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  1. The sands of the internet are always shifting,...

    The sands of the internet are always shifting, but Nihil is forever :)
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    Already been hit!

    My employer hijacks my DNS every time I sign in ;)
  3. lol...

    It is a bit silly that they track the history of 'hacking' with people getting arrested. Why not study the innovation and dedication?

    -sp0nge
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    IRC

    I also vote for a new IRC, that is, if my opinion matters...
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    I just feel that not only have they alerted...

    I just feel that not only have they alerted Storm's operator, but they have helped shine the way for anyone who has the technical ability who wishes to experiment with this as well.

    The technology...
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    lol, privacy?

    It is a well known fact that governments have run Tor servers. The greatest illusions in the West are the illusions of Privacy, Democracy, and Security.

    Freenet is about as anonymous as you are...
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    I know two things and those are the battle will...

    I know two things and those are the battle will never end, and obscurity is never a good form of security.

    Usenix article: http://www.usenix.org/event/leet08/tech/full_papers/holz/holz_html/

    My...
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    You should never trust anything without...

    You should never trust anything without authoritative references, and with any user generated content you should always be able to discriminate between biased information...but either way, my point...
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    A simple google search yields all of the answers...

    A simple google search yields all of the answers to your mystery, beware of the great power which lies within!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-core_(computing)

    -sp0nge
  10. I believe what we are seeing here is another...

    I believe what we are seeing here is another crackdown, similiar to what happened in the early 90's. What is at stake here is our very online freedom. This one however is much more subtle.

    Script...
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    Happy Birthday man, and may you have many more :)

    Happy Birthday man, and may you have many more :)
  12. Thread: Storage

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    I'm not sure about your experience and...

    I'm not sure about your experience and background, but you might want to consider co locating a server of your own and just stick a couple 300 gig hdd's in there. If nothing else, it will be a...
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    lol, my apologies...it wasn't in with the...

    lol, my apologies...it wasn't in with the wireless stuff! It seems like as a "super moderator" you should at least classify your threads properly ;)

    Good to see you around man!
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    Drive By Farming:

    I'm surprised nobody thought to post anything about this, very interesting indeed!

    http://www.symantec.com/enterprise/security_response/weblog/2007/02/driveby_pharming_how_clicking_1.html
    ...
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    Don't let this make you feel invincible, if they...

    Don't let this make you feel invincible, if they are executing something on your system, things get a bit more complex.
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    http://www.astro.umd.edu/~marshall/smileys.html ...

    http://www.astro.umd.edu/~marshall/smileys.html

    http://paul.merton.ox.ac.uk/ascii/smileys.html

    I personally hate animated smiley's...
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    If anyone remembers the hacking challenges of...

    If anyone remembers the hacking challenges of Zebulun, you should definitley check out its' descendant Sered over at http://www.cyberarmy.net/sered/

    Mod-X over at http://www.mod-x.co.uk/main.php...
  18. What I've heard...

    I'm not an authority on the subject, but because I am going into the same field I have done quite a bit of research.

    First, evaluate your course load and see how much of your curriculum is...
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    This is a great clarification, I have always been...

    This is a great clarification, I have always been confused as to why so many seemingly 'productive' members of this community (I use quotes, because to be productive, you must be a forum whore ;))...
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    Not really a suggestion...

    But I would like to take a minute to say I really like the new site layout, and thank you for taking away the huge banners! It really, truly does improve the viewing experience. So...

    Thanks!
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    Microwave Receiver/Transmitter

    Wondering if anyone knew how to build a microwave receiver/transmitter? Microwave communications are becoming more and more popular, is it possible that this is the NBT after wardriving?
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    Gentoo Almost Easier

    Gentoo has decided to go the route of Knoppix, and in February of 2005 (Ver 2005.0) they will include a graphical installer and a version that will boot off of a CD-ROM.

    This will allow users to...
  23. Thread: Wow...

    by knoledgesponge
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    Wow...

    Windows advertisements...here? Maybe you should start a poll on what kind of advertisements we are forced to read :)

    But to end with a good point, ZDNet is responsible for sneaking Linux...
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    Quick Question

    The AP system has changed a bit since I was last here, but I did read the manual...so please no RTFMs ;)

    But how do you find how much your APs are weighted or count for? I look the the AP Center,...
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    Others...

    If you are accessing your internet from a LAN, you may not be able to manually put in proxies the normal way (happened to me), but there are numerous ways to get around this.

    Most notably find a...
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