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bio website metalspy.de
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seen Aug 24 at 8:06

M.Sc. (computer science) 😻 enthusiast programmer 😻 network administrator / developer in the GameSurge IRC network 😻 Gamer 😻 Concert photographer (mostly metal)


For anyone who considers looking for my email address and emailing me about his programming problem like this guy:

I just came across your profile on Stackoverflow. I hope this isn't
too intrusive but I desperately need some help with Python.
I'm new to programming and I'm currently trying to tackle two very
basic questions which I'm seriously struggling with.

NO, I will NOT help you in private. The fact that my website is not a programming site or personal technical blog should be reason enough for you not to use its contact form (or an email listed there) to contact me.


Jul
21
comment Modifying website source code to bypass survey
Protip: If warez, porn, etc. are hidden behind one of those sites they are usually fake.
Jul
21
comment Modifying website source code to bypass survey
You forgot "you hack the server" in your list ;)
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Mar
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comment How to stop and detect the fork bomb
No. But they are applied by PAM so they only apply to new logins.
Mar
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answered How to stop and detect the fork bomb
Mar
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comment How to stop and detect the fork bomb
Telnet? Seriously? You should really use SSH...
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asked Prevent certain URLs and anything referring from them from going to the Firefox history
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accepted How can I make Firefox ignore Next/Prev-Buttons on the Keyboard?
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Nov
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revised Securing traffic sent over HTTP, Client side
added 22 characters in body
Nov
14
comment Securing traffic sent over HTTP, Client side
Right now this is not a question and also completely off-topic here on Super User. However, it might fit on Information Security after some rewording to turn it into a proper question.
Nov
14
answered Securing traffic sent over HTTP, Client side