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    Well, they are in Marketing. Take a look at...

    Well, they are in Marketing. Take a look at newpaper ads, TV ads and magazine ads. Most of those are pretty illiterate. Go figure.
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    I would still like to know what caused you to...

    I would still like to know what caused you to think you still had a keylogger on the system.
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    I'm with MLF. How did you know the keylogger came...

    I'm with MLF. How did you know the keylogger came back after the re-install? Did you use HiJackThis and look at the log?

    Run through the posts here and answer the questions. Then, you might get...
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    I just added the new Google Toolbars to my...

    I just added the new Google Toolbars to my browsers. Supposedly, it will put the warning up if you hit a site that is not what it appears to be. Mostly a phishing foil, I think. Haven't hit anything...
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    Well, I just put Windows Defender on and ran...

    Well, I just put Windows Defender on and ran SpyCar against it. Yes, it does what it is supposed to do. It holds the activity until you get a chance to approve or disapprove it. The trick is testing...
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    nihil is not going to like this. Ewido failed...

    nihil is not going to like this. Ewido failed miserably against the spycar tests.

    //me going to the internet looking for a new freebie anti-spyware.
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    A DMZ is a term used to describe a network...

    A DMZ is a term used to describe a network segment isolated from the main internal network, but availble to the public internet. This is accomplished via firewalls, routers and/or physical network...
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    Hey, Road, that's why I want to see the article....

    Hey, Road, that's why I want to see the article. CR does some pretty good comparisons, sometimes. Sometimes you wonder what they were thinking.

    I remember a vaccuum comparison in the 80's. They...
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    Yeehaw!
  10. OK, just something to add, Sam, and I hope this...

    OK, just something to add, Sam, and I hope this doesn't throw to big a wrench into things. Osiris is a package that can be used like TripWire on a Windows box to check for changes to files. This is...
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    I'm going to have to find the magazine and see...

    I'm going to have to find the magazine and see just which versions were tested and what the criteria was. There are differenced in function and support between the consumer products and the...
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    Hey, Neg! Was there a link to the article, or do...

    Hey, Neg! Was there a link to the article, or do you have to be a paid subscriber?

    Or, was this from the printed mag?
  13. Lotus Notes? Hey, Johnno, I haven't seen a Lotus...

    Lotus Notes? Hey, Johnno, I haven't seen a Lotus Notes installation in many years. Almost always some flavor of Outlook connected to Exchange or some other enterprise mail/collaboration system. A...
  14. Sam, the scenario could work like this: The...

    Sam, the scenario could work like this:

    The physician's network has a SNORT installation running to monitor network traffic and provide some Intrusion Detection. WireShark is also running...
  15. StealthAudit will provide information more from...

    StealthAudit will provide information more from servers and Active Directory than from the individual workstation. WireShark is an excellent tool that can track network traffic from the target...
  16. I know you want non-technical, but the OWASP site...

    I know you want non-technical, but the OWASP site should be bookmarked and referenced once in a while. The .pdf web development guide is priceless.

    http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Main_Page
  17. Just a couple thoughts. Any activity performed...

    Just a couple thoughts. Any activity performed while the Live-CD is running will not be logged or tracked by the installed OS (since it isn't running). The system logs will give time and date of...
  18. Well, even romance writers need to do research. I...

    Well, even romance writers need to do research. I commend Samantha for making the attempt to have her technical details ring true. That's how good stories are crafted. I'm impressed that she was...
  19. As mentioned in other posts, physical access to...

    As mentioned in other posts, physical access to the system can trump any other security. A bootable, Live-CD in a system that doesn't have BIOS security or allows booting to removable media (CD,...
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    Hey, hex! Good luck! I don't trade with BestBuy...

    Hey, hex! Good luck! I don't trade with BestBuy and never would, but I don't begrudge someone a job opportunity.

    And, for all y'all, including Zombie, never wear shoes that don't fit correctly. No...
  21. Good job, Duckie-poo! I'm looking forward to the...

    Good job, Duckie-poo! I'm looking forward to the 64-bit paper, now!
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    Hmmm ... can't lose something you don't and never...

    Hmmm ... can't lose something you don't and never will have.
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    gore: For us to read and understand your posts...

    gore: For us to read and understand your posts implies that you take time to spell correctly, construct coherent sentences and have something of value to communicate.
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    gore, no one misquoted you or took your...

    gore, no one misquoted you or took your statements out of context. dalek's post is the raw truth, straight from the thread and post where you made the statements (that is assuming that you haven't...
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    The tutorials will help a lot. One thing that...

    The tutorials will help a lot. One thing that isn't all that clear for folks not used to the Linux environment is that nessusd is a daemon. That is what you ran. It needs to be running for you to do...
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