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An it enthusiast trying to blend with microsoft .net technologies


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accepted How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
Thank you for the answer again! I've changed my network discovery settings in anycase. First part was temporary I've been monitoring for 2days and its the first time I saw it, It was interesting so I put that also. Thank you!
Apr
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
Thank you! Actually I've seen the first part only today, I thought it was interesting and wanted to share. Will check the "Network Discovery". And about the second part, I've checked with one of the other computers in my network and it didn't do that every 30sec or faster. So I was pretty sure it was ARP poisoning. Thanks for the info. So to sum up can we say I'm clean?
Apr
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
@grawity 192.168.2.1 is my router and 192.168.2.2 is my PC.
Apr
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
@DanH It is called atheros AR9002WB-1NG, I've checked the manufacturer name on details and its also Atheros.
Apr
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
Yes, I did & thought the exact same thing too but I couldn't even found their brand name on my hardware when I opened it up. The thing is if you search for "Azurewav" on google you can see some people also suffered. Maybe I accidentally installed their drivers?
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comment How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?
Yes about that, I'm a student so W7-64 comes free. Azurewave is not the brand I did have a look for it but I couldn't find anything related to that company. That's why I noted (I don't have any hardware or software that is related to neither Azurewav nor Azurwave). Thanks for the reply!
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accepted How to create an installer for multiple applications, batch processes, dll's etc?
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comment How to create an installer for multiple applications, batch processes, dll's etc?
anyway I needed to change my view, but that is probably another question, thanks for your help I'm marking this as an answer.
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comment How to create an installer for multiple applications, batch processes, dll's etc?
I've tried building a simple installer via InnoSetup wizard but I couldn't find a way to install the dependencies (Kinect SDK etc..) in the setup. And the website doesn't have a lot of information about Advanced IDE. On the windows installer side, that would be my pick but I was not successful on my research there too, I'm not really sure how to search for my specific needs, I would be highly appreciated on any additional direction. Thanks again, and sorry for the second question.
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comment How to create an installer for multiple applications, batch processes, dll's etc?
wow, I didn't knew Windows Installer could be used for installing additional software and I was using it to install the app so far :S. And that InnoSetup also looks like a great choice. I wasn't aware that these solutions you brought up could be used for triggering additional software installations, or registry actions. Thanks for the help looking to it now!
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