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    you can get to Internet Options through the...

    you can get to Internet Options through the control panel --
    go there, click "connections," and try to mess around with the LAN settings.

    If you can't get that to work, reinstall win95 and try...
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    Do you have something in your profile that would...

    Do you have something in your profile that would lead people to ask annoying questions? (i.e. "I enjoy learning about computer security")

    Regarding those who make demands: "you can catch more...
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    Poll: I wish I knew of agencies other than the Better...

    I wish I knew of agencies other than the Better Business Bureau that are involved in corporate accountability -- best of luck in your attempts to get your problem resolved.

    I wonder if you could...
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    Poll: some clarifications

    My question should have been phrased "if someone hacks me from a broadband provider, would it be possible to report that person to his provider, or would that be a waste of time because they don't...
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    Poll: a followup

    Do @home or other broadband internet providers limit the actions of their customers like dialup ISPs do?

    I haven't heard of any such regulation, does anyone have any stories about being kicked...
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    Poll: opinion

    I think hacking a hacker does no good. Most likely, it will start a hacking war of sorts, which is obviously a bad thing.

    The "pansy" way is probably the best way to stop a malicious hacker:...
  7. Thread: Got Root?

    by zertron
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    I'm not in your situation, but it seems to me...

    I'm not in your situation, but it seems to me that the exact same message could be written on a piece of paper, signed "concerned students," and placed on his desk.

    Don't gratuitously destroy...
  8. Thread: is it real?

    by zertron
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    Don't know if you guys noticed, but that email is...

    Don't know if you guys noticed, but that email is exactly the same as a post by BaketBallJones in the General Chit-chat forum.

    I didn't receive the email, but it seems that someone wants his...
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    Let me set this up with the fact that I am not...

    Let me set this up with the fact that I am not innocent of warez piracy (I've done it in the past), but I can say that I don't use any illegal software anymore.

    I think you could compare this...
  10. my $0.02

    I've gotta put in a vote for the Gnutella network; specifically, BearShare . While it's not as intuitive as KaZaA or other programs, it has some features that they don't have: primarily, the ability...
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    As far as I know, there is no way to "alter"...

    As far as I know, there is no way to "alter" Linux to play games that are intended for Windows. You can, however, find ports of popular games for Linux -- check out linuxgames.com or Loki games. ...
  12. Thread: Dos Command's

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    To expand on that answer, the MS-DOS prompt is...

    To expand on that answer, the MS-DOS prompt is the best way to use ping, netstat, and all the other built-in DOS commands. If you just run ping from the start menu, it'll close out right after the...
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    IP

    If it is the same IP address every time, you can use various methods to resolve that IP to a hostname. For example, you can open up a MS-DOS window (assuming you're using Windows) and type without...
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