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Useful Web Sites

Posted By: Chem

Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 06:13 PM

Hey People,
Iím posting all of the websites, which could come in handy to a programmer, Penetration Tester, Hacker, Phreaker ect ect - security tools and exploits - vulnerabilities, tools and information Á my Personal Favorite, Thousands of tools, files, exploits, advisories, ect ect - Security exploits and news - primarily a Unix site for news and exploits - security information, tools, vulnerability database and mailing lists, - a great site for security tools and documents - security information and lots of links - huge archive of hacked websites - general security site, news, exploits, mailing lists ect - SilentRageís server where I upload random files for no real reason.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 06:32 PM

My dox are on attrition! hehe... Search for TelcoNinja's, it was back when TN and UPIN were feuding, they straight droped my dox on a website lol... [censored] attrition refuses to take it down too hehe...

Oh, and for note, its heh...
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 06:59 PM

heyyyy you forgot to add the most important one:


see ya'll
Posted By: BackSlash

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 07:22 PM

thanks for the list chem, i'm sure it will come in handy. black^pimp, seeing as how we are already at ugn, i suppose chem didn't see the need to drop the url.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 07:28 PM

he coulda droped the .org or .net frown hehe...
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 07:50 PM

BS i know that man but come on.. can't we joke around sometimes ? it's not against the rules i guess...

P.S. Giz are you gonna drop that email or what ?
Posted By: Chem

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 08:54 PM

where the hell has this thread gone? <img border="0" alt="[?]" title="" src="graemlins/question.gif" />
Posted By: spectre

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/20/02 10:06 PM

[shameless plug]

rrfn, an old ugn spinoff, did this a long time ago. check us out at put a search in for what you wanna look at (ie: security, java programming, newbie linux), and it comes up with a bunch of sites, and tells you whether the sites have popups, pr0n, no ads, etc. It also gives a description of each.

if u wanna browse the list, check out

[/end shameless plug]

sorry about that...uhh...i was "just trying to help"....yah, thats it.
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 06:24 AM

i was browsing probably the full PROMODTECNOLOGIES network today and i find it really really good and educative.

The search is also great.

as far as i know Le4rner is the sys admin right ??

just some suggestions for him...

1. You really really definitely need a better site design and layout.

2. You need some better banners for every member of your network, especially for the RRFN !!!

and so on..
Posted By: Le4rner

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 03:43 PM

Here is the entire RRFN data base.... 24
This site contains a number of resources to help you with your free software printing problems, including the Printing HOWTO, a support database, a project list, printer vendor scorecards, Foomatic, and more Clean HTML 33 is one of the better know hacker sites on the net. Wargames, winamp skins and more... Banner Adds HTML
Tom's Hardware 142
A great hardware review site. Has price comparisons, everything you could ask for. Banner Adds HTML
AnandTech 143
Like Tom's Hardware but, in my opinion, has a better lay-out. Anoter must visit site. Banner Adds HTML
Agilent networking offers 146
A site that offers free network, cellular, and telco, protocol maps. A MUST visit for anyone slightly intrested in telecommunications. Clean HTML
[H]ard|OCP 326
One kick [censored] site for hardware. Has a pretty good reveiw section. Banner Adds HTML
Ars Technica 327
Ars Technica. Power users and the tools they love, without computing religion. Oh yeah, did we mention we are unassailable computing enthusiasts. Banner Adds HTML 378
provides detailed arcticles about just about the function of just about anything. Includes both software and hardware. Banner Adds Text
Site-X 379
A fantastic compendium of tutorials, articles and other tips created by the finest authors. Banner Adds Text

