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    Poll: Well, as good an idea as it is, if your that...

    Well, as good an idea as it is, if your that worried about a stand alone system why not simply stick a CMOS password on it? It dosent look as pretty as a Windows GUI user/pass, but its probably more...
  2. Thread: quarantine?

    by Rna
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    If your starting to try and read virus code, try...

    If your starting to try and read virus code, try first to download source codes from the net (Dont start with the compiled things. These are somewhat unreadable and dangerious). I would start first...
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    Ive done a bit of experimentation with this one...

    Ive done a bit of experimentation with this one in the past. Although only Mercedes are vunerable using a palm pilots built in IR transceiver, you can rather easily build/buy yourself a radio...
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    Well, if I had the option given to me to pick any...

    Well, if I had the option given to me to pick any supernatural power, I would have none of it. Im happy being normal.

    If I was supernatural in any way, I would probably consider myself superiour...
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    Well, if I had the option given to me to pick any...

    Well, if I had the option given to me to pick any supernatural power, I would have none of it. Im happy being normal.

    If I was supernatural in any way, I would probably consider myself superiour...
  6. Thread: C problem...

    by Rna
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    A'ight. Well I solved the problem, although not...

    A'ight. Well I solved the problem, although not how I had intended to. I ended up using:

    quit = getch();
    if (quit == 113 || quit == 81)
    return 0;

    It works. Now hitting Q is the only way to...
  7. Thread: C problem...

    by Rna
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    C problem...

    Alright. Im a beginning C programmer, and im having a few difficultys with a piece of code im tryin to get working.

    Its a small program to view whatever you have lying around in your memory. My...
  8. Its made by a company known as Gigabyte...

    Its made by a company known as Gigabyte Technology, model GA-7ZMMH. Its not the first I've seen with CMOS software control, although the idea is rather new. Theres also no option to disable it, the...
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    Ok, the only explanation I can think up is due to...

    Ok, the only explanation I can think up is due to web based hotmail users clicking the send button a few more times than necessary (Some people are addicted to double clicking when a single click...
  10. This is what I would have thought as well, but...

    This is what I would have thought as well, but I've had a play with it and I can indeed change my fan speeds, change my processor speeds (I can overclock, underclock, etc), and pretty much change...
  11. An interesting thought on software controlled CMOS/BIOS

    Something interesting I pondered upon a couple of days ago while buying a new motherboard...

    Upon reading the new features supported in my new motherboard, I noticed it supported full software...
  12. Thread: w000000000000000t

    by Rna
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    Point your browser at Antionline.com hoping to...

    Point your browser at Antionline.com hoping to get some interesting conversations about security stuff and what do you get?? W000000000ts! Whats this world coming to?
    ...
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    Why do I feel this is something else us linux...

    Why do I feel this is something else us linux users don't have to lie awake at night worrying about... Another day, another Windows virus. Let me guess, It'll rock up in your email mentioning how...
  14. Thread: Need Help

    by Rna
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    A simpler and more user friendly version of...

    A simpler and more user friendly version of Scarface212's registry editing techniques: Click 'Start', then 'run'. Within the run box, type the command 'msconfig' (again, without the quotes.) This...
  15. Personally I drop strangely ported packets,...

    Personally I drop strangely ported packets, because im for some reason prone to portscans. Hopefully whoevers scanning me gets tired of waiting for all his pings to timeout and leaves me alone.
  16. Thread: BIND Weaknesses

    by Rna
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    Hey Remote. Interesting. Do you think I...

    Hey Remote. Interesting.

    Do you think I should change my aviator? Do you think its hard to take someone with an exploding pokemon thing seriously?

    Rna.
  17. Oooh!! Oohhh!!! Im elite!! Im elite!! Pick me...

    Oooh!! Oohhh!!! Im elite!! Im elite!! Pick me pick me!!

    Sorry, im not at all helpful, am I...
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    Why do I somehow not fear a plague of evil elite...

    Why do I somehow not fear a plague of evil elite Sub7 viruses setting peoples hard drives on fire is imminent?



    I quiver in fear.... Remind me to unplug my computers and protect them in an...
  19. Thread: Foreign Sex Terms

    by Rna
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    Spose I better give my Australian input, being...

    Spose I better give my Australian input, being Australian and all. True, Australians don't really say **** like this, but anyway.
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    Dude, you probably did something dumb like save...

    Dude, you probably did something dumb like save your file rather than compile it.

    Damn, mess around with the program a bit more before posting "Help!!!!!!!!!" threads. Its not a complex task to...
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    I disagree. I believe you can learn more from...

    I disagree. I believe you can learn more from playing around and trying stuff and screwing up your own computers than you can from reading a book.

    Still, the value of books shouldn't be dismissed...
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    Nice things about Windows

    This thread is dedicated to saying nice and pleasant things about any of Microsofts wonderful operating systems. Please feel free to mention anything at all you like about them, such as the tranquil...
  23. Thread: Unbelievable

    by Rna
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    I've seen this problem of formats having...

    I've seen this problem of formats having absolutely no effect on a disk before. I never seen it on a hard disk before, only floppys. I don't have the slightest clue what causes it.

    ...Well, I...
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    Where do you want to go today?

    I think some general important-type army guys have been watching to many B-grade future war movies.

    And a microsoft operating system? Heh heh, now I just can't wait to see "This application has...
  25. Thread: Internet Jargon

    by Rna
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    I never ever ever ever run virusscans. They just...

    I never ever ever ever run virusscans. They just chew up too much precious memory. I'll probably regret it one day, but there you are. If you just stick to downloading **** from legitimate sites...
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