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    Hi Showtime8000, it sounds as if your browser is...

    Hi Showtime8000, it sounds as if your browser is not properly patched to protect you against Content-Disposition and Content-Type MIME Header vulnerabilities.

    More info can be obtained here:...
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    On a side note, about a month ago I wrote a...

    On a side note, about a month ago I wrote a tutorial concerning this topic. You might find it useful: http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=644317
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    A widely used language for artificial...

    A widely used language for artificial intelligence is LISP, which stands for List Processor. Programmers like it so much, because it can handle complex data structures so well.

    You might want to...
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    On a side note, do you have Indexing Service...

    On a side note, do you have Indexing Service turned on? If so, you might want to turn it off. You might also want to delete all of the files contained in c:\windows\prefetch. This may or may not free...
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    Fixing The MS RPC Vulnerability

    With all of the "new" RPC exploits surfacing, I thought I would share a few simple tips on how to protect yourself.

    I will be pointing out how to prevent RPC port 135 from listening, by applying a...
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    Just wanted to update you all concerning the...

    Just wanted to update you all concerning the problem I had...

    I don't know how or why, but the files have FINALLY appeared like they are supposed to!

    I guess my computer got scared knowing that...
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    darkes: I searched the registry for...

    darkes: I searched the registry for 'ActiveXCache', and found several entries. The entries indicated that it was indeed storing the files in the default Downloaded Program Files folder...hmm I'm just...
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    r3b00+: Yeah, I can see them in DOS.....but I...

    r3b00+: Yeah, I can see them in DOS.....but I need to visually see them so that I can right-click on them and choose the 'Remove' option (to fully remove not only the files I'm able to see, but all...
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    Tedob1: Nope, the "hide protected operating...

    Tedob1: Nope, the "hide protected operating system files" option is not checked.

    darkes: I took a look in the registry, and I found an entry for each active x control that should be displayed in...
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    Yeah, they should show up by default...that's why...

    Yeah, they should show up by default...that's why I'm so puzzled. I even downloaded a few active x controls to see if they would appear, but they don't. I can navigate to the folder through a command...
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    I tried this, but still nothing...hmm. Any ideas?

    I tried this, but still nothing...hmm. Any ideas?
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    Removing Downloaded Program Files?

    Good evening everyone---

    First, I will state that I'm using WinXP Home and IE6...

    I was wondering if anyone could please tell me how to get the files within the C:\Windows\Downloaded Program...
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    I wasn't aware that it's possible to delete the...

    I wasn't aware that it's possible to delete the Guest account. How do you delete it?

    Also, I want the Admin account to remain password protected...but I dont wan't to be prompted for a password...
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    Much thanks to everyone, for your help and...

    Much thanks to everyone, for your help and wisdom. I greatly appreciate it. :)

    To answer some of your questions...

    I disconnected/re-connected to the net, but I haven't seen that same...
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    What Is This?????

    Hi everyone.....

    I will start off by stating, that I'm using WinXP Home Edition and regular dial-up for internet access.

    Today, I was using the internet when I noticed the following...
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