Carnivore 14
A news article about the FBI changing the name of Carnivore. An intresting read.,,s2084347,00.html Banner Adds HTML
Carnivore FAQ 15
This document provides some answers (or sometimes just guesses) to common questions posted about Carnivore Clean Text
Dutch Security Information Network 32
A highly informative Dutch security site. Clean HTML
AntiOnline 35
Access To Thousands Of Programs In Our Archives - Access To Thousands Of Security Related Text Files - Read And Post To All Major Security News Groups - Interact With Thousands Of Other Security-Minded Individuals - Get Immediate Answers To Your Questions In Our Chatroom - Customize AntiOnline To Suit Your Needs - Be Automatically Entered Into All Of Our Contests Banner Adds HTML
Pulhas 36
Bend Over 'coz we're right behind you!! Clean HTML
w00w00 39
w00w00 was created over three years ago. We have members in 5 continents, and 11 countries (Australia, Argentina, Canada, Japan, France, Russia, England, Spain, Sweden, Germany, USA Clean HTML
Security Writers 43
Are you the security enthusiast hungry to express your thoughts, ideas and experiences? Or are you looking for the experienced ones to answer your mind-boggling question(s)? This is for you Clean HTML
@stake 44
@stake offers a full range of digital security consulting services for innovators whose growth and success depend upon the development of secure electronic relationships with customers, suppliers, and partners. Clean HTML
SecurityFocus Corporate Site 45
SecurityFocus Corporate Site a pay site with great info and research on networking security. Clean HTML
Neohapsis 48
Neohapsis... defending the digital horizon. Clean Flash
CGI Security 51
information security intelligence, information risk management, information peacekeeping, influence technology, web attack, Information Security, Industrial Espionage, internet security, computer security, exploits, intrusion detection, information security, hackers, hacking, penetration testing, network assessment, vulnerability, packet sniffing, packetsniffing, buffer overflow, ecommerce, e-commerce, freeware, risk management, Secure Solutions, Banner Adds HTML
Hacking Truths 114
Hacking Truths: What they don't teach in computer security manuals!!! Banner Adds HTML
CounterPane Internet Security 115
Counterpane Internet Security, Inc. is the innovator and world's leading provider of Managed Security Monitoring (MSM) services. The company was established in 1999 by entrepreneurial expert Tom Rowley, and security technologist and best-selling author Bruce Schneier, to address the considerable risk left by relying solely on security products. MSM combines people and technology to safeguard your business. Clean HTML
Packetderm 123
The Computer Professionals' Reference - specializing in computer security and education. Clean HTML
Wardriving 124
WarDriving is a collection of information and resources pertaining to the activity of driving around in a car searching and pinpointing the location of wireless networks in metropolitian areas. Banner Adds HTML
Fate Labs 125
Good security site. Well known. Recomended by TBG Clean Flash
Symantec AV 150
One of the best AV sites around, constantly updated with great info. A definite must see for virus info. Clean HTML
VirusMyths 151
"learn about computer virus myths, hoaxes, urban legends, hysteria, and the implications if you believe in them. You can also search a list of computer virus hoaxes & virus hysteria from A to Z" An interesting read. Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Virus List 152
Just what the name says, has a lot of virus info/news. Banner Adds HTML
Free Public Proxy Servers 231
A huge list of free proxies, often updated. Easy to find a working one. Banner Adds HTML
Seifried Security Resources 235
A treasure-trove of knowledge here, including LASG. Clean Text
Sygate Security Scan 237
Test your net security out here. This scan will only probe commonly used services and protocols. Clean HTML
Linux Mandrake security updates 254
Advisories, for both security and non-functional packages, are essential for a smooth-running system. MandrakeSoft recommends that all users upgrade to the packages issued by any advisory to prevent problems with your system and unauthorized intrusion or denial of service attacks. Clean HTML
Debian Security 257
Debian takes security very seriously. Most security problems brought to our attention are corrected within 48 hours. Experience has shown that "security through obscurity" does not work. Public disclosure allows for more rapid and better solutions to security problems. In that vein, this page addresses Debian's status with respect to various known security holes, which could potentially affect Debian. Clean HTML
Wiretapped 267
Wiretapped is an archive of software and information covering the areas of host, network and information security, network operations, cryptography and privacy, among others. We believe we are now the largest archive of this type of software & information, hosting in excess of 20 gigabytes of information mirrored from around the world. Clean HTML
Bitshift 268
Several well-written texts and programs concerning wireless, sysadmining, and security. Clean HTML
Gpg Tools 278
Gpg Tools is a Mac OS X graphical interface to the GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) utility. It provides approximately the functionality of the old PGPtools. It is freeware. Clean HTML
ZoneAlarm Firewall 297
Millions of users have selected ZoneAlarm as their trusted Internet security solution. The award-winning personal firewall automatically blocks dangerous Internet threats - known and unknown - guarding your PC from hackers and data thieves. ZoneAlarm provides the basic protection individuals need to secure their PC and keep their valuable information private. ZoneAlarm makes it easy. Unlike other personal firewalls, ZoneAlarm protects automatically from the moment it's installed - no programming required. ZoneAlarm delivers simplicity without compromising your security. Getting Started tutorial explains Controls and Alerts to get you up and running quickly. And, to keep you confident that you're always protected, intuitive color-coded alerts rate security risks - in real time. Clean HTML
OpenSSH 302
OpenSSH is a FREE version of the SSH protocol suite of network connectivity tools that increasing numbers of people on the Internet are coming to rely on. Many users of telnet, rlogin, ftp, and other such programs might not realize that their password is transmitted across the Internet unencrypted, but it is. OpenSSH encrypts all traffic (including passwords) to effectively eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other network-level attacks. Additionally, OpenSSH provides a myriad of secure tunneling capabilities, as well as a variety of authentication methods. Clean HTML
