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Computer scientist working at [A Facility] developing [Systems] that [Do Stuff] at [Places].

Nov
27
comment Is there a 64-bit Windows 7 driver for a Logitech Wingman Formula Force wheel?
Sadly, that's exactly what I mean: the new software specifically does not support the old wheel. Likewise, the old driver does not work with Windows 7 64 bit. Thanks anyway, though.
Nov
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asked Is there a 64-bit Windows 7 driver for a Logitech Wingman Formula Force wheel?
Aug
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answered Newly built PC powers off after 3 minutes…won't power back on instantly
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answered Am I missing out on anything by sticking by Windows XP?
Jul
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comment Is there a real reason to use a screen saver?
@Jeffrey, that's pretty funny. In my own defense, I'm a bit overloaded with computer hardware right now: superuser.com/questions/1127/… With my job, I have a lot of people coming in to talk to me all day and they think it's very funny to see me with a mouse in each hand while my kids scroll by on the other screens.
Jul
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answered Is there a real reason to use a screen saver?
Jul
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revised What is the most practical security method for a home wireless network?
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comment What is the most practical security method for a home wireless network?
Good point on the padlock. I don't think the conversation started in the original article is quite so extreme, though. The implicit assumption is that the content isn't so critical or high risk that the customer is willing to accept the marginal risk of WPA2.
Sep
16
comment What is the most practical security method for a home wireless network?
I would say that point 4 is more a case of security through inconvenience, given how easy it is to spoof a MAC address: smallnetbuilder.com/content/view/30278/98/1/6
Sep
16
asked What is the most practical security method for a home wireless network?