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Jul
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comment Leaving your WiFi public?
Just a side note: Yes, it's trivial to hijack somebody's Facebook account if you're on the same LAN, but only if you're not using SSL. Facebook.com -> Account Settings -> Account Security -> Browse Facebook on a secure connection (https) whenever possible. That is the key to not having your Facebook account hijacked, regardless of whether or not you are on an open access point. (Otherwise, I totally agree with your answer!).
Jul
1
comment Is a static IP required for a Cisco 7000 series VoIP phone?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic. I wish that questions about VoIP phones were on-topic here (as I've got a bunch), but they're not. You can see my question and the answers over on meta asking if there's a place for these questions. Hopefully, there will be a place for these questions soon.
Jun
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Jun
27
comment RAID with pen-drives, it is possible?
+1 for "RAID ≠ backup."
Jun
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
18
reviewed Approve converting a 12MB text file with notes to orgmode compatible file?
Jun
14
revised Permanently spoof MAC address on OSX
major formatting changes
Jun
8
revised Is there a setting to make Recuva skip a bad sector of a HDD after a certain amount of time?
fixing what I believe to be a typo
Jun
8
reviewed Approve wget -404 not found
Jun
7
revised FTP error:- The given path's format is not supported
necessary tag edits
Jun
4
comment Small, Empty Partition
@Maxpm I'd say so. Besides, you've got tons of other space; no need to cause potential problems. (Also worth noting is that the recovery image in the second partition is most likely useless without the first partition).
Jun
4
answered Small, Empty Partition
Jun
1
revised How can I get the resources from this SWF flash file? Or at least resize it?
removing meaningless tag
May
30
comment My Macbook Pro doesn't boot up
It's always better to know for sure than to "kind of know". I'd check the hard drive for bad sectors, but it seems like the SATA controller may be broken (if it's not the hard drive).
May
24
answered How do I repair a broken .mov (QuickTime) file?
May
23
comment What is the difference between a kibibyte, a kilobit, and a kilobyte?
@przemoc That was a rounding error on my part. Fixed!
May
23
revised What is the difference between a kibibyte, a kilobit, and a kilobyte?
correcting rounding error
May
23
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May
23
comment Outlook 2003 PST Size Limit
@milkmood They're both perfectly valid units of measurement. As long as you're aware of that, my work is done!
May
23
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