[SATLUG] Presidential Candidate Websites
Todd W. Bucy
toddwbucy at grandecom.net
Mon Sep 15 22:23:15 CDT 2008
one examply on Obama's payee list he cites AVF consulting googled it
here is there website. http://www.avfconsulting.com/
they do something called microsoft dynamics nav. he paid out $3,079.30
to them. hmmm very interesting.
On Mon, 2008-09-15 at 22:15 -0500, Todd W. Bucy wrote:
> wouldnt it be simpler to look at thier FEC quartly reports to see who
> they are paying then do a little research on the tech companies they pay
> out too?
> here is obama's quartly debt report
> here is mccain's
> On Mon, 2008-09-15 at 22:01 -0500, Jon Mark Allen wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 15:22, Ernest De Leon <edeleonjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > That was actually something I thought about...perhaps they are behind some
> > > F5's that were configured to respond as IIS? That would be pretty odd, but
> > > then again, it would be pretty funny.
> > >
> > > Ernest
> > >
> > Not too long ago, I worked for a company that used F5's. It's true you
> > *could* configure them to change the server banner (with what F5 calls
> > an "iRule" which is really just a python script), but it'd be *much*
> > simpler to change the banner in the webserver itself (which can always
> > be fun...)
> > The typical OS fingerprinting process doesn't (necessarily) concern
> > itself with the server banner. I usually look at TCP or ICMP
> > characteristics instead.
> > For instance, the Time to Live (TTL) field is a good place to quickly
> > look for a rough guess at the remote OS.  has a good overview of
> > the default values per OS. And a slightly more in-depth look of some
> > other fields of interest when fingerprinting is available at .
> > (Disclaimer: I wrote that paper :-) )
> >  http://secfr.nerim.net/docs/fingerprint/en/ttl_default.html
> >  http://www.sans.org/reading_room/whitepapers/protocols/1891.php
> > --
> > JM
> > /* If you haven't found something strange during the day, it hasn't been
> > much of a day.
> > -- John A. Wheeler */
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