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  1. I'm looking to take my Linux + in the fall. But a huge congrats to you!!!! Any tips you have from your experience?
  2. Yeah I miss C&C Red Alert far more than I enjoy this game. It is quite annoying that they try and get you to buy credits, but I dunno free is free lol. I guess I have to learn patience :-) Where are you located on the map? And which Map?
  3. Like digip said it takes time to learn all of these things. I used to set up a list of documents and vids to get through each day so that way I would continuously learn. Keeping up on twitter feeds for projects is a great idea too. Also try taking on a scripting project a little outside your comfort zone. This helps you learn to research and problem solve. Don't be discouraged, even the best minds had to start somewhere!
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    vpn

    Cant you do this through OpenVPN? Or is that just to utilize other VPNs?
  5. Personally I have always used Hirens Boot Disk http://www.hirensbootcd.org/ It has really great tools for the IT pro on the go. (didnt mean for that to rhyme) Katana is good too I enjoy the customization.
  6. Have you tried seeing if it shows up in Disk Utility?
  7. I have to admit I have your game and I have been playing it quite often. Its pretty damn enjoyable. (I was a huge fan of playing text RPG back in the day) I remember writing my first questlike game on an Apple II :D I'm still looking for one to play around with lol.
  8. Does anyone here play C&C Tiberium Alliances? I was a huge C&C Red Alert fan back in the day and was looking for a new way to enjoy this franchise. Tiberium Alliances is a free (yes free) online version of the game. There are quite a few glitches, as with anything gamewise on the interwebs, but its decent game play. Anyone here hate this game? Love this game?
  9. Also being a newbie here and having no authority :P (thanks Zephyr for your earlier comment I agree 100%) I just wanted to add that I enjoy building phishing pages myself and I believe that adds to the learning process that is so important in the field of pentesting. I understand why sharing them would be beneficial, helping eachother and making suggestions from experience, etc. Unfortunately too many people troll forums like these looking for easy ways to h@kz0r their friend's facebook page, etc. This is something that we all have experienced throughout forums from the days of totse to now. In the past on forums I could always PM others if we felt like sharing information of this calibur.
  10. For someone who is working on improving their coding skillz this is great to see. :-D
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