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    Alaedin, typically speaking, in order to attack a...

    Alaedin, typically speaking, in order to attack a host over a network, one has to exploit a vulnerability in a service(ie. web, mail, DNS, quake, whatever). What a remote access trojan does,...
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    I've had that as my desktop 1 wallpaper on KDE...

    I've had that as my desktop 1 wallpaper on KDE for a few months now :)
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    You are not your body. You are not your mind. You...

    You are not your body. You are not your mind. You have always been here. You will always be here. The 1st law of thermodynamics states that, basically, nothing can actually be created or destroyed,...
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    Owned by root and root being logged on are 2...

    Owned by root and root being logged on are 2 diiferent animals. A portscan wont tell who who's there. Some IRC clients might assign you a nick of the curent user name, that's one reason you don't use...
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    Have you ever used nmap?

    Have you ever used nmap?
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    Why? It's s'kiddie crap.

    Why? It's s'kiddie crap.
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    The Linux distros Tyger mentioned are a good way...

    The Linux distros Tyger mentioned are a good way to get your feet wet. There is enough hand-holding available there to help you get started. Starting off with a dual boot is a good way to make sure...
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    What's your experience level? What do you plan to...

    What's your experience level? What do you plan to use the box for?
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    If it's some NT based version of windows(ie. XP...

    If it's some NT based version of windows(ie. XP or 2K) thats defying you, try this here:
    http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/bootdisk.html

    If it's the BIOS, pop the battery. If it's something...
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    1984 18 years too late. Let's get on schedule...

    1984 18 years too late. Let's get on schedule guys, sheesh.........
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    Do a google search for DHCP my friend. You'll get...

    Do a google search for DHCP my friend. You'll get the idea.
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    I have a friend who has certain strange rash on...

    I have a friend who has certain strange rash on his private parts. What advice do you, the computer security gurus of Antionline, have for me, um, I mean my friend????
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    Folding@Home!!!!!!!

    Just wanted to remind everyone that we(AO) have had a folding@home team since August and that we can use all the help we can get there. We have 842 work units done and are in 442nd place. We'd...
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    Haha finally a thread about Bonsai Kittens....

    Haha finally a thread about Bonsai Kittens. Anyone who can't tell this is a joke should put their hockey helmet back on and return to banging their head against the wall and drooling.....
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    And this has what to do with forensics software?...

    And this has what to do with forensics software? Packet sniffing and utilizing forensic tools are two totally seperate things. I don't think ANYONE has a moral or legal issue with people using...
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    Thanks mrleachy, I appreciate the advice! :)

    Thanks mrleachy, I appreciate the advice! :)
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    Must be a problem with mail services which...

    Must be a problem with mail services which utilize reverse nslookup. What's you network like? Is it NATed?
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    You've gotten Enlightenment to work WITHOUT X...

    You've gotten Enlightenment to work WITHOUT X starting?? I'm deeply, deeply confused.......
    Do you have all the error messages??
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    Unfortunately, you need a mac running PPC Linux...

    Unfortunately, you need a mac running PPC Linux to run this. to run Mac OS on x86(Linux OR Windows) try basilisk II:
    http://www.uni-mainz.de/~bauec002/B2Main.html
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    OK I'm looking to do a little development, and...

    OK I'm looking to do a little development, and maybe playing with some 3D rendering and other graphic design. I also want something reasonably fast for general workstation use and networking....
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    Poll: If the box isn't a router, not much. Incidentally...

    If the box isn't a router, not much. Incidentally this is the WRONG forum to post this, and what the hell is that poll about? Read the FAQs please, I expect you're gonna get crap-load of negs for...
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    Shopping for an SGI

    Hey y'all I'm in the market for a used SGI machine, probably either an Octane or a reasonably buff O2. Something that'll run the newer versions of IRIX. I'm not looking to spend all that much money,...
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    I'm glad you brought this up roswell. For me it...

    I'm glad you brought this up roswell. For me it literally seems completely random. I'd love a concise explanation.
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    Sure there is kisscool. Just register a user a...

    Sure there is kisscool. Just register a user a username of www. Then you'd get www.antionline.org, theoretically :)
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    Tampabay, you can run gcc(the premiere FREE *nix...

    Tampabay, you can run gcc(the premiere FREE *nix compiler suite) on Windows using Cygwin:
    www.cygwin.com
    This will allow you to build all sorts of GNU type stuff, as well as your own stuff.
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