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  1. Thread: Telnet Question

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    It's not just the university server. I have a...

    It's not just the university server. I have a list of about 15 SMTP servers that I could get onto under a normal ISP, but now that I'm on UniversityNet they all block my connection. I'm never...
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    That was dissapointing. I guess I won't have a...

    That was dissapointing. I guess I won't have a miniature supercomputer.
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    Whole lotta parts to use

    I don't really know if this is the right forum, but whatever, here goes. I've got three computers in various states of disrepair. Basically, I have the following:

    1. One working computer with 2...
  4. Thread: Telnet Question

    by Ajchez
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    I have a question regarding this. I used to...

    I have a question regarding this. I used to spoof mail using telnet (harmless fun with friends) by connecting to my ISP's mail server and going through the whole SMTP thing. Now that I'm at a...
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    Only full proof method I ever heard of was to use...

    Only full proof method I ever heard of was to use netcat on all major ports, and use it as a kind of remote server. That way netcat takes a beating, and your services are basically alright. Funny...
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    It is true that it takes a malicious programmer...

    It is true that it takes a malicious programmer to make malicious code, but there are a bunch of programmers out there. C++ is incredible, and I wish I could afford MSVC++. Can an AV program...
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    Wonderful. I just got a CD player put in my car,...

    Wonderful. I just got a CD player put in my car, and now I'm going to have to upgrade again? It is cool stuff, but how many of us would actually upgrade to get the full benefits of this technology?...
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    Thanks for your replies. After using the...

    Thanks for your replies. After using the security juggernaut that is JAVA, I was pretty amazed you could do some of the stuff with C++.
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    It is true that some knowledge is useless, and...

    It is true that some knowledge is useless, and unfortunately MSDOS is becoming useless. Although I'm starting to prefer it to XP, but that's another post. OK, I'm going to use a teacher as an...
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    I once volunteered to teach a class for my local...

    I once volunteered to teach a class for my local school board. It was about basic computer usage, and it was for teachers and parents who wanted or needed a better understanding of things. There...
  11. Thread: Windows XP

    by Ajchez
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    It is true that Microsoft has some customer...

    It is true that Microsoft has some customer service issues to work out, and a whole bunch of quality issues to ponder on. Yet, you guys that hate MS try to write an OS that is as versatile as...
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    Win32 Programming

    I'm just getting into Win32 programming with C, and have noticed some funny things. Using Win32 you can shut down a computer, play around with drives, and other neat stuff. What is there to stop an...
  13. Thread: Aol user

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    Hackers that use AOL? It's like, a Jew for...

    Hackers that use AOL? It's like, a Jew for Christ.
  14. Thread: Oh dear...

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    My mom thought it would be cute if she put a...

    My mom thought it would be cute if she put a garfield magnet on my box. My poor box that I spent 3 years building and begging people for parts. Ruined by a random scattering and reorganization of...
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    Network/Internet data is sent in packets of some...

    Network/Internet data is sent in packets of some size determined by your computer and the server. In other words, you recieve blocks of data at a time (7kb blocks for me). Now, if one of those...
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    There are ways around everything. After Napster...

    There are ways around everything. After Napster got screwed more file sharing utilities came out then ever before. All this is going to do is piss some people off, which will lead to more hacking. ...
  17. Thread: Team AO????

    by Ajchez
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    Poll: I've been doing SETI since it was setup, and...

    I've been doing SETI since it was setup, and since I don't use my computer most of the time I have a lot of bandwith to volunteer. An AO network would probably be more useful than SETI, too.
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