Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Tor, tor, tor...

I now have two Tor servers up and running. One at home here on mah cable and one at work on a T1!! :) What ya think bout that??

Saturday, October 27, 2007



Name: NMAPbat
By: Anarchy Angel
EMail: anarchy[DOT]ang31 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

This comes with NMAP v3

Scan types:
sS - TCP SYN stealth scan
sT - TCP connect() scan
sU - UDP scan
sP - ping scan
sF, sX, sN - Stealth FIN, Xmas, or Null scans

You can also Set a range from port 1 to whatever you want

Sample: c:/nmapbat sS 80
That sting will scan target using a TCP
SYN stealth scan port 1 to 80

Defualt port range is 1-31337

I got sick of having to input these commands and anti-IDS settings while pen-testing the comps at work. You can use NMAPbat to get the most out of NMAP and its awsome abilities.


Friday, October 26, 2007

OMG!! part 2

So I got it fixed kinda. It turns out I had to download usbstor.inf to c:/windows/inf directory. Only now i have to go to device manager remove my thumb drive and make shista look for new hardware. . . GOD I hate M$.

Monday, October 22, 2007

R.I.P. Jade

My little Jade got killed today as she ran across the street in front of my house. I have had her as a pet for almost 6 years now, she was still just a baby. She loved the out doors, and hunting mice, rabbits, and birds. She also enjoyed picking on Cody "our dog" and sleeping in his bed and my chair. She leaves behind her brothers Kory, Joey, Jobe, and Cody. One Sister Kaylayn, and two loving parents, Christina, and Adam. She will be greatly missed by those she loved and those who loved her.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007


Holy shit Vista is pissing me off!!!!! For the life of me i cant get flash drives to work in the POS, from what i have been reading from M$ forums lots of ppl are feeling the same woes i am. I have tried every thing i can think of and everything in the forums. I fear i will be w/o my trusty flash drives until M$ gets around to making a fix for it :o(

Monday, October 15, 2007


Got mah first check from today :o)!!!!!!! it only cost about 6 dollars for a offer to get 28 bucks from them. You can do surveys, read emails, get cash back for shopping online @ stores they are affiliated with and they have tons of stores to pick from so you can get anything you want get cash back and in some cases they have deals running so you get money off as well. You can also play games and get paid for it, and tons of great free and cash offers. If your a first time user you also get a 5 dollar sign up bonus. If you want to get paid for doing as little as possible and start with inboxdollars click the link below.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Ubuntu saves the day!

Ok so i told you about the new laptop for work and the issues with Vista, well when i got to work this morning me and mah boss talked about it and decided to give that laptop another try since the hardware as so bad ass and dual boot it with ubuntu which worked great! it got done around 5 so i didnt get the wifi working in ubuntu just yet and is was going to do it tonight but i had to go to mah kids open house at school and mah other kids PT conferences so mah night was all spent. I did find a nice little video on youtube on how to install Vista in about 2 min.

see the install vid here

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Ima go to the Microsoft and take a Vista

So at work today we went and got me a new acer loptop! Its nice, AMD 64 x2, one gig RAM, and Vista. Well we get it back to the office and i get to work on setting up some network devises and what do ya know, Vista takes a crap!!!!! I mean i cant even get this manure to boot at this point so i reinstall and what do you know i get a blue screen of death WHILE IM INSTALLING!!! So i start all over, reinstall worked great this time. Only i cant use the built in wifi and the screen rolls when it comes out of hibernation :*( imma take this bitch back.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

PBX junk

We have a PBX server at work which consists of Ubuntu with Asterisk and FreePBX. As for now the box isnt exposed to the Internet so that side of the security we have covered, the physical security is our biggest issue. I mean we dont want someone waiting in our lobby unattended to unplug the phone and hook up his laptop and have access to our network. Now while we do have a firewall between the voice and data network we took it a step further by using MAC filtering on both the firewall and on the PBX server it self. We also put PWs on the extensions to prevent someone from routing calls that way.

Monday, October 8, 2007

Samba Madness

We are setting up a new network at work to go along with the new office we are moving to, they want to have access to file shares on the main intranet server which is running ubuntu server with webmin and they dont want to have to use any IDs & PWs. So I set it up to allow all access from anyone using webmin. The down side is this also opens 139 to the net. So I "for now" am going to just block the port at the firewall. I want to set some security in Samba it self but cant seem to find anything that doesnt force the user to input IDs & PWs. Using the firewall is a nice little fix that isnt to messy but any idas are welcome.

Sunday, October 7, 2007


With my first post I give you Asterisk/FreePBX default feature codes and the config files they come from.
As well as a link for install help for FreePBX on many platforms

Install help link [HERE] - lots of ppl use these so they can be a great place to look for passwords, or getting help installing FreePBX

Default feature codes:
*411 — Directory
*78 — Do Not Disturb activate
*79 — Do Not Disturb deactivate
*98 — Check voicemail (enter extension)
*98nnn — Check voicemail (extension nnn)
*97 — Check voicemail (for calling extension)
*70 — Call Waiting activate
*71 — Call Waiting deactivate
*72 — Call Forward activate
*73 — Call Forward deactivate
*90 — Call Forward on Busy activate
*91 — Call Forward on Busy deactivate
*69 — Call trace
*11 — Log in (not used for fixed devices)
*12 — Log out (not used for fixed devices)
888 — Barge-In (unconfirmed)
8nnn — Meet-Me conferencing (nnn = 1 to 4-digit extension number)
*77 — Record announcement
*99 — Playback announcement
7777 — Simulate incoming voice call
666 — Simulate incoming fax call (unconfirmed, please update wiki)
*43 — Echo test

*60 — Time
*61 — Weather
*62 — Wakeup call
*65 — Playback extension
300 3nn 91npanxxxxxx — Set speed dial nn to 9-1-NPA-NXX-XXXX
3nn — Dial speed dial entry nn
*3nn — Listen to / dial speed dial entry nn

#70 — Call Parking (Will park call on ext#71-79 and announce)