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  1. try http://proxy2.de for both Guestbook and poll. Just looked at viper and talk about OTT for a guestbook. Looks to me like it wants to be a forum.
  2. I kno wAmericans tend to think they are better than everyone else, particularly Texans but last i checked texas was a state not a country
  3. Ah they are getting ready to release preview versions of Firefox 1.1 according to http://www.spreadfirefox.com/
  4. I stopped using the nightlies a long time ago due to the fact they are making major changes which stop a lot of extensions working and I like my tab browser preferences.
  5. That would make no difference as the products store saved sata in a flat file. This exploit lets javascript read what is in the memory so if you have visited a web page with a form then the information you submitted is usually still in the memory. Try filling out a form, submitting it then clicking back, your data is stil in the form as it has been kept in memory (or possibly cached not 100% on that one but can't see it caching form entries)
  6. Spybot finds things that Adaware does not and vice versa. Pest Patrol is one I would seriously avoid. A friend of mine makes a chat client for Yahoo and Pest Patrol listed the webcam component as spyware.
  7. A vulnerability has been discovered in Mozilla products which can be exploited by malicious people to gain knowledge of potentially sensitive information. The vulnerability is caused due to an error in the JavaScript engine, as a "lambda" replace exposes arbitrary amounts of heap memory after the end of a JavaScript string. Successful exploitation may disclose sensitive information in memory. http://secunia.com/mozilla_products_arbitr..._exposure_test/ This was discovered on April 4 and is still not patched.
  8. I live in the UK. Born and raised in Manchester then moved to Bristol a few years ago. In response to the posts about martial arts above, Kempo is actual Korean. they refer to it as Korean Karate because people like to pigeon hole things but Karate is Okiniwan and Kempo is Korean.
  9. First thing I always do after installing XP is switch it to classic windows mode. For people upgrading this is good as it looks and acts like the Windows they are used to, also it is more resource friendly. Office XP should have the same features as Office 97 and slightly the same look so he shouldn't be to confused by it.
  10. I love the fact that the forums email says there has been a reply but I won't receive another email till I visit this thread. Except I had 7 emails this morning saying this thread had been updated :|
  11. hmm Just got a pop up even with pop ups turned off. they used a double javascript to bypass the pop up blocking. The exact code is >//Pop-Under Code Here document.write('<SCRI'+'PT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.1" '); document.write(' SRC="http://popunder.PayPopup.com/popup.php?id=cloudfive&pop=enter&t=1&subid=28754&blk=1">'); document.write('</SCR'+'IPT>'); //Pop-Under Code End Hopefully Mozilla will soon fix it. ps. I know this shouldn't open a new window but the new window appears but I get server not found so i can't even read the javascript source. The page this happened on was hxtp://www.bitoogle.com/
  12. You might be a computer nerd if... 1. Your web page is more popular than you. 2. Your favorite sport is Tetris. 3. You know what fuzzy logic is. 4. You talk to your computer. 5. You argue with your computer. 6. Your computer has its own phone line. 7. You have dreams involving your computer. 8. You spend Friday nights with your computer. 9. You've never actually met many of your friends. 10. You remember how to use DOS. 11. You think Bill Gates is "a cool guy." 12. Only computer users can understand you. 13. Your home page is longer than your resume. 14. You've ever installed Linux. 15. You've missed the X-Files because you wanted to play on your computer. 16. You always understand Dilbert. 17. You regularly drink Jolt cola. 18. You spend more time on the Internet than you do sleeping. 19. You have multiple email addresses. 20. You've ever setup a LAN in your house. 21. You understood the above statement. 22. You get Jealous when any one uses your computer. 23. Your idea of hurrying is typing faster. 24. You keep spare mouse pads. 25. You buy your computer gifts. 26. You've ever been dumped for paying too much attention to your computer. 27. Someone mentions foreign language and you think "Cobol". 28. You regularly use a tape backup on files you have the original disks for. 29. You get a new computer, take it out of the box, and you immediately remove the case. 30. You have ever called home to check on your computer. 31. You do processes in DOS instead of Windows not because it is faster, but because it just confuses people. 32. You've ever considered getting a tattoo of the "Intel Inside" logo. 33. You know every law about computer piracy by heart, because you've been convicted on all of them. 34. You no longer interact with your family, you send them email instead; in the same house. 