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    Did you ever get a reply on this subject? I...

    Did you ever get a reply on this subject? I haven't noticed any updates for it recently, but maybe I missed something. I still haven't seen the tcpdump updates that streamer mentioned either.
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    Hey horse, mind giving us some screen shots of RH...

    Hey horse, mind giving us some screen shots of RH 9? I've seen a few, but they're always sanitary boring screen shots. Show us a real user's screen shots.
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    chmod'ing the file to 700 will negate the purpose...

    chmod'ing the file to 700 will negate the purpose of creating the .htaccess file in the first place. Unless the .htaccess file is owned by the username that apache runs as (generally noboby or...
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    Hmm... For some reason this doesn't work on my...

    Hmm... For some reason this doesn't work on my linux box...

    Just kidding of course. I've never seen anything quite like this before but it looks pretty cool. Thanks.
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    My initials in real life are CE and I took too...

    My initials in real life are CE and I took too much latin in high school. CE works if you don't want to type the whole thing.

    -CE
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    In order to get most of your functionality,...

    In order to get most of your functionality, you'll need to type:
    export PATH="/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin"

    Most users have another directory or two in their path, but that path should get you...
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    When I first got into computer security, I...

    When I first got into computer security, I remember sendmail being the joke of the industry. Sendmail has a very spotty past in the computer security world. It's reputation then is probably...
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    I recently downloaded the newest version of...

    I recently downloaded the newest version of Mozilla and noticed their new junk mail filters. Since I'm a nerd and I like to know how things work, I found the place on the mozilla website that...
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    That's the part of this whole update situation...

    That's the part of this whole update situation that kills me. Microsoft pushes their Baseline Security tool as the end all solution for Microsoft Security, yet what did it do towards securing...
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    They could always give the source codeto the...

    They could always give the source codeto the community and we'll fix it (and dozens of other flaws). But that would be too easy. They want NT to go away so they can seel more OS's like cwk9 said.
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    You know the world is going crazy when the best...

    You know the world is going crazy when the best rapper out there is white, the best golfer is black, the French are calling the US arrogant and the Germans don't want to go to war.
    - Unknown (I...
  12. I personally think the government is worried...

    I personally think the government is worried about a lot more than crackers getting access to a few e-mail accounts. They've always got backups if some messages get deleted, but once a cracker has...
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    Before answering your main question, I want to...

    Before answering your main question, I want to point out that if you look closely at your definitions, the US has never been a true democracy. However, it certainly has been closer to a democracy in...
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    It's my understanding that RPM's contain...

    It's my understanding that RPM's contain precompiled binaries. That's why they have the i386, i586, i686, and athlon RPM's for the kernel. Most of the other rpm's, however, just say that they are for...
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    Why is it that liinux patches are so much less of...

    Why is it that liinux patches are so much less of a problem? I mean, surely they face the same issues too, but they just handle them better. Whenever I see a new patch released by RedHat, I don't...
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    I know of at least one government agency that...

    I know of at least one government agency that blackholes all of the IP ranges for the IM services. And when they start seeing new IM traffic to new IP blocks, they blackhole those too. It's pretty...
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    You might try looking in your...

    You might try looking in your Start->Programs->Startup directory to see if there is a program in there that runs at boot time. The other alternative is to do a search on google for a utility that...
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    Iptables is a great firewall. It just takes some...

    Iptables is a great firewall. It just takes some reading to get used to it. I've seen several iptables tutorials, both here and on the internet at large. You can actually create a very basic firewall...
  19. Well, if you notice, the domain names (gulli.com...

    Well, if you notice, the domain names (gulli.com and disgraced.org) are perfectly legal. What makes them unique in the whois listing is the individual hostnames within the gulli.com domain and...
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