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May 31, 2012, 03:01:38 AM
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Actually you wanna hear crazy,  I found it using the search function in the cgminer thread. True story.  Grin Grin

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May 31, 2012, 03:06:58 AM
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Actually you wanna hear crazy,  I found it using the search function in the cgminer thread. True story.  Grin Grin

nice.  I tried some word strings......could not find anything.

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May 31, 2012, 03:27:40 AM
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Freebie.  The only reason I knew is I had to find out the same thing like two days ago. Grin

That is wild......how on earth did you figure it out?

thanks man, much appreciated. 

It's Windows - the best troubleshooting strategy is trying random stuff until something works.

That's why trojans get installed so much on it also. lol

Windows is targeted by more hackers because it controls the highest market share, not because of any inherent security vulnerabilities. Careful of correlation/causality differentiation.

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May 31, 2012, 03:34:05 AM
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Freebie.  The only reason I knew is I had to find out the same thing like two days ago. Grin

That is wild......how on earth did you figure it out?

thanks man, much appreciated. 

It's Windows - the best troubleshooting strategy is trying random stuff until something works.

That's why trojans get installed so much on it also. lol

Windows is targeted by more hackers because it controls the highest market share, not because of any inherent security vulnerabilities. Careful of correlation/causality differentiation.

I didn't meant that it was insecure, I meant that people tend to try random stuff until something works, like you said.

"What's this popup window?"
"eh I'll just click OK and get done with it"

lol

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May 31, 2012, 03:35:21 AM
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I didn't meant that it was insecure, I meant that people tend to try random stuff until something works, like you said.

"What's this popup window?"
"eh I'll just click OK and get done with it"

lol

Sorry, boring day, over-analyzing everything. My bad.

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