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I do see your point,... just think the wording of thier catch phrase ads could be better, as it tends to give (at least me) the wrong impression of the services/products they are offering.
Im trying to think of reasons why one NEEDS to change a publically issed IP address...
So who did you piss off/what did you do that was illegal?
2000/XP/2003 AOL Spy Recorder
Secretly record chats and emails Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo and more. Looking for new exploits?
CORE IMPACT - always updated exploits & techniques in...
Well if you are THAT worried, do you HAVE to use wireless?
Its not secure. It can be hardened, but never will be perfect, as its broadcasting signal, etc.
Hardwires are much harder to get at... If...
FFS... I just skim now... dont bother reading, its just back and forth, back and forth...
Honestly, arent you little boys out of urine yet?
This pissing contest is O L D....
And you can always append changes to it. I used to have a shortcut to it on a desktop for the computers we monitored at a library. Each Hosts file was mapped... made it easy to update them.
I like the netopia r910. a few steps above a linksys. A snap to set up tho, and Im very happy with its performance. (linksys would lock up when I got enough traffic to my webservers) A pretty good...
When I did the towing/recovery thing, part of it was lockouts. The kit we had was GREAT!
SlimJims are NOT the way to go at all. MOST cars now days have power locks. so...
The kit has 2 plastic...
You all talk about how this post is "not up to standards" or lacking....
It was a effort, more than most members here make, to attempt to educate someone on something. I could say "Hey, Web Browsers...
dammit, I see, looking above me, someone thought of it too and posted just before me ... lol
ah well, GMTA.
Watch the movie "hackers". Its SO just like that... *grin* lol :)
that movie is a classic... *roll*
Gee your sig looks vaugely familliar. :rolleyes:
April 23rd, 2004 11:42 AM
..............uhm hmmm, lesse here.
Its called access control. You need a certain set of credentials. Obviously you are not a person granted access to this particular resource. And as you...
April 22nd, 2004 09:14 AM
my question is what happens after Z? has a virus ever gone this high in variants?
wil will prolly goto double letters....
April 22nd, 2004 09:09 AM
BTW, just so you know, (you know who you are) negging someone for negging you is not a good idea.
April 21st, 2004 06:13 PM
first thing that comes to my mind? the inadvertant disclosure of proprietary info...
start talking about something you deal with on a daily basis, and its easy to forget the person your are talking...
April 21st, 2004 05:08 PM
*shrug* wouldnt be the first time Ive seen it happen. wont be the last time.
*pssst* I have a pair of ethernet-vision glasses for sale... *roll*
April 21st, 2004 04:37 PM
*chuckles politely* Rude? Hardly. Its a sick world we live in. Social engineering runs rampant.
This information gained in a blind interview could be exploited... heres a example:
Lets say I...
April 21st, 2004 02:28 PM
April 21st, 2004 02:08 PM
THE ONLY time Ive EVER used a larger packet was to figure out a routers allowable MTU size...
since it was locking, and that seemed to be related...
dude, the answer is right in front of your...
April 21st, 2004 01:47 PM
Net send is possible over the internet if proper ports are opened and such.
"That would Own!"
first, I hate the phrase of "Owning" or worse pwning.
You got scanned. big deal. make a...
April 20th, 2004 02:06 PM
Its possible but not easy. Best bet is keep your damn nose clean in the first place. I mean what are you in fear of the cops for?
And when I have a failed drive, only because I dont like the...
April 20th, 2004 01:52 PM
made me laugh.... heh, oooops.
April 20th, 2004 01:49 PM
I havent played with it or looked at it yet... got links to some info?? (yeah yeah Im lazy)
April 20th, 2004 01:46 PM
Broadband connections justify owning a hard firewall, such as a linksys router, or if you want a better one for home use thats not TOO expensive, look at the netopia r910.
good good little router,...