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    Probably a good idea...

    Probably a fairly good idea to not visit that link; might be malformed anyway, reading between the lines on this thread; http://codingforums.com/archive/index.php?t-104038.html
    There are several...
  2. Decided on new box, ...But...

    Nihill hit the nail on the head, "But..."
    Could someone tell me the bottom line difference between the below two sources for Vista Home Premium? Like, perhaps, does one have to have separate...
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    Hi all, next time you go to the range, put...

    Hi all, next time you go to the range, put several targets maybe 3-4 feet apart (i use 4-8 targets, paper dessert plates stapled to upright pallets) and stand in one place and fire at all of them...
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    Darn, hexadecimal, this sure isn't funny, but you...

    Darn, hexadecimal, this sure isn't funny, but you had me smiling here, kind of like listening to the voices inside my own head about wireless .....
    But, anyway, to let you know you have company, i...
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    Ejected casings?

    Good point, nihil ;-)
    jmho, guys, but any real pro will not take the time to look around for ejected casings; he'll shoot and scoot then change the firing pin and barrel (or modify them) or ditch...
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    No Problems w/ MS VPC here...

    Taking a Linux course at the local univ, trying to pick up where i left off ten years ago with OSS.
    One of my small boxes (AMD K-6 3D 455mhz processor, 458mb RAM, couple of old 10-gig drives, small...
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    Adobe .PDF Reader vulnerability

    Got an email regarding a vulnerability in .pdf pages. Googled it and came up with the following. Do not know if the problem applies to previous editions of Adobe Acrobat full version, or is limited...
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    Just Close? Nearly indistinguishable. Thanks, a...

    Just Close? Nearly indistinguishable. Thanks, a great post.
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    Poll: Correct, nihil, the Vista iterations build on the...

    Correct, nihil, the Vista iterations build on the basic; the two home versions (Standard or premium) are built upon by the two business versions (Standard and Enterprise). The basis of all versions...
  10. thanks Jehnx, a good post. Makes a good case for...

    thanks Jehnx, a good post. Makes a good case for changing to a more complicated password that might not be so easily sniffed. :-)
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    Thanks, J_K9, we agree on the virtues of using...

    Thanks, J_K9, we agree on the virtues of using straight text-editors such as Notepad, and CSS is the neatest tool since cold beer and MTB's. Text has worked well for me for ten years on the...
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    MS Virtual Web Developer 2005

    Have been trying to not ask this question for a couple of weeks, but here goes:
    I usually write my web pages with notepad, or some other text editor. Over time I have tried most of the more...
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    Best Laugh All Week

    This was a classic, best laugh I've had all week. It might be a bit old post but then I've been gone for awhile and just getting around to checking my rounds.

    The funny part is, Chase (et all)...
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    Good Update

    Thanks, some very good links there as well as mountains of academic papers and conferences. Your find, and all the related links back and forth, as well as the commercial sources selling their...
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    Copyright Marks for photos and sound

    Copyright marking of photographic works, audio files, etc has recently become a more prevalent concern for those who produce such works. The discussion linked below was undertaken in 1998 and...
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    Poll: Agree with diversification

    As Tedob1 mentioned, online backup to insure your own archive methods is a good idea. For instance, everyone has an ISP account with usually a very reliable company, some of which provide generous...
  17. Interesting flaw

    An interesting flaw. Quite some time ago (years?) we had an AO thread discussing how a digital sig could be hijacked. That particular expolit as I recall was unveiled by a very smart lady in the...
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    Without going into great detail here, we need to...

    Without going into great detail here, we need to remember that every "command" is actually a separate entity, with different IT personnel, different levels of training and different levels of...
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    Poll: Thanks for info

    Thanks ZW for the info and link, a very good answer. Yes, i knew the authors are/were students, very clever ones i might add as i always liked 1p2G, even over the expensive offerings out there. ...
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    Poll: About 1st Page 2000...

    Just noticed 1stPage2000 mentioned up there. Seems my copy got whacked with some virus in a button folder module called "six buttons from hell...", a trojan that i can't remember it's name. So, i...
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    Don't believe MIT had anything to do with the...

    Don't believe MIT had anything to do with the "invention" (development) of PGP. They were and still are a distribution point for the older versions.
    PGP was developed and distributed by Phil...
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    Last week i picked up McAfee AV-7.0 packaged with...

    Last week i picked up McAfee AV-7.0 packaged with their firewall for $29. at Wal-Mart. Not a bad price at all for the pair. There are several others (Norton, Panda, WinCleaner) that i either have...
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    Censorship of information allowed to citizens is...

    Censorship of information allowed to citizens is a dangerous practice. Just about anywhere and anytime in past history where the "government" controlled the information available to "citizens" the...
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    SpyWare Question

    A good question and some good answers, however, to bump-up the paranoia level just a click or two, take a look at this claim. What do you think about it? If you have ten (or a hundred) travelling...
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    The Rest Of The Story?

    One of the more complete accounts of the man and events leading up to the trajedy can be found here:
    http://www.cleveland.com/news/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/cuyahoga/1052645719257251.xml
    Many...
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