GRC Sucks 325
Grc Exposed Banner Adds HTML
W32.Klez Removal Tool 350
[email protected] is a generic detection that detects variants of W32.Klez. Computers that are infected with [email protected] have most likely been exposed to either [email protected] or [email protected] Clean HTML
Sniffin' the Ether 377
"A long time ago I wrote the first incarnation of this document. I was aiming at something that would explain sniffers and sniffer technology to people who are not all that familiar with security (i.e. newbies) as well as providing a accessible reference to more experienced individuals." Clean Text
Window File Wiping Utilities Miss Alternate Data Streams 382
File wiping utilities for Windows NTFS file systems only deal with the primary data stream and do not wipe the alternate data streams, thereby leaving data intact. Clean HTML
Secure File Wiping 383
By overwriting the data with random junk, the ability to recover it is next to impossible. Clean HTML
The art of cracking software 386
So how many times have you wanted to make that great app yours for free? Wouldn't it be great if you had got the registration key yourself? The answer is, you can get the key. In techies' parlance, you have to crack the program. Welcome to cracking! Clean HTML
textfile with W32dasm6 demo 392
Lord Clito's "How to get an editable disassembly-textfile with W32dasm6 demo ." An idiots approach anyone able to move the 'puters mouse should be able to follow. Clean Text 12
Free classes on computer related topics. Hey they are free. Highly recomended!! Pop up adds 13
Free classes on computer related topics. Includes C & C++ HTML, Java Pascal & Delphi, Perl &CGI scripts, COBOL Worth the click Banner Adds
informit 40
A great web design site, Articles on the latest greatest design technologys. Banner Adds
About Computing & Technology 50
About computing and technology. Get hot news, helpful advice, key links, and invaluable perspective from our expert human Guides. Banner Adds
Code Box 53 is a member of the box network. a recomended site indeed. Pop ups and Banner adds
Programmers Heaven/Assembler 54
A page of links on Assembler language Banner Adds
Programmers Heaven/Basic 55
A page of links to help you learn basic programming language Banner Adds
Programmers Heaven/C++ 56
A page dedicated to C and C++ programming language Banner Adds Text
Programmers Heaven/C# 57
A site dedicated to C# Banner Adds
Programmers Heaven/Delphi & Kylix 58
A site dedicate to Delphi & Kylix programming. A good read. Banner Adds
pergesu Java Tutorial - Part I 59
Welcome to Part I of this Java programming tutorial. This first part is an introduction to Java programming, it will cover only basic stuff. It is mainly to acquaint you with Java's syntax, as well as learn some of the basic functionality of Java. Clean
Java Lesson 2 by: pergesu 60
Awesome! Welcome to the next part of the series; glad you're here. If you're reading this, I assume you've already read my first tutorial or have some knowledge of Java Clean
Java Lesson 3 By: pergesu 61
If I remember correctly, the last thing we did was loops. You also learned all the different primitive types (int, float, char, double) and how to use them. Clean
Java Lesson 4 By: pergesu 62
Last tutorial covered writing simple applets. It didn't show you a whole heck of a lot, but you learned the basic structure of an applet. You already know quite a bit, so you could have plugged some of that in to new applets if you wanted to try your hand at em. Clean
Java Lesson 5 By: pergesu 63
In this part of the series, you will learn all about arrays and how to use them. Clean
HTML lesson 1 By: Learner 64
You will need the following for this lesson. 1.) A text editor. (something like notepad, ***Not Like MS Word***) 2.) An Internet Browser. 3.) A basic desire to learn html.
HTML Lesson 2 By: Learner 65
I rember when I was learning the basics. I wanted to get to the good stuff. Pictures and links and stuff that makes a web page a web page. Well thats where we are headed here.
HTML Lesson 2 By: Learner 66
In this lesson we are going to cover some of the most used tags in HTML today. We are going to learn about tables. Now tables give you much better control over where things go on a page.
XML Lesson By: WEISS 67
This will hopefully be as part of a larger circle of tutorials about html, perl, c++ etc. writen by other experienced members. XML Tutorial
HTML tags in alphabetical order 68
A list of all HTML tags I could think of to date
Speacial Characters 69
A list of speacial charaters and how to make them.
Color chart 70
When you're adding a color to your Web page with HTML, sometimes you can just type in the name of the color. But more often than not, you'll need to use what's called the hex code, which is something that the browser will be able to understand.
Scallions PHP MySQL lesson 71
This will be very simple and totally in the context of PHP lesson.
PHP Lesson 2 By:Scallion 72
PHP makes forms very easy. In perl you gotta parse the URI (variables in the address to the page) that the form sends. In PHP this is done for you. Let's start off with a form:
PHP Lesson 3 By: Scallion 73
All right: Here's a quick tutorial on files. let's say you want to include the text from a file in your page?
PHP Lesson 4 By: Scallion 74
Okay, so I started out with my idea of a website by first saying this: It must be dynamic. But I don't have much time, I thought to myself; so the solutions came; either a) give up the website until you're retired and have time, or b) Let the users be dynamic! 76
Welcome to, your source for online tutorials. We hope you like our newly redesigned site! You will find over 150 tutorials on many programming languages. You will also find over 20 message forums including one for each language you want to learn. Banner Adds Text
An introduction to Linux/Unix programming 77
This talk is a brief guide to Linux programming languages, tools and concepts. It is aimed at programming novices or programmers migrating from a Windows system (and your first question is probably "Where's the IDE???").
Unix Programming Frequently Asked Questions 78
A very sweet list of FAQ's dealing with Unix programming. 83
PHP is a tool that lets you create dynamic web pages. PHP-enabled web pages are treated just like regular HTML pages and you can create and edit them the same way you normally create regular HTML pages.
Melon Fire PHP lesons 84
