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    Like all good security questions, the answer to...

    Like all good security questions, the answer to this one is "depends".

    In terms of reliability, it's generally safe to say that hardware is more reliable than software, so if that's your priority,...
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    Just as a followup, the Verizon card I got is...

    Just as a followup, the Verizon card I got is giving me ridiculous hassles as well, so I think it can be stated for the record that Toshiba laptops (at least the P35) are unable to handle wireless...
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    Well, nothing on COM1 as far as I can tell, but...

    Well, nothing on COM1 as far as I can tell, but with modern BIOSes and WinXP, it's kind of hard to tell.
    |3lack|ce will be happy to know I finally decided to exert my consumer muscle and subscribe...
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    Huh. The only event log stuff that's...

    Huh. The only event log stuff that's identifiable as related to the card is an Information event in the system events:
    Winport opened COM1 as a client, for connecting to network modems.

    This is...
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    I don't have another card, and since they run...

    I don't have another card, and since they run about $150-200, I'm not keen on buying one just on a hunch, especially since this one seems to work in other machines.

    I'm getting the Sierra Wireless...
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    I forgot to mention that other PCMCIA cards work...

    I forgot to mention that other PCMCIA cards work fine in the Toshiba, which suggests that there's actually some kind of software incompatibility going on, but the only non-standard software on the...
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    Thanks for the help... The Sprint PCS network...

    Thanks for the help...
    The Sprint PCS network requires a proprietary Sprint wireless internet card to access it, so I pretty much do have to use this card.
    The Sprint software cannot really be...
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    unfortunately, I've tried getting a new laptop,...

    unfortunately, I've tried getting a new laptop, and get the same crash. :(

    i've also looked for new bios/firmware updates for both the laptop and the card, and found nothing.

    I installed the...
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    Hardware Incompatibility?

    This isn't really my style, but I've run into a problem that I can't solve, and it seems very much like a hardware problem, save one thing....

    I got a brand new laptop, a Toshiba P35, booted it up...
  10. Well, we've certainly seen microsoft release...

    Well, we've certainly seen microsoft release insanely insecure operating systems in the past while swearing up and down that they were the most secure thing on the block.
    So we certainly can't...
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    Wow. Just when I started to think that the...

    Wow.
    Just when I started to think that the computer geek community was getting over their sexism and macho-mentality...
    I mean, I get that it's a joke, but just 'cause you're laughing when you say...
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    SysAdmin Book Recommendations

    Hi folks - having come from the world of microsoft, I've decided that it's finally time to get some serious knowledge about system administration in a *nix environment. I've installed Red Hat 9, and...
  13. All I know is that it clearly isn't just a...

    All I know is that it clearly isn't just a software issue, because otherwise we could just upgrade the drivers of our old 802.11b cards to run at 802.11g speeds - instead you need new hardware.
    My...
  14. Thread: Remember Y2k ?

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    Corporations definitely exercise their ability to...

    Corporations definitely exercise their ability to invade our privacy much more frequently and flagrantly, but I wouldn't say that that makes them the worst.
    Governments have direct control over...
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    A tutorial on RainbowCrack: ...

    A tutorial on RainbowCrack:

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=257366
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    Does anyone use eMule or any eDonkey clients?...

    Does anyone use eMule or any eDonkey clients?
    Other than BitTorrent, eMule seems to me to be the best P2P network out there...comments?
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    Hah. The editors softened this sentence, but I...

    Hah. The editors softened this sentence, but I can guess what Baumhardt really said.

    Starts with an "M"....ends with a "soft".....
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    Remember, in fascist states the crime rate always...

    Remember, in fascist states the crime rate always drops to about 0%.

    So there is no question that invasive wiretapping and other forms of monitoring successfully thwart crime.

    Additionally,...
  19. This seems like a race-conditions sort of...

    This seems like a race-conditions sort of exploit: most of the time XP will be able to load the utility manager before the next utility manager request can come in (and therefore close the existing...
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    Well, the hex leaves me cold, but I think it's...

    Well, the hex leaves me cold, but I think it's safe to assume that the UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME message indicates that the computer's unable to mount the boot volume of your hard drive.
    I've...
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    Hm, maybe I'm missing something, but I don't...

    Hm, maybe I'm missing something, but I don't think NetStumbler can be used to break any kind of encryption, nor does it give you access to WEP keys.
    Maybe you meant AirSnort.
  22. Thread: why?!!?

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    [link error]undefined reference to 'print' ...

    [link error]undefined reference to 'print'

    This one's a simple typo - you meant to type:
    printf("Adding %c%c** to 4char.ppm..\n", i, j);

    but instead did:
    print("Adding %c%c** to...
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    When you assign anti-points, you click either "I...

    When you assign anti-points, you click either "I approve" or "I disapprove".

    People disapproved of your post, which they are completely entitled to do.

    Simple as that. I don't think it needs...
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    It depends how your router is configured, really....

    It depends how your router is configured, really.

    It's possible for a router to be configured to treat traffic originating outside the LAN much more strictly.
    For example, you might have an...
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    NAT and such

    I'm not sure if your question has been adequately answered, but it's one that I had for a long time as well before I finally figured it out. Here's my understanding of how NAT works on a router like...
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