Access with super secret paswwords and back doors.

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Network diagnostics; would this be to monitor what web pages are being looked at or to determine if someone is trying to gain access. I need to be able to prevent access to specific websites. I would like to do a broad range and specific sites as well as casino's and other similar sites. I don't want this to be permenante and I want to be able to edit the list. I would really prefer not to buy a software to do this and it has to be something that only I know about. Explorer options are easily changed. It needs to be the super secret site blocker something I can hide from nosey friends. Ones that encourage use of these types of sites that know just enough to be dangerous. Basically rig the system to do what they want because they don't know or have all the pieces to do it right. You know the ones that find or are given programs and think they are hackers or computer repair people and of course one program is a password finder. I need to make sure it is a super super secret back door entrance. Send private message if nessasary. I really hate people that have blown up 5 or 6 computers but was able to fix one and everyone thinks they are a computer guru. What they fail to realize is they are now practicing on your computer and will most likely mess yours up by say deleting the bios or the kernel, but know how to find passwords and add passwords. Because they are trying to hide the fact they don't know what they are doing or are blaming the problem on someone else to hide thier own screw ups. The ones that only read part the information to correct the problem not why the problem exists because A. depends on B being correct which causes C to behave or not behave, which inturn causes E to function or not. These are the ones I need to prevent changing the passwords to prevent access to the sites. Is this possible to obtain without anyones knowledge and without expensive software? Sorry for the ranting.
ASKED: August 16, 2006  9:52 PM
UPDATED: August 17, 2006  12:30 PM

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YOU MAY CONSIDER INFO ON BRIDGING NETWORKS, CREATING SUBNETWORKS VIA BRIDGING (OPENBSD MAN PAGES…, AND OTHER SOURCES). YOU COULD USE AN OLD OR UNDER USED PC AS YOUR ONLY CONNECTION TO THE INTERNET (VIA CABLEMODEM, OR ?), THEN RUN YOUR BRIGDED (READ HIDDEN) SUBNET FOR ALL USERS/PC’s. WITH THIS AS A BASELINE, YOU COULD RUN VIRTUAL MACHINES WITH YOUR SOFTWARE LOADED WITHIN, AND AS I REPLIED TO ANOTHER QUESTION, USE LINUXVIRTUALSERVER, WITH HEARTBEAT (LINUXVIRTUALSERVER DOT ORG), AND RUN MULTIPLE VIRTUAL MACHINES (XENSOURCE DOT ORG), EVEN GO AS FAR AS CLUSTERING THESE, SETTING THE CLUSTER UP, SO THAT IF SOMETHING HAPPENS TO ONE OR MORE OF THE VM’s, A COMMAND COULD BE SENT TO ALL OTHER RUNNING VM’s NOT YET AFFECTED BY THE PROBLEM, TO BLOCK INPUT (OR OTHER TYPE(S) OF COMMANDS), UNTIL A SOLUTION CAN BE FOUND. YOU MAY DO THIS WITH A COMBO OF THROTTLING (ACME DOT COM MAN PAGES, AND OTHER SOURCES) AND SOFTWARE THAT DEALS WITH THE PC’s ONBOARD CLOCK. EWEEK, SOME MONTHS AGO, HAD AN ARTICLE ON A GUY THAT USED THE PC’s CLOCK AS A POSITIVE IDENTIFIER, AS EACH CLOCK HAS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT OUTPUT TIMING PULSES. AN ASIDE (NOT THE SAME AS A SHAMELESS PLUG), TAKE A LOOK AT DRAGONFLY OS, AS WELL AS OPENBSD ITSELF (DFLY…, SMALL AND FAST W/SECURITY, OPENBSD…, FAST, VERY GOOD SECURITY). ECOS/REDBOOT ALSO (THINK INTERNAL BRIDGING IN FIRMWARE, SAN DIEGO TRIBUNE ARTICLE ABOUT A YOUNG SMART STUDENT THAT WON HIS SCHOOL’S SCIENCE FAIR WITH INTERNAL BRIDGING IN HIS ROUTER AS HIS PROJECT). TIM.

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