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    Hi all, I remember watching a UK TV...

    Hi all,

    I remember watching a UK TV documentary about 3 years ago where the evil do'ings of hackers was highlighted. If I recall correctly the members of "the cult of the dead cow" showed their...
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    Hi White_Eskimo You might find this tutorial...

    Hi White_Eskimo

    You might find this tutorial interesting, I've not used it myself but I'm currently working through the python version - its very good.

    Anyways - here's the link and I hope it...
  3. Thread: Deleting Windows

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    Thats a most interesting reply nihil, this is a a...

    Thats a most interesting reply nihil, this is a a topic that is raised most often, and I must say the answers that are given vary quite considerably.

    I've read/heard that data can be recovered...
  4. Thread: getting started

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    I'm a newbie to, and as one newbie to another I...

    I'm a newbie to, and as one newbie to another I know its difficult trying to decide on a starting point (there's just so much to learn lol).

    I agree with the other people that have replied - you...
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    Here's a good tip for learning webpage design and...

    Here's a good tip for learning webpage design and how they are put together.

    Assuming your using Internet Explorer, go to a website you like, click on the "View" tab and then "source". You can...
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    Thanks for the replies, there's a lot of...

    Thanks for the replies, there's a lot of information there to consider.

    If anything, the C++ route would appear to be the best choice even though it has the "difficult-to-lean" tag.

    Time to buy...
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    Thanks for the replies, there's a lot of...

    Thanks for the replies, there's a lot of information there to consider.

    If anything, the C++ route would appear to be the best choice even though it has the "difficult-to-lean" tag.

    Time to buy...
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    alternative flavours

    From reading through the posts on AO, it would appear that C, C++, Java are the choice of programming software for most users.

    I'd be interested to hear however, peoples comments on programmes...
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