Security, Hacking & Social Engineering Presentation.
robin at bullseye.tv
Tue Nov 1 05:58:34 UTC 2005
On Tue, 1 Nov 2005, Tony Nelson wrote:
> At 11:20 PM -0500 10/31/05, Robin Mordasiewicz wrote:
>> On Mon, 31 Oct 2005, Neil Cherry wrote:
>>> Jeff Vian wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 2005-10-31 at 17:16 +0100, Emmanuel Goldstein wrote:
>>>>> Man, the presentation is not related to any subject at university, Im
>>>>> not getting any profit from it and It doesnt even have anything to do
>>>>> with any teacher. Im just asking security proffessionals for
>>>>> information. If you do not have any, just dont say anything. Dont
>>>>> start assuming things that are completely false making me to look
>>>>> stupid in the list.
>>>> No one is making you look stupid. Fishing for assistance this way does
>>>> that well enough on it's own.
>>> And if he had only googled before he posted he'd know why using
>>> Emmanuel Goldstein was a bad choice as his nom du jour (unless
>>> he had a radio program but then he wouldn't be asking would he).
>>> Of course everyone needs a daily dose of irony. :-) A kind of
>>> circular form of irony?
>> The negative unhelpful attitudes expressed here are not representative of
>> most people in the community. For the people who do not wish to help, you
>> are just embarrassing the rest of us. Please stop. The original question
>> is perfectly fine, and you will surely find people interested in
>> discussing this with you.
> The guy is a troll. From the original message:
>> To: pen-test at lists.securityfocus.com, vuln-dev at securityfocus.com,
>> pen-test at securityfocus.com, security-basics at securityfocus.com,
>> nmap-hackers at insecure.org, full-disclosure at lists.grok.org.uk,
>> bugtraq at securityfocus.com, security-alerts at linuxsecurity.com,
>> fedora-list at redhat.com
>> My name's Luis and I'm a computer science student from Spain.
>> Emmanuel Goldstein.
>> Room 101, Ministry of Truth.
>> W2, London. Oceania.
> He's Luis from Spain and also Emmanuel Goldstein from 1984 and 2600, much
> fun for the security mavens he's supposedly just solocited help from.
>> I'm running
>> late so It would be great if you guys could send me some PowerPoint or
>> OO-Impress presentations, Pdf documents, or any kind of multimedia
> Please do his work for him.
>> The topics I'm going to cover, in no particular order, are:
>> - Sniffers
>> - Viruses
>> - Port Scanning
>> - Fingerprinting
>> - Unnecessary open ports
>> - Bad software configuration (web servers, databases, mail servers...)
>> - SQL injections
>> - Buffer Overflows
>> - Use of google as a information gathering tool.
>> - Firewalls
>> - DOS attacks
>> - Brute force attacks
>> - Cryptography.
>> - Cross site scripting
>> - Man-in-the-middle
>> - Intrusion Detection Systems
>> - Honeypots
>> - Identity Spoofing
>> - Social Engineering
>> - Gathering information from trash/rubbish
>> - Physical security in buildings. Access to the building, cable
>> sniffing, secure ID's...
>> - And more.... ;-)
> Please do a Master's Thesis lot of work for him. As others pointed out,
> this material can't be covered in only one semester.
> But feel free to help him; I'm sure you can afford the time. Meanwhile,
> don't complain that we noticed him for what he is. And don't complain when
> he doesn't actually need the Master's Thesis you make for him.
My mistake. Sorry I should have read earlier in the thread. My bad.
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