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5 years ago
Cagekicker
Not a typo. :P Look at the subject line. lol
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Admittedly, I do my time on both sides of the fence. :D
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Oh, I agree that they should leave well enough alone, bud. My argument is that the more things advance, the more complicated they become, the harder they are to secure, the cost of providing services goes up exponentially. But, in management's eyes- "upgrading" will cost less and make them "more efficient"...they don't look at the security issues of things, and even if they had
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
/rant on Like I said in another post, we have a saying in Corrections, "security is not convenient..." and it's ALWAYS going to take a back seat to whatever makes our lives "easier". It's the long-standing fight between good and evil, management and security- management finds ways to do things differently, security is there to mitigate the risks that come along with those chan
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
"We've got antivirus, no updated definitions and an unconfigured firewall- we're good!" *two thumbs up!* Funny thing is...my locations of interest are pretty much determined by their gun laws. :D What can I say, I like my toys- and my rights. :oD I think the Infantry in me will never die out, haha.
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
I agree with ya, thrill. In today's economy, anyone's .02 is worth only .017424. :D But, on a serious note- it always annoys me when a company does that also (prevents the fire instead of always fighting it) and it's way too common, especially in today's world. The other day, I was contacted by a company that saw my resume on monster.com- it was some sort of huge firm that saw "Active Dir
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Anthem Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm no stranger to the internet, but only recently > did I get the determination to learn something > about security and anti-security. So here I am, > starting with almost nothing (Knowledge of a few > terms and limited knowledge of where to get more > knowledge when I need it, barely know command &g
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
LOL thrill.
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Thought this was interesting article regarding Capitol One and their "spam policy" to customers. I'd tell them where to go and how to get there... http://redtape.msnbc.com/2009/06/kevin-a-40-year-old-from-sacramento-calif-likes-to-keep-a-tidy-inbox-hes-very-deliberate-about-removing-himself-from-mai.html
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
Cagekicker
This topic makes you sound stupid also.
Forum: Jobs
5 years ago
Cagekicker
lat, there are antivirus applications for mobile devices as well. just have to do a search based off the OS version of your phone. I'm not sure how well the AV works as I generally only go online to check for updates and whatnot.
Forum: Wireless Security
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Dmitry, perhaps you should try searching for a plastic surgeon that would be willing to provide you with a bigger set of balls...Cuz quite frankly, if you are coming HERE looking for someone to help you find their MYSPACE or FACEBOOK or WHATEVER the hell it is you want help with...that's petty and stupid. With that said, take your hand (don't care which), reach down and make sure you've still g
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
You should forward that to your local FBI office. :D
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
chronicburst Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- Thats all I got to say. Moreover... Later! > Im Hungary and horny, babes comming over! Translation: Pizza being delivered and pr0n being streamed...lol Sorry, couldn't help it. :)
Forum: DoS
5 years ago
Cagekicker
:) Well, it was a very interesting article and STILL stands true even 2 years later. =oÞ` Thanks id. /single-fingered salute Have a great weekend!
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Oh, what the hell... No, to be honest, I hadn't noticed that at all. ROFL...Gimme a break, it was at the end of the day and who would think that would be still on the front of the damn site? Although, going back on Dark Reading, I now see that it's listed in the "Top 25" articles...lmfao.
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Was reading through Dark Reading and came across this article . So thought I'd post it up, (haven't seen any posts regarding it yet- so I apologize if it's already on here somewhere...) http://www.darkreading.com/security/management/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=208804074 :)
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
Cagekicker
I'm following you right now, Rsnake. :P
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
lol!
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Daaaaamn and I thought I had a short fuse for "e-ignorance". :D
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Tried that, didn't work out so well. :)
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Yes, that's what I found in policy was stuff along the same lines. :) Thanks for the clarification guys! :)
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Nevermind, I think I found what I was looking for buried deep within the confines of our policies. :)
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
I am trying to figure out what the best practice is regarding computers that are used for website development in a "secure" network. They have a lot of Adobe products and other development tools on them. The users that utilize these have to have administrative rights on these computers, and you know how code junkies love to play and test things...So, I'm curious as to whether best pr
Forum: OMG Ponies
5 years ago
Cagekicker
Sometimes being boring is better than being too vague. :) All I got from this is that you e-sound like the Count from Sesame Street (ah ah ah) and you are a student that likes security and research, especially writing exploits. Guess that's enough though. Haha.
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
Cagekicker
I dunno about you, but I'm lookin' forward to seeing the end of 2008 tonight! So, before all the partying starts, "HAPPY NEW YEAR SLACKERS!" :)
Forum: OMG Ponies
6 years ago
Cagekicker
alawnse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think emily just want to buy a camera with those > features, i don't know why you say she post a spam > . > > haven't you ever post on a forum when you want to > buy something? maybe she just wanted to collect > more information on the camera with this feature > so that buy a suitable camer
Forum: OMG Ponies
6 years ago
Cagekicker
Isn't it amazing how they can never post in the right area either? Gah. :D
Forum: OMG Ponies
6 years ago
Cagekicker
lol. welcome aboard, baldaris
Forum: Intro
6 years ago
Cagekicker
Welcome!
Forum: Intro
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