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  1. Democracy Player (http://www.getdemocracy.com/).
  2. Well to put in the simplest terms the Subnet mask tells you how many computers can be on that network, minus a few for routers, the gateway, etc. eg. 11111111.11111111.11110000.00000000 is which means that you could have 4096 unique addresses. I believe Iain that Subnet masks are supposed to be contiguous 1's and 0's. Its a bitmask so theoretically you could have something nonstandard, but it keeps things simple. and its really not necessary, 16 bits of 0's will give you just as many IP's no matter where they are located in the mask, unless you are bent on having specific IP address.
  3. Thats cool, It would make for interesting article. XSLT, along with XPath and XSL-FO, is a subset of XSL. XSLT is a scripting language that takes an XML Document and transforms it in to another Document, not necessarily XML. This case you're going from HTML to HTML. It doesn't have to be site specific, its the programmers choice.
  4. Do you mean page scraping? XSLT? Or something with firefox and the user stylesheets? I wouldn't qualify any of those as "Hacking" or "hooking". XSLT would be, by far, the easiest way to do this, as that is what it was designed to do. It probably beats the hell out of a custom written php script that parses the html and what ever. So, to finish up, I have no f-ing clue what you were intending to say, but sure I'll be interested. :D Which will leave me filled with suspense, thrill, and hell I might even learn something.
  5. Well you macbook comes with a Dev IDE, you just don't know it. :twisted: Put in the cd that came with macbook. Labeled "Mac OS X install Disc 1", the installation finder window should pop up, and install it. As for linux... thats a bit harder. check out http://tuxmobil.org/apple.html and good luck.
  6. What kind of security software are you running on this box? Any firewalls?
  7. How about VirtualBox (http://www.virtualbox.org/). I haven't tried yet, but from what I've seen it out preforms VMware.
  8. Well, Thats good. As soon as I noticed that the hex didn't match the password I got concerned. And this is what manual has to say about dumping LSA secrets.
  9. Ethan Hunt, you wouldn't happen to know what ASCII or UTF-16 is would you? Does "dasedba" has any significance to you? Is that your password? I hope not. If it is, change it now!!!! Its generally a good idea not to post anything directly related to your password in a forum. Even if you think its harmless.
  10. .iebar { background-color: #ffffe1; background-image: url(ie-shield.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: 5px 2px; position: absolute; width: 100%; top: 0; left: 0; font-family: "Tahoma", sans-serif; font-size: 11px; padding: 3px 24px 3px 24px; border-bottom: #ffffff 2px outset; } .iebar:hover { background-color: #316ac5; color: white; } I'll let you figure out the rest. Just to let you know JavaScript = DHTML.
  11. Well, they discuss how to use rainbow crack in 2x02, you may be able to use another program, but its not guaranteed to work (as you found out the hard way).
  12. you need to use the program used to generate the tables to crack with them. Which would be Rainbow Crack.
  13. Lets try this again. What about the tables from shmoo group? They were the only tables that I know of that were available before that episode (2x02?). The "alpha-numeric lanman rainbow tables" are a 1.2GB download, which probably, when decompressed, are pretty close to 3GB.
  14. *shakes head in disappointment* Dear Mr. Corrosion, It is very easy, especially for a HTML guy, to add image tag to a file. If you, a HTML guy, can't do that, I'm sorry. If you did read through the files you would notice that it uses a template engine. A fairly popular one, too. It took me 10 minutes to figure that out. The code you need to add is a simple template tag.:P My Deepest :roll:, PsychoAlienDog P.S. the answers are staring you in the face.
  15. what about the tables from the shmoo group?
  16. I just saw this on the php site thought you might be interested. Apparently, if you set the content-type header to "application/octet-stream" it will force a download.
  17. yup, bit masking is some very cool, dirty, fun. The toupper is probably something along the lines of #define toupper(x) ((x &gt;= 'a' &amp;&amp; x &lt;= 'z')? x &amp; 0xdf : x) Which, to the untrained eye, looks more like somebodies keyboard exploded. :D to clarify the Bitwise and (&) is a truth table. X &amp; Y = Z ----------- 1 | 1 | 1 0 | 1 | 0 1 | 0 | 0 0 | 0 | 0 so 'c' &amp; 0xdf = 'C' ---------------- 0 | 1 | 0 1 | 0 | 0 1 | 1 | 1 0 | 1 | 0 0 | 1 | 0 0 | 1 | 0 1 | 1 | 1 1 | 1 | 1 this is just one of many applications for bitwise operators. If your interested in more check out bitwise or (|), bitwise exclusive or (^), bit shift left (<<) and right (>>).
