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  1. Thread: Virus Problem

    by pakbehl
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    Aye, I've never heard of a virus attacking the...

    Aye, I've never heard of a virus attacking the USB. It may have corrupted the drivers a bit in an attempt to, but unlikely. Install service pack 2 if you want your network to give you wierd...
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    Excellent idea, you're lucky the bluescreen was...

    Excellent idea, you're lucky the bluescreen was the only problem you're getting. I've killed the ntldr on a couple occasions as a result of installing Symantec 7 with other things. Too many AV is a...
  3. Thread: Vista != TCP

    by pakbehl
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    that's what I was thinking, I thought it might be...

    that's what I was thinking, I thought it might be related to ipv6 or something.
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    That was an interesting read. I could see myself...

    That was an interesting read. I could see myself telling that story to my future children to lull them to sleep. I love the moral.
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    This sounds like an article written by some angry...

    This sounds like an article written by some angry journalist who got a huge credit card bill because he gave it to the wrong unsecured porno site. I can certainly understand somebody's anger at...
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    Cryptography

    I never thought of it as simply cryptography. Now I can definately understand how this could work. Think about how simple it would be to put one of the thousands of inexpensive and easy to get ahold...
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    I sortof agree with beee, my keyboard makes...

    I sortof agree with beee, my keyboard makes pretty loud noises when pressing and releasing keys, and it makes a fairly loud click when i rest my finger back on a key I just got done hitting, and...
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    Re: Morganlefey

    That's why I said "as far as I knew." And maybe a link to an article that MENTIONS the study being conducted PRIOR to last week might help. I'm sorry that the fact that I get my news from Google...
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    lol "Should we keep these logs?" "What logs?"...

    lol
    "Should we keep these logs?"
    "What logs?"
    "The event logs on the authentication server, they're getting pretty big"
    "Nah, just delete them, we're gunna have to eventually and we need the...
  10. burn! But seriously, its mindboggling how long...

    burn!
    But seriously, its mindboggling how long it's taken for companies to realise that people who take advantage of program glitches and backdoors are simply expanding the usefullness of the...
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    Acoustical Sniffer

    As far as I knew, this study is fairly new. There may have been the idea that it was possible, but only recently have they researched it in depth.
    Acoustical Snooping
    This is the story I found on...
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    I am looking for a FREE Flash decoder

    I need to decode a .swf file so I can view the actions and whatnot. It must be free, or have an available crack.
  13. Wow, that program looks great, I can't wait to...

    Wow, that program looks great, I can't wait to test it out this weekend. I can't do it now for I am at school and supressed.
  14. Tricking the "refering URL" when you visit a website

    Certain web sites give you an error when you try to access certain pages from a page other than where they want you to be coming from. Is there any way to trick the server into thinking you are...
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    I guarantee there is a Def-Con billboard, I have...

    I guarantee there is a Def-Con billboard, I have never seen the others. Ill try to get a shot of the def con board.
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    Futurama is hacker supporter!

    Futurama is one of my favorite prime time shows and I've noticed a few things lately. I once heard a rumor that during the opening scene in Futurama, a 2600 advertisment pops up somewhere. 2600...
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    It is the Pacific Bell icon inverted, which...

    It is the Pacific Bell icon inverted, which matches my name which is a custom spelling of Pacific Bell's nick name, Pacbell, if you say my name, and say pacbell, they sound the same.
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    I want to dual-boot winXP and Linux

    Any pointers or good tutorials anyone can point me to?
    Also basic directions in lamons terms could help.
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    IRC IRC IRC!!! Never doubt the greatness of IRC!...

    IRC IRC IRC!!!
    Never doubt the greatness of IRC!
    As far as mIRC, I like the ease of it but I prefer the more K-l33t way of chatting, just use telenet or unix IRC or whatever comes with Linux.
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    reinstalling IE

    I installed XP Corperate Pro a while ago and I'm in a bind. Everytime I start up and/or get on/offline I get two identical errors in succession saying there was an error with the calandar and I...
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    YAY! I got a custom icon!!

    I've been anticipating this forever! What do you guys think?
  22. Thread: Hey

    by pakbehl
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    You can boot off of win 98+ cds, I'm not sure if...

    You can boot off of win 98+ cds, I'm not sure if you need the autoexec.bat file to do this. I believe the /y at the end of the format c: command leaves the autoexec.bat file on the drive.
    As long...
  23. Thread: Hey

    by pakbehl
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    format c: y/ or is it format c: /y if someone...

    format c: y/
    or is it
    format c: /y
    if someone already said this, sorry, I'm just replying quick and I didn't want to read all about it first
  24. Thread: NetBIOS?

    by pakbehl
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    So it's strictly a client-server protocol eh?

    So it's strictly a client-server protocol eh?
  25. turns out, he ran an exploit for the apache...

    turns out, he ran an exploit for the apache server, I don't know why he said he didn't know what the server was, I think he misunderstood me. But thanks for the info.
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