A bunch of PHP lessons. Easy to understand and read. Good navigation.
PHP builder 85
A place where I can answer very simple questions for the beginner and show very rudimentary PHP concepts. It's not going to answer all your questions, and it's not going to help everyone.
Developer Shed PHP lessons 86
PHP3.0, one of the hottest scripting languages to be found on the Internet, lends a great many capabilities to the web programmer. Many of these tasks, accomplished with some degree of difficulty in many other languages, can be swiftly executed with but a few lines of PHP3.0 code . The fact that PHP3.0 code can be inserted directly alongside HTML makes the language all the more convenient.
Web Monkey PHP Tutorial 87
Enter PHP and MySQL. These two make up what must be the best combination for data-driven Web sites on the planet. You needn't take my word for it. An unofficial Netcraft survey shows that PHP usage has jumped from 7,500 hosts in June 1998 to 410,000 in March 1999. That's not bad. The combination was also awarded Database of the Year at Webcon98, where it received a lovely tiara.
Zend PHP Introduction 88
Zend Technologies, a leading Web infrastructure software company, is the internationally recognized authority in PHP. The company builds the premiere PHP development, deployment and optimization software for the rapidly growing market of enterprise PHP developers. Zendís founders are the designers of PHP 4 and the Zend Engine 1.0; on which all PHP sites and applications are run. They are also currently leading the design and development of PHP 5 and the Zend Engine 2.0. The company is an active leader in the PHP and open source communities, and plays a central role in the explosive growth of PHP, which is now being used in over 7 million web sites worldwide.
Developer Shed Perl Lesson 89
A great site, this is also a great lesson. Highly recomended if you wana learn Perl.
Iczelion's Win32 Assembly Homepage 113
Here you'll find information on how to program Windows using Assembly Language. I love assembly language and have programmed in asm since DOS days. When Windows "killed" DOS, I thought assembly language died with it. I could not be further from the truth! Assembly programming on Win32 platform is quite possible and easy.
Code Cranker 119
A great site for anyone getting into or already into programming. Highly recomended by use here at RRFN. Banner Adds Text
Pascal Central 120
Welcome to Pascal Central! The intent of Pascal Central is to provide the Pascal community one place to obtain Pascal technical information, Pascal source code, and Pascal-related internet links.
Python 121
Home page for Python, an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language. It provides an extraordinary combination of clarity and versatility, and is free and comprehensively ported.
HTML Goodies: The JavaScript Primers 128
Welcome to the HTML Goodies JavaScript Primers! The purpose of these 30 lessons is to get you started writing your own JavaScript events. If you've tried to learn JavaScript through a book or from the Internet, my guess is that you found it quite difficult. Me, too. Learning JavaScript is literally learning a new language.
HTML Goodies PERL Primers 129
I have been playing around with PERL scripts for a good two years now. I never intended to make the language a part of the HTML Goodies site, but once I put up a small run of CGI tutorials, the email poured in. People want to be able to write, modify, and create their own CGI scripts.
HTML Goodies: Forms Tutorials 131
Forms allow your viewers to input text right to their screen!
HTML Goodies: DHTML & Layer Tutorials 133
Dynamic HTML is a combination of Style Sheets, Layering, JavaScripts, Divisions, and Positioning that creates movement and interactivity. Get ready for the future!
HTML Goodies: Java Applet Tutorials 134
Java Applet Tutorials These are touchy, but when they work they really brighten up your page!
HTML Goodies: ASP Tutorials 135
ASP Tutorials Find out how it works and use some examples for your site!
CPAN-Comprehensive Perl Archive Network 136
CPAN-Here you will find all things perl. Offical location of current perl source, and new modules.
The Perl Monks 137
The Perl Monastery- Contains tons of information on all aspects of the language. Has a strong community base which can answer just about any question a begginner would have.
Programming in the Dummies corner 138
This site does not contain much original content, however it does provide downloads for great tutorials and a few books on C,Java,ASM,pascal,Qbasic, and HTML.
Starting with Perl/TK 159
Great introduction to perl/tk
Non-Programmers Tutorial for Python 161
Great python tutorial for people with no programming experience.
WC3 Synchronized Multimedia 170
The Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL, pronounced "smile") enables simple authoring of interactive audiovisual presentations. SMIL is typically used for "rich media"/multimedia presentations which integrate streaming audio and video with images, text or any other media type. SMIL is an easy-to-learn HTML-like language, and many SMIL presentations are written using a simple text-editor.
Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) 1.0 Specification 171
Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) 1.0 Specification. This document has been prepared by the Synchronized Multimedia Working Group (WG) of the World Wide Web Consortium.
Streaming media World (SMIL) 172
SMIL (Synchronized MultiMedia Integration Language) resources and techniques. From Streaming Media World, your home for streaming video and audio reviews and information.
(Webmonkey) SMIL: Multimedia for the Masses 173
It seems like every multimedia site looks the same these days. Take band sites: They all have downloadable MP3s, some "live in concert" pictures, links to various other websites and, of course, the all-important "buy the CD here" link. But we all know that if visitors don't find something unique or unusually appealing about your site, and find it soon, they'll click away. Banner Adds
The CWI SMIL Page 174
SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, pronounced "smile") is a language for describing interactive synchronized multimedia distributed on the Web. It is an easy-to-author XML-compliant format similar in syntax to HTML. SMIL 2.0 became an official W3C recommendation on in August of 2001.
SMIL Tutorials 175
In the first phase of the Web, the W3C gave us HTML, which allows one to express an idea like a magazine and newspaper can with text, images. Now with W3C's SMIL 2.0 we can synchronize the text, images, audio and video in a document and make it viewable around the world. This is an evolution in communication, a simple to use, yet as powerful a medium as a TV commercial.
