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    Locked, the problem with your analysis is you've...

    Locked, the problem with your analysis is you've chosen an a and b such that your n turns out to be less than your x. Because your x is greater than the modulus it is impossible to revert back to it...
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    If you really want to set up an XP box as a...

    If you really want to set up an XP box as a gateway you have a few options. There's always those application layer firewalls which work great on the computer they're on. Not so sure if they analyse...
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    This could be a complete shot in the dark but I...

    This could be a complete shot in the dark but I used to use the free version of zone alarm and never had any issues, then I upgrade to the pro version and all of a sudden my computer would freeze,...
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    Yeah it is a bit confusing. Your last quote...

    Yeah it is a bit confusing.

    Your last quote would explain why you had higher packets in than normal, you downloaded something, and it's quite a bit bigger than a webpage so the number of packets...
  5. Thread: anti online

    by Pecosian
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    So the problem is that she needs network access...

    So the problem is that she needs network access to print for clients but you want to remove internet access so she can't chat on an IM all day?

    How exactly is your network setup? Is the internet...
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    Just a thought, but they have a download center...

    Just a thought, but they have a download center at
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/search.aspx?displaylang=en

    You have to go through and pick out what you want to download, it's not all there...
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    I love Firefox, I use it all the time. Of course...

    I love Firefox, I use it all the time. Of course there's problems with it not displaying certain pages because it doesn't support some IE only things but I just use IE in that case. There are some...
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    I've been using CHX for a little while now, it's...

    I've been using CHX for a little while now, it's a little odd when it comes to the interface but works extremely well. Has NAT and remote management support on top of a rules based firewall that...
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    I think you meant www.hackerslab.org Read the...

    I think you meant www.hackerslab.org

    Read the forums on hackerslab website, they'll help you a lot in figuring out some of the challenges. There was one post there about the find command that is...
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    If you typed in chmod wrong it would tell you...

    If you typed in chmod wrong it would tell you that you don't have permissions when you try to run it. Now you said you typed it in "24onlineClient -s" and there's nothing, not even a warning message...
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    I just got the readme from the sourceforge...

    I just got the readme from the sourceforge version from http://sourceforge.net/projects/cyberoam/
    and this is what the readme had to say:

    Steps:
    1. copy client exe to /root folder
    2. Be super...
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    I'm guessing they meant www.hackerslab.org

    I'm guessing they meant www.hackerslab.org
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    Sounds like the DLL has been registered so...

    Sounds like the DLL has been registered so windows will keep you from deleting it, there are a couple ways to get rid of it if this is the case. Without rebooting, if the file isn't actually being...
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    My outlook on religion is that it was simply a...

    My outlook on religion is that it was simply a way to impose a moral sense on people. It's actually scary but there's a lot of people who don't think for themselves, they think that without some kind...
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    The first one seems to have a problem with a...

    The first one seems to have a problem with a declaration somewhere, the second is you're trying to compile a makefile, there's no source in there you should have a program called make in that same...
  16. Thread: Windows

    by Pecosian
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    Certificates in the LAN settings? Maybe you mean...

    Certificates in the LAN settings? Maybe you mean proxy settings? That would make more sense with programs no longer working, since this affect most products using IE's settings. If it was the case,...
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    A good free compiler for windows is djgpp. gcc...

    A good free compiler for windows is djgpp. gcc does come with cygwin but not the default install, it's quite a task to get it working sometimes so unless you absolutely need a linux environment to...
  18. You need error checking, when i try to view the...

    You need error checking, when i try to view the post after the last available one it crashes out instead of realising it's at the end of the list, just do a quick bounds check and it should be fine....
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    Well what are you looking for? Setting up a...

    Well what are you looking for? Setting up a certain type of network? Physical or Wireless? Maybe managing an existing network? What kind of machines will be on the network? What operating system?
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    Slarty no offense but half of the argument in...

    Slarty no offense but half of the argument in that link you gave is that people new to the language won't know the syntax.

    Just because it's not in straightforward english so that anyone can read...
  21. Thread: C++ Namespace

    by Pecosian
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    A namespace is a definition of code that is...

    A namespace is a definition of code that is constant across most compilers, std being the standard template library, or the standard namespace. Most compilers use their own tweaked version of it by...
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    um if the keyboard is locked then there must be a...

    um if the keyboard is locked then there must be a lock on the computer somewhere, the error is saying the physical key that some computers have has been used to lock the computer. just find whoever...
  23. Thread: DVD Ripping

    by Pecosian
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    Cross, it depends on the computer you're using to...

    Cross, it depends on the computer you're using to decode the video, it will have to be decoded from divx/xvid to mpeg so it could take up to a day if not more depending on what you use to decode. The...
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    Reminds me of the HDLock from Authenex, you need...

    Reminds me of the HDLock from Authenex, you need their A-Key to use it, it does the encryption so there's "supposedly" no performance loss, though I'm not so sure that there would be absolutely none....
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    Well just off the top of my head I noticed that...

    Well just off the top of my head I noticed that this site wasn't about teaching people how to get people's passwords, etc... You own this box? Doesn't seem like it... Why do you want this password so...
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