Chupacabra.100 TCP 13753 AFTP.010 TCP 14100 Eurosol.100 TCP 14194 CyberSpy.840 TCP 14286 HellDriver.100 TCP 14500 PCInvader.050, PCInvader.060, PCInvader.070 TCP 14501 PCInvader.060, PCInvader.070 TCP 14502 PCInvader.050, PCInvader.060, PCInvader.070 TCP 14503 PCInvader.050, PCInvader.060, PCInvader.070 TCP 14504 PCInvader.050, PCInvader.060 TCP 15092 HostControl.100, HostControl.260 TCP 15382 SubZero.100 TCP 15432 Cyn.210 TCP 15555 ICMIBC.100 TCP 16322 LastDoor.100 TCP 16484 MoSucker.110 TCP 16661 Dfch.010 TCP 16969 Progenic.100 TCP 16982 AcidShiver.100 TCP 17300 Kuang.200 TCP 17499 CrazzyNet.370, CrazzyNet.375, CrazzyNet.521 TCP 17500 CrazzyNet.370, CrazzyNet.375, CrazzyNet.521 TCP 17569 Infector.141, Infector.160, Infector.170, Infector.180, Infector.190, Infector.200, Intruder.100, Intruder.100 TCP 17593 AudioDoor.120 TCP 19191 BlueFire.035, BlueFire.041 TCP 19604 Metal.270 TCP 19605 Metal.270 TCP 19991 Dfch.010 TCP 20000 Millenium.100 TCP 20001 Millenium.100, PshychoFiles.180 TCP 20002 AcidKor.100, PshychoFiles.180 TCP 20005 MoSucker.200, MoSucker.210, MoSucker.220 TCP 21212 Schwindler.182 TCP 21554 Exploiter.100, Exploiter.110, Girlfriend.130, GirlFriend.135 TCP 21579 Breach.2001 TCP 21584 Breach.2001 TCP 21684 Intruse.134 TCP 22068 AcidShiver.110 TCP 22115 Cyn.120 TCP 22222 Prosiak.047, Ruler.141, Rux.300, Rux.400, Rux.500, Rux.600 TCP 22223 Rux.400, Rux.500, Rux.600 TCP 22456 Bla.200, Bla.503 TCP 22457 AcidShiver.120, Bla.200, Bla.503 TCP 22784 Intruzzo.110 TCP 22845 Breach.450 TCP 22847 Breach.450 TCP 23005 Infinaeon.110, NetTrash.100, Oxon.110, WinRat.100 TCP 23006 Infinaeon.110, NetTrash.100, Oxon.110, WinRat.100 TCP 23032 Amanda.200 TCP 23432 Asylum.010, Asylum.012, Asylum.013, Asylum.014, MiniAsylum.110 TCP 23456 EvilFTP.100, VagrNocker.400 TCP 23476 DonaldDick.153, DonaldDick.154, DonaldDick.155 TCP 23477 DonaldDick.153 TCP 24000 Infector.170 TCP 24307 Wildek.020 TCP 25386 MoonPie.220 TCP 25486 MoonPie.220 TCP 25555 FreddyK.100, FreddyK.200 TCP 25556 FreddyK.100 TCP 25685 MoonPie.010, MoonPie.012, MoonPie.130, MoonPie.220, MoonPie.240, MoonPie.400 TCP 25686 MoonPie.135, MoonPie.200, MoonPie.400 TCP 25982 MoonPie.135, MoonPie.200 TCP 26274 Delta.050 TCP 27160 MoonPie.135, MoonPie.200 TCP 27184 Alvgus.100, Alvgus.800 TCP 27374 Muerte.110, Subseven.210, SubSeven.213 TCP 28429 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28430 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28431 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28432 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28433 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28434 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28435 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 28436 Hack'a'Tack.2000 TCP 29559 DuckToy.100, DuckToy.101, Katux.200, Latinus.140, Latinus.150, Pest.100, Pest.400 TCP 29891 Unexplained.100 TCP 30000 Infector.170 TCP 30001 Error32.100 TCP 30003 LamersDeath.100 TCP 30029 AOLTrojan.110 TCP 30100 NetSphere.127, NetSphere.130, NetSphere.131 TCP 30101 NetSphere.127, NetSphere.130, NetSphere.131 TCP 30102 NetSphere.127, NetSphere.130, NetSphere.131 TCP 30103 NetSphere.131 TCP 30947 Intruse.134 TCP 31320 LittleWitch.400, LittleWitch.420 TCP 31337 BackOrifice.120, Khaled.100, OPC.200 TCP 31415 Lithium.101 TCP 31416 Lithium.100, Lithium.101 TCP 31557 Xanadu.110 TCP 31631 CleptoManicos.100 TCP 31745 Buschtrommel.100, Buschtrommel.122 TCP 31785 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 TCP 31787 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 TCP 31789 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 TCP 31791 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 TCP 31887 BDDT.100 TCP 31889 BDDT.100 TCP 32100 ProjectNext.053 TCP 32418 AcidBattery.100 TCP 32791 Akropolis.100, Rocks.100 TCP 33291 RemoteHak.001 TCP 33333 Blackharaz.100, Prosiak.047, SubSeven.214 TCP 33577 SonOfPsychward.020 TCP 34324 TelnetServer.100 TCP 34763 Infector.180, Infector.190, Infector.200 TCP 35000 Infector.190, Infector.200 TCP 35600 Subsari.140 TCP 36794 BugBear.100 TCP 37237 Mantis.020 TCP 37651 YAT.210 TCP 37653 YAT.310 TCP 40308 Subsari.140 TCP 40412 TheSpy.100 TCP 40421 MastersParadise.970 TCP 40422 MastersParadise.970 TCP 40999 DiemsMutter.110, DiemsMutter.140 TCP 41626 Shah.100 TCP 44444 Prosiak.070 TCP 45673 Akropolis.100, Rocks.100 TCP 47262 Delta.050 TCP 48006 Fragglerock.200 TCP 49683 HolzPferd.210 TCP 50000 Infector.180 TCP 50130 Enterprise.100 TCP 50766 Fore.100 TCP 51234 Cyn.210 TCP 51966 Cafeini.080, Cafeini.110 TCP 54321 PCInvader.010 TCP 57341 NetRaider.100 TCP 57922 Bionet.084 TCP 58008 Tron.100 TCP 58009 Tron.100 TCP 59090 AcidReign.200 TCP 59211 DuckToy.100, DuckToy.101 TCP 59345 NewFuture.100 TCP 60000 DeepThroat.300, MiniBacklash.100, MiniBacklash.101, MiniBacklash.101 TCP 60411 Connection.100, Connection.130 TCP 60412 Connection.130 TCP 60552 RoxRat.100 TCP 63536 InsaneNetwork.500 TCP 63878 AphexFTP.100 TCP 63879 AphexFTP.100 TCP 64969 Lithium.100 TCP 65000 Socket.100 UDP 1 SocketsDeTroie.250 UDP 666 Bla.200, Bla.400, Bla.503, Noknok.820 UDP 1130 Noknok.800, Noknok.820 UDP 2140 DeepThroat.100, DeepThroat.200, DeepThroat.310 UDP 2989 Rat.200 UDP 3128 MastersParadise.970 UDP 3129 MastersParadise.920, MastersParadise.970 UDP 3150 DeepThroat.100, DeepThroat.200, DeepThroat.310, MiniBacklash.110 UDP 3333 Daodan.123 UDP 3800 Eclypse.100 UDP 3996 RemoteAnything.364 UDP 4000 RemoteAnything.364 UDP 5555 Daodan.123 UDP 5881 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.140 UDP 5882 Y3KRat.100, Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 UDP 5883 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.140 UDP 5884 Y3KRat.140, Y3KRat.150 UDP 5885 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 UDP 5886 Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 UDP 5887 Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.140 UDP 5888 Y3KRat.100, Y3KRat.110, Y3KRat.120, Y3KRat.150 UDP 6953 Lithium.100 UDP 8012 Ptakks.217 UDP 10067 PortalOfDoom.100 UDP 10167 PortalOfDoom.100 UDP 10666 Ambush.100 UDP 11225 Cyn.100, Cyn.103, Cyn.120 UDP 11306 Noknok.800, Noknok.820 UDP 12389 KheSanh.210 UDP 12623 Buttman.090, Buttman.100 UDP 12625 Buttman.100 UDP 14100 Eurosol.100 UDP 23476 DonaldDick.155 UDP 26274 Delta.050 UDP 27184 Alvgus.100 UDP 28431 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 28432 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 28433 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 28434 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 28435 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 28436 Hack'a'Tack.2000 UDP 29891 Unexplained.100 UDP 30103 NetSphere.131 UDP 31320 LittleWitch.400, LittleWitch.420 UDP 31337 BackOrifice.120, OPC.200 UDP 31416 Lithium.100, Lithium.101 UDP 31789 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 UDP 31791 Hack'a'Tack.100, Hack'a'Tack.112 UDP 33333 Blackharaz.100 UDP 47262 Delta.050 UDP 49683 HolzPferd.210 UDP 60000 MiniBacklash.100

