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    "Shame, I would have liked to read his report and...

    "Shame, I would have liked to read his report and seen this for myself."

    www.cryptome.org will help you
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    Well its back to this again, another thread about...

    Well its back to this again, another thread about an interesting subject degenerates to questioning motives and personal insults (thought you were above that nihil) I guess Spyder=mod gore=top...
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    Many/most people don't have a private address...

    Many/most people don't have a private address and many/most adresses won't change without a different mac address.


    I would not worry to hard about the "ooga booga your being attacked" crap from...
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    I personally respect this guy, he realized/was...

    I personally respect this guy, he realized/was informed that he did something taboo and came back to apologize and deleted it. That shows much more gumption than most of whats above this post.
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    I think i will just go and bump my favourite...

    I think i will just go and bump my favourite tutorial instead of rephrasing it and reposting. Its much faster and gets the exact same result excepting comments and antpoints. Why don't we all do...
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    You can make the prompt to what ever you want,...

    You can make the prompt to what ever you want, Depending on what shell you are using you will need to change your .shrc (sh)or .cshrc (for c/tcsh shell) or .bash (IIRC as i don't have/use bash) in...
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    usb modems are not very common and neither is...

    usb modems are not very common and neither is freebsd, I suggest that you read the freebsd handbook section on usb (at the freebsd site there is a singlepage html version so you can search it easily)...
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    USA p0wns Ireland

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/pport/web/ireland/Full_Story/did-sg46g7Ks0cvBEsg7OWirIStPSk.asp


    Years of support for terrorist organizations (IRA) by many US citizens and then this. All i can say...
  9. There is an extension to change the browsers...

    There is an extension to change the browsers identifiction , can't remember the name though so do some leg/finger work.
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    Your question makes very little sense. anyways...

    Your question makes very little sense.

    anyways try using cdrecord ie, cdrecord dev=1,0,0 your.iso.image
    dev=1,0,0, may not be right , use "cdrecord scanbus" for the right numbers and you...
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    hmm, nothing, Who would be dumb enough to give...

    hmm, nothing, Who would be dumb enough to give up a IIs6 0day (worth 10s of thousands of dollars) for an xbox.
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    You should be able to create a .logout file in...

    You should be able to create a .logout file in your home dir with the a command to rm your .history, works for the c shell/tcsh and should for bash IIRC (maybe .bash_logout .bash_history), How it was...
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    All this is is a marketing group putting its...

    All this is is a marketing group putting its mal/spyware in a torrent and upping it to a public server, big deal , although marketingmetrix (the perpetrators) got defaced,...
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    Why would one want to move from one dictatorship...

    Why would one want to move from one dictatorship to another?



    Lovebugz: I would suggest contacting a reputable immigration lawyer in Canada, good luck.
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    There are tables on the net to use already and...

    There are tables on the net to use already and 99.999% of people have no space for such a monster and really who wants to dl multiple terabytes? (or at very least many, many gigs)
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    TCG (formerly known as TCPA) is good and open...

    TCG (formerly known as TCPA) is good and open source is already using it. Trusted gentoo is going and here is a clarification on tcg/drm...... by IBM ...
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    RELENG_5_4 is what you want. RTFM ;)...

    RELENG_5_4 is what you want. RTFM ;) http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/current-stable.html#STABLE . Stable doesn't mean "stable", stable=stable branch not stable release.
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    fundy fun

    http://objective.jesussave.us/propaganda.html
    bout 2/3 down or search for darwin or bsd.

    This site really shows its intelligence level with

    "Apparently the Darwin OS is not the original...
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    gspot will tell you what you need and where to...

    gspot will tell you what you need and where to get it if its a codec issue (very useful program)...
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    :viusage is a pretty helpful command

    :viusage is a pretty helpful command
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    Thats awesomely funny, wish i had thought of that...

    Thats awesomely funny, wish i had thought of that before i had rabbit gallantine last week.
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    purely puerile, pure advertising

    purely puerile, pure advertising
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    Doesn't liunux have the...

    Doesn't liunux have the nosuid,noexec,nosymfollow,nodev options for partitions? With bsd you can apply these options in /etc/fstab to partitions/slices to disallow suid binaries, execution of...
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    http://www.k-otik.com/exploits/08202004.brutessh2....

    http://www.k-otik.com/exploits/08202004.brutessh2.c.php is it i believe.
  25. My brother had the exact same problem with his...

    My brother had the exact same problem with his laptop, SP2 broke his wireless connection so we uninstalled it, then reinstalled SP2 a month later and it was a just fine for a a while then after...
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