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    Sounds like were getting close. Holographic...

    Sounds like were getting close. Holographic storage always seems to be one of those just over that next hill technologies.
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    Could be some shell extensions misbehaving. You...

    Could be some shell extensions misbehaving. You can try using ShellExView to disable some of the extra context menu handlers.
    http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html
  3. Maybe they can sort out the naming convention for...

    Maybe they can sort out the naming convention for the cards to while their at it. Computer parts have always been horrible for naming conventions but Nvidia has to be one of the worse. Release 20...
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    Hopefully will get to see the mac and linux...

    Hopefully will get to see the mac and linux versions soon.
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    The patch was never intended to fix these issue...

    The patch was never intended to fix these issue just make it a lot more time consuming to pull off. What this article fails to mention is that this was done over a Gigabit Ethernet connection. So you...
  6. Thread: XP SP3

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    Put sp3 on about 15 systems so far. Installed it...

    Put sp3 on about 15 systems so far. Installed it on one system they day it came out and it became unstable with the odd blue screen. I've since forgotten the error message. So I left the others for...
  7. Thread: GUIDANCE

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    Python might be worth considering. I'm not a...

    Python might be worth considering. I'm not a programmer at heart and code very infrequently. I find pythons great for getting a program to do what I want with the least amount of code/time.

    Few...
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    Tons of embedded systems still happily running...

    Tons of embedded systems still happily running DOS out there for this very reason. OS does next to nothing and the app its running does most of the heavy lifting.
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    Two more free tools to add to the list ...

    Two more free tools to add to the list
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/wnrtool/
    http://www.tools4ever.com/products/free/freeping/

    A ISP I use to work for used a program called whatsup. A little...
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    Nvidia makes a chipset that uses Activearmor....

    Nvidia makes a chipset that uses Activearmor. Hardware firewall built into the on board nic. Not sure if something like that exist for notebooks or wireless cards though....
  11. Thread: freebsd newbie

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    Both good suggestions but still no luck. Think...

    Both good suggestions but still no luck. Think Iíll try reinstalling from the ports collection when I have a moment.
  12. Thread: freebsd newbie

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    freebsd newbie

    I had an unused computer lying around so I decided to try freebsd. Everything is working great except for one small problem I have yet to solve. Apache will not start on boot. If I go to...
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    In my opinion sygate is a better product but...

    In my opinion sygate is a better product but donít let that stop you from trying something new. Install zone alarm and if it sucks just go back to sygate. Heck youíre probably going to encounter Zone...
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    Anyone ever tried Protector System?...

    Anyone ever tried Protector System?
    http://protector.warcenter.se

    It claims to protect PHPNuke against a range of attacks.
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    Here is a link that sheds a little more light on...

    Here is a link that sheds a little more light on the situation. http://arstechnica.com/news/posts/1084683212.html
    Now with out a significant portion of the code or an official statement from Cisco...
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    These the two files youíre referring to?
    http://www.securitylab.ru/45221.html
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    Yahoo also has an article thatís high in bs but low on details.
    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=562&e=8&u=/ap/20040420/ap_on_hi_te/internet_threat
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    First person shooter in 96kb

    Thats right a first person shooter in 96kb.
    http://theprodukkt.com/

    The system requirements are a little beefy but still very impressive for 90kb

    - A 1.5GHz Pentium3/Athlon or faster.
    - 512MB...
  19. Thread: Phatbot [P2P]

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    So is this to dethrone sub7 as de facto script...

    So is this to dethrone sub7 as de facto script kiddie tool?
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    MS04-009 looks like yet another reason to hate...

    MS04-009 looks like yet another reason to hate Outlook.
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    I am a little conflicted with this one. I would...

    I am a little conflicted with this one. I would much prefer if it were an add-on and not built since Iíll most likely end up using a more fully featured product anyways. Not to mention that itís...
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    Service pack2 built-in virus scanner

    Service pack2 built-in virus scanner



    http://slashdot.org/articles/04/02/24/2134233.shtml

    Lets hope it works a little better then the one that came with windows 3.1
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    You might also want to check out kf sensor...

    You might also want to check out kf sensor
    http://www.keyfocus.net/kfsensor/
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    Thats nuts. Seems like I just installed redhat...

    Thats nuts. Seems like I just installed redhat 7.3. Sounds ancient compared to 9 but it came out after XP and Microsoft is still supporting that.
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    Think I'll stick with firebird until microsoft...

    Think I'll stick with firebird until microsoft decides to stop sitting on security flaws for six months.
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