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  1. Yes indeed. It would be nice to see you using ed...

    Yes indeed. It would be nice to see you using ed for a change. :D
  2. I wouldn't want new users being administrators of...

    I wouldn't want new users being administrators of my web hosting to begin with.
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    I'm confused as to what you'd need matches on an...

    I'm confused as to what you'd need matches on an airplane for at all. You can't smoke, you can't set stuff on fire, you can't frighten small children (well, i suppose you could, but, not with...
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    Dia and xfig are the only charting-ish programs i...

    Dia and xfig are the only charting-ish programs i know of and have used. Never really had a need for flowcharts though. Either the code is simple to hack or it's too large to diagram effectively.
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    I was under the impression that DNA computers...

    I was under the impression that DNA computers have already been made. The main problem with them is that synthesizing DNA is _expensive_.
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    Good post MsM. I actually gave my government...

    Good post MsM. I actually gave my government class a lecture about the new electronic voting machines. Now, the diebold machine code is easily available and has been reviewed many times through...
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    Less resources. Plus, fvwm is very very flexible...

    Less resources. Plus, fvwm is very very flexible if you learn how to script it properly (although this in not necessary).
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    You can still fit freebsd or slackware default...

    You can still fit freebsd or slackware default installs on that system comfortably. However, I would say you shouldn't use a bloated-ish window managers (kde, gnome, enlightenment). You don't really...
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    43 :)

    43 :)
  10. Thread: DeepFreeze

    by FlamingRain
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    BinaryBrother, why are you even trying to use a...

    BinaryBrother, why are you even trying to use a demo version of cracked software? Lesson : if you're going to use cracked software (bad idea in general *snuggles OSS*), don't get a cracked version of...
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    As a politically aware highschool student, I can...

    As a politically aware highschool student, I can attest to this. It's quite sad how poorly educated people are regarding their freedoms. Now, just to give background of where I'm from, I live in...
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    This is originally from http://www.ubergeek.tv...

    This is originally from http://www.ubergeek.tv which has some other funny animations and comics.
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    Tying your shoes (with pictures)

    Ever wanted to tie your shoes? Afraid people will turn and say "look at that fool with the velcro on his feet!"? Well, be afraid no more. After this tutorial, you'll be a pro! I didn't need to rtfm...
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    Some searching has showed my error. PCI-X is a...

    Some searching has showed my error. PCI-X is a standard for pci that is old now and has to do with the 64 channels comm'ing at 133mhz. PCIe is what we're talking about.
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    What about PCIe? I've heard that's the way to go...

    What about PCIe? I've heard that's the way to go these days.
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    There's no key input? Why try to crack it when it...

    There's no key input? Why try to crack it when it is sufficient to just run the decrypt function on it? I haven't taken a hard look at it to try to reduce it, but, without a key, i'll simply end up...
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    I've changed my shell several times and swear by...

    I've changed my shell several times and swear by alternate shells on windows. My personal favorite is geoshell. In fact, I would prefer it to just about any WM I've seen so far on linux. Perhaps...
  18. Thread: AIM issue

    by FlamingRain
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    Hrmm, MiM attacking AIM. Well, I don't know a lot...

    Hrmm, MiM attacking AIM. Well, I don't know a lot about this, but, I guess I can throw in some stuff. During the AIM login process, you connect to one of several gateway servers (login.oscar.aol.com...
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    I was always under the impression that lucifer...

    I was always under the impression that lucifer was the first feistel-key powered cryptosystem =p
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    I haven't looked into palladium recently, but, I...

    I haven't looked into palladium recently, but, I remember back when it first made online news coverage. The basic goal of palladium initially was to create a reliable and trusted mechanism for data...
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    Well, my skillset is admitedly limited. Most of...

    Well, my skillset is admitedly limited. Most of the cracking stuff that I've done (got some hands on experience to better understand how people compromise things) has been little things. I worked on...
  22. Hrmmm, well, with the code change, this makes for...

    Hrmmm, well, with the code change, this makes for an interesting new problem. However, I would suggest that you look more carefully at your key generation methods. I looked at the rand function on my...
  23. *dances* I love this kind of stuff. I've got a...

    *dances* I love this kind of stuff. I've got a bunch of boring classes today, excellent time to refine my cracking technique and write some software.

    Perhaps I should post one of my crypto...
  24. Hrmm...well, i'll try my best to explain how...

    Hrmm...well, i'll try my best to explain how logarithms work. They are like the inverses of exponents. Let's say you have 2^x=8. To find x, you would do log base 2 of 8 = x. (I can't express it in...
  25. Okay, I'm no professional cryptographer, but,...

    Okay, I'm no professional cryptographer, but, I've done my fair share of crypto work and i'm a math geek.

    After looking over the algorithm a bit, i managed to somewhat simplify it and explain it....
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