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Apr
25
awarded  Caucus
Apr
24
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
3
comment I accidentally typed password into bash command line
@kojiro what would be the benefit of shredding, considering he is typing that password in that computer anyway? If the computer was compromised, there would be better ways to grab the password.
Mar
25
comment Is it really possible for most enthusiasts to crack people's Wi-Fi networks?
@clabacchio shutting down the network entirely would also make it more "secure". Would users be happy with that?
Feb
22
comment Is there some file browser that uses low level functions to browse hard disk?
Pointless: once your system has been compromised at such a low level, the only sane solution is formatting it.
Jan
21
comment Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
-1 link-only answer (links aren't broken now, but could break in future)
Jan
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
13
awarded  Famous Question
Jan
6
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
9
awarded  Civic Duty
Dec
9
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
8
comment Windows 8.1 randomly shuts self down
Is this the same behaviour that happens if you hit the power button?
Dec
8
comment Why does copy.come uses A LOT of CPU?
But as I said, it did it spontaneously, not after I put some new file in the folder.
Dec
7
revised Why does copy.come uses A LOT of CPU?
+link
Dec
7
comment Why does copy.come uses A LOT of CPU?
It doesn't. It's called exactly copy.com, and it's basically a dropbox clone.
Dec
6
asked Why does copy.come uses A LOT of CPU?
Dec
4
comment InnoSetup - Install an application “just for me” so that other users cannot access the executable
I've edited-out that sentence, since it's dangerous and misleading.
Dec
4
suggested rejected edit on InnoSetup - Install an application “just for me” so that other users cannot access the executable
Dec
3
comment InnoSetup - Install an application “just for me” so that other users cannot access the executable
"If you don't want even admins executing the program, you'll have to use EFS encryption. Just go under Properties/Advanced when you right click the files." well, technically an admin can still install a malware which will steal the decription key as soon as you use it: you can never be safe unless you are in full and sole control of the device.
Nov
19
accepted How to bind a file type to be opened with command-line options?