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Mar
24
comment Why I can't see the users that I have created
What do you mean you can't see them in your local users and groups? If the are AD accounts then they are NOT local users/groups. You wouldn't see them there. AD accounts are not local accounts.
Mar
24
comment How do I remove the default program associated with an .exe in Windows 7?
If you haven't disabled System Restore, this might be a time to use it. If your last restore point wasn't that long ago anyway?
Mar
24
answered diff style comparison of directory contents against line by line contents of text file
Mar
24
comment diff style comparison of directory contents against line by line contents of text file
How was the file originally generated?
Mar
24
comment How do I tell if my Memory is ECC or Non-ECC?
Look up the motherboard manual, or the system manual for your system, and see what is required for your hardware? Use the memory suggestion tools on the various RAM vendors web sites?
Mar
24
comment How to find out the user who changed the MySQL root password?
You can change passwords over the network, or through software that would leave no logs. If your server is open to the network I can use my local mysql client. Or a password might be changed by some software like a PHPMyAdmin, or something else if that is on the web server. There may simple be no logs.
Mar
23
comment What do I have to do to have FDE + a good keyboard?
@MichaelFrank probably my fault. I wasn't as detailed as I could have been when I asked the question. I have updated the question with the details from the comments.
Mar
23
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Mar
23
comment What do I have to do to have FDE + a good keyboard?
@JulianKnight I have been intermittently searching for solutions to this problem for months, so don't feel bad about it not being easy. :( I upgraded to the DAS4 partly because I couldn't use the LogitechG11 to enter the passwords. I haven't tried waiting a bit, but I don't think that will help. I tried creating a ticket on the DAS support a couple months ago, but I think I got ignored, lost or something. I suppose I should try creating another.
Mar
23
comment What do I have to do to have FDE + a good keyboard?
Yes, I have tried unplugging everything else. Even with only the keyboard connected I see no indication of any activity when typing.
Mar
23
comment What do I have to do to have FDE + a good keyboard?
Bitlocker at least displays a * for each character typed into the password inputbox. Even if the keys were not mapped correctly I would still expect to see it recognising that I was pressing the keys. Nothing shows when I type on the DAS4 or Logitech. It is as if not even connected. The password is ~30 characters that match the regex [-_a-zA-Z0-9.,$^]. Everything is set to US.
Mar
23
asked What do I have to do to have FDE + a good keyboard?
Mar
20
comment How do computers generate random numbers
The answers here are OK, but I bet if you had asked this on the security site you would have gotten lots of answers. Generating random numbers securely is extremely critical for encryption. It is extremely complex, and there is a huge variety of techniques with different complexity and performance. security.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/prng security.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/random
Mar
19
comment iptables - How to mirror all ports from one IP to a single port on another IP
How to mirror all ports from one ip to a single port on another ip - I doubt you can do both things at once.
Mar
18
answered DNS issues windows 2008 R2
Mar
16
comment Are many sshd/root processes listed by ps, brute force SSH hack attempt?
How many sessions do you see if you run who? Given the above I suspect you should see 4. Are all for of those users you recognize?
Mar
13
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13
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Mar
12
comment Position of icons on the desktop of windows using hexadecimal code
My wild speculation is that it is a little endian representation of the pixel for one of the corners. So if you flip it you get (0x1a,0x2), or (20,2). Not sure about the order of the axis. In any case, why just just try playing around with various values. It doesn't seem like you should be able to hurt anything.