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Re: Sniff telnet connections
From: Alvin Oga <alvin.sec () Mail Linux-Consulting com>
Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 22:14:06 -0700 (PDT)

On Sun, 7 May 2006, Tim wrote:

At this point I would actually recommend that you hire someone with
the experience in conducting a pen-test versus trying to have a bunch
of people try to tell you over email.

that is 99% ture of jsut about all the the questions where "they"
didn't know how to solve the problem

even if one was able to do everything the apps is supposed to be 
able to do, one might not know all the bells and whistles of the
appps to see all the gory fun details that an experienced user
will be able to show in a matter of minutes

i use a modified pfilt ( local sniffing ) to show login/passwd and
complete email or web contents moving over the wire vs remote sniffing 

c ya

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