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    Yeah, but this site won't spam you. Many of the...

    Yeah, but this site won't spam you. Many of the people on here are admins who have to deal with spam on a regular basis. You would be hard pressed to find anybody here who agrees with spamming I...
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    I think Motion...

    I think Motion does what you need. It has the ability to set masks to take out the road from detection areas and an adjustable sensitivity level. I have never used it outside, but I believe that it...
  3. Thread: SSL Popups

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    Is she able to access any ssl sites (like gmail)?...

    Is she able to access any ssl sites (like gmail)? I came across an issue on a friends computer where ssl site simply wouldn't load. I believe the solution involved doing something with dll's. I don't...
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    A quick search on google for phone line recording...

    A quick search on google for phone line recording threw up this site amongst others.
    One thing I would ask is is your daughter aware her calls are being recorded? While I am not sure on the legality...
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    While I agree with their motives, when I looked...

    While I agree with their motives, when I looked at their website I was informed that they were responsible for "211 potentialy illegal newsgroups supressed from UK ISP networks". If these newsgroups...
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    Poll: I just voted best of breed because it seems to...

    I just voted best of breed because it seems to make more sense to have several different apps doing different things. If one of them goes down, then you will still have the others working. Compared...
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    Only serious problem I can see there is getting...

    Only serious problem I can see there is getting somebody to take responsibility for a data loss. Unless they were clearly identified before hand as being the person whos job it is to ensure data...
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    Some ports are required for everyday things....

    Some ports are required for everyday things. Examples are port 80 for web servers, port 25 for smtp or ports 20 and 21 for ftp. If you block these ports then you lose the service that uses that port.
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    They look nice. I think I might have to have a...

    They look nice. I think I might have to have a crack myself...
    How much traffic have you had in them? Or have you not put them online yet?
  10. Thread: New Bill

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    I wouldn't worry too much. Eventualy they will...

    I wouldn't worry too much. Eventualy they will run out of fingers to plug the dyke. Then they will have to accept that the situation is beyond their control and they need to get in people who...
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    If you are monitoring the entry nodes to the...

    If you are monitoring the entry nodes to the proxies, then surely you can just find the destination IP from the monitored traffic (it must be in there somewhere). This would make the entire process...
  12. Thread: Winfile

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    You can find some more information on this file...

    You can find some more information on this file here. Looking at what they say about it, you might want to check your backups to make sure they haven't been infected.
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    If you can't slave the drive to clean it for some...

    If you can't slave the drive to clean it for some reason, maybe look at BartPE (http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/). You can run windows based Anti Malware stuff from it. Just DL the creator and add the...
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    One thing that nobody has mentioned in this...

    One thing that nobody has mentioned in this thread yet is combining two existing methods of hiding swear words. People want to be able to swear here without being censored, but others also want it to...
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    Do you have your network card in Promiscuous...

    Do you have your network card in Promiscuous mode? If it isn't then it will drop all packets not aimed at your IP address. If you seem to have it in Promiscuous mode, does your Network Card support...
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    If you ever want to do this in the future, look...

    If you ever want to do this in the future, look at wget. Very handy little tool for downloading entire websites. Available in both Windows and *nix flavours.
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    You can't just give it away

    This is old, but it has got to go here: Firefox Pirated.
  18. Thread: Ethics.

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    xn: This thread is five years dead. Leave it...

    xn: This thread is five years dead. Leave it dead. Unless you have something useful to contribute to them, leave threads with the date flashing on the last post alone. I won't neg you, but others...
  19. Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill - UK

    A friend just told me about this Bill Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill. It reminds me very strongly of a certain German act circa 1933. Anybody else in the UK seen this yet? Am I reading it the...
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    You might want to run it through...

    You might want to run it through http://www.hijackthis.de to narrow down what you need to check. Google anything it throws up as bad before you remove it though. So far I don't think I have had any...
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    Morvai, I get the impression that his wireless...

    Morvai, I get the impression that his wireless router has just "vanished" from the network. I doubt it is a router where you can just connect to a console port, rather you need to use the irritating...
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    Synja, that link you posted seems to be for a...

    Synja, that link you posted seems to be for a consulting company. Are you sure you don't mean this site: http://www.goteamspeak.com/ ?
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    Well, I have sent them an E-mail from one of...

    Well, I have sent them an E-mail from one of DjM's links. Now just a case of waiting to see what gets done about it. If I give them a week then mention it to the Head of IT hopefully it should get...
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    It's not that people are pissed off at you for...

    It's not that people are pissed off at you for doing the right thing It's that they often don't understand about computers and networks to the same depth as you might. They are scared when somebody...
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    Thanks for all the quick advice. I have decided...

    Thanks for all the quick advice. I have decided to send them an email giving them locations of where the offending access points are. Hopefully they will respond to that. If they don't then I think...
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