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  1. Thread: Boo!

    by Striek
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    Wow at least I managed to avoid all that...

    Wow at least I managed to avoid all that political bullshit here. Mostly by staying quiet. And ducking. And not posting for years.

    Update - I'm recently and involuntarily unemployed, so it's not...
  2. Thread: Boo!

    by Striek
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    Boo!

    Hey! Let's see who replies to this!
  3. Thread: Old AO was cool

    by Striek
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    *YAWN* Beer is good.

    *YAWN*

    Beer is good.
  4. Thread: Google Hacks

    by Striek
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    I just read it yesterday in the bookstore...

    I just read it yesterday in the bookstore actually (Yes, they let you do that at Chapters, it's saved me thousands probably).

    It goes into a lot more detail than just formulating good search...
  5. Long story short, it's fux0red, or at least not...

    Long story short, it's fux0red, or at least not worth the time and effort to fix.

    What Texan said. Reformat it and start from scratch
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    http://www.dummies.com/WileyCDA/DummiesTitle/produ...

    http://www.dummies.com/WileyCDA/DummiesTitle/productCd-076457583X,subcat-NETWORKING.html

    Learning how portscanners, packet sniffers, subseven and the like is impossible without a solid...
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    Haven't seen this phish yet...

    Just got this this morning, to a three letter account name with a major ISP, I use that just to see what the phishers are up to lately. It doesn't ask for any account information, and there's no sure...
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    Unix is now SCO, and has been closed source since...

    Unix is now SCO, and has been closed source since the early 1980's. It pretty much died in the dot com crash of the early 2000's. So it is both unavailable and closed source.
    ...
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    You would need to be running a webserver that is...

    You would need to be running a webserver that is capable of ignoring reset packets. This would exclude any commercial webhost organization, pretty much requiring you to run your own servers.

    After...
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    Yes, quite interesting. Now, try getting your...

    Yes, quite interesting.

    Now, try getting your webhost to ignore those reset packets... and aviod the inevitable DoS attack at the same time...

    And I KNOW (secondhand, but still...) they don't...
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    I went to school with several people recently...

    I went to school with several people recently from China (this was 2 years ago). From what I hear, what you propose is essentially impossible. Not even encryption will get your content through, as...
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    I generally use HT's method, except I use soap...

    I generally use HT's method, except I use soap and water instead of rubbing alcohol. If you want to REALLY get'em clean, put the keys in a salad tosser filled with whatever cleaning solution you use...
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    Another bug. I R TEH SHITZ0R!!! These...

    Another bug.

    I R TEH SHITZ0R!!!

    These censors don't really work too well anyway...
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    Apostrophe screws up url links

    Just noticed that I cannot link to a url containing an apostrophe.

    I tried providing a link to Godwin's Law from Wikipedia... if I put the url bbcode in manually, it turns out like this:
    ...
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    Every transaction over $5000 (could be $50,000,...

    Every transaction over $5000 (could be $50,000, but I think it's $5,000) is reported to the Bank of Canada. So much for that.




    Seems that it's actually international transactions of $10,000...
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    Yep, just got back from Sunnyside Park, we went...

    Yep, just got back from Sunnyside Park, we went there for a free concert... saw Amanda Wilkinson, Carolyn Dawn Jaohnson, and Paul Brant live. Never been much of a country fan, but I must say the...
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    Happy Birthday Canada!

    Well just in case some of you didn't know this, today (July 1st) is Canada Day (well it is in Canada anyway). This great nation is 139 years old today.

    We may not very often show our patriotism,...
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    Judging from the obsolescence of the news, the...

    Judging from the obsolescence of the news, the price of the domain registrar, the price of the webhost, the pisspoor spelling and grammar on the website linked to, the fact that a Google search...
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    I would have to conclude that it will never...

    I would have to conclude that it will never succeed until JupM is willing to support it. It's a shame they don't... wouldn't really cost them anything.

    The opers don't even show up anymore... that...
  20. You've got to be kidding me. I thought we had...

    You've got to be kidding me.

    I thought we had moderated account signups now.

    Seems to me they're not working...
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    That makes two.

    That makes two.
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    Apparently, you have a drop in IQ on Fridays as...

    Apparently, you have a drop in IQ on Fridays as well.
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    Don't trust the IP locator on this site. It's...

    Don't trust the IP locator on this site. It's actually quite broken, probably using an database years out of date by now.

    It even tells me I'm in Queensland, Australia. WAY off.

    VisualRoute is...
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    FIrst of all, are you sure that your sister...

    FIrst of all, are you sure that your sister actually added him to her contact list?

    Or has she fallen victim to a phishing attack and had her password hijacked by someone else? I have seen this...
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    Uninstalling Snort should be a simple matter of...

    Uninstalling Snort should be a simple matter of deleting the snort executable and configuration files, then removing execute permissions from the snort startup script, /etc/rc.d/rc.snort. It is...
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