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    There was an interesting article in PCMag...

    There was an interesting article in PCMag basically reiterating the point I made when I started this thread. I feel one iota vindicated. Perhaps it is tinfoil hat time after all!
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    I'm seeing a lot of interest in making a bid to...

    I'm seeing a lot of interest in making a bid to buy the site. It's languishing from a revenue standpoint anyway. I bet you could even figure out how much was paid for the site by comparing...
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    I will say this though, for the Time thing and...

    I will say this though, for the Time thing and the timing in particular. It was highly ironic that a man who sells people's personal information to corporations was made man of the year, and the man...
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    I don't know. I found it pretty entertaining...

    I don't know. I found it pretty entertaining when they skewed Justin Bieber's online poll to say he should perform in North Korea next. :D
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    I guess it's not a mystery anymore. So much for...

    I guess it's not a mystery anymore. So much for my conspiracy theory. The A-Team dug deep enough and ID'd all of the major players. Names, IP addresses, facebook sites, etc. The full "reveal"...
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    Our government is fond of wars that can't be...

    Our government is fond of wars that can't be "won" by a clear and distinct victory. Perpetual war is necessary to justify the freaking massive budgets demanded by our intelligence and "defense". ...
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    Poll: Thread hijackers. You guys need to learn the...

    Thread hijackers. You guys need to learn the fine art of tl;dr for the rest of us. (too long; didn't read)
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    Cablegate was a big insight into how dumb our...

    Cablegate was a big insight into how dumb our leaders really are. Their behavior is strikingly similar to what we all experienced in high school.
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    Poll: Hockey is serious business.

    Hockey is serious business.
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    You're right. Thus: *edit* My point is...

    You're right. Thus:



    *edit*
    My point is the best way to justify new legislation that would allow the tracking of anyone online at any time would be to masquerade as a bunch of dumba**...
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    Discussion on Lulzsec

    As much as I hate to draw attention to what appears to be a script kiddie group spun off of the popular "Anonymous", I think it could turn into an interesting discussion.

    If unfamiliar, check out...
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    I'm fascinated that someone would want to use a...

    I'm fascinated that someone would want to use a brute forcer to retrieve a password rather than one of the many other options provided by yahoo. When you sign up for an email account you answer...
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    It's not normal for most AV applications, but...

    It's not normal for most AV applications, but bitdefender is a little out of the ordinary. I have limited experience with bitdefender (I managed a pilot of it for a WinXP build at a corporation I no...
  14. Thread: System problem

    by keezel
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    The Ubuntu disk actually has Memtest 86 on it,...

    The Ubuntu disk actually has Memtest 86 on it, ironically enough. Just use that to test the system's memory. It does sound like a memory issue, though. I had a box like that once.

    Also, I agree...
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    Wazz, boyboy mentioned that he tried to access...

    Wazz, boyboy mentioned that he tried to access the file from the admin account but had no luck. As it turns out, the issue was not with folder permissions but some wonky issue with encryption or...
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    HAHAHAHAHA!! Wow. Good job Microsoft. And...

    HAHAHAHAHA!!

    Wow. Good job Microsoft.

    And the ad campaign about "some kid in China" is hysterical. As if Linux is still primarily supported by random freelance coders. They are totally...
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    Hitachi's Drive Fitness Test (DFT) is very good. ...

    Hitachi's Drive Fitness Test (DFT) is very good. It's deceptively simple (pass/fail) but very accurate. It also offers sector repair in select circumstances depending on the outcome of the test.
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    I'll echo this. A software firewall will prompt...

    I'll echo this. A software firewall will prompt and alert you to unusual/new inbound and outbound traffic. Awareness is key. Some decent routers also maintain logs, but they are harder to read. ...
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    To clarify, it sounds more like you are looking...

    To clarify, it sounds more like you are looking for a backup portal (as opposed to layered security). Is this correct?

    Routing protocols (like OSPF or RIP) can be configured with multiple...
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    You're kindof a jerk.

    You're kindof a jerk.
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    You could have an IP anywhere in the world if you...

    You could have an IP anywhere in the world if you send email from someone else's proxy. I could connect to a proxy or virtual server in India and send email if I wanted, and you'd trace it to India...
  22. Thread: go7400 problem

    by keezel
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    They exist, but last time I checked they weren't...

    They exist, but last time I checked they weren't cost-effective. After 1.5 years it might actually be more worthwhile to buy a new laptop. Sorry to say but external video via USB is crappy (USB is...
  23. Yeah...I'm not sure what you're asking. I've...

    Yeah...I'm not sure what you're asking. I've found http://www.w3schools.com/ to be a great resource for learning web languages...perhaps this will help.
  24. Thread: Laptop RAM

    by keezel
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    If it came stock with 667MHz you might want to...

    If it came stock with 667MHz you might want to research what RAM speed the board can utilize. For that matter you might want to make sure your board can take 4 gigs.

    If you pop four gigs of RAM...
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    Simple fileserver guide

    I was browsing through the most popular digg articles from the past week and hit on this. It's an over-simplified graphical guide to setting up a file server using Ubuntu.
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