JTD121

  • @JTD121 wrote:

    My router is WPS-incapable, being that it runs Tomato; most Linksys-based WRT routers do not implement WPS in any way, shape, or form, so that vulnerability is right out the window for those of us running alternative firmware on Linksys gear.

    I was confused by your post at first because I have a WRT160N v2 which is vulnerable and…[Read more]

  • @JTD121 wrote:

    ajohnson, you are definitely right, but there was only one WiFi network around that might have been vulnerable, and that was the neighbors’ network. Like I explained, I did nothing when I got in, just looked to see if it was one of the ones that doesn’t turn WPS off, and then logged off.

    Unfortunately these days, that’s all it…[Read more]

  • cyber.spirit replied to the topic Security News Apps! in the forum Tools 8 years, 2 months ago

    @JTD121 wrote:

    Cyber.spirit, I wasn’t really looking for security/pentest tools on Android, but those are good to know! And putting BackTrack on my phone?  😮

    So any suggestions for Twitter feeds to follow? I mean, since I have to create an account anyway, right?  ::) Any suggestions for an Android Twitter app, too?

    then can u please tell me w…[Read more]

  • cyber.spirit replied to the topic Hello everyone! in the forum Greetings 8 years, 2 months ago

    @JTD121 wrote:

    No offense, but am older than high school age (nearly 26), so I don’t believe the HHS will work out for me, plus, there is almost no information on how/when/where theses ISECOM ‘events’ take place, their price, etc.

    It seemed interesting until I tried to find out if it was an online thing, or you had to go to an on-site training,…

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  • dynamik replied to the topic Hello everyone! in the forum Greetings 8 years, 2 months ago

    @JTD121 wrote:

    HM…Good point. I am currently A+ Certified, and I’ve taken the Net+ classes, but have not taken the test. Currently in Chapter 6 of the 2009 edition of the study guide, but at this point, it seems a tad much, just really boring (but necessary, I know!) stuff at the point I am in the book. Plus I know, in general, how TCP/IP works…

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