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    Poll: I don't have any sensitive data stored...

    I don't have any sensitive data stored electronically apart from passwords which are encrypted by KDE-Wallet and what-ever-the-hell-firefox-uses-to-keep-passwords, neither of which are very good I...
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    I finally managed to use uudecode, which took a...

    I finally managed to use uudecode, which took a while because nothing I found told me that I had to install "sharutils" and it worked just fine.

    It wasn't any kind of malware, it was statistics...
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    A very good point. I have no idea whatsoever. ...

    A very good point. I have no idea whatsoever.

    For those of you who understand these things, the text currently looks like this:

    begin 666 ResponseT7486 7.doc...
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    Recovering a word document.

    I received an e-mail, the content of which I believe to be a Microsoft word document that wound up as plain text, it is completely illegible.
    Is there some tool that can help me turn this back into...
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    Specific in its target? Doesn't Office XP ship...

    Specific in its target? Doesn't Office XP ship with Windows XP? I'm fairly sure it would cover a fairly large demographic.
    Of course the point here, is just yet another reason not to open...
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    OSX is clearly not Unix, it is a particular...

    OSX is clearly not Unix, it is a particular distribution of FreeBSD, Unix-like.
    I still don't completely follow as to why anybody gives a damn, is anyone making you use either system? No. Stop...
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    The links that don't go anywhere are enough to...

    The links that don't go anywhere are enough to convince me that it is far from legit.
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    No fat eh? In Scotland? I don't think that...

    No fat eh? In Scotland? I don't think that deep-fried-mars-bars are fatty as such but if you're on a diet then they are perhaps the worst thing ever.
    Well I assume that you've already had a good...
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    You could go for white pudding, I'm not sure what...

    You could go for white pudding, I'm not sure what it is, but there's no blood in it.
  10. War Games has to be one of the most fantastic...

    War Games has to be one of the most fantastic films in the world ever.

    "David, computers don't call people!"... "Yours did".
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    Those are really the most completely ordinary...

    Those are really the most completely ordinary foodstuffs ever. You might want to try haggis, but be aware that it really isn't all that interesting when it comes down to it.
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    I suppose the weather might have cleared up by...

    I suppose the weather might have cleared up by June, your plane might just land. Where are you visiting in Scotland? You can't really visit the whole place, its rather big.

    A general tip: on the...
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    Assuming that a good algorithm is used to encrypt...

    Assuming that a good algorithm is used to encrypt D against K, which you haven't specified.
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    Boiled down, the message is behind two locked...

    Boiled down, the message is behind two locked doors, the first door is decrypting D and once you've done that, you've got enough information to open the next door straight away.
    The weak point...
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    Assuming you mean PCI (a PC is Personal Computer...

    Assuming you mean PCI (a PC is Personal Computer whereas a PCI is a Peripheral Component Interconnect) then sort of yes, assuming there is physical room for the card.
    I've never heard of USB...
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    Does the original poster mean "brake" as in what...

    Does the original poster mean "brake" as in what the pedal that isn't the accelerator does or "break" as in what fix doesn't mean?

    In the first case I'd be inclined to disagree, the tubes make the...
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    I can't tell from the original post if this is a...

    I can't tell from the original post if this is a home computer or an office computer, either way it sounds like a childish prank rather than a malicious attack and that may explain the complete lack...
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    Ah well, I guess another card or something might...

    Ah well, I guess another card or something might wind up on my wish list then.
    Thanks anyway :)
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    I wasn't, I was just assuming that if someone had...

    I wasn't, I was just assuming that if someone had already compromised my system that far, they wouldn't need my password. But I guess I was wrong...I guess that's what I wanted to know. Thanks all, I...
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    packet capture without monitor mode?

    Since my wireless card is so damn irritating, I have to use ndiswrapper. And this means I can't use monitor mode on my laptop :'( programs such as airodump are therefore useless and subsequently I...
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    How often do you come across an Intranet that is...

    How often do you come across an Intranet that is actually closed to the outside world? I'd say that practically every situation will sometimes need a connection to the Internet, even if it's not...
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    Should I care if "John" finds my password.

    Still learning to use Linux, just for a laugh I tried the John program on /etc/shadow and in 41 seconds it showed my password on the screen. So for a moment I thought "OMG My Passord Is Teh Suxxor"...
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    Though I don't know much about the topic at hand...

    Though I don't know much about the topic at hand here, I'm sure you'd be likely to get more help if you told us more about your system e.g. what wireless card are you using et cetera?
  24. I'm pretty sure if it's response to an offer,...

    I'm pretty sure if it's response to an offer, it's not Black Hatted In order to do so could mean buying the damn thing, and possibly a computer to run it.
  25. If they were to boot from a live CD then they'd...

    If they were to boot from a live CD then they'd need some writable media to put the stolen infomation on, a floppy for instance. If the thief had to leave in a hurry they might be careless enough to...
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