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    I'd suggest testing your Hard Drive and memory,...

    I'd suggest testing your Hard Drive and memory, those cause intermittent problems. . .Power Supply too, but not as easily tested for problems
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    hilarious. . and i'm sad that it wasn't in the...

    hilarious. . and i'm sad that it wasn't in the headlines, that would have been great.
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    you can simply UNINSTALL the B3D software that...

    you can simply UNINSTALL the B3D software that kazaa installs though windows uninstaller. . .Kazaa will still work, i've done it a few times.

    I'm not quite sure how it works. . .I believe that it...
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    Poll: I don't usually give out that much, I usually...

    I don't usually give out that much, I usually fake it. . .soemthing wiht cats.
    if it's a service I'll use for a while, I fill it out completely.
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    A firewall won't protect the flood of data such...

    A firewall won't protect the flood of data such as it is described, it seems, becaue AOL will kick you off from a flood like that, and all AIM data comes through the AOL server. . .I could be wrong,...
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    hehe. . .this is true humor.

    hehe. . .this is true humor.
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    I know HOW to social engineer people, I've used...

    I know HOW to social engineer people, I've used it aswell on needed occasion.

    what I'm trying to find out is how I can explain and help prevent it with people whom are NOT security-minded. those...
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    www.bootdisk.com has a few DrDOS bootdisks...

    www.bootdisk.com has a few DrDOS bootdisks available. . .it's great for a small, bootable util to host apps when linux is not a choice (Working with Fat, NTFS. . .etc)
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    becoming aware of Social Engineering

    Hello. I am a small-time systems admin at my highschool. I have spend the past year or so trying to teach the other admins (kids and teachers alike) as well as the administration about security. ...
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    hmm. . .I work with this stuff all the time, and...

    hmm. . .I work with this stuff all the time, and if you've already reformatted, it should almost certainly be hardware related. did you check your HD?
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    yes, you could use apache through linux. . .but...

    yes, you could use apache through linux. . .but it doesn't really seem(correct me if i'm wrong) that you are very familiar with linux. .

    there are webserver programs for every OS, even windows.
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    L0pht has never made anything unstable, as far as...

    L0pht has never made anything unstable, as far as I have ever used it. .
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    Invictus: I would have to agree with you. . .I...

    Invictus: I would have to agree with you. . .I have a passion for networking which I've just recently discovered, but I can see a path to get there through electrical engineering. Additionally, I...
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    if you have access to this machine, and can boot...

    if you have access to this machine, and can boot off the floppy, then there is a really easy solution

    http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/bootdisk.html

    This disk goes in through linux, with...
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    Interesting virus. . . I'm glad that whoever...

    Interesting virus. . .
    I'm glad that whoever created this demo THOUGHT first and made JUST a demo, to explain the concept, rather than to prove it. . .

    Malicious virii really suck.
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    for a *REALLY* secure wipe, I would say 15000...

    for a *REALLY* secure wipe, I would say 15000 degrees should do just fine. . .
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    okay. . .that's kinda scarey, but I'm not...

    okay. . .that's kinda scarey, but I'm not surprised. . , everything leaves an electromag residual.

    and yes, though you can dice your HDD, they can peice together almost anything there. . .it's...
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    webcarnage: I know where you're commin from. ....

    webcarnage:

    I know where you're commin from. . .I'm just graduatin this year, but I'm not going into CS. . .too unstable for me. Electrical Engineering is the way to go. . .

    Oh, and just for...
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    BTW, any suggestions for a *good* network virus...

    BTW, any suggestions for a *good* network virus scanner? I've heard mixed things about windows-based solutions (norton, mcafee...) but I was looking for a linux solution that could reach out and...
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    I would suggest, for a newcomer to linux, finding...

    I would suggest, for a newcomer to linux, finding a prepackaged distro. . .

    though somewhat large, MANDRAKE LINUX (www.linux-mandrake.com) is a great distribution for people converting from...
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    I'm going to have to disagree with tekfrost, only...

    I'm going to have to disagree with tekfrost, only on an experience level. . .

    Though most Kiddies cannot launch any sort of organized or complex attack, they can certainly launch brute force DoS...
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    Yeah. . .I recall my teenage day being something like that. .
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    wait a minute, I'm 17!!! Time to party
    :-)~
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    Actually, in XP you can enable that security,...

    Actually, in XP you can enable that security, even with a FAT32 FS. . .
    In control Panels, open FOLDER OPTIONS, click the second tab, and UNCHECK "simple file sharing"

    you will have that security...
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    RA, are you sure about that "everything" comment?...

    RA, are you sure about that "everything" comment? A few low-level formats (writing zeros to the entire drive) should erase prettymuch any trace of anything. . . Or so I have believed. . .
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    because the phone draws power from the actual...

    because the phone draws power from the actual telephone line, it really *can't* be possible for it to be making any noise on it's own, unless there is something foreign inside of it. . .

    however,...
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