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    National Vulnerability Database RSS feed

    Howdy.

    noticed on the main page, that the National Vulnerability Database RSS feed, isn't working.
    either they ran outta story's or the feed is broken?

    anyhow loaded the main page up under ie, firefox. But it's still givin the same error.
    Last edited by acidtone; April 5th, 2007 at 05:49 AM.

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    It works on my computer... yours must just be broken. I would suggest reformatting... that should take care of the problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by westin
    It works on my computer... yours must just be broken. I would suggest reformatting... that should take care of the problem
    It was broken earlier on today. I have also noticed that it's seemed to off fixed itself.

    and as far as the reformatting goes, nah i'm right i did that the other day when microshaft decided that my copy was a pirated copy..

    it's all better now, nothing that a wonder into the local computer shop with a notepad and pen couldn't fix. lol

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    it's all better now, nothing that a wonder into the local computer shop with a notepad and pen couldn't fix. lol
    That is hilarious... you gotta do what you gotta do *L*
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    Quote Originally Posted by westin
    That is hilarious... you gotta do what you gotta do *L*
    Well my original installed version was legit, paid for so it wasn't pirated.
    I had apparently changed to many hardware items to many times, thus windows decided to tell the boogeyman that i was a pirate. Aarrgh. lol

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    Acid~ you are a vile and filthy pirate............... I am ashamed to call you a friend.............

    You mean you spent all that money on hardware and didn't even send Mr. William Gates III a gift voucher? (Maybe he has enough Gucci handbags, but he might at least put a pair of tights over his head whilst he is ripping us off?)

    Ack! phttt! as Bill the Cat would say...........................

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    As long as you did this to one of these, the least of my little ones............you did it unto Me.
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