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    sumdumguy is right. Get yourself a copy of...

    sumdumguy is right. Get yourself a copy of spybot, search & destroy, update its database, run it and click on immunize.
    Dialers are illegal in most countries, so chances are this isn't anything...
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    As far as I know, it will enable people to bounce...

    As far as I know, it will enable people to bounce off your connection. So if they do trouble and get traced back, chances are it'll get back to you.

    IMHO, I would definitely NOT enable it
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    Wo. The future is kinda bleak. I suppose it's...

    Wo. The future is kinda bleak.

    I suppose it's the same thing in the UK. I'm doing a Joint Maths and Computing Master, but as you said, it's gonna be hard to land a job, let alone any decent one....
  4. Funny... I've always had the impression that the...

    Funny... I've always had the impression that the most security conscious ppl some flavour of unix (linux/*BSD...)
    I do have a dual boot (XP/Linux) since I can't really play games under Linux (Stupid...
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    Hope the following helps... ...

    Hope the following helps...

    http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/cellphonefraud.html

    Seemed to be the only relevant info so far.


    PS>...
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    Kaaza Lite is seems :D Agree fully with...

    Kaaza Lite is seems :D

    Agree fully with lumpyporridge, although Emule can be reallllllllyyy slow. It takes a while to earn "points" to download from other users. Never used soulseek...

    Wait -...
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    :D - Have you seen the state of the computer? It...

    :D - Have you seen the state of the computer? It must be about 8 yrs old at least...

    But all joke asside, computers, or more exactly computer monitors, used to blow up if the display settings...
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    You can get a skin for IE called MyIE (methinks)....

    You can get a skin for IE called MyIE (methinks). It's pretty good. Implements most of opera's features, includes pop-blocking and all the like. But what the heck. It's still IE.

    I've been using...
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    I currently live in the UK, so that shit is...

    I currently live in the UK, so that **** is probably gonna hit me too in a few months or so. The laws here are so broad, they can get you under anything. :mad:

    One question remains: What can one...
  10. Thanks... That's bound to cheer me up :( If...

    Thanks... That's bound to cheer me up :(

    If invasion of privacy is not something that can help protect ourselves against those kind of attacks, what do you guys reckon will? Or is there no hope?
  11. Are you ready to lose your privacy?

    I suppose most of you guys heard about what happened yesterday morning in Madrid.
    Some terrorist group put bombs in trains, at rush hour (around 7ish). 3 of apparently 13 bombs exploded, killing a...
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    Library

    Would it be possible for AO to have some kind of online library?
    It's a jungle out there when it comes down to finding reliable information. I'm lucky enough to have a library stuffed with...
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    My uni's library's got it, and I'm on my way to...

    My uni's library's got it, and I'm on my way to take it out now...

    Thanks guys!

    BTW, do you reckon AO should have a reading list? It could prove to be of great interest, especially for those...
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    Thanks for the swift replies! It would be for...

    Thanks for the swift replies!

    It would be for a home network, and the machines would be as folllow:

    proxy
    fileserver
    3 other computers

    Most of the machines will be running a Windows of...
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    That might be totally out of context, but you...

    That might be totally out of context, but you know, the MD5 sum algorithm, used to check integrity on packages and stuff (and used for linux passwords I think...), would there be anyway of getting a...
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    For my part, I'd go with Aikido... If you're not...

    For my part, I'd go with Aikido... If you're not that strong :rolleyes: , it's one of the best martial art you can learn, imho.

    But anyway, you shouldn't have to. I really doubt a guy will come...
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    Wifi MAC address-based authentication

    Sorry for asking such a noob question, but I figured I might get more help posting it here than in the Newbie section.

    Network cards come with MAC addresses, and some even allow you to change it....
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    I'd have to agree with most of the guys up there....

    I'd have to agree with most of the guys up there. Apart from the fact that you'll get in deep **** if the admin finds out by himself (I'm sooo not being sexist there), it is better to let the admin...
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    Mmm. That seems like some personal advertising......

    Mmm. That seems like some personal advertising... Wonder how JP'll like that :p

    Will have a look at it later on, but AO's got enough to keep me busy for years
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    I feel really stupid saying that and it probably...

    I feel really stupid saying that and it probably won't help, but isn't one of the guidlines of internet chatting, never to give out your real name/address/phone number and all other information that...
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    No offence to you, Spydrpop, but I strongly agree...

    No offence to you, Spydrpop, but I strongly agree with the other members... That does sound fishy, perhaps too much to be legal. Are you saying the machine you're trying to access is running WinXP?...
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    Hehe, Thanks for the reply, you guys. I...

    Hehe,

    Thanks for the reply, you guys.
    I suppose I don't have anything to hide, apart from my credit details when I do some online shopping. I guess I just don't like the idea of being watched all...
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    Privacy through ISP

    Hello people,

    First of all, I do not really know where privacy-related threads should be posted, so I apologize if this is the wrong place :p .

    I was wondering if my understanding of dial-ups...
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    Just thought I might give a little warning. The...

    Just thought I might give a little warning.
    The Anarchist Cookbook is not that accurate. I was looking it up on google when I found out that some of the information given is completely false. Some...
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    That's one hell of an ass kicking virus (lol)! Is...

    That's one hell of an ass kicking virus (lol)! Is it as powerful as the chinese ICE in the Neuromancer?
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