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Nov
23
suggested suggested edit on Can you help me identify this USB cable?
Nov
23
comment Can you help me identify this USB cable?
@AndrejaKo We really need a picture of the actual cable from the OP to give an accurate answer. Preferably, one that clearly shows the pin-out on the RJ-45 end.
Nov
21
comment Excel keyboard shortcut to copy/fill down for all cells with non-blank adjacent cells?
Why does this look like a Mortal Kombat finishing move or something?
Nov
21
accepted Set a custom favicon locally, that carries across the entire site
Nov
21
accepted How can I put custom, color ascii art into Metasploit?
Nov
21
asked Strange output when listing installed software with psinfo
Nov
18
accepted Can someone explain how this happened?
Nov
18
comment Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
@daxelrod There's an interesting thought. Does the PS3 have a similar feature? It would be great if you could link to some documentation that specifically mentions the 0.0.0.0 ARP replies.
Nov
17
comment Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
The MAC addresses given at 0.0.0.0 are the same addresses that answer to the systems' regular IP.
Nov
17
comment Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
Pretty sure uPNP is disabled on the PS3. Don't know if that's an option for the iPod.
Nov
16
comment Can someone explain how this happened?
Netdiscover pretty much just spams ARP requests to RFC 1918 addresses and shows what comes back.
Nov
16
comment Can someone explain how this happened?
Looks like I'm not the only one that was slightly confused by this. Mind throwing in a little bit of Switching 101?
Nov
16
revised Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
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Nov
16
revised Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
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Nov
16
comment Can someone explain how this happened?
I'm still not following how this would have happened. The ARP request/reply had to pass through two other layer 2(ish) devices. Shouldn't it have stopped along the way at one of them? Or am I not remembering my routing & switching principles properly?
Nov
16
asked Why would an iPod Touch and PS3 respond to netdiscover as 0.0.0.0?
Nov
16
revised Can someone explain how this happened?
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Nov
16
comment Can someone explain how this happened?
Just as I finished writing this, I think I've gotten my head wrapped around it. But, for the sake of the community, I'd like to see what someone else will write up for it.
Nov
16
asked Can someone explain how this happened?
Nov
15
comment If a WiFi network has been hacked, can the origin of access be tracked or traced?
@PeanutsMonkey - If your PSK is reasonably strong, your wireless network should not be easily hackable by outside threats.