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    Sanitizing a Storage Area Network (SAN)

    I've done a little searching, and I cannot seem to find any products designed to sanitize an entire SAN, or multiple disks in a SAN. I am not very knowledgeable in SANs; I'm only doing research for...
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    This reminded me of that old story or whatever...

    This reminded me of that old story or whatever where some guy was wondering how to get rid of enemy submarines, and some other dude said "boil the seas!"

    It also reminds me of all those videos...
  3. Thread: Egypt

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    I thought Egypt already was...

    I thought Egypt already was...
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    Well, we would be doing that by now. In fact, we...

    Well, we would be doing that by now. In fact, we should have been doing this for the past month. Unfortunately, a project manager got wind of it, and has demanded we put her process in place before...
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    A MiFi device connects directly to the cellular...

    A MiFi device connects directly to the cellular network, and lets devices connect to it to use that connection for internet access--sort of like a wireless router whose WAN interface connects...
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    That's the thing; we don't know if they use the...

    That's the thing; we don't know if they use the laptops only for internet access or if they also do work on them. I kinda doubt they'd use them for working purposes because of the desktop computer...
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    I should probably have mentioned that the laptops...

    I should probably have mentioned that the laptops aren't company-owned, either. The employees bring both laptop and mifi device from home. And they don't connect them to the internal network; they...
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    Wireless in the Workplace

    Hi guys and gals, I need a little help.

    We recently purchased and installed a wifi security product called HiPath Wireless Manager, which is currently owned by Entarasys. Basically, using sensors...
  9. Thread: Phone scam...

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    Phone scam...

    I'm not sure where to post this, as I didn't see a 'Scam' forum here.

    My house was called about half an hour ago. My stepmom picked up the cordless phone, and noticed it said 'UNKNOWN CALLER'. ...
  10. Thread: fw-7.ftc.gov

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    Something from the Federal Trade Commission, I...

    Something from the Federal Trade Commission, I guess...
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    Not sure on your internet setup. It really...

    Not sure on your internet setup. It really depends on a couple things. Do you host any services that people on the internet need to have access to 24/7? Is it absolutely critical that everyone...
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    Most of the time, the firmware shipped with...

    Most of the time, the firmware shipped with cheap, consumer routers has code errors, is unstable, or otherwise doesn't do what it advertises. DD-WRT is VERY stable (when you get it working the way...
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    Yep, DD-WRT is a decently-stable firmware. Just...

    Yep, DD-WRT is a decently-stable firmware. Just make sure you read some of the stickied posts on the dd-wrt forums before deciding which version to load on your router. The 'recommended firmware'...
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    It shouldn't upload if the router is not on. I'd...

    It shouldn't upload if the router is not on. I'd suggest checking your network settings. Your IP should be 10.0.0.3 (or any other IP on the router's LAN). Your subnet mask should be 255.255.255.0 ...
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    Could be a lot of things. Could be that the...

    Could be a lot of things. Could be that the firmware didn't download correctly to the router, maybe you didn't wait long enough before power-cycling the router after loading the older...
  16. Thread: Network help!

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    "When i switch the router on i get green solid...

    "When i switch the router on i get green solid lights for the power, the wireless, and the dsl lights, but that is it."

    Sounds like your modem router is bricked. Continuously-solid lights on all...
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    My IPcop firewall gets attempts on those ports...

    My IPcop firewall gets attempts on those ports all the time (a lot of attempts in a short time period, from multiple IP address, from multiple countries). I suspect it's some botnet looking for...
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    Normally, if you're up front about caveats in...

    Normally, if you're up front about caveats in whatever you're trying to manipulate them into doing, you can get users to do things they normally wouldn't risk doing. Convincing them that trashing...
  19. I used to be very anti-pirate. I would do...

    I used to be very anti-pirate. I would do research on movies, whatever I could find online, before I went out and bought the video. The quality of some movies being total crap kinda irked me, but I...
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    Try MalwareBytes Anti-Malware free version (link...

    Try MalwareBytes Anti-Malware free version (link here). Download it, install it, update it, and scan with it. You may have to scan in safe mode, but it's not always the case. Do this for your...
  21. I use IPcop myself, with the Advanced Proxy and...

    I use IPcop myself, with the Advanced Proxy and URLfilter addons, among other addons. You'll need another computer for it; my old 300MHz P2 and ~380MB RAM Dell optiplex handles it rather well. ...
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    If you want users to be able to log in from home,...

    If you want users to be able to log in from home, I recommend letting these users take home "their" own laptops. These laptops can either have NO harddrives and boot off a CD (very time-consuming...
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    IPcop with Xtra Graphs. You'll need another...

    IPcop with Xtra Graphs.


    You'll need another computer tho.
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    I also have satellite broadband through WildBlew,...

    I also have satellite broadband through WildBlew, simply because it's the only alternative to dialup where I live. Their Fair Access Policy specifically disallows hosting and p2p. I had someone...
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    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/04/23/pirate_bay...

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/04/23/pirate_bay_judge_accused_of_bias/


    Whoopsy?
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