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Posted on 21-08-08 18:03
Hey all, I'm going back to school on wednesday of next week, or the 27th if you need a date.
I was wondering what programs you would recommend for my 1gb flash drive.
I was going to put on almost every way to get cmd prompt up and running.
Hopefully firefox mobile.
Any ideas would help, I dont have any preference on programs, or what they are used for.
I would just like to have some "fun" with our network at school.




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Posted on 21-08-08 18:06
Notepad++, some FTP client, A few compilers, and perhaps Perl. Dunno if you can though.



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Posted on 21-08-08 18:10
On notepad++, what are some basic things that you can do with it? Too lazy to google it now because I am doing some side-work.


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Posted on 21-08-08 18:19
a7x2thedeath wrote:
On notepad++, what are some basic things that you can do with it? Too lazy to google it now because I am doing some side-work.


notepad++ is a pimped-up version of notepad, it has features such as syntax highlighting and a tabbed document interface. It's way better compared to notepad.


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Wow, I feel like such a skiddie, but I have no idea what syntax highlighting is.
Tabbed document interface is like internet window tabs?


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Posted on 21-08-08 18:34
a7x2thedeath wrote:
Wow, I feel like such a skiddie, but I have no idea what syntax highlighting is.
Tabbed document interface is like internet window tabs?



Syntax Highlighting means that your code (notepad++ supports virtually every language), is "niced up". It will change the font color of variables, you can mini- and maximize loops, in all, better document structuring.

And yes, a tabbed interface means you can put documents in tabs, running in one window, like (most of) the web browsers of today.



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Posted on 21-08-08 19:02
remote shutdown. its a fun little freeware program to mess with classmates. use with discretion though, you dont want to shut down someone who is working on their resaerch paperSmile althought that got me kicked out of the class because the principal said i was "spreading some sort of virus" :angry:


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remote shutdown. its a fun little freeware program to mess with classmates. use with discretion though, you dont want to shut down someone who is working on their resaerch paperSmile althought that got me kicked out of the class because the principal said i was "spreading some sort of virus" :angry:


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Posted on 21-08-08 19:04
I planned on testing out remote shutdown because our school is a Tech school, but they leave cmd unblocked, so all I have to do is start it up and type "shutdown -i"


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Posted on 21-08-08 19:19
see if you can get Proxy Hunter and Cain installed on the school's computers.




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Posted on 21-08-08 20:08
Im trying not to install anything on the computers. That is why I am installing everything on my flash drive, like Miranda for in-school im'ing.


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You live in CT dont you? Just a recreational question because my school goes back the 27th too.
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Posted on 21-08-08 21:25
I started back just recently. My school allows command prompt Smile
I too would like to know what some good programs to have ready on a flash drive. .
Also, how could I get the actual IP of a machine I amworking on, ipconfig gave me an internal IP?

Thanks.

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(I got photoshop, fixing to play around with it and make a non annoying pic for my sig Smile )


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Posted on 21-08-08 21:29
If you want your external IP, go to whatismyip.org. If you're behind a proxy it'll display the IP configured in the proxy.



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Posted on 21-08-08 21:32
fuser wrote:
see if you can get Proxy Hunter and Cain installed on the school's computers.



bad idea on both counts. Schools don't like either.

If it is high school, then I recommend some good games. I have an N64 emulator that kept me sane. *shudder* info-tech was *shudder* the worst class ever.


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My school just got Linux on the majority of the computers except for the XP boxes at the libraryGrin. Perhaps try a packet sniffer and see how many Myspace passwords you can getGrinB) Some guy got 38 years for installing a keylogger to steal teachers passwords, so be careful about what you are doing.




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well... i have one prog we use all the time here in school.... Portable Counter Strike ;P haha xD
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Posted on 22-08-08 02:35
backtrack 2


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Posted on 26-08-08 03:14
^^^Please tell me you arent serious. What am I going to do with BackTrack 2 on a lan network with a desktop?


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Posted on 26-08-08 03:20
Please tell me you aren't serious! What cant you do with backtrack on a lan?! ARP poisoning, packet sniffing, MITM attacks, exploit servers, code in most of the major languages. Seems like a good tool to have at school to me :ninja:


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