This is the first in a series of Backtrack 4 articles I will be writing regarding the tools available within Backtrack 4. I am fairly new to Backtrack so please comment, teach me, ask questions, or whatever you prefer in the comments section below. I am going to try to go down the list of every single Backtrack 4 tool and write a complete description including instructions on how to use the tools. This first article is on 0trace (0trace.sh) which allows you to perform a traceroute from within an established TCP connection such as HTTP which will be demonstrated below.0trace, 0trace.sh, backtrack, backtrack 4, client, established tcp connection, firewall, GET / HTTP / 1.0, ip address, listener, network, port 80, probe rejected by target, route, stateful, target, target acquired, target reached, tcp, tcpdump, telnet, trace results, traceroute, traffic acquired
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May 22 2010
Dec 28 2008
MPPE stands for Microsoft Point to Point Encryption. MPPE is used to encrypt data traveling over a PPTP, or Point to Point Tunneling Protocol, connection.
When setting up a PPTP connection using DD-WRT firmware on your router there is a blank field to configure MPPE Encryption options in the VPN/PPTP setup. By default the text “mppe required” is typed into this field. You can add a couple other options which include no40, no56, and stateful or stateless. Descriptions of these options are listed below.128-bit, 40-bit, 56-bit, dd-wrt, encryption, microsoft, mppe, point to point, pptp, rfc 3079, stateful, stateless, tunnel, VPN