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    Last time it got stolen I was a few metres away,...

    Last time it got stolen I was a few metres away, but I could'nt see my pencil case because there were people in the way of my line of sight. In theory, I think your lock box idea is a good one,...
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    How To Stop Calculator Thieves?

    Hello,
    Today I've had the second calculator in 2 years stolen. The calculators we use for study aren't cheap as they are those nice scientific ones. This is made worse by the fact that I don't have...
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    Why buy one? If you go to distrowatch, there are...

    Why buy one? If you go to distrowatch, there are hundreds of distros that are begging you to use them for free.
    Going back to what I was saying before, though, I have found that it has been easier...
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    Talking of *nix security, have you guys heard...

    Talking of *nix security, have you guys heard back from the guys at gluck about the hacked debian server (see http://www.linuxsecurity.com/content/view/123560/65/). I think it goes to show that no...
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    Sorry Nihil, Just quickly, is there a firefox...

    Sorry Nihil,

    Just quickly, is there a firefox extension or some tool for quickly scanning something with all those different AVs?
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    I would say though, that the term "limited...

    I would say though, that the term "limited account" in windows is horribly undescriptive. Can I install? Can I burn? Can I access this area? I much prefer the linux system of management where you can...
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    How is chkrootkit as a rootkit detector?

    How is chkrootkit as a rootkit detector?
  8. Credit cards and email: Seriously Worrying

    When typing some emails for my boss recently, I was alarmed to find a request for a credit card number. I consulted him and made him aware of the security risk involved, however he assured me that...
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    cool tools

    I found another ultimate livecd called Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK). Features here. I would be a little worried about some of the features in the wrong hands, especially the winxp username/password...
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    Why not install a user friendly free linux distro...

    Why not install a user friendly free linux distro like mandriva, opensuse, fedora or k/ubuntu and set the free partition as the /home directory. You can limit their write access to that partition and...
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    Limewire removal

    Hello,

    The things people do to their computers......I recently had to remove Lmewire from a friend's computer. I used the windows install/uninstall facility to remove it and then went to the...
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    Sony XCP and rootkits

    Looks like sony have got some very persistent anti-copy protection. Have a look at this . Why can't antivirus programs target rootkit virii? Are there any tools available to do the searching and...
  13. Unauthorised email sent from my colleague's account.

    A colleague at work mentioned that he got one of those mail administrator returned mail emails about an email that he never sent. I told him to just change his account password, although he's...
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    Print signatures

    There have been some interesting articles about printer signatures in the news recently. Apparently, there are these invisible dots that you can see with a blue light. The dots tell the person who...
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    I know that this is a basic question (I am new to...

    I know that this is a basic question (I am new to cryptography), but how do you figure out the spacing system? Is there one word to a line or do two gaps constitute a space? I am a little confused...
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    It appears unlikely to me that the proffered...

    It appears unlikely to me that the proffered encrypted text, if it is written according to the rules of English, is a substitution cipher.

    Why:

    -In English, the only letter that exists as a...
  17. Sorry, I know it's a backward question, but what...

    Sorry, I know it's a backward question, but what code is this? It follows the same format as the java I am familiar with, but I don't recognise it.
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    Making a Firewall

    I want to make a firewall. Firstly, is a firewall solely for stopping people from connecting to your ports or does it do other stuff as well? Secondly, how do you close access to your ports? I tend...
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