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  1. Wiretapped has a good directory of dictionary files here: http://www.mirrors.wiretapped.net/security...ence/wordlists/ ps-she looks like a nice girl!
  2. Cxi -- The MPAA is the main force (lobby group) behind the legislation. They see that the DMCA is not enough (well, in their view) and have decided to take their fight to individual states. They are working very hard, behind the scenes, to get additional laws enacted in the state courts that will work hand-in-hand with the DMCA.
  3. The states of Massachusetts and Texas are preparing to consider bills that apparently are intended to extend the national Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Both bills would flatly ban the possession, sale, or use of technologies that conceal from a communication service provider ... the existence or place of origin or destination of any communication. This seems/could include Firewalls. YES...I did say Firewalls. Below are some links to a Princeton University Professors, Edward W. Felten, website: Initial story: http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/archives/000336.html 1st Follow up: http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/archives/000337.html 2nd Follow up: http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/archives/000338.html Now, I think its kind of silly to outlaw firewalls. In fact, its real of stupid. What might have happened is that these guys, who wrote the legislation, just don't know what a firewall does.
  4. YES!! I'll always listen to HACKERMIND.
  5. The guys on the Linux Show were talking about this knoppix review on their 11/5 show: http://www.linuxworld.com/site-stories/200.../1104.barr.html
  6. online community--Lots of stuff at this site. People post links to all kindz of stuff: music & movie downloads, pics, diaries...you name it. Its a good place to go when your bored. www.teoti.net/
  7. My last system was a K6-2/500 on an ASUS board. I needed to research their site in order to get the correct jumper settings because the settings in their user manual stopped at 400Mhz or something like that... The motherboard "should" have the model number on it somewhere. Here is a link to a page on their site with all of their socket 7 boards. They also have pics of the motherboards in the *.pdf user manuals at that page. Asus motherboards If its not an ASUS board, I would suggest looking on the board and locating anything that looks like a model number and do a Google search on that number. AND like someone said earlier...taking a pic and posting it could help. Hell, I've got nother better to do at work...I'll help you look for info on the board. Hope this helps.. TM