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    ls -l

    ls -l
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    Answer these please: -What are you using to...

    Answer these please:

    -What are you using to access this database?
    -What is your connection string?
    -Paste the code you're using (or describe controls) to initiate the connection;
    -If you're...
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    Define updating. What version of PHP are we even...

    Define updating. What version of PHP are we even talking about? Moving from PHP4 to PHP5 is not an 'upgrade' in the sense you're talking. Not all newer software is better. A lot of companies choose...
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    Met, you're an idiot for the most recent post....

    Met, you're an idiot for the most recent post. What version were they running? If you're just talking 4 vs. 5, a LOT of companies still use 4.

    If you found a specific build of one that has errors...
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    You simply can't keep it a secret; in the end,...

    You simply can't keep it a secret; in the end, people have to know where to send the message. You can obfuscate for spam bots and just keep it private, but if you're sending someone a message, it's...
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    This is a tradition of several other forums I...

    This is a tradition of several other forums I visit:

    NO.

    The fact is, no, it is not even close to effectively being 22+gHz. The seeming confidence of your assertion honestly even makes me...
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    What about posting it on a forum?

    What about posting it on a forum?
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    Don't suppress your error messages in your test...

    Don't suppress your error messages in your test scripts. That's kind of counter-productive, no?

    My thoughts.
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    To use a full-quality encryption method on any...

    To use a full-quality encryption method on any and all data for an entire government organization is realistically a pretty large resource leap when you talk about its entirety. As easy as it seems...
  10. No offense, but this is probably one of the...

    No offense, but this is probably one of the lamest articles I've read recently. For the most part, these are old tactics for malicious intent users, and save 'rm -rf /', they aren't really the kind...
  11. 11) Avoid relying on 'third party' software (more...

    11) Avoid relying on 'third party' software (more like non-canon tools) whenever possible. Many will remember the issues involving Snort in years past.

    12) Remember that you have two sides to...
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    For one person to start using data encryption for...

    For one person to start using data encryption for every day stuff is fairly trivial. To make it common practice to do it for an entire government department, much less government, is a bit more...
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    by Sonata Anthony
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    Yo.

    Hey,

    I'm your generic white student from the west coast. I've been into technology my whole life; my dad is an electrical/computer engineer and my mom is a web developer. Like everyone, I range...
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