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    bleh!

    bleh!
  2. Thread: Crypto Challenge!

    by ntsa
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    Crypto Challenge!

    Here's a little puzzler for those of you with a puzzling mind ;)...

    Background
    I'm writing a licence manager / key generator to protect a piece of software (an add-in for the NT IIS Admin...
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    I would agree that Iraq is unikely to launch a...

    I would agree that Iraq is unikely to launch a conventional attack against Turkey. However Turkey is not concerned about a possible conventional attack. They are concerned about terrorist activity....
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    The Iraqi regimes links to terror are without...

    The Iraqi regimes links to terror are without question. The regime pays compensation to the families of Hammas martyrs who kill Israelis. We have both seen the video footage. The Iraqi second...
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    I think Korpdeath can be forgiven for the...

    I think Korpdeath can be forgiven for the confusion between the UN resolution 1441 and the NATO position given that the problems at NATO are directly symtomatic of the Franco-Prussian position within...
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    I thank the member who, in a refreshing burst of...

    I thank the member who, in a refreshing burst of honesty and via red APs, confessed to being "either poorly informed or deliberately ignorant". Perhaps if you truly are as mentally challenged as your...
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    Well korpdeath -- To answer the question:...

    Well korpdeath --

    To answer the question: Because both France and Germany have an awful lot to lose if their illicit sales of prescribed materials to Iraq over the past 12 years come to light. Let...
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    Well... I'm glad to see the standard of...

    Well... <sarcasm>I'm glad to see the standard of discussion here has not deteriorated further during my absence.</sarcasm>
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    Peace in our time?

    I would suggest that the anti-war elements within our communities are, despite the quantities of information being rendered by the media, either poorly informed or deliberately ignorant of the...
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    Quad > Yes - I would actually recommend using...

    Quad > Yes - I would actually recommend using option explicit in ALL code, so that you HAVE to declare your varaibles (saves hours of debugging in the long run).
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    Ted > Trace your spammer back to his host...

    Ted >

    Trace your spammer back to his host network and get them added to the Real time black hole list (For more info on the RBL see: http://mail-abuse.org/). The RBL is just the sort of thing you...
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    Boomer > Only if you've got Option Explicit set.

    Boomer > Only if you've got Option Explicit set.
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    nabylbt >

    Mon argument était simplement que les événements à Moscou effectueront la position Russe dans la prochaine voix de conseil de sécurité sur l'Irak. Je suis incertain où les économiques...
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    Mahakaal > Oops. Yes. thx. Typo duly ammended.

    Mahakaal > Oops. Yes. thx. Typo duly ammended.
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    Moscow seige brings Iraq war closer

    We awoke this morning to a subtle shift if the world balance of power. The events that are unfolding on our screens from Moscow have brought about this shift, but as yet the wider ripples of...
  16. Thread: eWeek Openhack 4

    by ntsa
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    Hmm - best of luck... under BSD with...

    Hmm - best of luck...



    under BSD with Apache 2.0.43.

    You'll need it!
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    Surely if you are have administrator privileges...

    Surely if you are have administrator privileges you already own the network???
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    CDonts.dll

    Here y'go - a copy of cdonts.dll from my NT4 box. If you have any problems I'll see if I can find the 2k version. Let us know how you get on. The dll should live in you system32 directory.
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    Poll: /me lol @ knoledgesponge's "references" I know...

    /me lol @ knoledgesponge's "references"

    I know that this may come as a shock, knoledgesponge, but not everything written on the Internet is 100% accurate. In some instances - like the one you cite...
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    :) Not high on the list of probabilities however...

    :) Not high on the list of probabilities however - unless the International court tries a US citizen for war crimes. Even in that unlikley situation an attack on the international court by the US...
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    Right answer - Welcome ;)

    Right answer - Welcome ;)
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    Neg > Yeah - but if you were an Israeli would you...

    Neg > Yeah - but if you were an Israeli would you want to take the chance?
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    Poll: Erm. No. I don't know where you got that, but...

    Erm. No.

    I don't know where you got that, but the suggestion thgat the US might use of WMD againt Iraq is ludicrous. Any Coalition strike (and such a strike is now pretty much inevitable) will...
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    This wouldn't be asking how do I hack would it?...

    This wouldn't be asking how do I hack would it? Surely not. You may want to consider clarifying the question, or alternatively getting some flame proof trousers.
  25. Thread: Base64 question

    by ntsa
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    Base64 question

    In the spirit of 'Security Questions Week' (Great idea GG!) I have a question. Does anyone know an algorythm/method for converting plain text to base64 programatically?

    TIA
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