  18. or even simpler yet [...] switch(scale[0] &amp; 0xdf) { case 'F': cout&lt;&lt; "The value in Degrees Celsius is: " &lt;&lt; toCelsius(tempVal); break; case 'C': cout&lt;&lt; "The value in Degrees Fahrenheit is: " &lt;&lt; toFahrenheit(tempVal); break; default: cout&lt;&lt; "Error"; break; } cin.get(); There is no need to use some fancy "toupper" function when its a simple bit mask, maybe some bounds checking if you don't want to be so messy. It not more than a line of code. Also whats with the single element array? You shouldn't ever need a single element array, especially when working with strings (Remember strings are null terminated, so, the minimum length of a string should 2). Cin does accept a plain old char variable, that may simplify your code a lot. Lastly, are those global variables? Bad Programmer, go to your room. Not only that but you are using the same variable names inside the functions. Quick question, do you know which variable you are using in the function? Lets rewrite the program see if we can't clean it up #include &lt;iostream&gt; using namespace std; //function to convert F to C int toCelsius (int tempVal) { return tempVal - 32 / 9 *5;//formula for conversion } //function to convert C to F int toFahrenheit (int tempVal) { return tempVal + 32 * 9 /5; //formula for conversion } int main() { //define vars int tempVal = 0; char scale; cout &lt;&lt; "Enter the Temperature Value: "; cin &gt;&gt; tempVal; cout &lt;&lt; "Enter the Temperature Scale: "; cin &gt;&gt; scale; switch(scale &amp; 0xdf) { case 'F': cout&lt;&lt; "The value in Degrees Celsius is: " &lt;&lt; toCelsius(tempVal); break; case 'C': cout&lt;&lt; "The value in Degrees Fahrenheit is: " &lt;&lt; toFahrenheit(tempVal); break; default: cout&lt;&lt; "Error"; break; } cin.get(); return 0; } Oh, one last thing, are you sure that you're properly converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit? You may want to look into the use of parenthesis.
  19. this reminds me I had a Re-Design concept that I made and never uploaded. http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/48209352/ It could use a little more polish, but its just a concept.
  20. It seems all the important stuff has been mentioned, but some other stuff includes: Programmers Notepad (great little notepad replacement) Inkscape (vector art, You can use SVG dircectly in Firefox :) ) linux/unix (you need to learn linux/unix, most servers run these platforms) Internet Explorer v5, v5.5, v6, and 7, Opera, Firefox; (for testing on as many platforms as possible) Stock Photography (If you see something cool, take a picture of, you'll need it later, trust me) Basic Art concepts(line, space, shape, color, value) Practice The web is constantly changing, so, keep up on stuff. And for Pete's sake, don't use a particular tool just because someone suggested it, try them all, see which ones you like. I know too many Designers/Developers that use Dreamweaver/ASP/IE unconditionally.
  21. They could be salted hashes, in which you would have to find out what the salt is and the algorithm used to salt it with. The salt is usually stored with the hashes on unix machines, but I don't know anything about windows ce.
  22. I've never heard of it, so I'll try it before I hate it profusely. :D You really should look into hand coding, its a great way of learning. Not only that, but you have full control, no stinking program to hold you back. Though I personally prefer Programmers Notepad over Notepad 2, VaKo is right. Tried MS Expression Web and it appears to be Dreamweaver clone. Thats it. Consider it un-installed.
  23. Well, lets see. Avenged Seven Fold Rammstein Panic! at the Disco Mozart, Requiem in D minor (k626) Coheed and Cambria Mindless Self Indulgence My Chemical Romance Nonpoint System of a Down Korn I could go on.
  24. I'm sorry, I couldn't get past So, now, terrorists are using led signs as a means of doing their bidding. Oh the Horror! Why does every thing have to be about 9/11? Yes, it was tragic. Yes, a lot of innocent people died, but it over, its in the past, we need to move on. I mean we've already killed the Iraqi* scumbags that did it. If leds are terrorist weapons, I have a stockpile. Yeah, Fed's thats right, I said it, I have leds! In a "pre 9/11" world, we would have said "oh thats cool." But apparently, now, anything with blinking leds is a bomb. * Yes I know, they were Afghani. Its as joke.
  25. You could just use OpenOffice.org portable and be done with it. 100% legal, 100% free, 0% cotton. Under penalty of law do not remove this tag. Machine washable, Do not Iron.
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