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    This is probably the only newbie faq that I've...

    This is probably the only newbie faq that I've read all the way through. Apart from the infinite loop many of us are experiencing, it is very readable. Congrats on a great post.
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    I really dont see how "hacking" terrorists will...

    I really dont see how "hacking" terrorists will help anyone.
    1) If it is just a website that you knock offline: the last time I checked, owning a website, no matter how offensive is not illegal. ...
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    Heh, how often does it happen that someone is on...

    Heh, how often does it happen that someone is on both the newest members list and the most recently banned list at the same time... I couldn't fit both lists onto my screen at once to get a picture,...
  4. Thread: Avenue A?!?!

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    Everyonce in a while, when surfing the forums...

    Everyonce in a while, when surfing the forums here, I get a warning that Avenue A is trying to download itself... I was wondering why: is it part of what pays for AO's costs, does it change the way...
  5. Thread: Avenue A?!?!

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    Avenue A?!?!

    I've noticed that recently I've been getting bogged down with pop-up and pop-under ads, so to remedy my problem I tried Spybot Search and Destroy (security.kolla.de ) It worked wonders, for any of...
  6. Thread: Basic Unix

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    If you want to have something to experiment on...

    If you want to have something to experiment on without partitioning, or giving up the os you're used to you should take a look at knoppix. It is a linux distro that boots off a cd. All you do is...
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    Poll: I'm using avast right now, I've had it on my box...

    I'm using avast right now, I've had it on my box for about a year now. The only problem was that I couldn't figure out how to update the definitions, so although it was free, it was of no use to me...
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    Poll: Yep, that's what the story said, But it is...

    Yep, that's what the story said,
    But it is still worrysome that they might not have done so, if the media hadn't said anything.
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    Poll: Zone Labs *might* fix bug

    Zone Labs, the creators of Zone Alarm and Zone Alarm Pro, (and other products I'm guessing) was notified of a bug in their free version of the firewall. This is nothing unusual, bugs are reported...
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    HOLY CRAP, THATS TODAY!!! Oh, wait, I don't...

    HOLY CRAP, THATS TODAY!!!

    Oh, wait, I don't have a web server.
    (and if I did, it sure as hell would be patched by now)
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    Ok, I'd start by looking at the big picture, then...

    Ok, I'd start by looking at the big picture, then worry about the details. First, you need to find out the length (in lines it looks like) of each file, and see if concatenation is necessary.

    eg....
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    Poll: As I was kindly reminded, I realize I should have...

    As I was kindly reminded, I realize I should have posted my extension as a new tut. but when I started, I didn't think it would be that long! It wont happen again :)
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    If thats the reason, you should check the specs...

    If thats the reason, you should check the specs of brfusion's link (http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/electronic/5a05/). From what it looks like, it's data port is indistinguishable from the...
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    Poll: I realize it is trivial to find a program to do...

    I realize it is trivial to find a program to do this for you, but the mental exercise is good for you.
    I remember my 11th grade math teacher who rarely let us use calculators, and would prefer we...
  15. Thread: Telnet problems.

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    A quick question: How are you opening telnet? If...

    A quick question: How are you opening telnet? If you are going run->telnet, or double clicking the icon in c:/windows/system and it is closing right away, you could try opening a dos shell, and from...
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    I'll preface this by saying that I know little...

    I'll preface this by saying that I know little about c++ programming, so what I have to say will be somewhat general, rather than specifically related to c++.
    When you said that dictionary password...
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    I dont think it is as much a "hacker group" as an...

    I dont think it is as much a "hacker group" as an open challenge to anyone inclined to deface a webpage.

    (BTW, is anyone else having trouble getting to DjM's link to www.defacers-challenge.com ?)...
  18. Thread: Programming?????

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    When I first started programming (last year, so...

    When I first started programming (last year, so I'm by no means a pro) I had a problem understanding how complex programs could work when all the processor can do are such simple tasks. I realized...
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    It doesn't need to be explicitly run by the...

    It doesn't need to be explicitly run by the victim. It could possibly be placed in the startup folder, or the run key in the registry and you would have no idea, unless you were super paranoid...
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    The original w32 bugbear virus came out last...

    The original w32 bugbear virus came out last fall, I believe, but the new variant is bugbear.b which I had the unpleasant opportunity to remove from my mom's computer. If you tried to remove...
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    Heres a good math tip. If you are squaring a...

    Heres a good math tip. If you are squaring a number that ends in 5, like 25 or 65, then just multiply the tens digit by the next consecutive one, ie for 25 -> 2x3 for 45 -> 4x5 and put a 25 on...
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    I personally use web based e-mail most of the...

    I personally use web based e-mail most of the time but then i dont email too much. But at school, we have Pegasus mail which is a free download from http://www.pmail.com . It is fully compatible...
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    Im not saying that his request isn't suspect (or...

    Im not saying that his request isn't suspect (or that it is, for that matter) but in response to MB's suggestion of writing it down... Have you ever seen War Games (the password is pencil)? The...
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    I think its a good idea. In fact, when i saw...

    I think its a good idea. In fact, when i saw that post(http://www.antionline.com/showthrea...threadid=234185) i pm'd him to say that the roll call does not allow reply's, and that to have his...
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    Largest WLAN ever!

    I got this article from The Register. Its about a 3 sq. km WLAN set up in New Zealand. By the looks of it, it could be very hard to secure but kudos to them for trying. Other cities have free...
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