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RE: Unhackable network really unhackable?
From: J Wilkinson <secfocus () bedrox com>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 21:44:44 -0500 (EST)

DHCP clients attempt to renew the same IP address currently leased.  This
does not accomplish the same thing as InvisiLAN.  

At 11:55 AM 11/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
DHCP with a short lease period or a manual lease period

Here's yer sign!

Thank You,
James T. Bohling, CCNA, Security+, MCP-Win2k
Network Security Engineer - JBC CoE
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-----Original Message-----
From: akuroda () mx5 nisiq net [mailto:akuroda () mx5 nisiq net] 
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 8:15 AM
To: bugtraq () securityfocus com
Subject: Unhackable network really unhackable?

Have you ever checked out the InvisiLAN technology?
InvisiLAN is seemingly developed by ex-KGB and CIA directors. It's a
random IP change technology inside LAN by a set of secureID like
network cards and special router. Anarkey Network security, a Dutch
company started to distribute InvisiLAN in Europe recently. I saw that
they started "hacker's challenge 2003" to let hackers to break their
invisible LAN security, however the news disappeared right away. I'm
very curious about the technology. Are there someone who're
knowledgeable about a security method to change randomly individual
PC's IP?

Original source
Distributor in Europe

Programmer::Atsushi Kuroda::akuroda () mx5 nisiq net


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