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    Windows can be pretty stable, maybe not as stable...

    Windows can be pretty stable, maybe not as stable as a few linux/BSD distributions, but its not that bad. As long as you keep virus software up to date, patch up the system, and don't look at...
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    The application hijacking could be something big...

    The application hijacking could be something big to nothing.
    www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/wmiprvse.exe.html

    This explains a little more about the file and if you scroll down to the...
  3. Thread: DELL + spyware

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    I just got my dell 700m laptop and wow. I don't...

    I just got my dell 700m laptop and wow. I don't know about spyware, but it comes with a ton of junk. Going to do a clean OS install on it.
  4. As much as I don't like microsoft, this argument...

    As much as I don't like microsoft, this argument is strange. For one, you talk about the email services, but you know outlook isn't the only email service that gets exploited by worm writers.

    Also...
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    I will try to throw out a few things because I...

    I will try to throw out a few things because I don't know the specifics of them problem.

    It would help to know a few things, like the other OS's on the LAN, or if your just trying to connect to a...
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    My knowledge in linux is slowly coming back, but...

    My knowledge in linux is slowly coming back, but is this interpretation correct?

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    Does a who command to see who is all on the system.

    wget geocities.com/cretu_2004/john-1.6.tar.gz;tar zxvf ...
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    The original post seems to me like he thinks...

    The original post seems to me like he thinks building security from the base up is better because if something breaks along the way you know exactly what did it and fix it. The default security just...
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    Poll: IMO I would say the attacker. They both take...

    IMO I would say the attacker. They both take skill, but attackers usually have more expertise. What I mean by that is a system administrator might be a specialist in locking down a windows server,...
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    Well I guess I can give a little opinion on the...

    Well I guess I can give a little opinion on the game servers and port forwarding. I have a slackware box running SSH as a small private wargame on my network. From what I understand you want 3 game...
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    The monitor burning out may work as I don't know...

    The monitor burning out may work as I don't know about the brand new monitors, but the old ones don't have any protection that I know of. The fan thing probably wouldn't work because all motherboards...
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    I have known about this for a LONG time. We...

    I have known about this for a LONG time. We messed around and printed funny messages to other school districts. Yeah when you hold down ctrl and C...or Ctrl then the apple key as we called it and C...
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    It's about the same for any programming language....

    It's about the same for any programming language. A virus written to infect windows probably will not affect linux. The filesystems are different and if a virus affects a regular user in linux it...
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    I believe you said she had someone work on the...

    I believe you said she had someone work on the computer(as in physically). If you can determine what program it is and find the software you can probably determine the date of the installation and...
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