Quick Time and SMIL 176
SMIL is an extensible standard, and QuickTime provides several SMIL extensions. This allows you to add QuickTime specific attributes to your SMIL presentation.
HTML Validation Service Results 177
Below are the results of attempting to parse this document with an SGML parser. Fatal Error: no document type declaration; will parse without validation I could not parse this document, because it uses a public identifier that is not in my catalog. You should make the first line of your HTML document a DOCTYPE declaration, for example, for a typical HTML 4.01 document:
WC3's HTML Home Page 178
This is W3C's home page for HTML. Here you will find pointers to our specifications for HTML, guidelines on how to use HTML to the best effect, and pointers to related work at W3C.
JavaScript Source 179
The JavaScript Source is an excellent JavaScript resource with hundreds of free JavaScript examples for cut and paste into your Web pages. Get free JavaScript tutorials, reference, code, and help. - The Definitive JavaScript Resource 180 is your gateway to all things JavaScript. Featuring javascript tutorials, free java scripts, tools, and links.
List of some free PHP hosters 238
The number of free PHP web hosts is growing . More and more are offering database options too! But, often times these free hosts die, approach with caution. This faqt is updated on occasion, you may also want to check out:
Java Boutique 208
The Java boutique is a large collection of Java applets that you can use for free. Many provide source code, which you can either modify or use to learn different techniques. The applets are rated, but I wouldn't recommend relying on those. You may have to wade through a number of applets to find what you want. But there's good stuff.
Java Optimization 209
An excellent page which discusses tools/techniques for optimizing Java programs. If you want to write smaller/faster Java programs, this is definitely a must-read.
Thinking in Java 210
Thinking in Java is an excellent guide to learning Java. It also covers many advanced topics. Best of all, the author kindly put an electronic version on the web for free. A truly excellent guide and reference, definitely worth checking out if you've finished pergesu's tutorials and are interested in more.
Bjarne Stroustrup: C++ 226
C++ has been standardized by ANSI (The American National Standards Institute), BSI (The British Standards Institute), DIN (The German national standards organization), several other national standards bodies, and ISO (The International Standards Organization). You can find a slightly out-of-date draft standard here.
C++ Archive 229
List of links/resources for C++ programers.
Microsoft Developer network 247
Resources and info dealing with all the microsoft development platforms.
(RRFN) Required Reading for Newbies 282
You are already here. ;D
1001 Fonts 296
tons of fonts to choose from... Banner Adds HTML
1001 Fonts 298
tons of fonts to choose from... Banner Adds Text
Assembly language tutorial by banshee 307
Before you begin coding i would get a program called Assembly Editor. It is basically a dos based text editor but it will assemble and run your programs for you and it has a debugger. You should also get MASM. That is the microsoft assembler. I believe the current version is 6.13. Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
JavaScript Guidelines 308
JavaScript is Case Sensitive.. A function named "myfunction" is not the same as "myFunction". Therefore watch your capitalization when you create or call variables, objects and functions. Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
HOWTO put JavaScript into HTML 309
To insert a script in an HTML document, use the script tag. Use the language attribute to define the scripting language Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Where to put Java Script 310
Scripts in a page will be executed immediately while the page loads into the browser. This is not always what we want. Sometimes we want to execute a script when a page loads, other times when a user triggers an event. Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
JavaScript Functions 311
A function contains some code that will be executed by an event or a call to that function. A function is a set of statements. You can reuse functions within the same script, or in other documents. Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Programming Win32 in C/C++ 312
Documents and articles about c++ programming code Banner Adds Text
Visual Basic and Visual Basic Scripts 313
Documents and articles about visual basic programming code Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Batch file Programming 314
Batch file programming is nothing but the Windows version of Unix Shell Programming. Let's start by understanding what happens when we give a DOS command. DOS is basically a file called It is this file ( which handles all DOS commands that you give at the DOS prompt---such as COPY, DIR, DEL etc Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Java lessons and code 315
Documents and articles about java programming code Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Tools and utilities 316
Useful Tools and Utilities about programming code... Be careful here with this stuff Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Anonymous e-mailing scripts 319
There are so many methods or I should say so many ways of sending anonymouse e-mails which all have their limitations. I guess that by now anyone looking for a way to send anonymouse e-mails has in one way or the othere come across "TELNET" and the so many things wrong with sending anonymouse e-mails with it Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Odds and ends in Programming 320
Miscellaneous programmin stuff Useful Tools and Utilities about programming code Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Using Assembler Language at the NIH Computer Center 321
This manual describes the use of the Assembler programming language at the NIH Computer Center. This manual is intended to give programmers the Assembler information they need in order to create new programs and to maintain programs running on the MVS South System. Clean HTML
Sockets Programming in Java: A tutorial 355
This tutorial presents an introduction to sockets programming over TCP/IP networks and shows how to write client/server applications in Java. Sticky adds HTML
Java Game Development Tutorial 356
