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    E-Yup. This why Angry Birds and iPads are so...

    E-Yup. This why Angry Birds and iPads are so popular :D
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    Yup. And some of us still enjoy it. They are...

    Yup. And some of us still enjoy it. They are getting ready to release the next Expansion Pack (Mists of Panderia).
  3. Thread: Wikileaks

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpR_KmN9fQA ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpR_KmN9fQA

    American Idol Presidents.
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    Ah.. wrong kind of app. Not iPhone/Android but...

    Ah.. wrong kind of app. Not iPhone/Android but Windows apps that have been virtualized to run on top of Windows XP, 2000, 2003, 2008, Vista and/or Win 7.
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    The picture especially. And she ain't that...

    The picture especially. And she ain't that important or critical to attack to be honest. I'm sure that "Anonymous" have more critical/powerful targets to go after than the Palin.
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    You have a link for that? I did come up with one...

    You have a link for that? I did come up with one solution and that was to package the scanner's agent with the app.
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    Oh.. some of it certainly is about how embarassed...

    Oh.. some of it certainly is about how embarassed they are that "fren-enemies" learn the truth about what the US gossips but some of it may be potentially the "fire in the theater" position.
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    Freedom of speech doesn't mean you can yell fire...

    Freedom of speech doesn't mean you can yell fire in a crowded theater when there is no fire. ;)
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    Scanning of Virtualized Apps?

    Ok.. so here's a question I got recently. Can virtualized apps be scanned? Thinking of apps that are packaged by the likes of App-V, ThinApp, Wyse Packaging Studio (I think that's what it's called),...
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    I think that Wikileaks idea of freedom of speech...

    I think that Wikileaks idea of freedom of speech reaches a limit with the potential damage that can be done. We all know that zero-day attacks are wonderful to talk about but the ethical...
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    Congrats!

    Congrats!
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    A Classic movie and one of my favourites (take it...

    A Classic movie and one of my favourites (take it any day over the Wizard of Oz). The leg lamp ( http://tinyurl.com/y9asy3m ) is my favourite battle of it all. :)

    Happy Holidays to everyone and...
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    The reality is that if you cannot use the phone,...

    The reality is that if you cannot use the phone, you'll have to use email. You can limit it to a non-webbased email account (e.g., gmail, hotmail, yahoo, etc.) but the reality is short of...
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    A few thoughts: 1. You have broken the law by...

    A few thoughts:

    1. You have broken the law by accessing that system.

    2. You should be notifying that agency that they have a violation, not the media. See point 1.

    3. Depending on the...
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    Additionally, you could use Converter to turn...

    Additionally, you could use Converter to turn your desktop into a VM and see if it works there. It sounds like there is something missing from the VM that you have on the physical desktop.
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    Very brief history. I love that last comment by...

    Very brief history. I love that last comment by someone to the story: "I wanna be a hacker someone teach me.."
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    True, there is no such thing as ultimate privacy...

    True, there is no such thing as ultimate privacy (unless you go completely off-grid) but I really don't need the gov't or a corporation to make it worse. What **I** choose to throw around is my...
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    Right. Did you forget the Patriot Act...

    Right. Did you forget the Patriot Act (Wiki version)which effectively makes those two useless when the words "potential terrorist" are thrown around?
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    Doesn't have to be in the Constitution. HIPPA...

    Doesn't have to be in the Constitution. HIPPA isn't and it protects your privacy in the health area. I'm amazed at the amount of information the gov't and private organizations can collect and FREELY...
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    Perhaps wasn't phished as a user error but...

    Perhaps wasn't phished as a user error but perhaps the result of a hole not fixed (either by user or by MS)?
  21. Thread: I like pie

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    Heh... Cherry, apple, peach?

    Heh... Cherry, apple, peach?
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    It's actually not surprising. In Canada, there...

    It's actually not surprising. In Canada, there are privacy laws to protect individuals from both gov't and corporate misuse. In the US, there is no privacy laws period. (save for HIPPA IIRC). Gov't...
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    Congrats! So now what?

    Congrats! So now what?
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    LOL. It is something IT is going to have to...

    LOL. It is something IT is going to have to discuss. I would bet, based on discussions here, that you'll find a "religious split": 50% will say it's secure while the other 50% will say otherwise. LOL...
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    In each one of those it was due to the user...

    In each one of those it was due to the user having a simple password (I mean, come on.. PASSWORD?!). Regardless of whether it's cloud or not, once I have a way in, I can get in. The cloud is to allow...
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