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  1. Thread: Internships

    by Wickdgin
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    Internships

    Its the time in my college career where I need to get an internship position for the summer.

    My major is Computer Science and Computer Security. Its actually a double major, which requires me to...
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    **Sigh** Alright, this topic has come up...

    **Sigh**

    Alright, this topic has come up plenty of times, and is far from old news...

    First off, Linux is open source. By design open source will have more reported vulnerabilities than...
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    Linux Wireless Trouble

    I've spent the last two days reading everything I could trying to get this to work.

    I have a Dell Inspiron 8000 running Slackware 9.0, trying to get my Linksys WPC11 v3 wireless nic to work under...
  4. I must say, the thread title is a bit...

    I must say, the thread title is a bit mis-leading. This really doesn't have much to do with the open source license.

    It might be an inconvience, but Redhat, Mandrake, etc are all corporations and...
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    I think the point is that you need to be a well...

    I think the point is that you need to be a well rounded person. There is nothing wrong with studying computers, but if that is all you know, how far would you get you in life?
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    You must setup your BIOS to boot from the CD...

    You must setup your BIOS to boot from the CD drive before it boots from the Harddisk. The computer normally will tell you to hold down a certain key to enter setup, while it is booting up. The key...
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    You need only to format the partition that Win XP...

    You need only to format the partition that Win XP is on. The windows 98 setup should do that for you.
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    A better GUI isn't necessarily the prettier one....

    A better GUI isn't necessarily the prettier one.

    As far as eye candy though... I prefer KDE with the liquid theme, and there are a few different icon sets I like. Overall, Linux desktops are by...
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    Forgive me if you have already checked this......

    Forgive me if you have already checked this... From my experience working in a computer shop, the problem you have described most commonly occured due to either bad ram, or ram installed wrong (i.e....
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    Just to clear this up.Your both right to the...

    Just to clear this up.Your both right to the extent of the mention of an eye for an eye in the Bible, however this is not it's origin.

    It's origins are from ancient Babylonia, circa 1800 BC. An...
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    Sounds like a good idea. RPM dependencies...

    Sounds like a good idea.

    RPM dependencies always got on my nerves. After one time trying to update Gnome, I had a huge list of never ending dependencies. Eventually I ignored a few and totally...
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    This Libertarian group was in the student union...

    This Libertarian group was in the student union at school one day, handing out surveys to identify how the student body of my school thought politicly. Turns out, according to this survey, I was a...
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    You don't compile assembly code, you assemble it...

    You don't compile assembly code, you assemble it (and link it if you want a working executable).

    As slarty said assembly languages is usually tied to both the assembler and the architecture....
  14. I've run Mandrake, Redhat and more recently Slack...

    I've run Mandrake, Redhat and more recently Slack on my Dell Inspiron 8000.

    The latest releases of Mandrake or Redhat should probably install and run fine with minimal to no tweaking. With...
  15. Re: programming Knowledge for security purposes ?

    It's not knowing how to use them, but knowing how they work.

    Programming and security go hand and hand. If you don't understand how your computer handles instructions, memory, i/o,...
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    I have a Dell Inspiron 8000 900mhz, 256 MB Ram,...

    I have a Dell Inspiron 8000 900mhz, 256 MB Ram, 16 MB Nvidia Geforce Go video -- I've had it for over a year and a half, runs pretty nice. I've had Mandrake, Redhat, and currently Slackware on here...
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    Binary wouldn't be any harder than assembler. ...

    Binary wouldn't be any harder than assembler. Since each instuction in asm translates to one instruction in machine code, if you programmed code in asm and was given a reference lookup to each...
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    Re: What sup with program languages

    That's like asking what is the best car. There is a reason why there are so many programming languages out there. No one language is better than all the rest. There are many different reasons why...
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    I would have to disagree with you too. You...

    I would have to disagree with you too.

    You yourself have came here from a search for "AIM Punters" and now seem to have realized that this is considered <quote> Lame </quote>

    What I am...
  20. Thread: MD5 Checksum

    by Wickdgin
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    Just to throw my 2 cents in... Thought it...

    Just to throw my 2 cents in...

    Thought it is not very likely someone could alter a file and fake an md5 checksum, it is very possible they could also supply you with a fake md5sum. If...
  21. Sorry no online program. I like it there,...

    Sorry no online program.

    I like it there, but it has been a lot of work. I haven't really touched on any of the security courses themselves yet. If you look at the major outline - the first...
  22. My school East Stroudsburg University...

    My school East Stroudsburg University (www.esu.edu) offers a Computer Security degree. From what they're researched and I've seen it's the only undergraduate program of it's kind in the country. I...
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    It's not about what languages you know, but how...

    It's not about what languages you know, but how well you know how to use them The best thing is to focus on programming itself. Learn good design, and the language you use is trivial.
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    From the looks of it the study is done simply on...

    From the looks of it the study is done simply on general statistics, the number of vulnerabilities, the number of attacks, cost, etc. However based on such stats: running Mac OS doesn't mean your...
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    From the looks of it the study is done simply on...

    From the looks of it the study is done simply on general statistics, the number of vulnerabilities, the number of attacks, cost, etc. However based on such stats: running Mac OS doesn't mean your...
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