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Rents brain for food.

Programmer by day, OpenStreetMap enthusiast by night, bicyclist in-between.


Jul
7
answered How to change the date format in Ubuntu 10.04?
Jul
3
awarded  Critic
Jul
3
comment Problem running Ubuntu9.10
Not really sure that "well, I did something different and it works for me" is useful...
Jul
2
comment Mysterious notepad.exe spawned every morning
Check the command line used to launch the file - this should be accessible in Process Explorer, in process details.
Jun
23
awarded  Editor
Jun
23
revised Browsers no longer go to their home page
added 158 characters in body
Jun
23
comment Browsers no longer go to their home page
(I'm quoting the names from memory, as I don't have an English version of IE here, so the labels might not be completely accurate)
Jun
23
answered Browsers no longer go to their home page
Jun
21
comment Can't load Fiddler because Fiddler Port in Use
Did you run netstat -a, as instructed? What was the result?
Jun
21
awarded  Commentator
Jun
21
comment Intercept email and see its content
They can see your HTTPS data - but the original SSL certificates will be invalid. In a controlled setting (such as the OP's workplace), it is possible to add a company-internal root CA to everyone's browser and re-sign the stream with that; that way, SSL cert will be valid, but it will be different from the certificate seen normally from that site.
Jun
21
answered Intercept email and see its content
Jun
14
comment Windows Mobile 7 corporate device
@Toymaker: Aha, that explains it then. I didn't really get that from the question. :)
Jun
14
comment Windows Mobile 7 corporate device
I think the good people at superuser.com are more likely to help you with your query (whereas this site is intended specifically for programming questions). Your question will probably be migrated there soon.
Jun
9
comment Torrents: Can I protect my software by sending wrong bytes?
The hashing algorithm is SHA-1, according to Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… - slightly safer than MD5
Jun
9
comment Torrents: Can I protect my software by sending wrong bytes?
It could be generated, in theory; however, the BitTorrent protocol uses SHA-1 hashing; it is harder to find hash collisions (which is what we're after, here) in SHA-1 than in MD5. Practically, it's not feasible at present.
Jun
8
answered Ubuntu to Ubuntu VNC over SSH tunnel
Sep
14
awarded  Teacher
Sep
9
answered Prevent Windows XP running programs except for selected ones
Jul
29
comment Can I Retrieve back the files on a hard disk that contains bad sector?
+1 for "if it's critical data, don't try this at home"