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  1. Thread: Vmware

    by Algaen
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    I've always used NAT as it seperates the virtual...

    I've always used NAT as it seperates the virtual machine from the network you are connected to. If you are farmiliar with network at all, NAT is what a lot of private networks use. It's also how...
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    I wouldn't take any advice as an insult. I am...

    I wouldn't take any advice as an insult. I am doing this for two reasons:
    1. Have a safe place to store important files
    2. To learn to build a complete, secure system.

    If you think there is...
  3. Thread: LOG FILES

    by Algaen
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    I've never really played around with the event...

    I've never really played around with the event log much. I know it does store some information, like if there is a duplicate network name. But it is most technical, behind-the-scenes stuff. It...
  4. Integrating Location Awareness with a Wireless Network

    After 5 years I have finally finished my comptuer science degree. One of the requirements of my Honours was to do a senior thesis. I figuered I shoud make it available for anyone that is...
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    Reuqesting some input

    Hello,
    It's been a long time since I've logged onto AO but I was just ridiculously busy with my last year of school. I am now an honours computer science graduate! I am working at a company...
  6. Thread: LOG FILES

    by Algaen
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    Windows stores a lot of information in the Event...

    Windows stores a lot of information in the Event Log. Check out the event viewer in Control Panel/Administrative Tools. There are System and Application messages there. Also check out the program...
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    I took an intro course last semester on computer...

    I took an intro course last semester on computer security (the encryption part of it). We covered:
    RSA (based on not being able to factor large (200 digit) numbers into two primes)
    Public-key...
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    Apache has a module that does RADIUS...

    Apache has a module that does RADIUS authentication, although it is typically used for website authentication. I'm sure it could be adapted to your needs though. Why wouldn't you just use the built...
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    This situation seems pretty childish to me. I...

    This situation seems pretty childish to me. I think you just need to work things out with your roommate. Yes he may have started it, but you retaliated by blocking a bunch of ports. Why didn't you...
  10. Thread: Show your stuff

    by Algaen
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    I'm crusin'. I connect trhough ResNet at the...

    I'm crusin'. I connect trhough ResNet at the University of New Brunswick. htttp://www.unb.ca I've seen downloads hit 2.5 MB/s from sites like ATI. If only we weren't limited in the amount of data...
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    What are you trying to do? Launch a browser? A...

    What are you trying to do? Launch a browser? A little context might help.
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    Hey phil, I hate to be a jerk and just say use...

    Hey phil,
    I hate to be a jerk and just say use Google, but I honestly knew nothing about the .htaccess file until like 10 minutes ago. I read some stuff on the first google link. (check out...
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    You say you are running Zone Alarm 4.0. Is that...

    You say you are running Zone Alarm 4.0. Is that the free version? If so, I know the free version is up to version 5 now so you may want to upgrade as there are probably a number of bug fixes in...
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    The constructor in Connect is not being...

    The constructor in Connect is not being explicitly called by DataConnect, so it is being called by default (and no parameters are being passed to it. Connect's constructor though requires an integer...
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    Another easy Windows way is to go to your Device...

    Another easy Windows way is to go to your Device Manager (under System in Control Panel) and look at the properties for your network adapter. Under the Advanced tab you can set a value for the...
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    An executable installer is generated by NSIS,...

    An executable installer is generated by NSIS, just like the WinAmp installer, so I'd say whatever power your users have with installing (i.e. Can they install new software) would be very similar to...
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    Going back to School

    With the school year soon to be starting up, I am sure I am not the only one that is worried about protecting the campus network when 1500 students show up in early September ready to get onto...
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    You know it's funny. I've been trying to set up...

    You know it's funny. I've been trying to set up a simlar system over the past few weeks. We want to make sure students registering for ResNet have their Windows 2000 and XP machines patched before...
  19. Thread: Find Music

    by Algaen
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    I had a co-op work term at the National Research...

    I had a co-op work term at the National Research Council of Canada and one of the things that they were working on was collaborative filtering (excatly what the site suggested by valhallen does to...
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    Notice how we don't really hear about Osama any...

    Notice how we don't really hear about Osama any more and he was W's first big anti-terrorism target? Does anyone think the government may happen to "capture" him just days before the election to...
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    I've posted a few screenshots before but they...

    I've posted a few screenshots before but they have always been my home Windows 2000 machine. I guess this is as good a time as any to post my work machine's desktop. I'm running Fedora Core 2 and...
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    I've noticed 2600 magazine has had lots of...

    I've noticed 2600 magazine has had lots of articles on cell phone reprogramming as of late. If you look at http://www.2600.com you can look at the indices of past issues and see which phone...
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    VBScript Registry Question

    This is a coding question, not actually code to review, but I thought this was the best place to ask. Obviously VBScript can be used to manipulate the Windows Registry using RegRead, RegWrite and...
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    Most people have a random IP assigned to them by...

    Most people have a random IP assigned to them by the ISP each time they connect to the internet. These IPs are taken from a large block the ISP owns.
    If you were to use the DOS command tracert...
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    Most web-hosts that aren't secure won't stick...

    Most web-hosts that aren't secure won't stick around too long. Look for a host that has been up and running for a long time and chances are you won't have any security problems. I would recommend...
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