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comment Linux Guest on VirutalBox cant access local server but can access internet
So the host Windows machine can get to all services on your firm's servers that you need but it's the VM on that Windows machine that can't get to those servers?
Nov
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revised Linux Guest on VirutalBox cant access local server but can access internet
Fixed typo of "sides" to "sites"
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answered Linux Guest on VirutalBox cant access local server but can access internet
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answered Wanting to open more than one instance WITHOUT shift
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comment Wanting to open more than one instance WITHOUT shift
Could you edit your question to reflect what you want to do?
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comment Wanting to open more than one instance WITHOUT shift
What are you attempting to achieve by opening a second, completely separate instance?
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comment Wanting to open more than one instance WITHOUT shift
Do you want to open up a completely seperate instance of Chrome or just open a new window? One is considerably easier than another.
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comment Time randomly changing itself, internet randomly dying
@Ramhound, seconded. That looks like a hardware problem to me.
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revised Bypassing keyloggers - virtual keyboard
Updated to include answers to edits to the question.
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comment Bypassing keyloggers - virtual keyboard
Well, there's this one back in 2005. softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/windows-xp/… The user points to being told that he was "rooted". I wasn't able to find any other instances. Heh, I figured that 'rooted' was what you called compromising an operating system and installing a rootkit.
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comment Bypassing keyloggers - virtual keyboard
Android isn't the only place where the term "rooted" is prevalent. The term comes from the *nix world where if you're the 'root' user, you're God on that machine. Hence a rootkit is malware that gives you root access to a machine. The term is generalized across Windows, Mac and *nix. A compromised machine is said to be "rooted".
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answered Bypassing keyloggers - virtual keyboard
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comment SSHing to remote linux server over site-to-site vpn disconnects when running commands with lots of output
Is this a high latency situation? Is there a threshold that determines whether the session times out or keeps going? You could make a series of files with a certain amount of text in it then 'cat' those files to see what the threshold is.
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answered Why is Windows 7 much slower than XP on the same machine? Can it be adjusted to be just as fast?