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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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OK, so you are hanging your hat  on javascript.  Fair enough.


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Right.  I think the easiest kind of malware to propagate.

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Right.  So answer the subthread:  you think javascript is insecure
then?  Noted.


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Yes.  Encrypted zip files.  But again it would presumably rely on the
Javascript downloading them, opening them, installing them.  I would
image most AV programs should detect that.

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Script = java.  Noted again.

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So .NET is immune from such attacks. Java is the evil enabler.  Noted.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

"RayLopez99" wrote:

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It's not about script security, as I said below. Script is commonly
used to prime memory with shellcode prior to triggering the
vulnerability. Without an exploitable component, what the script does
is harmless.

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You don't understand. A zip file is not binary shellcode which is the
initial payload in these kind of attacks.

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Not always.


Not at all. If a .NET component is buggy it may be exploitable.

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Java is another way, together with javascript, any other scripting as
used internally by different media types and also scripts loaded in
html pages, including VBscript.



Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

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Doublespeak noted. "Guns don't kill people, people do".

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YOU don't understand.  The issue is "encoding technique" that evades
the IPS. Got that?

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Nothing is always.

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MAY?  That's your rebuttal?  Like I said, .NET is immune (largely--so
there's my fudge) from such attack.

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OK.  VBscript--I don't know if .NET uses this or not, but I would
imagine the VB module does, but not sure about the C# module.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

"RayLopez99" wrote:

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I understand vey well, since decoding exploits and disassembling
malware is what takes up a lot of my time. Your replies indicate
that you're not understanding what I write or are simply trolling.
Therefore, I will not continue this discussion with you.



Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 01:34:02 -0000, Ant wrote:

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*LOL*
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

ae02c8d3b898@k13g2000vbq.googlegroups.com:

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buffer overflow can be a code or database exploit. Damn, just check
microsofts december patch list for several. Some of the information is
pretty detailed; but I think if you quit with the high horse nonsense you
can pick it up. and, if you don't understand something; You'll have a
better chance of getting a useful answer.


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challenges and excited by interesting toys, and to judge the interest of
work or other activities in terms of the challenges offered and the toys
they get to play with.

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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Why don't you please explain it then, instead of just saying "it's
pretty detailed"?  Most of Microsoft's patch list and breaking code
list stuff to me sounds pretty cryptic, then again I don't belong to
their MSDN subscriber package, which costs a couple of thousand a
year, so maybe I don't get the detailed explanation.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Wed, 15 Dec 2010 15:16:48 -0800 (PST), RayLopez99 wrote:

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Yeah, Dustin why not do all the work for this lazy bastard.

*LOL*
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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All you do is "laugh out loud" like the loudmouth crazy you are.  LOL.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Thu, 16 Dec 2010 06:45:52 -0800 (PST), RayLopez99 wrote:

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But I'm not a lazy bastard who comes to Usenet with his mouth open
ready to suck any wiener that will do my work for me.

Btw, chin, wipe, drool, RL. lol
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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"But", butt boi?  So you admit you are a loudmouth?

Now here's a conundrum for you, Ari.  You are not superstitious are
you?  Surely you don't believe in curses?  So I place a Balkan curse
on your head.  Check the header on this post if you don't believe it's
coming from the Balkans.  By the reading of this post something bad
will happen to you within the next 12 months, like a serious car
accident resulting in death, fatal cancer, or financial ruin leading
to suicide, unless you reply to this thread.

So you're in a bind Ari. If you reply to this thread, you let the
whole world know that you believe in this "nonsense".  Your
credibility as a rational person is shot (more than it already is).
Yet if you don't reply...

Ball is in your court Ari.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 05:49:27 -0800 (PST), RayLopez99 wrote:

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No that's your asshole, now roll back over and quit making a fool out
of yourself.

http://tinyurl.com/39zl3ar
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

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Ah, very wise.  You did reply, because you are afraid of the curse.
Good choice.

Just keep in mind one thing however:  though you're off the hook--for
now--the very fact you believe means I own you.  At any time I can
invoke the curse again.

So you are dismissed and free to go little man--for now.

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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To be honest, I'm of the mindset that you need to have done your homework
as best as you could before asking general questions about the subject.
IE: you would already know the answer and then you can ask specific
questions you might not know, AND, you'll understand my and others
replies to them. I'm not trying to come across as a wiseass or anything
like that nor do I intend to insult you.


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Hackers are generally only very weakly motivated by conventional rewards
such as social approval or money. They tend to be attracted by
challenges and excited by interesting toys, and to judge the interest of
work or other activities in terms of the challenges offered and the toys
they get to play with.

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Sun, 12 Dec 2010 05:21:43 -0800 (PST), RayLopez99 wrote:

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I see it now. Thanks.

your head is in full focus. *LOL*
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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Do you have the link I posted on that health forum about my nuts?
What forum was that?  Do you remember?  Been trying to find it as I
have another question for them.

Thanks,

RL

Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Sun, 12 Dec 2010 12:27:57 -0800 (PST), RayLopez99 wrote:

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http://tinyurl.com/39zl3ar

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lol
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


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That page will be gone within 24 hours.


Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?

On Sun, 12 Dec 2010 15:59:03 -0600, G. Morgan wrote:

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It's already been cropped down to that, Ray's a busy boy.
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Re: Anonymous hackers - how dey do dat?


Talking to yourself again?  How many handles do you have, nymshifter?

RL

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