nick84

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  1. No further backdoors were found in the files, therefore they have been restored. Post here if you see any broken image tags.
  2. StankDawg has asked me to mention that the site is now being transitioned away from him and over to a new team and that he will no longer by running things.
  3. Use the "I've forgotten my password" feature to reset it.
  4. Binrev was hacked this morning (for further details see http://binrevstatus.blogspot.com/2009/07/we-got-0wned.html ) A backup from the 24th July has been restored. Unfortunately any posts from the 24th-29th have been lost. You will need to use the "I've forgotten my password" feature to reset your account password. In the process of restoring the forum files a backdoor was discovered, therefore a decision was taken to only restore the database. This means that custom avatars, attachments, gallery images will not show up until we have had a chance to review them for further backdoors. If you see any non file related issues with the forums (missing posts from before 24th etc) post here. Edit by Ohm: If you have any troubles resetting your password, you can email me at infinite.ohm@gmail.com.
  5. TSOK now seems to be called sok-media. Defcon recording are available from http://www.twosense.com:16080/DEFCON08/
  6. I am uploading stream rips to http://umap.binrev.com/archives/misc/thelasthope_radio/
  7. Looks like they shut down more than the buy page - whole site seems to be down.
  8. Has anyone used the BT Web21C SDK? I only just discovered it - apparently allows you to do stuff like setup conference calls, start calls between regular phone lines / SIP endpoints, and has a VXML type service. http://web21c.bt.com/services
  9. In my experience the GPS antenna needs a relatively unobstructed view of the sky to work - however that is slightly odd since apparently the SiRFstarIII chipset (which it uses) is meant to be one of the better ones. Perhaps a different antenna would perform better, e.g. under a car. According to wikipedia:
  10. The only reason?
  11. If anyone wishes to digg this article you can do so here: http://digg.com/programming/RFID_Enabling_..._13_5MHz_RW_210
  12. I have another possible use: To beat speeding tickets. Apparently in the UK (according to this article on the BBC News website) speed cameras use the radio time signal. I am not sure how frequently the cameras check their time, but if it is real time you could drive around broadcasting some date / time years in the future, and likely be able to get the ticket invalidated for having an obviously incorrect date / time.
  13. The pubdate was being changed when a show was edited, therefore it was actually showing the created date initially, then the date of subsequent modifications. From what I can see the pubdate per item is meant to be when the item was first "published" http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss#ltpu...ementOfLtitemgt not when it was modified. Therefore I have now changed the feed code so that pubdate is set when a new show is added, and then not changed when a show is modified.
  14. As droops mentioned, I tested it a few days ago and it seemed to be working fine. The server did change IP's - do you have any whitelists setup etc which it needs to be re-added to? Also which subscription option are you using - Delayed / Immediate / Daily / Weekly?
  15. Not quite all - seems to be missing the same ones that are also missing from the ccc's ftp.