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  1. I would also like to recogmend "The Art of...

    I would also like to recogmend "The Art of Deception" by Kevin Mitnick...this book is the Bible of social engineering. Mitnick goes indepth on a number of social engineering exploits and also gives...
  2. If you want a good pool of information go to...

    If you want a good pool of information go to amazon.com and order "The Art of Deception" by Kevin D. Mitnick. If you don't know who Mitnick is, I'd recogmend researching him before you order the book...
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    This is a prime example of someone targeting...

    This is a prime example of someone targeting massive numbers of email users in hopes of finding some one who is a newbie, or totally gullable, in order to steal thier credit information...and the sad...
  4. Props to the US government for finally realizing...

    Props to the US government for finally realizing what a problem internet crime is becoming. I still don't think that the laws defining cyber crime are clear enough to enforce these tougher sentences,...
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    Those who do not learn from histroy are doomed to repeat it.
    ~George Santayana
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    This is an excellent example of how hacking,...

    This is an excellent example of how hacking, though they hackers may consider what they are doing as harmless, has consequences and the hackers will eventually be brought to justice. I don't feel bad...
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    Drink: Hot Tea...2 spoonfulls of sugar, 1 honey ...

    Drink: Hot Tea...2 spoonfulls of sugar, 1 honey

    Anything loaded with caffiene to support my horrible sleeping habits, or lack of.
  8. I definately have to agree with this statement....

    I definately have to agree with this statement. Linux is not an 'average' user OS, it is for people who have a much deeper understanding of the operating system and how it functions. 60% of Windows...
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    I think I have to agree with nihil, you should...

    I think I have to agree with nihil, you should present your problem to Norton and see what they have to say, perhaps they have patch or a fix for it. Good luck.
  10. To tell you the truth I am no Microsoft advocate,...

    To tell you the truth I am no Microsoft advocate, but I will never rule any operating system. I like many of Linux's feature and I also like some of Windows features.
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    In my opinion, any operating system can be 'most...

    In my opinion, any operating system can be 'most secure', it all depends on the person setting up the system, and how much care they take into what they are doing. A year ago I probably would have...
  12. Good point, there are many people who program the...

    Good point, there are many people who program the Linux OS, which probably does help in the maintenance of the OS, I just think that Windows is so much less respected in underground that it naturally...
  13. FAT32 will waste alot of your disk space as well....

    FAT32 will waste alot of your disk space as well. I'd don't remember the exact number or formula for figuring it out, but I know it has high overhead because of the way it formats the drive.
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    I'm afraid I'll have to disagree...I would...

    I'm afraid I'll have to disagree...I would upgrade the memory to 128 MB as well as upgrade your harddrive. Make sure you shop around to get the best deal on both.

    Here's some people I deal with:
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  15. I feel the reason that Linux viruses are not as...

    I feel the reason that Linux viruses are not as common as Windows viruses because hackers and viri creators get more pleasure out of maliciously destroying Windows machines. Windows also makes up...
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    Malefactoris vester ante accedo

    Greetings and salutations...I am Arcanus Aegis.

    I have studied many aspects of the computer, but I claim to be a master in none. I would call myself a disciple of the machine...our fates have...
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    Another addition: UDP, being broadcasted, does...

    Another addition:

    UDP, being broadcasted, does not pass through routers since routers do not pass broadcast traffic. This is why UDP will only be found small, internal networks, and TCP, even with...
  18. We as free people of the United States of America...

    We as free people of the United States of America and decendents of the founding fathers of this nation must protect our freedoms from our government's ever growing desire to control all aspects of...
  19. Hm, nothing mentioned by Microsoft on how...

    Hm, nothing mentioned by Microsoft on how Longhorn is going to handle security? Data encryption? I just thought that security was becoming MS's 'big thing'...fascinating how this article doesn't...
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    I agree...very good article for those running...

    I agree...very good article for those running Windows XP. A definate must read.
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    I'm gonna have to agree with gore on this one....

    I'm gonna have to agree with gore on this one. I'd say thiere's a 99.5% chance this is an outage or service issue. Did you walk over to your tv to see if your cable television still worked?
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