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    I had the same problem w/ a piece of software...

    I had the same problem w/ a piece of software where I work...and I took work at a financial institution. And I can tell you this: there's no way this app will "only" run as a domain admin. Try...
  2. I look at it this way: Folks like us would be...

    I look at it this way:

    Folks like us would be rather angered that an ISP was messing w/ services on our local machines...but they probably can't anyhow :)
    AND.... let's face it...AOL users...
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    Pardon me if I'm repeating, as I haven't read all...

    Pardon me if I'm repeating, as I haven't read all the replies.

    I think this guy is using a cable modem at home, and he's getting these broadcast messages. If this is the case, then turn of your...
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    From what I've seen from my corporate firewall at...

    From what I've seen from my corporate firewall at work: generally 99% of everything in the logs are either someone running a network scanner over a range of addresses or it's a virus propagating (or...
  5. Thread: firewalls

    by Sonics42ny
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    Hacking back will just cause trouble....and...

    Hacking back will just cause trouble....and someone who posted earlier nailed it: the machine hitting you is "most" likely not the actual source of the attack.

    Just keep your systems tight... and...
  6. Here's something simple to try: If you're not...

    Here's something simple to try: If you're not using AOL anymore, then un-install it. Then, see if this continues. This will rule out of it's the AOL software or not.

    Enjoy.
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    The certification debate is a hot one. Everyone...

    The certification debate is a hot one. Everyone has a different take on certs. If you're looking to get certs to get into the field, that's one thing. Getting certs when you've been in the field...
  8. What is this garbage? Isn't this an IT community...

    What is this garbage? Isn't this an IT community website, in which we discuss technical and technically related issues?

    Did this turn into a tree hugging "i love the world" forum? If so,...
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    EMail monitoring in the workplace is quite...

    EMail monitoring in the workplace is quite simple. Allow me to break it down:

    - The network is owned by the organization one works for. It's their stuff, they can do what they want with it. ...
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    Poll: John Walker-traitor

    1. The death penalty is not inhuman. It may be against some ridiculous religious beliefs, but it's not inhuman. That statement is ridiculous...you don't & never will live in a Utopia.

    2. Guus:...
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    I have to add my two cents here. I think XP...

    I have to add my two cents here.

    I think XP Pro is a quite solid OS. I have the following setup:

    P2 300
    192 MB RAM
    Voodoo 3 vid w/ 16 MB Ram
    6 GB HDD.

    yeah, my system is rather old. ...
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