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Posted on 25-12-05 18:11
What are the softwares u ppl use to protect urself from the NET.
Like I suppose u wud be using some to Hide ur Ip or be using Proxy Servers.

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Posted on 25-12-05 20:01
i use this firewall Zone Alarm
and yeah sure proxies...
and Lavasoft Ad-Watch (i dont like it though)
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Posted on 25-12-05 21:02
ZoneAlarm 6 Suite
Spywareblaster
Spybot S&D 1.4
JAP (proxy tool Wink )


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Posted on 25-12-05 23:39
HijackThis


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Posted on 25-12-05 23:52
I liek your avatar+sig asylum... anyways, I just use my neighbours wireless connection Pfft


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Posted on 25-12-05 23:57
Yea, good progs Pfft
There are too many free anti-spyware progs out there


Tks, I run a GFX website, unfortunately it is down at the moment.


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Posted on 26-12-05 07:09
I just use the site someone mentioned on here.. um electric.sytes? somethin like that...

*Ahem* WE run the site lol.
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Posted on 26-12-05 08:03
haha I KNEW you were going to do that. Pfft I was doin it to tick ya off Pfft

OK, back on topic...

ZoneAlarm gets annoying if you jsut installed it. It asks for permission to do EVERYTHING!


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Posted on 26-12-05 10:39
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ZoneAlarm gets annoying if you jsut installed it. It asks for permission to do EVERYTHING!


And that's very good. If ZoneAlarm gives permission to a program because the prog is on a 'safe' list, it's very dangerous and certainly not a good firewall. Ever heard of firewall-injection... or something like that Pfft

Anyway, please note that ZoneAlarm is just a software firewall and that it's part of the system it needs to protect. To be safe, I recommend that you also use some sort of hardware firewall. I got some good experience with Linksys stuff Wink




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Posted on 26-12-05 11:29
I myself use Spybot -S & D
Spyware Doctor & use a Zone Alarm Firewall.

I also wanna ask what do u ppl use or do to hide ur IP's?
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Posted on 26-12-05 11:40
Proxies eh Wink

JAP is a very good tool that in my opinion offers very good anonymity

http://anon.inf.t. . .

I know, german site, but it's easy to find Wink

http://anon.inf.t. . .ex_en.html

=> english site Wink




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Posted on 26-12-05 12:52
I have NAT


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Posted on 26-12-05 13:10
I use TOR which is great, and also privoxy.


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Posted on 26-12-05 13:55
Now that you name that last one... The Proxomitron is also quite good... at least when there isn't a router or something between your modem and your pc; else the thing is worthj sh*t Pfft Wink


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Posted on 26-12-05 19:25
But does these work with a dial up connection & with Opera as the browser.
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Posted on 26-12-05 20:36
Yup, those tools are (if I gor it correct) browser independant. You just conenct to an IP (e.g. 127.0.0.1:8080) which the tool made for you and you're done.


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Posted on 26-12-05 21:55
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And that's very good. If ZoneAlarm gives permission to a program because the prog is on a 'safe' list, it's very dangerous and certainly not a good firewall. Ever heard of firewall-injection... or something like that Pfft


Yes, that is a dangerous condition. There are many ways to exploit this. I've seen IE used to go and download rootkits, among other things. I've see people recreate spaceless piping reverse telnet shells (similar to the *nix telnet | sh | telnet, only its telnet | cmd | telnet) using telnet (as its on the allow list). You're only limited by your imagination.

But you want to know whats really scary? You know the commands to manipulate Windows process from sysinternals? Its possible to use the `pskill' command to actually kill the firewall, thus rendering it useless. Attackers can also do this to your AV, your anti-spyware, to anything.

So, once they get access, its game over.


"Root is a state of mind" -- K0resh