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    One last thing which you might use to support...

    One last thing which you might use to support your argument Pie, new gov. regulations.

    Now I work for a Financial Institute and we are bound by the Graham Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) which has imposed...
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    I am going to say a couple of things. First,...

    I am going to say a couple of things.

    First, all those posting, there is still the possibility that this is a Social Engineering attempt to get information from us on how to hack/crack a server...
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    SickyouIT: Good point about the vehicles, this...

    SickyouIT: Good point about the vehicles, this would rate as a movie faux pas IMO. Not a big deal but a fun bit of trivia to look for next time I watch it (of course I also read the nitpickers...
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    FLAME ON Oh Sectac you are so close to Matrix...

    FLAME ON

    Oh Sectac you are so close to Matrix Heresy. My jaw dropped, my eyes glazed over, and I had to count to 100 when I read your post. How dare you call that hottie a script kiddie. It...
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    Here is my suggestion: Report it to your local...

    Here is my suggestion:

    Report it to your local Homeland Security Expert. Mention that the IP Header looked like it had originated from a small village on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan...
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    The indexing service can, and is meant to, be...

    The indexing service can, and is meant to, be accessed by other programs. A number of canned web-site programs (including the one my company uses for their intranet) use the indexing services to...
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    To Networker: Routers do not only work with...

    To Networker:

    Routers do not only work with serial/ppp connections. Modern routers work with all types of connections, protocols, and connection types. Even the older serial routers could have...
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    Thanks for the compliment Phirephreak. No I...

    Thanks for the compliment Phirephreak. No I don't make a living doing papers for people although I must admit I did help write some for my wife when she took English at our local community college....
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    You guys shame me. I watched the movie and...

    You guys shame me. I watched the movie and enjoyed it immensely but didn't catch the NMAP reference. I need to watch the movie again though, was she hacking from within the same intranet or...
  10. Big Deal

    Everyone knows that data is collected off of major websites. When you buy something it is maintained in a database. Whether you buy it off line or on. If you rent from Hollywood Video they keep...
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    I have been following this debate with some...

    I have been following this debate with some interest. Indeed I have interjected thoughts before including a history lesson on the use of atomic weapons in WWII and the use of chemical biological...
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    There are similar laws in America. A police...

    There are similar laws in America. A police officer is considered to be harassing you if he follows you for an inordinate period of time without a reason. This allows for tailing if you are a...
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    I would have to say that I find Moby Duck's...

    I would have to say that I find Moby Duck's arguments to be very clear, well thought out, and while some minor statements may be taken as inflammatory they are probably correct. I would be happier...
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    In doing a search on google this seems to be a...

    In doing a search on google this seems to be a "Hollywood" reference to a cracking disk. A number of game crackers call their disks "red disks" and the term is used in a few on-line sci-fi, computer...
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    Well my big Online/RL faux pas came about when I...

    Well my big Online/RL faux pas came about when I was talking with my wife about someone who was not high on my respected list. Finally I blurted out "I can't help it, he's a walking AFK." Took...
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    /* Warning this post is tongue in cheek to bring...

    /* Warning this post is tongue in cheek to bring some levity to this thread. Take seriously at your own risk /*

    I believe the US is probably making a mistake attacking Iraq. I believe the true...
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    I hope this discussion continues in the line of...

    I hope this discussion continues in the line of some of the more recent posts and the back and forth in your face posts diminish.

    I agree that McVeigh's statements hold some truth but they also...
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    Just wanted to stick my nose in a bit. As...

    Just wanted to stick my nose in a bit. As stated before there are two (or more) Satanisms. Anton Levay's is a rejection of the entire basis of Judeo/Christianity and only uses the Satan figure...
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    The pic was funny, the test was too. I got 13...

    The pic was funny, the test was too. I got 13 out of 14 too but guessed on a couple. Two strange things, the similarity between close ups of two disparate body parts and someone with the time and...
  20. Thread: Duct tape

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    I have to agree with Englishgirl1 here. Let's...

    I have to agree with Englishgirl1 here. Let's go through a few if then else statements (hey we're all computer literate right).

    If (Terrorists use Chemical/biological warfare &&...
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    Well AciDriveHB, too bad they couldn't keep you...

    Well AciDriveHB, too bad they couldn't keep you off the path to the darkside :D But we like you anyway. I certainly took no offense at anything you have said. I agree that the school should use...
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    Tedob1, you and I are in complete agreement that...

    Tedob1, you and I are in complete agreement that the blame lies squarely on the boy. He cheated, he deserves punishment. My only comment here was that things were being taken too far in my...
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    Crime and Punishment

    Today I went to this article from the Drudge report website. At first I read it with some amusement then a bit of trepidation and finally anger.
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    Just a quick note. After reading some of the...

    Just a quick note. After reading some of the responses I would apologize if I was too stodgy or harsh in my earlier reply. I stand by what I said but I do want to be clear that I was not offended...
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    Sharky you are 100% correct IMO. It is up to...

    Sharky you are 100% correct IMO. It is up to the courts to decide the severity and penalty of those possessing these images and just because the internet has made them easier to get does not change...
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