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    jinx, have you heard of tail ??? tail -n N...

    jinx, have you heard of tail ??? tail -n N filename where N = number of lines you want to see..
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    a good file encryption program would be gpg...

    a good file encryption program would be gpg http://www.gnupg.org

    very strong encryption available there.
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    actually, If you can find it, look for the 1.3...

    actually, If you can find it, look for the 1.3 release candidates of spybot S&D, currently it scans for over 15,000, and the resident shield protects for over 1200 signatures...

    I've had adaware...
  4. Thread: Which firewall?

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    just a thought, but a llinux firewall/gateway...

    just a thought, but a llinux firewall/gateway would also do the trick, and could save you that $500..

    i've had luck with IPCOP it's got a nice web based user interface, easy to use, updates are...
  5. Thread: Which firewall?

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    just a thought, but a llinux firewall/gateway...

    just a thought, but a llinux firewall/gateway would also do the trick, and could save you that $500..

    i've had luck with IPCOP it's got a nice web based user interface, easy to use, updates are...
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    well, actually this is what's known as "single...

    well, actually this is what's known as "single user mode". All linux systems have this "feature". It allows the administrator to rescue a system if there's catastrophic problem.

    Since OSX is a...
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    i've had luck with this tool ...

    i've had luck with this tool

    http://wipe.sourceforge.net/
  8. Thread: country codes

    by g00n
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    you could just as easily open a txt file with 2...

    you could just as easily open a txt file with 2 fields, and search for the tld you want..

    Yes hashes are awsome, but loading that many fields, JUST to do 1 lookup? .. you could have written a...
  9. Thread: Software security

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    actually there's other places on yoru computer...

    actually there's other places on yoru computer that they can store data, such as the boot sector, and it IS possible to put data in NVRAM on the mobo... not common but possible.. I would recommend...
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    well, for one it doesn't fix the problem. Being...

    well, for one it doesn't fix the problem. Being that there is some software somewhere on the pc that is loading the ads. This software shouldn't be there and needs to be removed.


    I recommend...
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    well, it may be cheaper, but it breaks their TOS....

    well, it may be cheaper, but it breaks their TOS. AVG is free to non-commercial use. Using it at work would make it commercial use.

    separate those 2 roles, firewall and virus scanning. IPCOP...
  12. splitting the servers into another network...

    splitting the servers into another network segment separating them from any workstations on the network and further separating web services, from internal services (FS/dc...), from development and...
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    does freebsd require ip forwarding on a gateway...

    does freebsd require ip forwarding on a gateway type machine? i don't see a mention of you setting up ip forwarding. not up on my freebsd so i couldn't tell you where to look but in linux you had to...
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    I know it's not freebsd related, but i do know...

    I know it's not freebsd related, but i do know that openbsd makes bridges and filtering bridges very simple.. if you're not tied down it might be worth looking into... hell, for all i know the same...
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    I was under the impression that tripwire worked...

    I was under the impression that tripwire worked by creating md5sums of the files you wanted to watch, then compares the md5sums periodically and tells you what if anything has changed.

    to beat...
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    real quick, did you guys finally remove the...

    real quick, did you guys finally remove the morphix references?
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    your setup is probably the confusing part here. ...

    your setup is probably the confusing part here.

    it appears you have INTERNET->FIREWALL->NAT DEVICE->LAN

    if this is the case, as long as you follow msmittens firewall rules, and your nat device...
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    winternals administration pack.. emergency...

    winternals administration pack..

    emergency repair disk creation wizard.. makes an iso that lets you boot off the cd, and have access to the hdd and such.. also has a utility called "locksmith".....
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    the only ports you MIGHT need for IRC would be...

    the only ports you MIGHT need for IRC would be "113" which is ident.. 139 is NOT somthing you want open for chat. Definately close that port...
  20. Thread: "Google Alert"

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    you would have to be really hardcore about a site...

    you would have to be really hardcore about a site to use this for anything other than business reasons.. still cool though..

    tya
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    i'm choosing to ignore the hacker crap as it...

    i'm choosing to ignore the hacker crap as it offends me and annoys me.. but i will give you some info..

    I take it that you do not have copious numbers of computers to experiment with, making...
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    well, where this algorithm comes into play really...

    well, where this algorithm comes into play really is when these new DMCA like laws get passed, and it's illegal to use a NAT device to share a connection, the ISP's and government agencies will use...
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    Poll: there is a reason your speeds are not what they...

    there is a reason your speeds are not what they are advertising. There might be signal loss due to bad wiring, an excessive number of people in your area are subscribed to the same service. Do you...
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    what burning software are you trying to use? I...

    what burning software are you trying to use?

    I use nero personally and to make a knoppix disk i have to start nero, then cancel the wizards, then from the file menu you select burn image (I...
  25. Thread: A+

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    why get the cert? You never know, if your bosses...

    why get the cert? You never know, if your bosses can show their customers that they have certified people working on the hardware it might help bring business in..

    A company i used to work at...
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