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  1. Thread: Perl or C++?

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    I am personally partial to C. C is just at the...

    I am personally partial to C. C is just at the right level of abstraction for me (low-level), whereas C++ is a bit too abstract. I'm definitely not saying that C++ is the devil, because I love it. ...
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    I didn't necessarily mean it was buggy to have...

    I didn't necessarily mean it was buggy to have infinite loops. I even said that I use them for real-time apps. The part that is buggy is when you don't have a way out of the loop, or you do, but...
  3. Thread: Perl or C++?

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    You can pretty much do anything you want in...

    You can pretty much do anything you want in either language. Just keep in mind that perl is a scripting (interpreted) language, whereas C++ is a compiled language. If you're looking to write...
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    mandraketux, I know what you mean. if microsoft...

    mandraketux, I know what you mean. if microsoft released the windows source, it's pretty much a guarantee that coders and hackers everywhere would be reading through the source finding...
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    Just some information from securityfocus.com: ...

    Just some information from securityfocus.com:

    Microsoft Windows Vulnerabilities: 222
    Linux Vulnerabilities: 266
    Unix Vulnerabilities: 82

    Someone posted something like "thank god for *nx",...
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    hmm, it's bad programming practice not to address...

    hmm, it's bad programming practice not to address bugs such as the infinite loop. However, they are sometimes a necessary evil; even I use them when I code games, but keep in mind that your code is...
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    The problem isn't what journy101 said. The...

    The problem isn't what journy101 said. The problem lies in the fact that you have an infinite loop condition. Look at your while(progTerm == false) test. The ONLY way progTerm is true is if the...
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    yeah, I know that you can mix C and C++; but I...

    yeah, I know that you can mix C and C++; but I just meant that if I was going to use sscanf and all the other stdio.h functions, I would use C instead of C++....thanks for the info though.

    -Nitro-
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    I got most of my libraries from Visual C++ 6.0;...

    I got most of my libraries from Visual C++ 6.0; but the <winsock.h> and <winsock2.h> should come with other windows compilers. also, if you use <winsock.h>, you need to link your programs with...
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    portscanner code problem...

    okay, I'm trying to write a little portscanner, and all it can do right now is scan one port at a time. I am trying to use command-line arguments, but when I try to get a range of ports to scan, I...
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    check out my tutorial on some basic linux...

    check out my tutorial on some basic linux security measures:
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=545596
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    some of the admins I know do not like outside...

    some of the admins I know do not like outside people coming in and telling them about their security flaws. Would you like it if you set up this so-called "secure" system/network, and someone...
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    I agree with you Palemoon, artists do not get...

    I agree with you Palemoon, artists do not get paid as much as we think; the record labels and talent agents get paid the bulk of the artists' hard work. I also think it shows how our government can...
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    IP Locator tool on AO

    lol, this is funny...

    I am in washington state right now, not proxied or anything, and this is what the IP Locator said about my address:



    -Nitro-
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    I do search google...all the time as a matter of...

    I do search google...all the time as a matter of fact. that's one reason I don't post questions here very often; I can find what I need on my own.

    it's just that this nbtstat thing had me...
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    lol....

    I am such an idiot...
    I was testing nbtstat by using it against my girlfriend's computer, and she failed to mention she blocked netbios (which she did just recently)...lol, thanks for your help...
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    nbtstat problem with windows XP

    I use windows XP professional (recently upgraded from Home ed.). On home edition, I was able to get nbtstat to work, although I don't remember exactly what I did, but I'm sure I did it in...
  18. Thread: Firewall Bypass

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    DoS attacks on a firewall don't bypass them; they...

    DoS attacks on a firewall don't bypass them; they completely destroy them. it's a very noisy technique, and that is what many unskilled attackers do. if you want to know some quieter techniques for...
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    Poll: I met my current girlfriend on the net over 2...

    I met my current girlfriend on the net over 2 years ago. we live in different states, so it really hard. Growing up I lived in WA state, but now that I'm in college, I live in CA. My girlfriend...
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    I agree with The3ntropy on this...2 firewalls can...

    I agree with The3ntropy on this...2 firewalls can conflict with eachother, and from what I've experienced with Norton Internet Security 2002 (my only firewall besides windows xp's built in firewall...
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    it's absolutely possible. you get twice the...

    it's absolutely possible. you get twice the safety, or if one firewall misses something, the other might block the hole left open by the first firewall.

    -Nitro-
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    radioshack.com (http://radioshack.com) That...

    radioshack.com

    That should get you on your way :D

    -Nitro-
  23. Thread: need an advice

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    You can find an updated proxy list here:...

    You can find an updated proxy list here: http://tools.rosinstrument.com/proxy/

    I don't know about the rest, but it sounds to me like you're pretty paranoid about sniffers lol ;)

    -Nitro-
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    Linux Security Measures [part 1]

    Linux Security Measures
    Part 1

    Written By:...
  25. Thread: TCP packets

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    go to http://blacksun.box.sk/programming.html ...

    go to http://blacksun.box.sk/programming.html and read BSRF's tutorials on internet programming...there are three parts. the tuts are for windows, and the first two are pretty basic while the third...
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