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Ways to stop spam, detect robotic activity, and actually harm the spam trade, as well as how it works, how to circumvent filters, etc. 

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6 years ago
littlegreenguy
if you still want night mode, you could get something like this (site is first google result, not a reccomendation) http://www.camsecure.co.uk/Camsecure_IR_Lighting.html which just blasts IR light which will be picked up by pretty much any CCD sensor, you don't need a special 'night mode' to complement it.
Forum: Wireless Security
6 years ago
littlegreenguy
Those cameras can't be encrypted using the hardware as is, as the wireless signal is literally an analogue video signal. Several 'wireless camera scanners' have been built, which just cycle a receiver through the channels, using a very crude counter chip hooked up to where DIN switches should be on the receiver to change channel. If you want security, you're better off going for a wifi webca
Forum: Wireless Security
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
just curious, what bullshit excuse did they give you? I could use a laugh...
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
Ive been wondering for a long time if my comp sci teacher would accept this as coursework, I'm fairly sure he doesnt read around 99% of what you hand in, but rather scans it for technical looking words.
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
yes, although enforcing password changes /too/ frequently can cause users just to either swap between two, or just add on the month name to the end of their password, or, worse, just write it down on a wonderful product by 3M and post it on their monitor :P.
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
I've wondered this for quite a while, and was horrified when verified by visa refused my normal password style because it contained non alphanumeric characters, and several other sites either limiting the number or types of characters that users can use in passwords: Is there any real security argument for limiting users in web applications? Short of the processing time needed to hash a REALLY
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
QuoteHe's mad I made it public on the forum, I'm guessing its because it jeopardizes his job because he doesn't know what he is doing It certainly didn't come across that way. He came over as a guy with a mature attitude who was genuinely concerned about his systems, but also respects that you may follow a different philosophy of disclosure: QuoteI understand that you have the freedom to post
Forum: News and Links
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
QuoteIn that vein - fudge-pa.ckers.org win'd! medium (unless american medium is like UK large, in which case, small) Instead of using cafepress or anything like that, for payment you could use something like google checkout* (if you can be bothered to set up as a merchant) or paypal I suppose. *yes, google now officially knows _everything_ about me
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
QuoteI thought of something. A nice public display of their inability to do the right thing, even when assisted by someone obviously smarter than they are: Thats already happening. What do you think that the register, digg and hopefully slashdot articles are for? :P Neat idea for a site, btw, though I think you really do need to have ads or donations or something so that you can fund printing
Forum: News and Links
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
http://mailinator.blogspot.com/2007/01/architecture-of-mailinator.html the whole of mailinator, the email service loved by users of www.bugmenot.com runs from one 2GHz 1GB ram computer, with all the emails stored in ram. It's a pretty interesting article.
Forum: SPAM
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
he wont. They have refunded me, and I cant see any reason that they would refund just some people, they definately know that it was a mistake though. So basically, no. And I really dont have the energy to argue with them.
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
littlegreenguy
They've sadly realised the error, and removed the product from amazon. I tried to buy two, and the payment went through, but I've since recieved an email saying that they realised their mistake and that I'll get a refund within 48 hours. They did give me free shipping from their website for one purchase, so its not all bad. Oh well, there goes the hopes of having my own 1tb array funded b
Forum: OMG Ponies
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