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Posted on 24-10-09 02:49
What could, damage wise, happen if someone got a hold of my IP and how could i prevent it from happening. I know that you can trace Email and get the IP through gMail, no spoiler so shut up for tracing1, and get it threw bit torrent, not gonna explain, if they used the steps like the ones given above what could they do? I'm kinda a noob who needs guidance. I'm not trying to be LEET Haxxor okay.


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Posted on 24-10-09 03:05
9/10 would read again
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Posted on 24-10-09 03:12
First off, when you receive an email, the IP that it shows isn't the IP of the sender, it's the IP of the SMTP server that the mail went through.

With your IP, a person could find your general location (country) and hostname, and your ISP. That's about it unless you've got some vulnerable ftp ports open or something.


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Posted on 24-10-09 03:14
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That's about it


Nope, try again.
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Posted on 24-10-09 03:24
haha f16 what are you noping about


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Posted on 24-10-09 03:27
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you can be attacked with Denial of Service or Ping of Death.


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Posted on 24-10-09 03:28
not to mention being puttied or even worst

maybe like

just maybe they'll steal your ip and spoof theirs with yours and start hacking peoples stuff and when the look into the logs it'll show that you did all of it :right:

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Posted on 24-10-09 04:16
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haha f16 what are you noping about

He's not noping... He's NOPing to make sure an effective post after his lands in the community's memory space.

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With your IP, a person could find your general location (country) and hostname, and your ISP. That's about it unless you've got some vulnerable ftp ports open or something.

The hardware that faces the Net is a target from traffic that it accepts. The question is not how to access the computer, but how to exploit the hardware in between to exploit the computer.

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being puttied...
steal your ip and spoof theirs with yours...
when the look into the logs it'll show that you did all of it...

haha

You're just awful at being useful, aren't you?

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If you have a router, explore its interface and configure the logging. Then, see what types of traffic come to its external network interface. Also, read up on exploits or technical analysis of your particular model. Try studying how your hardware handles traffic of different types, as that is what would happen should you be targeted.

If you don't have a router, get one.


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Posted on 24-10-09 05:15
very well put "define!"

for some reason i feel your name should be #define for some reason haha


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Posted on 24-10-09 18:35
Apophis wrote:
First off, when you receive an email, the IP that it shows isn't the IP of the sender, it's the IP of the SMTP server that the mail went through.

With your IP, a person could find your general location (country) and hostname, and your ISP. That's about it unless you've got some vulnerable ftp ports open or something.






when you show the original message? on gMail? well... then how would you besides the torrent one?


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Posted on 24-10-09 19:15
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when you show the original message? on gMail? well... then how would you besides the torrent one?

IP logs on websites like this one.


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Posted on 26-10-09 01:20
You have to worry if you have a vulnerable service running. As mentioned befor they can also get yoyr general location and isp.


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Posted on 26-10-09 20:07
Basically, if someone got ahold of your IP-address, they could search through your system for vulnerabilities, but unless they are very good or you are a total newb, nothing would happen.
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Posted on 27-10-09 04:27
Basically dude, no matter what your ip is stored to every single site, online program, chat client's database servers and even if you do change it somebody somewhere and sniff them out or even social engineer the ip address out of them. trust me, no matter what you do man there's nothing you can do to stop what's going on. the only way to for sure the best secure way to make sure NOBODY knows your ip address is to get your service switched and ask them for the best encryption they have and make that your ip address and then also once you get it only spoof it when you get on the web, hey man look for some ip spoofing software or just download Nmap to do it, it's not hard at all. but for real man, learn from this. it may be kinda out there but that's because i'm high and this seems insite ful.

hope it doesn't get deleted Smile


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Posted on 27-10-09 04:41
l3m0np13 wrote:
Basically dude, no matter what your ip is stored to every single site, online program, chat client's database servers and even if you do change it somebody somewhere and sniff them out or even social engineer the ip address out of them. trust me, no matter what you do man there's nothing you can do to stop what's going on. the only way to for sure the best secure way to make sure NOBODY knows your ip address is to get your service switched and ask them for the best encryption they have and make that your ip address and then also once you get it only spoof it when you get on the web, hey man look for some ip spoofing software or just download Nmap to do it, it's not hard at all. but for real man, learn from this. it may be kinda out there but that's because i'm high and this seems insite ful.

hope it doesn't get deleted Smile

Highly unintelligible, and nmap does spoofing for regular internet traffic? News to me. And what does service switched mean?


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Posted on 27-10-09 04:46
haha i'm just trying to get people to quote me

i know i'm not making sense

so blahhh! Grin


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Posted on 27-10-09 05:54
One thing I suggest, from experience, is to check for open ports.


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Posted on 27-10-09 07:28
most defiantly dude, open porns is a must, use nmap or create your own port sniffer, some are more valuable than others. good luck hunting Smile


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Posted on 27-10-09 21:25
Thanks guys for the help.

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