The tutorial will give you a very detailed introduction into the development of online games using Java. We will talk about Java Applets because everyone has a Internet browser, so everyone is able to play these games without installing the JDK! The first 5 chapters will lead you from the basic structure of a applet to the development of a whole (although pretty small) game. The next chapters (6 - ...) will give you solutions to problems like AI, level editors, random generation of landscapes... . At the end of every chapter you'll find a link to download the sourcecode of the applet we programmed in this chapter and you can take a look at the working applet too. Sticky adds HTML
Game Developers Java Users Group 357
The mission of the Game Developers Java Users Group (GameJUG) is to serve computer game developers using the Java programming language. We serve each other by sharing our enthusiasm for Java game programming through our communications on the mailing lists and the website. Tutorials, code bits, tons of great stuff for anyone interested in game programming. Clean HTML 358
One of the premier sites for game development. Many articles and tutorials ranging from very basic to highly advanced. An indespensible resource for anyone interested in game programming. Clean HTML
Java Game Programming Part 1: The Basics 359
The internet has become an excellent medium for game programmers. If you surf the internet chances are that you have seen at least a couple of java applet games. These games, besides making a great addition to a website, are a great place for beginners to learn and advanced programmers to hone and expand their skills. Over the course of these articles I want to cover the basics of programming java applets, how to make some simple games, as well as some advanced topics including double buffering. A few of the simple games that I will use are tetris, nibbles, pacman, and pong. I will use these and others as examples to illustrate the thought process and steps that can and should be followed when approaching a game. Clean HTML
Java Game Programming Part 2: Making a Simple Game 360
In the first part of this series we looked at how to create a basic applet, display text and shapes, and get random numbers. In this much anticipated second part (sorry for the delay and thanks for all the emails) I will cover how to use threads and double buffering as well as how to get input from the mouse and keyboard to create a simple air hockey game. Clean HTML
Java Game Programming Part 3: The Power of Arrays 361
Last time we talked about the steps necessary to create an air hockey game. In order to make this game we needed to know about double-buffering, threads, and how to use the mouse and the keyboard. Originally I was going to talk about AWT and neural networks in this part, but I have decided to push these topics into part iv and talk about arrays instead. You may be thinking that arrays are pretty trivial and have no big impact on making games, but this couldnít be farther from the truth. In our exploration of arrays we will look at how to create Tetris, and PacMan games. We will also look at some basic file handling concepts as well as some important points about object-oriented programming. Clean HTML
Optimizing Java 362
I recently got my hands on Vampire the Masquerade: Redemption (VTM:R), the game is brilliant and got me hooked for a whole weekend completing it. At the end of it the beast within me rose and I wanted more blood, so I downloaded the SDK. Much to my horror and perverse delight, I discovered that the scripting engine at the heart of VTM:R, is embedded Java. All of the game mechanics can be controlled and overridden via Java...... Banner Adds Text
Wild Tangent developer tutorial 368
First we'll step through a basic exercise of the "Hello World" type. By the end of these first lessons, you'll have a 3D scene up and running. Then, you'll continue to build on the basic scene we constructed earlier by adding some textures and more complex motion. Clean HTML
3D Graphics Programming in Java, Part 1: Java 3D 363
In order to build a true Java platform, Sun realized early on that it needed to fill out the API picture beyond the limited functionality available in the Java 1.0 core platform. Sun has grown the core a great deal with the Java 1.1 and Java 2/JDK 1.2 releases, but there are still some pieces missing from the Java puzzle. Sun and its partners developed the Java Media and Communication APIs to provide the missing multimedia programming pieces. Two of the biggest pieces, 2D and 3D graphics, are targeted with the Java 2D and 3D APIs, respectively. Java 3D has been released as an Extension API, providing 3D graphics support for the newly released Java 2/JDK 1.2 platform. Java 3D is meant to give Java developers the ability to write applets and applications that provide three dimensional, interactive content to users. Sun has some heavy competition from other 3D graphics technologies in this arena, and Java 3D has an uphill battle ahead of it if it is to defeat the incumbent graphics standard, OpenGL. I will introduce Java 3D and Java-OpenGL in three articles over the month. I will also demonstrate using VRML in Java 3D with VRML97 content loaders and the Java 3D VRML97 browser. I will follow the Java 3D and VRML articles with one on using Java-to-OpenGL bindings. Clean HTML
3D Graphics Programming in Java Part 2: Advanced Java 3D 364
Java 3D has the potential to allow Java programmers of all sorts to include vibrant 3D content in their applets and applications. This is fact, but not certainty, as Sun faces heavy competition from other technologies, especially OpenGL. Beyond the basics that every 3D API must provide, what does Java 3D have going for it? Last week we began our exploration of Java 3D with static content and small scenes. This week we'll conclude our introduction by delving into loaders for larger scene graphs and giving our worlds behaviors and interactivity. We'll also discuss the interplay between Java 3D and VRML, review the performance characteristics of Java 3D, and set the stage for next month's look at Java OpenGL bindings. Clean HTML
3D Graphics Programming in Java Part 3: OpenGL 365
