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    I was waiting for something like this to come along.. I don't quite get it though, is it selfhosted or does it require the computer to actually do the computations, if not I like it, if it does, then it's just a usb mass storage device with a webserver that's configured, which really isn't very impressive these days.

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    It may just be the mass storage device, correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't this be accomplished with zipslack?

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    Since no specific are published on the Internet about WebServUSB's internal workings, hackers have no points of reference to begin an attack.
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    [quote author=gorn link=board=14;threadid=9429;start=0#msg85545 date=1088545955]
    Since no specific are published on the Internet about WebServUSB's internal workings, hackers have no points of reference to begin an attack.
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    I'll bet you anything that there's a buffer overflow I can exploit somewhere in that code.. and I have plenty of time to search for it.

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    Re:Webserver On A Stick (holy chinoby)

    don't tell me you're going to actually buy such a device...

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    [quote author=Corrupt Countach44 link=board=14;threadid=9429;start=0#msg85547 date=1088546810]
    don't tell me you're going to actually buy such a device...
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    Of course not, he's going to use a buffer overflow in the web server for the site that sells it, since it doesn't have the security of a webserver with no specific publishings to protect it.

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    [quote author=vvx link=board=14;threadid=9429;start=0#msg85561 date=1088560939]
    [quote author=Corrupt Countach44 link=board=14;threadid=9429;start=0#msg85547 date=1088546810]
    don't tell me you're going to actually buy such a device...
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    Of course not, he's going to use a buffer overflow in the web server for the site that sells it, since it doesn't have the security of a webserver with no specific publishings to protect it.
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    I could do that, I assume that the website would be hosted on one of these just to show off the technology.

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    Re:Webserver On A Stick (holy chinoby)

    I doubt it, I mean doesn't hotmail run on BSD?

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    [quote author=Corrupt Countach44 link=board=14;threadid=9429;start=0#msg85609 date=1088620436]
    I doubt it, I mean doesn't hotmail run on BSD?
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    Not for years..

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