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August 29th, 2008 07:52 AM
Very creative solution to that problem :) Luck, unfortunately, often is missing ...
you could also ping to the broadcast address and wait for who is answering ...
if there are some sun...
:) That's the way I write posts usually. There should be
some content, even if I do not exactly target the request
of the thread starter. I better spend 15 min on something
than 5 times...
Well written post - it's a pleasure to try to answer your questions.
1) You don't need selinux. It's geared towards environments with the
the need for mandatory access...
February 29th, 2008 10:47 AM
I never heard of a checksum called "opt-out".
Also, as far as I know, there is no mechanism or technique
called "opt-out" with respect to checksums.
No comments on the...
January 30th, 2008 07:29 AM
Andrew Wiles proved a while ago Fermat's last theorem.
For this so seemingly simple statement, another deep
mathematical conjecture (Taniyama–Shimura conjecture,
which is about...
January 29th, 2008 09:59 PM
The first impact would be that Clay may have to pay one million $ :)
...so there always will be rumors (any references?).
Second, lot's of people, among them genuine researches, claim to...
January 29th, 2008 05:03 PM
Neat and small - i like it. I haven't still look at it in detail,
but for hijacking, is it related to have the thread in suspended
state and overwriting the entry point resp...
January 24th, 2008 04:05 PM
I agree with the remarks above.
As per a specific NAS device:
I like synology products. They do provide some supplemental
functionality compared to the Iomega one. Rs407 or Cs407...
January 24th, 2008 12:35 PM
Yes, it is possible, but undocumented. I actually have never seen
the following on the web.
What you find[1,2] are information about a registry binary called
January 23rd, 2008 07:37 AM
I don't know who recommended C#, but that recommendation
There are two ways to increase your chances for a
well-paid job position nowadays - either know an
January 16th, 2008 06:58 PM
I just came across a slashdot-article, in which Halvar Flake
presents how a comparison of unpatched vs patched libraries
can reveal easily all information needed to develop an exploit....
January 15th, 2008 04:46 PM
I start to take this personally :D
Since the junction point in discussion is a subfolder of the desktop,
I don't think that the full path solves the problem. Anyway, try
January 15th, 2008 12:31 PM
You may have to make sure that Launch folder windows in a separate process is checked.
Optionally, you may check one of the following two commands:
January 14th, 2008 09:28 PM
Unfortunately, ncpa.cpl is the only control panel item that cannot
be started with runas, neither with
runas /user:administrator ncpa.cpl
December 30th, 2007 02:13 PM
There are many forms of inter-process communications,
certainly TCP/IP is often used, but also [D]COM or named
pipes are common. The goal of IPC actually is to provide
December 25th, 2007 11:42 AM
I had a glance at the licensing mechanism. Although
the following argumentation certainly has to be taken
with a grain of salt (and I may have misunderstood
December 20th, 2007 08:33 AM
reminds me of another task of yours in July. I would use a
1. Read in the whole 'parts' - file in a SortedDictionary(of string, boolean)
2. Open an InputStream to...
December 12th, 2007 09:36 AM
Although I am not an expert, I thought to have understood as much:
The frequency is given on a per core-basis (often that number is even
referred to as the 'core frequency')
December 5th, 2007 03:34 PM
Thanks guys for the additional input. From a gamers (!) point of view
I like the idea of using a readyboost capable flashdrive for the pagefile.
May be worth a try.
I now bought a Intel...
December 2nd, 2007 11:01 AM
Thanks for sharing the paper. It is a nice compilation
of points to think of, thus defining a standard :)
To be a bit picky:
We are talking here about systems thaat cost >150k$
December 2nd, 2007 10:23 AM
Good contribution, ildjarn. I haven't seen before that you mentioned
preimage attacks, but excellent that you did so now! Salting is a simple
and effective method to render rainbow tables...
November 29th, 2007 08:28 PM
I regularly check David Litchfields blog (nice review), but there was
nothing like that (I may be wrong of course) since the
DBMS_EXPORT_EXTENSION Injection (package with public execute...
November 29th, 2007 08:12 PM
Thanks for your input guys. I also asked a few others (one of them with the
same setup as foxyloxley ;) ), none of them was able to play crysis
at limit (well, at resolution 1920x1200 :) )...
November 29th, 2007 07:57 PM
Those one-way hashing algorithms are indeed "irreversible" in the meaning
that they are not invertible. Even with infinite computer power you won't
be able to deduce the input unambiguous.
November 28th, 2007 02:08 PM
With "upgradeable" I mean the following (exaggerated example):
Assume I buy the latest graphic card for 600$ (PCI Express or whatever).
In one year, I will sell this graphic card and...