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    Sure, put a variable resistor inline with his...

    Sure, put a variable resistor inline with his speaker cables, drill a hole through his wall to your's and then attach a very long lead to it. i.e. CD-----Variable resistor-----Speaker

    Either that,...
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    Gore - You missed out white hats :P [rant on]...

    Gore - You missed out white hats :P

    [rant on]
    Personally, I don't have a problem with crackers (i.e. the free software types) as long as they pay for software, (i.e. compilers that have been used...
  3. Thread: Just curious

    by da'dodo
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    Hmm, wasn't counterstrike originally handed out...

    Hmm, wasn't counterstrike originally handed out as an unofficial mod? As such, can't you say you've got one of those versions? (I know you'd then have problems about the license for Half-Life, but,...
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    Can I go ever so slightly against the flow?...

    Can I go ever so slightly against the flow? Although, yes I do know that the information she gives is ever so slightly out dated, and ever so slightly inaccurate (I like the one about the IP address ...
  5. Thread: ping flood

    by da'dodo
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    ping MachineName/IP address

    ping MachineName/IP address
  6. Thread: noob problem

    by da'dodo
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    You said it was sending them periodically - try...

    You said it was sending them periodically - try leaving your computer off for a day and see if they still get them. This way you can eliminate your PC (or a faked email, pretending to be you -...
  7. Thread: System Files

    by da'dodo
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    Two things - - Isn't winamp only up to V3...

    Two things -

    - Isn't winamp only up to V3 at the moment? :P

    and were you listening to music from the hard drive, or streaming it from an online source? If it's online, could it be something...
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    Can you tell us the address of the www server? It...

    Can you tell us the address of the www server? It could just be the install program trying to register itself or autoupdate (although I'm not sure - have you done the normal trojan/ad/virus scan?)
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    Theoretically, would it be possible to overwrite...

    Theoretically, would it be possible to overwrite the bios, and alter the power levels that go to a reader/writer head? In the case of a CD drive, this could melt the CD (you can alter the beam...
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    Hmm, that's annoying, hackthissite.org is down......

    Hmm, that's annoying, hackthissite.org is down... looks like someone hasn't been paying the bills! Does anyone know what's happening with it - is it going back up or staying down (I guess they've...
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    Hmmm, just an idea, why don't you try adding the...

    Hmmm, just an idea, why don't you try adding the offending site to your hosts file?

    It depends on the way the ads are being fetched, but if they are being fetched by a URL (as opposed to an IP...
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    Before you can send an email to the server, you...

    Before you can send an email to the server, you need to specify a couple of things, e.g. the from addy, the to addy etc. The way in which these are transmitted vary from protocol to protocol....
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    or WoundMan MsMittens? :P As for free...

    or WoundMan MsMittens? :P

    As for free firewalls I'd suggest ZoneAlarm, although there are many others, do a search on the forum to find some reviews/recommendations. I'd also try out Netscape, or...
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    A few that I found handy were: ...

    A few that I found handy were:

    http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/default.asp?lngWId=7 - A good place for code snippets (searchable)

    http://www.cesis.lv/learn/delphi/ - A very good free...
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    Good read Ms M, nice of you to put the effort in...

    Good read Ms M, nice of you to put the effort in time after time (after time....). :D. Just finished reading the newsletter aswell, yet another good read, good selection :)

    cr1m5on b1ad3 - GCSE...
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    I think he's trying to setup a proxy/cache for...

    I think he's trying to setup a proxy/cache for the second question -

    something like anonymizer? I'm not an expert, but I think you should be able to use something like Squid...
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    Basically ghosting is taking an image (i.e. an...

    Basically ghosting is taking an image (i.e. an exact copy) of a hard drive and then saving it to a file, much like creating a winzip archive - you take the information, store where it came from (in...
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    One thing that you have to remember about with...

    One thing that you have to remember about with NTFS is that Linux can't write to it. You can get drivers to read it, but unless you're rich, you can't get any to write (for Linux that is).

    So if...
  19. I can see this turning into another one of M$'s...

    I can see this turning into another one of M$'s "look what we have included by default for you - no need to shop elsewhere" type things, like with IE and Outlook Express.

    I guess it's a step in...
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    If they use them often enough, and especially if...

    If they use them often enough, and especially if they don't understand how they work, in my opinion.

    I'm looking forward to the next one. Only 1 week to go. w00t! :) Do who thinks that Neo's...
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    First of all thanks for the replies guys, and to...

    First of all thanks for the replies guys, and to try and improve this tut:

    Using what we have covered:

    Following is a short program written for Pascal that will use some of the things we’ve...
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    Pascal/Delphi Programming Tutorial

    An Intro to Pascal - Basic Pascal / Delphi Programming
    By Da’Dodo

    Introduction
    Pascal and Delphi are two different ‘languages’, which utilise structured programming to great effect, using...
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    I've used IE for most of my life, but recently...

    I've used IE for most of my life, but recently swithched to Netscape, because it's much easier to surf with, especially with multiple sites (there's not 20 browser windows along the bottom!!). You...
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    The first thing you could use is XP's built in...

    The first thing you could use is XP's built in Remote Assistance, a link to M$'s FAQ is here and a run through here

    Or you could use Real VNC.

    Either way, you only use them if there is already...
  25. Thread: NT problem

    by da'dodo
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    NT asks you to set a new password once in a while...

    NT asks you to set a new password once in a while so that if your password has been cracked, the attacker has only a limited time to use it. I pressume this is what he means.
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