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I am not really System guy, but doesn't hurt to learn more :)


Dec
31
accepted Limiting WiFi bandwitdh to users connecting to Access Point
Dec
31
accepted Access Point on PC not fully accessible from Mobile
Dec
27
comment Access Point on PC not fully accessible from Mobile
I turned off both encryption and authentication, and now I am able to connect from my mobile. Actually, form the beginning I was more interested to see If I am able to log into some wifi network using my mobile and till now, haven't been lucky enough to find one publicly available. Now I have one at home :)
Dec
27
revised Limiting WiFi bandwitdh to users connecting to Access Point
added video link
Dec
27
comment Limiting WiFi bandwitdh to users connecting to Access Point
I "think" I am using proxy. Basically I am doing what I described on a different post, to which you have replied already ;). Does that one count as proxy?
Dec
27
revised Access Point on PC not fully accessible from Mobile
added 116 characters in body
Dec
27
comment Access Point on PC not fully accessible from Mobile
Thanks for the reply. I am using WEP for encryption. Actually I was following this video: youtube.com/watch?v=ADpHIeBSFUk , so you can evaluate what I have done. I am using Key based connectivity but no MAC filtering at all. I will need to try public and no encryption and get back to you.
Dec
26
asked Limiting WiFi bandwitdh to users connecting to Access Point
Dec
26
accepted Can a Guest Windows XP account infect the overall system with Virus
Dec
26
asked Access Point on PC not fully accessible from Mobile
Dec
25
comment Windows 7 boot from downloaded .iso
@surfasb: I am pretty sure it wasn't listed on my XP machine. Then I moved it to a Win 7 PC and formatted that using NTFS. It was visible in that machine and I was able to carry out the instructions above.
Dec
24
comment Windows 7 boot from downloaded .iso
@surfasb: Could it be that, due to the nature of the USB Flash disk, it may not be listed?
Oct
5
comment Can a Guest Windows XP account infect the overall system with Virus
@woliveirajr: Hmm :). I just want to prevent the annoying of a memory resident virus, keeping my app files hidden and replacing it with it's own code.
Oct
5
accepted How to Simulate Jar files on PC
Oct
5
comment Can a Guest Windows XP account infect the overall system with Virus
Thanks for the reply. I was more concerned about unintentional damages, such as malicious program downloaded and executed during adventurous browsing. Looks like, I have little to worry about.
Oct
5
comment Can a Guest Windows XP account infect the overall system with Virus
Thanks for the reply. As for physical security, I am cool with that. The user I am talking about doesn't have malicious intent :). Only his naive experience with computing will introduce any possible virus.
Oct
4
accepted How to treat a folder as a DVD Video
Oct
4
asked Can a Guest Windows XP account infect the overall system with Virus
Sep
7
comment How to Simulate Jar files on PC
On first hand experience, Java Emulator looks to be better. I tried with one app from Mobilerated, Micro Emulator crashed but Java Emulator was successful.
Sep
7
comment How to Simulate Jar files on PC
Thanks for the heads-up :). I now have resources to look into and evaluate.