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7 years ago
abhishake
Or if you want to do something more askew like read data off a file and fill it u can embed a webbrowser into vb and use DOM to access and fill in the forms.
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7 years ago
abhishake
http://cyber-knowledge.net/blog/2007/01/01/gmail-vulnerable-to-contact-list-hijacking/ baad baad way to start the new year for neone
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8 years ago
abhishake
lol ... http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/008122.html is hilarious... lmao.. caught with their pants down! To answer your question rsnake yes id still want to work there. To me personally google is something that has revolutionalized the way things are done on the internet. Rewind back to the days when yahoo essentially ruled the web. I can still recall me sitting in front of my 166 MHz P
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8 years ago
abhishake
funny u should post this ... just last night i was testing that site .....shldave just checked here :P anyways trying to make sense of it..
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8 years ago
abhishake
lolz
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8 years ago
abhishake
I just successfully used your post forwarder so i thought i should thank you... also thank you rsnake for linking it .. :D
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8 years ago
abhishake
Well actually no ... I havent joined them yet ... have to complete my education first so as of now im officially not a google employee :)
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8 years ago
abhishake
Neither am i a google fanatic and i wouldnt dispute on *most* of what you said rsnake . For me personally i dont trust anyone online .. but when it comes to just having to trust anyone Id rather it be google than anyone else. Ill have to admit i havent been using yahoo for quite some time now.. but one cannot forget that yahoo was the premier search engine about 7-8 years back and they did loose o
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8 years ago
abhishake
The way I see it google gives you an option to choose whether you want to install their products on ur box or not... it is your vendor who did the mistake by making that choice on behalf of you... hell even i hate google web accelerator ... but i wont blame google for making it becoz i believe someone else might actually want to use such software....
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8 years ago
abhishake
blame the vendors !
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8 years ago
abhishake
*all eyes in the room roll towards maluc*
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8 years ago
abhishake
Good resource ... but outdated ?? "1996 UNCJIN"
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8 years ago
abhishake
sure did ... thank u
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8 years ago
abhishake
Thanks a billion rsnake... gr8 help. Could u ask vacuum for me if hes heard of Windows XP blocking out traffic (pretty sure not firewall issues) from a non existent system to any other system... and also did he implement the protocols himself or was it a port from the kernel (or u could just tell me how to get in touch with vacuum). Thanks again mate.
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8 years ago
abhishake
Might i suggest http://mxmos.2ya.com... hell who am i kidding..
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8 years ago
abhishake
Thank you for you responses guys maluc .. i started off on this whole thing when i tried to do something like what you mentioned. ie combined bandwidth. But its a long way ahead. My immediate goal is to create a set of libraries that any application can choose to use. So applications that use winsock wont be able to use these services.. at least at the moment. I do have plans to get them workin
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8 years ago
abhishake
Academic exercise ..yes. But its not just that .. forever i have had the need for true 'open network access'. By that i mean i feel that network access to programs should not be limited to the application layer. I feel that programs should be able to access the network at any layer and build up on that. One more reason is that this would open up interesting avenues for me on my box.. like having
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8 years ago
abhishake
hi .. im thinking of implementing the TCP/IP protocol stack in user space on Windows. The approach im currently contemplating is to use WinPCap to open up a raw socket and implement my version of the TCP/IP stack over it. Also im considering porting the LINUX TCP/IP stack.. (would like to know if that is possible). I would like to know about your views on this and any roadblocks you might feel t
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