It has been a while since our last installment in this series on 3D graphics programming in Java. Here's a quick refresher on what we were last discussing and where we left off. In the previous two articles (see Resources), we explored Java 3D. We discussed static content and small scenes, then used larger scene graphs and built interactivity into some basic 3D worlds. Now that you know a little bit about using Java 3D, it's time to compare and contrast the Java 3D approach to 3D graphics with the leading graphics API contender: OpenGL. Please note that this article was originally intended to be code-intensive, but the late-breaking decision by Arcane Technologies concerning the Magician binding (see below) necessitated the removal of the code examples. I hope this article's content can be adapted for a future release of Magician or a standard Java-OpenGL binding, as yet unavailable from the OpenGL Consortium. Clean HTML
Wild Tangent JavaScript Game Tutorial 369
Just getting started with the Webdriver? Itchy to make your own game? This is a step-by-step description of how to put together a simple game in Javascript - completely from scratch! Clean HTML
Sully's OpenGL Demo Box 370
First of all, I'd like to thank Jeff Molofee of NeHe Productions for maintaining a wealth of OpenGL information at His site was invaluable to me when I first started with OpenGL, and so I am returning the favor by porting his remaining lessons (it was something he asked for). Many of the tutorials had already been ported to Java ahead of me by Darren Hodges (thanks Darren!), so with Darren's work I was able to quickly come up to speed and port the remaining tutorials. The ports that I have done (or re-done as the case may be) try to stay true to the original C++ version whenever possible, even if it wasn't the most efficient way (from the Java point of view), but inevitably some things just don't port one to one, so some Java specific code was introduced. It is assumed that the reader has a decent understanding of Java, and is only interested in the OpenGL specifics. Finally, these are code ports only. The original text of the tutorials remains at NeHe. While the source code is generously commented, the reader is encouraged to visit NeHe for the full tutorial information. Clean HTML
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This site is an OpenGL programmer's dream! It contains over 30 well written tutorials, and has tons of examples. The tutorials are written for C/C++, but can easily be understood by the Java programmer. The code has been ported to java at I'm a big fan -pergesu Clean HTML
OpenGL for Java 372
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Cnet 139
well known site for downloads,also includes reviews. Very good.
ZDNet 144
Like Cnet, but not.
White Pages 158
Rather obvious, supplies free search services. Find people . . .
Nmap 181
Home to the (in)famous scanner Nmap. Free.
Nessus 182
"The "Nessus" Project aims to provide to the internet community a free, powerful, up-to-date and easy to use remote security scanner. . . nlike many other security scanners, Nessus does not take anything for granted. That is, it will not consider that a given service is running on a fixed port - that is, if you run your web server on port 1234, Nessus will detect it and test its security. It will not make its security tests regarding the version number of the remote services, but will really attempt to exploit the vulnerability."
Home of a1b2c3 free computer software download 197
Home of a1b2c3 free computer software downloads, links, and Willoughby family history. Loads of free ware. Worth the click
Sun's Java page 221
The Source for Java Technology The Java 2 Platform provides robust end-to-end solutions for networked applications as well as a trusted standard for embedded applications. It includes three editions....
The Java Tutorial 222
A practical guide for programmers with hundreds of complete, working examples. The Tutorial is organized into trails--groups of lessons on a particular subject.
Earth Web's Java lessons 223 The IT Industry Portal... Java lessons.
Java World 224
Java world is a prety squared away site. New, reviews, articles, and lessons from newbie to expert dealing all with Java.
C|net: Compilers & Interpreters 225
Compilers & Interpreters ready for you to download them. Anything from a BASIC programing language compiler, to applications to turn HTML pages into executable files.
Bjarne Stroustrup: List of compilers for C++ 227
Some compilers that can be downloaded for free (do check their conditions/licenses before attempting commercial use):
Open Relay Host Check 232
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MIRC home page 239
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Zircon, an X11 Client for IRC 240
Zircon is an X Window System interface to Internet Relay Chat. The software is written in tcl/tk and uses the native network communications of tcl. Suggestions for improvements to Zircon are welcome. I am particularly interested in making the system useful for those users in groups where JIPS and other national character sets are used.
The official Ircle Home Page 241
Ircle is a Macintosh (only!) program to use IRC (Internet Relay Chat). IRC enables you to talk with typed messages, in realtime, to other Internet users around the world. IRC is organized in channels on a specific topic. You can also talk privately with someone. On average there are 100,000 users and 10,000 channels online on the big IRC networks. Probably the most popular IRC client for MacOS.
XiRCON 242
Finally, an IRC client that appeals to users of all skill levels. Instantly usable, endlessly configurable.
Bersirc Internet Relay Chat Client 243
Welcome to the Bersirc [br-sŻrk'] website! Bersirc is an Internet Relay Chat client for Windows. The name "bersirc" is a play on the word berserk
x-Chat 244
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Valinore IRC Client List 245
Here are links to some IRC programs (also called clients) you can use to connect to your favourite Internet Relay Chat Network. The name of each client is linked to more information about it, and in some cases screenshots.
Download page for Netscape 248
Netscape 6.2, the latest update to the Netscape browser suite, lets you accomplish more online with efficiency in completing tasks, power through more choice and safety with more control. It also supports Mac OS X and Windows XP.
Mozilla Browser home page 249
Mozilla is an open-source web browser and toolkit, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability. provides binaries for testing and feedback.
Opera browser home page 250
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Basic portscanner. Check a range of ports (which you define) on any given host. V1.0 - Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
PHP MailBomb 318
This scripts sends unlimited mails to a vicitim. Each mail has a random subject & from field. V1.0 Pop ups and Banner adds HTML
Posted By: Le4rner

