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    Techincally that's not true. Their OneCare Live...

    Techincally that's not true. Their OneCare Live Beta is out and it's free (at least for the time being as long as it's in beta.

    A.J.
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    You said you logged off. I've seen plenty of...

    You said you logged off. I've seen plenty of instances where hitting the back key (after logging off) retrieves the last page you were on (including e-mail). It may not allow you to do anything...
  3. Wonder if that's why they released Windows...

    Wonder if that's why they released Windows Defender (Beta 2) so early?

    A.J.
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    I think it all depends on what type of programs...

    I think it all depends on what type of programs you want to write. Python, Perl, etc. are more scripting languages than anything else. C/C++, Java, etc. are more robust languages that can be used...
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    You mentioned that you downloaded the most recent...

    You mentioned that you downloaded the most recent update manually and tried to install it. Was this on the server or on the clients? Also, did you use the self-installing .exe file or the .xdb...
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    Try this: Manual uninstallation documents for...

    Try this: Manual uninstallation documents for Symantec Client Security products

    Granted, it's a bit of work, but you should be able to write a script to do it for you run it at the next reboot. ...
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    You realize that even if we did get a *nix...

    You realize that even if we did get a *nix machine (which, as I said is unlikely since he doesn't have much experience with *nix and I'm not in the IT department so I can't maintain it) it would only...
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    Sorry I didn't give all that much information. ...

    Sorry I didn't give all that much information. The problem is I wasn't really given any clear direction. I suggested bug tracking, and the engineering department agreed it would be useful so I...
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    Usually, all you need is the serial number, which...

    Usually, all you need is the serial number, which should be located on the bottom of your laptop. It's always worth a shot.

    A.J.
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    I think I already know the answer, but any luck...

    I think I already know the answer, but any luck getting into the BIOS to reset the password?

    First off, I'd suggest getting your data off of the hard drive so you don't run the risk of losing it. ...
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    Bug Tracking/Help Desk

    Hi, all. I know this isn't related to security per se, but I recently got a new job as a lead engineer for a small engineering firm and they have no sort of bug tracking system in place and I was...
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    Wow. That download sucked. lol I finally got...

    Wow. That download sucked. lol I finally got through the list and it screwed up on the password. Finally just used BitTorrent instead. I haven't really played around with it yet (just wanna see...
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    Free (official) Linspire

    Not sure if you've all heard, but a company released a free version of Linspire called Freespire late last month. Needless to say, Linspire wasn't too thrilled with the idea. To make a long story...
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    Usually running sfc (system file checker) will...

    Usually running sfc (system file checker) will fix this problem. Note, however, you must have a valid Windows XP disc available to complete the process. To run it, open the command prompt (cmd from...
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    I recently helped migrate a small business to...

    I recently helped migrate a small business to Sanctury Device Control by Kanguru Solutions. It was simple to set up, very cost effective and, at least so far, very efficient at locking out unwanted...
  16. Thread: Microsoft ISA

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    There are a number of pre-built solutions that...

    There are a number of pre-built solutions that use Windows Server 2003 and ISA 2004 (a list of some can be found here) if you don't want to have to deal with installing and configuring it the first...
  17. Thread: WinXP logon

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    I have a good idea... just disconnect any...

    I have a good idea... just disconnect any keyboards, mice and monitors. Problem solved. No local access. What your doing is not feasible. I understand you want your admins to remotely administer...
  18. You know what I'd do? I'd set up an 802.11a...

    You know what I'd do? I'd set up an 802.11a private network and an 802.11g public network. That way, your computers won't be confused since they work on two complete independently frequencies...
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    It's free. ...

    It's free.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/wus/default.mspx

    All of the info you need is available on the web site.

    AJ
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    You can also upgrade to the most recent Beta...

    You can also upgrade to the most recent Beta version (1.4 Beta 2) by either setting you Updates to include Beta releases, or you can download it directly from Softpedia. This update also contains a...
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    You mention you tried Kismet in Windows, right? ...

    You mention you tried Kismet in Windows, right? Did you port it over? I wasn't aware anyone had released a Windows port of Kismet. If you were able to get it to run under Windows, have you tried...
  22. Thread: Evil Twins...

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    This is a re-branding of a basic...

    This is a re-branding of a basic Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) attack.

    They're becoming quite common, especially with all of the HotSpots that are popping up everywhere. I've even seen such attacks...
  23. Oh. My bad. :-P AJ

    Oh. My bad. :-P

    AJ
  24. Hate to break it to you, but this has already...

    Hate to break it to you, but this has already been posted twice (once by me, and then someone pointed out that they had posted it prior to my posting).

    AJ
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    Sorry, I should have clarified (or just written...

    Sorry, I should have clarified (or just written my response differently). I read your post, but I don't really understand your reasoning behind not posting it to a web site. I understand if your...
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