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  1. Thread: Hidden Loaders

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    #1 I would definitly hit "ctrl-alt-del" and see...

    #1 I would definitly hit "ctrl-alt-del" and see what's running in the backround.
    #2 I would start the computer in safe mode and run full AV scan (making sure the AV has all updates).
    #3 I would...
  2. Thread: data warehousing

    by MSgtN
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    Praveen, Check out these sites:...

    Praveen,
    Check out these sites:
    http://www.datawarehouse.com/home/

    Praveen,
    Check out these sites:
    http://www.datawarehouse.com/home/ http://www.cio.com/research/data/
    This one will...
  3. Thread: Port 3775

    by MSgtN
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    ispmmgr 3775/tcp ISPM Manager Port

    ispmmgr 3775/tcp ISPM Manager Port
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    Here's a good link with several comparisons: ...

    Here's a good link with several comparisons:

    http://www.python.org/doc/Comparisons.html
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    I've had alot of success with www.tigerdirect.com...

    I've had alot of success with www.tigerdirect.com
  6. Thread: Possibly Hacked?

    by MSgtN
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    When in doubt, I always "SCAN"......I would...

    When in doubt, I always "SCAN"......I would certainly start the computer in safe mode, and scan with the AV (ensuring it's updated with the latest definitions), Spybot and Ad-aware. If you can, let...
  7. Thread: PocketPC info

    by MSgtN
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    How about: http://www.linuxda.com/index.html ...

    How about:

    http://www.linuxda.com/index.html (this one seems the most flexible)

    http://www.symbian.com/

    http://www.palmone.com/us/developers/

    :)
  8. Thread: PocketPC info

    by MSgtN
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    Cyber, The only ones I know of are: ...

    Cyber,
    The only ones I know of are:

    http://java.sun.com/products/personaljava/

    http://www.magma.ca/~mqm/pda/servlets-channels.html

    http://www.orbworks.com/wince/
    ...
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    Here's a thread on the...

    Here's a thread on the http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/67/comment/11428 that debates it all......

    Here's a thread on the http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/67/comment/11428 that...
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    I like using this site for online scanning:...

    I like using this site for online scanning: http://www.alken.nl/online-security-check.htm
  11. Thread: Security Cameras

    by MSgtN
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    You can start with these links: ...

    You can start with these links:

    http://www.x10.com/products/x10_sw20a.htm

    http://www.pcsurveillance.net/default.htm

    http://www.mjelectronics.com/
    ...
  12. Thread: server migration

    by MSgtN
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    Try these links for starts: ...

    Try these links for starts:

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/ad/windows2000/plan/migntw2k.asp
    ...
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    Congratulations and best...

    Congratulations and best wishes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  14. Thread: Tech jobs in VT

    by MSgtN
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    Mani, I'd definitly keep tab's on job sites,...

    Mani, I'd definitly keep tab's on job sites, especially regional job site's that focus on the VT area. Also, I'd look for IT user and new's groups that are based out of your area, that focus on the...
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    Folks should have left the "grape ape" and "Izod"...

    Folks should have left the "grape ape" and "Izod" were they belonged, on the TV and the cloths rack. Or could it be we're all "monkey luvers"!!!!?!?!?!?!? :D
  16. Thread: port 1024

    by MSgtN
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    What kind of firewall are you using? You should...

    What kind of firewall are you using? You should be able to manualy shut that port down.
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    A quick note on the "salary range comparison"...

    A quick note on the "salary range comparison" charts and stats that are out there, take them with a "grain of salt". One of the reasons is that although they give you the low to high salary average,...
  18. Thread: Port 3128

    by MSgtN
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    Here are two of the exploits for that port:...

    Here are two of the exploits for that port: Reverse WWW Tunnel Backdoor , and RingZero trojans,
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    NullDevice, NullDevice, If I may make a...

    NullDevice,

    NullDevice,
    If I may make a suggestion, you can check the internet for "contract" freelance positions that my allow you to do your project, here's one site you can start with:...
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    If you all don't mind me putting my two cents in,...

    If you all don't mind me putting my two cents in, as a Technical recruiter (Network Engineer/Architect in my former life), I would definitely recommend the programming, even if it's in addition to...
  21. Hehehehe as a technical recruiter, this is the...

    Hehehehe as a technical recruiter, this is the advise I can give you:
    1.: Ensure that your resume targets the specific job your applying for, ensuring all the technologies and "buzz words" are...
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    The only thing I came up with was somewhat...

    The only thing I came up with was somewhat related to adware (here is the site): www.netwu.com/samples/www.adtoolsinc.com/sitemap.xml . The only other lead was this site, which had to do with...
  23. Thread: Cookies

    by MSgtN
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    Some of the "cookies" are actually "spyware",...

    Some of the "cookies" are actually "spyware", so..what I use to clean them out is a combination of adaware and Spybot~search and destroy~ ...then block them using spyware blaster.....
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    For complete (as complete as you can be these...

    For complete (as complete as you can be these days) I like to use spybot- search and destroy in conjunction with adaware, and to top it off, use spyware blaster to block all them nasty critters.
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    correct me if I'm wrong folks, but port 33367 is...

    correct me if I'm wrong folks, but port 33367 is used for attempts on Linux/FreeBSD 4.x machines...using the GL port
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