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 03:45 PM

heh, gizzy if you want to feel free to make this a text for n00b's....
Posted By: Chem

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 06:31 PM

Hey Gizzy, why not put a sticky on this post, so it can be the place to post any and all useful websites?
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 06:51 PM

yea that would probably be good.
the database is really good and really usefull Le4ner...

btw: are you the admin of ?

P.S. Gizmo is tooo swamped with everything right now, so you better leave him CIP !!!
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 06:54 PM

Or guys listen, i've got an idea...

In the main UGN page where the Kbase and Fbase search boxs are, could we maybe put another search box there that will search RRFN eh ??

i mean so when somebody searches there, the results will be displayed at the RRFN site, redirection, ya know what i'm sayin' ?
Posted By: Infinite

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/21/02 09:24 PM

Yes bP, Learner runs Promod.
Posted By: Le4rner

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/22/02 05:31 AM

I would like that very much, However that realy isn't fair to UGN. I mean I like to think Promod is a sister site to UGN, however that would draw traffic away from UGN. However if Gizzy says cool(I doubt it) I would gladly go with this plan.

and BP. Yea I run the promod network, However each site on it is owned by another person

RRFN is mine.
Deaths Kitchen is Mustards
J-spot is pergesu's
Cerberus is about to be taken down
Prodesign is just a place to develop new scripts (I created it and need badly to update it)

I know I need banners badly, however I SUCK in graphics. If you wana help I can load you up with some software in return.
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/22/02 06:10 AM

deal done Le4rner, i'm really swamped a lot with some UGN stuff on what i have to work a lot and i will, so after i finish my current work than i'll get back to you for banners and everything else ok, you can count on me always.

You say it would draw traffic from UGN, well hmmm maybe in one hand, but we could also put a Kbase/Fbase search boxes on RRFN too for example.

one more thing Le4rner.
Can i also become a member of the PROMOD network by joining the network with another security site and so on, and a Web Design one too ???

see ya learner

Posted By: Le4rner

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/22/02 10:57 AM

Ummm. I realy hate to spam on here... Contact me via email or on my site.
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/22/02 04:58 PM

ok bro, but i asked you what i wanted, you should contact me now on my email..
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 12:51 AM

We're actually planning on having a "Helpful Sites" section on UGN after everything is straightened around...
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 06:00 AM

it sounds great Giz, so it will have only links to those sites, or explanations about what visitors can find on them and so on..
but anyway i like the idea.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 07:08 AM

Users will be able to submit URL's and after approval of "site moderators" it will be added...
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 07:46 AM

yeah that's cool. Will banners/graphics also be available for adding ??

I mean could users add only graphics/banners instead of the site links, or both maybe ?

Or maybe just a listing with links and site info.

Posted By: Le4rner

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 08:21 AM

As a site admin who has maintained a helpful links list for over a year now, I say can the freaking banner idea.

Imagine you are loading a page with say 150 banner adds. It would 1 take forever to load 2 would be annoying.

A well organised list can do plenty for those seeking knowledge.
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 08:24 AM

yeah i guess you're right..

i think that a list like the promod TOP SITES one could be helpfull enough, it's be great actually.

or maybe we should be looking forward to create a new script or something for this whole thing, something that would let users add their links, let site moderators/admins check them, activate them, remove them and so on...
Posted By: AlienTerror

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 02:15 PM

hehe this doesn't look like a forum....

it looks more like a chat=)

Here is a good page(for those who loves reading):
some crazy tips there.

and a great page with cracks:
[edit by unreal]

(the crack page is for those who like to crack the programmers programs and lots of other cracks=)

PS. sometimes it's good to buy the progs to...
You should show your thanks to the programmers by buying sometime <img border="0" alt="[angel]" title="" src="graemlins/angel.gif" />
Posted By: black^Pimp

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 06:07 PM

no i wouldn't say that AlienTerror, what we're doing here is DISSCUSING if you know what that means, but anyway take it as you wish.

btw nice links.

Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Useful Web Sites - 10/23/02 07:34 PM

We'll have our own Top50 page. The "Helpful Links" page will be available to those people JUST with a link/description.
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