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    Just a Virtualized Geek MrLinus's Avatar
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    Talking Are you a security wizard?

    Ok. Cute survey but the questions are certainly food for thought for those that are "new" or strictly home-security types: http://www.agnitum.com/vote/stquiz/start.php

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    Well, it seems if you don't allow cookies, you can't get passed the first 2 questions.

    I don't know if that means I know what I'm doing ??
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    That's typical of online quizzes.

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    I don't like their definition of a hacker!

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    quick run through, 18 / 30
    me is a Warlock

    you need to get the answers though, to help you improve .........
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    Im right with you Foxyloxley, 18 it is.

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    I got as far as:

    A software firewall is designed to:

    But the correct answer "Give the home user a false sense of security" was not listed.

    Being one of those on line quiz things, I gave it its due and went to the next question.

    The term “hacker” refers to people who:

    After reading the listed answers, it became obvious that The security experts at Agnitum are a bunch of nit wits, Blooming idiots, Dumb asses, Morons even!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinowuff
    I got as far as:
    The term “hacker” refers to people who:

    After reading the listed answers, it became obvious that The security experts at Agnitum are a bunch of nit wits, Blooming idiots, Dumb asses, Morons even!
    HOWLARIOUS MAN!

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    20/30 I knew the correct answer for one that I got wrong, but instead I selected the one that I actually do in practice, which is just delete e-mails with attachments, no matter who they're from. All those videos and PowerPoint presentations are usually inane and not worth the effort.

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    sending exes is just wrong...

    and saying its ok if its scanned is just wrong too

    I got it wrong cause I do the same thing...

    delete.....if it gets through the filters

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