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    Happy Birthday JP!!

    Happy Birthday JP!!
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    Ajchez > Just keep in mind what it is that you...

    Ajchez > Just keep in mind what it is that you are actually doing. Programming languages by themselves don't open holes for malicious hackers to penetrate your system. The assumption is that if you...
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    For what it's worth, I think that the current...

    For what it's worth, I think that the current system should remain. I am a newbie and negs hurt me a lot more than they hurt more senior members in terms of being banned. But I think that JP would...
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    I think that we are better prepared economically...

    I think that we are better prepared economically today than we were in the 1920's. Remember that the stock market was a relatively new creature in terms of mainstream American culture. Since then...
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    Programming is what I do all day every day and I...

    Programming is what I do all day every day and I love it. It is just one of those things, either you love it or you hate it.
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    Extremely well said! I've gotten comments like...

    Extremely well said! I've gotten comments like those from people even when I did post something security related, so I know what you are talking about. Some people are trying really hard to fit in...
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    Ummm...why do you want to know whether files...

    Ummm...why do you want to know whether files encrypted with Silver Key can be cracked?

    Just wondering...
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    prodikal is right...I think that your post is...

    prodikal is right...I think that your post is outside the realm of this site. But to answer your question, there is no "easy" way to create a screensaver in Win98 that I know of. When I want to...
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    The hidden data in your driver's license

    As I was surfing the various news sites I ran across this CNN article.



    I don't necessarily have a problem with people being able to read the magnetic strip on the back of my driver's license,...
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    This is just my opinion, but so much for...

    This is just my opinion, but so much for "trustworthy computing" and Microsoft's pledge to close these holes before they become a problem. I am not anti-Microsoft by any means, but how do they...
  11. Thread: Linux

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    Yeah, just go over to RedHat.com and download...

    Yeah, just go over to RedHat.com and download 7.3. You can download the ISO's for three CD's for free and burn them yourself. You get to pick whether the installation is a workstation or server...
  12. Thread: History of C++

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    >Common_Exploit: I would say that neither C or...

    >Common_Exploit: I would say that neither C or C++ is better than the other, in fact C++ still has everything that C has to offer. IMO there is no real difference because of that. You can create a...
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    Boston! Anything by Boston...I love it all! ...

    Boston! Anything by Boston...I love it all! Along with that any flavor of Arena rock from the 70's and 80's. Sammy Hagar and old-school Van Halen totally rock.

    The problem is that when I am...
  14. Thread: Should I?

    by bdhoff
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    Yes, please use the AntiPoints! Via AntiPoints...

    Yes, please use the AntiPoints! Via AntiPoints I've learned the hard way what the protocol is around here, but the AntiPoints and their comments really let you know what the boards tolerate and what...
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    48 flaws so far this year?

    I couldn't believe it when I read it, but according to ZD Net there have been 48 security vulnerabilities in Microsoft products so far this year! The latest is a flaw in an ActiveX control that...
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    China blocks AltaVista search engine

    China blocks AltaVista search engine
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    This is a very interesting article. It wouldn't...

    This is a very interesting article. It wouldn't work for me though...I couldn't carry a tune in a 10 gallon bucket, so I wouldn't know a sour note from a good one! =)
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    I personally don't believe that the world is...

    I personally don't believe that the world is ready for all software to be open-source. I think that the majority of people that own or use computers don't know enough about them to appreciate what...
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    Let freedom ring!

    Let freedom ring!
  20. Thread: SuSE on X-box

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    Too bad it isn't sponsored by Microsoft. It...

    Too bad it isn't sponsored by Microsoft. It would be cool to have a linux development environment for the Xbox similar to that offered by Sony for their PS2.

    But $199 for a decent linux server...
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    Remember the Klez!!!

    I don't know about any of you, but I remember how tough it was to get Klez out of my network.

    Read this article:

    Klez set to return
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    The best way to learn it is to make sure that you...

    The best way to learn it is to make sure that you really want to do it in the first place. If you are passionate about learning this stuff, whether it be security or programming or whatever, you...
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    It isn't that kind of relationship. I've been...

    It isn't that kind of relationship. I've been working with them for 4 years and I have never had this kind of issue before.
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    Question about VPN and network security

    Recently I was working on a client site helping them with a software implementation. While I was on-site I asked their network admin if I could establish a VPN connection to my office network so...
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    I understand and I agree with you...It just...

    I understand and I agree with you...It just rubbed me wrong at the time. I've spent some time looking around and I am beginning to see how all of this works.

    Thanks for all of the feedback!
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