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  1. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 As the topic goes: Am I able to digitally sign my email to verify my authenticity? Especially in gmail? I am still learning the PGP concept, but my public key block is now on the MIT keyserver as well as http://www.c3studios.ca/pubkey.asc on my website. Now, if I want to send an email and sign it.. How do I go about doing that? (I also have my private key... dur) I am using WinPT (aka GPG for windows). Thanks everyone! [EDIT] Hey all! I was able to figure it out. A great extension called FireGPG seamlessly intergrates itsself into the Gmail interface providing all of my signing, crypting, verifying, decrypting needs! It works with WinPT and/or GPG to provide a nice easy service. Check it out: http://firegpg.tuxfamily.org/ http://www.chuckcaplan.com/blog/archives/2...ox_gmail_a.html (Tutorial) Needless to say that it all works on Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux... In fact, I'm signing this message! My public key is at http://www.c3studios.ca/pubkey.asc -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.1 (MingW32) Comment: http://firegpg.tuxfamily.org iD8DBQFHHByg8547IonQybMRAiXHAJ9wEDCE+YJdeA9deniOMSopfy5iMgCdGixj Vj5A3ypBuRjR5ecDaXucYT8= =MZHK -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
  2. Sorry, I was a little tired. At this point in time, the script cannot open the log, make the data a variable. So when the if(@data) statement is made, it won't continue the script. Again, being tired I forgot the write the line that will replace the line with nothing, then chomp()... I believe that will work?
  3. Hey guys, This script isn't really meant to be run from a site but rather from the command line/shell/terminal. I really don't know much about perl at all and I wrote this script by researching and looking at other perl scripts. This script is meant to perform housecleaning on a log: it opens the log, removes every line containing an ip, and the tells you how many lines were removed. The trouble is that the script breaks and I have no clue what to do. #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $path = "/var/log/httpd/access_log"; my $ip = ""; # Call subroutine remove($path,$ip); # Define remove subroutine sub remove { # Fix input variables my($log,$uip) = @_; # Check for valid path if (-e $log) { # Open log and turn contents into variable open(DATA, "<$log") or die "[-] Error: Logfile could not be opened: $!n"; my @data = <DATA>; close(DATA); # Declare status variables my $found = 0; my $count = 0; # Check if data exists if(@data) { # Run script for every line in $path foreach my $line (@data) { # For every line that contains the IP if($line =~m/$uip/) { open(LOG, ">$log") or die "[-] Error: Logfile could not be opened: $!n"; chomp($line) or die "[-] Error: Logfile could not be written to: $!n"; close(LOG); # Set find status to found $found = 1; # Increase number of IPs $count++; } } # No lines containing IP regex found if (!$found) { print "[-] $uip was not found in the logfile. Rest easy!n"; } else { print "[-] Log edit success! Removed $count instances of $uipn"; } } else { print "[-] Error: Data error?n"; } } else { print "[-] Error: $log does not exist or you have incorrect permissionsn"; } }
  4. *Was on vacation* Yes, it seems that I will wait for the service pack, but with a recent wipe of the harddrive (Dual-booted Mac OS X), I am left with a very plain vanilla XP. I am not bothering to install anything that I usually have because I know I will nix the harddrive again. Good thing for my backups! A lot of magazines seem to be showing off some rather impressive features of the new vista. Apparently there is a program within windows that monitors and gives a detailed analysis of its stability. Its features like these that make me want to switch. But I am a bit of a gamer, and therefore wary of the slowdowns I may experience, especially since I am on a laptop. DirectX 10, as I've been told, is a great leap ahead but with a drawback: GFX support (Leave it to microsoft for legacy systems). Apparently in order for DX10 to preform at its best you need a gpu that supports its new way of processing threads. Hopefully my "Vista Compatible" laptop with a fairly new nVidia graphics card will accept the new DX10. Any final pieces of information I should know about?
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    Go Vista?

    I have a friend who works at a business and has obtained a spare legal copy of vista for me. It sounds promising but I worry on what vista will take away that XP offers. I use lots of programs that are pretty specific and I like being able to tweak my computer to my liking. Will vista take away from that experience? And what of compatibility? What are the odds my nVidia, Intel Pro Wireless, and various other hardwares will work / have working drivers available? I have heard Vista is a bit of a nuisance when it comes to that. Will its new naming system break installs for certain programs? And has Microsoft locked up some tweak-able features? My final question is, should I switch to vista? I have the time, requirements, but no knowledge if it is a wise choice. Thank you.
  6. I have a SHOUTcast server at the ready, and I wish to relay another video stream. Normally I would set the configuration to reflect ; RelayPort and RelayServer specify that you want to be a relay server. ; Relay servers act as clients to another server, and rebroadcast. ; Set RelayPort to 0, RelayServer to empty, or just leave these commented ; out to disable relay mode. RelayPort=8000 RelayServer=http://example.com but it appears that I cannot get it to work... I get this lovely verbose with my server up: Event log: <02/03/07@14:06:14> [SHOUTcast] DNAS/win32 v1.9.7 (Jun 23 2006) starting up... <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] loaded config from C:Program FilesSHOUTcastsc_serv.ini <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] initializing (usermax:3 portbase:8000)... <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] No ban file found (sc_serv.ban) <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] No rip file found (sc_serv.rip) <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] relay thread starting <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] opening client socket <02/03/07@14:06:14> [source] creating relay socket <02/03/07@14:06:14> [source] resolving relay host <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] Client Stream thread [0] starting <02/03/07@14:06:14> [main] client main thread starting <02/03/07@14:06:14> [source] error resolving relay host [waiting 30s] <02/03/07@14:06:44> [source] error connecting to relay host [waiting 30s] Any idea what I am doing wrong? I wish to do this so perhaps I will be able to relay the Hak.5 Live shows for those who cannot see it.
  7. Mmmmm my motherboard makes a high-pitched beep midday. Is this heat related? Stupid toshiba can't get enough airflow... And its not like speedfan can do anything, again props to toshiba.
  8. Once you get access to the inside, you can program it to lower prices if you enter in a code. Its been done.
  9. Total suck. MySpace has no credibility, GoDaddy should always take that into account.
  10. Unfortunately, i dont have Linksys router, however your idea sounds rely good, and usefull in so many ways. I might think about buying one. Thanks alot for the suggestion :D Hold on there sparky. The reason why this linux firmware was created for the Linksys router is because linksys fucked up royally. The WRT54G v5 is the worst make of their routers (which are none too impressive) and they cost just as much as the next company's router. If you want to do it my way, I suggest buying the WRT54G v2 from eBay and then putting the DD-WRT on it. Shame, ain't it?
  11. Can't wait! I already asked a question... This time it won't suck.
  12. Could it be a scam for the creator of TPB to get more money? That would be quite funny, seeing how its near foolproof if it was the case.
  13. also eth0 may not work, always try wlan0 too. I found out that my wireless isn't eth0...
  14. Understandable, but I find LAMP the lazy way to run a server. All servers, imho, should be running a very stripped-down stable linux distro... It appears more stable and you control what you want with a very fine comb.
  15. Or if you wish to just restrict them to X amount of bandwidth per day, and if you have a Linksys Router... I've got a solution for you. Its called DD-WRT, a linux-based firmware that turns your crappy linksys wrt54g, gs, etc. into a magical WiFi administration system. Yay! Oh and, the point is, is that the QoS on the DD-WRT firmware will restrict your neighbours to happy bandwidth limits. http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/index.php
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