What do I need to be able to hack?

1)you need to understand how your computers operating system works, networks and protocols works, security settings and general PC knowledge. After you understand how it works you need hacking tools which helps you to hack.
2)There is no easy way how to hack. Google is your best friend.. REMEMBER THAT! Read any information you can find on hacking. Read hacking forums and check out hacking websites. Learn a programming language like C++. Get a book like Hacking for Dummies which will teach you alot.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Where is the Run command on Windows Start Menu?

Let's find and enable it for you.

Right click on the Start button and click on Properties
Right away we can see that choice to be made: "Start Menu" or "Classic Start Menu". The good news is that the one you're currently using will already be selected, and I'm going to assume you don't want to change this right now.
Classic Start Menu
Click the Customize button:
Make sure that the Display Run option is checked.
Start Menu
For the not-Classic version, once again click the Customize button. Then click the Advanced tab, and in the Start Menu Items list, and scroll down until you see the item Run command:
Make sure that's checked.
OK your way back out, and the Run... command should be visible on your start menu.

What Is a Hacker?

Hacker has several common meanings, the unifying characteristic of which is only that it refers to a person who is an avid computer enthusiast. It is most commonly used as a pejorative by the mass media to refer to a person who engages in illegal computer trespass remotely via some sort of communications network .There is a community, a shared culture, of expert programmers and networking wizards that traces its history back through decades to the first time-sharing minicomputers and the earliest ARPAnet experiments. The members of this culture originated the term ‘hacker’. Hackers built the Internet. Hackers made the Unix operating system what it is today. Hackers run Usenet. Hackers make the World Wide Web work. If you are part of this culture, if you have contributed to it and other people in it know who you are and call you a hacker, you're a hacker.