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    Interesting article. I always figured it had...

    Interesting article.

    I always figured it had the potential to be a shady business and I've heard the stories from geek squad tech (best buy) about what goes on, but I'm a bit suprised to see the...
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    I have to say thats pretty clever. But in the...

    I have to say thats pretty clever.

    But in the end the real winner is the bank.
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    I recently noticed the severity of the memory...

    I recently noticed the severity of the memory leaks recently at work. Because of what I do at work, I alway have 2 browser windows open and 4-6 tabs on each. If i leave them open over 48 hours it...
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    I was wondering, will the victim/gateway computer...

    I was wondering, will the victim/gateway computer accept your spoof if it it doesn't send out a request and already has a cache of the gateway/victim?
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    Did you tell them you purchased it from e-bay?...

    Did you tell them you purchased it from e-bay? Did they ask you to provide the info for the auction?

    Just wondering, because usually as soon as you tell a tech you bought it from ebay, they tell...
  6. Thread: VPN

    by ninjafish
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    I'm going to have to agree with MLF on this one,...

    I'm going to have to agree with MLF on this one, I dont think an unmanaged switch would interfere with a VPN. Atleast, they don't interfere with the hardware VPNs that I use.
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    The multiprocess approach to browsing is...

    The multiprocess approach to browsing is interesting, it was really the only thing that interested me in Chrome. I have only used it for a couple hours but haven't managed to crash a tab to see if it...
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    Also worth mentioning, while the pr0n mode may...

    Also worth mentioning, while the pr0n mode may hide the browsing you do on your local PC (on the surface level), it will still show up in your company's firewall's logs, which is where most activity...
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    But enabling permanent ssl would make...

    But enabling permanent ssl would make uploading/downloading large attachments much slower, also if this vulnerability is in gmail wouldn't it be in many other sites as well? Why does Perry...
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    Not sure If I understand you correctly, but I...

    Not sure If I understand you correctly, but I used to do support for a flash drive manufacturer and with the purchase of some of their products was software that could recover files after the card...
  11. Is it just me or does that site not work right...

    Is it just me or does that site not work right now? no matter what you put in it just comes up blank.
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    Seems like you've made a career out of making...

    Seems like you've made a career out of making telemarketers miserable Gore =)
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    I've previously worked at a call center as an...

    I've previously worked at a call center as an inbound TSR, and while we didnt have a script we were required to lie about our location when asked, and insist that we were at such said location. Point...
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    Interesting article, definitely a reminder of how...

    Interesting article, definitely a reminder of how all these little conveniences we so thoroughly enjoy leave foot prints of our actions.
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    I cant tell... sarcasm?

    I cant tell... sarcasm?
  16. Thread: New again

    by ninjafish
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    New again

    Hello, I registered a while ago, but my interest in network security has recently peaked so I'm back reading all the interesting topics that I've missed over the years.

    Edit: Wow almost 4 years...
  17. Thread: net send

    by ninjafish
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    Ahh ok thanks. Last Time I used AOL was about...

    Ahh ok thanks.

    Last Time I used AOL was about 6 months ago, but even then it was still infested with spam. I would get netsend messages every hour or so, until I shutdown the service ofcourse.
  18. Thread: net send

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    Would this still apply if you had set the...

    Would this still apply if you had set the permissions on the shared folders to read only or if you had to log in just to view them?

    Also if your using AOL then thats probably the cause.
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