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    Lots of good ground information. Thank you for...

    Lots of good ground information.
    Thank you for the link! :D
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    So in the end, your "unbreakable Cryptography"...

    So in the end, your "unbreakable Cryptography" isn't unbreakable. It's simple unfeasible to break due to time\ machine power constraints.
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    You have to remember that when you access a...

    You have to remember that when you access a particular domain all cookies from that domain will be stored in one place.
    So if you access hotmail.com and login. The login information ( if you click...
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    Thanks for hearing me out nebulus, but hear me...

    Thanks for hearing me out nebulus, but hear me out.

    I reinstalled it , set it to allow most.
    So basically its letting everything that I don't disallow through.

    Then I :
    - I allowed...
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    Thank you for the responses. Unfortunately I did...

    Thank you for the responses.
    Unfortunately I did check my outgoing blocking, and I have only a few programs there and very little being blocked.

    Picture of Outpost:...
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    System Issues with Agnitum Outpost

    After reading alot of threads on here, I decided to give outpost a test spin. It seems like a well put together package, with support for added coding, and a good interface. However,
    After...
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    Come on people thing, we have to tear down walls...

    Come on people thing, we have to tear down walls one by one.

    The first thing is what Neutron said, it's all behind a firewall and none of the ports can be accessed directly. So what do we have...
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    I actually use this type of app. to secure my ISS...

    I actually use this type of app. to secure my ISS servers that I adminstrate. Nothing wrong with the application, only wrong is to what use you will put it too. The one I have checks for about 20,000...
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    There are many compression utilities which give...

    There are many compression utilities which give you the capability to span a program\data across any number of files at any size you want.
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    Using mail serv. as file serv.

    Given Scenario:

    a Secondary email on a hosted site or from my ISP.
    (I am not sure if there is a cap to each email.)
    However lets assume I can make each mail a max of 20 megs.
    I want to store...
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    Whenever you have to touch the physical drive of...

    Whenever you have to touch the physical drive of your\remote server, know you have to use server side code. A form can request a file, and the file could very well be uploaded to the webpage, but...
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    I have seen a million zip password yankers. So I...

    I have seen a million zip password yankers. So I would have to say that zip password security is null.
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    Nice leg work ntsa. There is a easy way to...

    Nice leg work ntsa.
    There is a easy way to secure this on dbs like MS Access, on a physical level.
    When I do standard SQL Selects ( 90% of the time) I open the db in read only.
    When I actually...
  14. Thread: ultor trojaner

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    I agree with July and SoggyBottom. You are taking...

    I agree with July and SoggyBottom. You are taking the hackers approach to finding out what the port is. Since you are on the physical side of the hosts you have a great more deal of control over...
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    Just to add to the Convo this doc is specifically...

    Just to add to the Convo this doc is specifically for the *Nix flavor of servers, nonetheless, you can hide your identity (somewhat) on M$ with tools like ServerMask or by directly modifying...
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    Re: Javascript

    Ok as a web programmer this thread has confused me.
    Are we talkingabout javascript the script language which has no association with Java ?

    Or java , which has its beans and applets?

    If its...
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    Re: Cheap Web Design?

    Well in all honestly with all the "do-it-yourself" php sites there is I highly doubt you should have to pay.

    To name a few

    www.phpnuke.com
    www.postnuke.com

    Then of course you could go a...
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    Web Programmer so I use stuff like Flash MX,...

    Web Programmer so I use stuff like Flash MX, Adobe Photoshop, Homesite, Asp.net Matrix.
    Putty for the obvious, Any FTP program I can get my hands on rapidly,
    For web diagnosis I use alot of...
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    In all honesty with the amount of times I have...

    In all honesty with the amount of times I have lost my keys I would be afraid of using one of those. One slip up and your data is public knowledge. People lose laptops, how hard can it be to lose...
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    Poll: This is obviously a good idea but is already a...

    This is obviously a good idea but is already a common idea. I subscribe tovarious newsletters which give me weekly updates on new products. From Sharper image to cnet, I like to know whats out. If...
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