35. You check your email before you check your answering machine. 36. You can program the next best thing to Windows, but you still can't get your VCR to stop flashing. 37. You have more insurance on your computer than on your children. 38. You receive more chat requests than phone calls. 39. You stopped paying for call waiting because it kept knocking you off-line. 40. You don't immediately go into gibbering panic when you hear of a new computer virus. 41. You've ever emailed your assignment in to your professor. 42. You've ever tried to see how far you can move the mouse without turning off the screen saver. 43. You have dialed 911 and faxed them your problem. 44. You call in sick to work over your computer. 45. Your first aid kit contains Norton's Anti-Virus. 46. You know what the acronyms HTML, URL, ISP, and HTTP each stand for. 47. You tinker with computers at work all day, and when you finally get off work, you rush home to tinker with our computer. 48. You dedicate your home page to your favorite actress in hopes that she will see it and desire to meet you. 49. You have more than one home page. 50. You have a better computer system at home than at work. 51. You get jealous when other people use your computer. 52. You run back into your burning home to rescue your computer, but you leave the dog. 53. You know exactly how much hard drive space you have free, but you don't know your spouse's birthday. 54. You run Windows 95 and Windows 3.1 just because you can. 55. You have the high score on Jezz Ball. 56. You know what word 31337 stands for. 57. You keep spare computer parts around the house. taken from http://www.xs4all.nl/~npjdjong/computermoppen3.html
  13. The Web Developer extension just uses http://www.websiteoptimization.com/service...lyze/index.html
  14. Bite me Sean I think it wouldbe against this forums rules for me to post what the B stands for but basically it stands for a well known term peole use to say something is good (in the Uk anyway). Politely it means the canines testes.
  15. ok I have finally finished work on my guestbook script which is basically a major update to Advanced Guestbook 2.3.1. Now I need a name for it. Something unique and catchy. At present it is called The db Guestbook but I found there is already a DB Guestbook. Burning Book would of been nice given my ID but thats gone to and YAGB just sucks. So post some suggestions for me before I pull out whats left of my hair
  16. Don if you use Firefox, Mozilla or Opera you can enlarge the entire page keeping everything in proportion. I personally always use px as it gives you precise control.
  17. As I stated in my last post Gmail scans INSIDE ARCHIVES for file formats that it has blocked. And I quote
  18. You may be able to send them but can the person you are sending them to receive them? More and more services are blocking EXE files from being sent/received. I don't see this as a problem. I quit sending executables long ago. Easier to zip it and forget it. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Whilst scripting may be my main past time Ialso write software on occasions and like to email it to beta testers. Gmail wont let you send anything that could possibly be dangerous and even checks the contents of archives for these file types. Wouldn't be so bad if they gave you the option to turn this feature off. Yahoo will not let you download any attachment until it has scanned it with Norton.
  19. Yahoo announced a few weeks ago that they are increasing their inbox size to 1GB. But as I said earlier who needs 1GB? I will always choose Yahoo over Gmail because 1 - I get instant notifications of new emails via Messenger. 2 - I can actually email executables which Gmail blocks.
  20. yes but as some posts in here have indicated people assume that the version offered by cPanel is the latest version.
  21. True, I'd sooner forget most of the conversations I have.
  22. It is stored in MySQL but you can also have it create a cache of php files, if I remember correctly. This particular thread though refers to IPB 1.2, which was the version in use here when this thread was created. IPB 1.2 is also what is included with cPanel and used by alot of users here. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Wow another good example of why hosts should advise clients not to install scripts supplied by cPanel. I mean the last free version of IPB was 1.3.1 and here is cpanel offering 1.2. I think cPanel probably has a lot to answer for when it comes to the number of sites that get defaced due to running old scripts.
  23. Small point but Javascript can also be serverside or am I imagining things again :-/ also you don't install javascript. In regards to how this forum deals with it's header and footer they are actually stored in MySQL and either loaded into a buffer or an array when called. Can't remember which.
  24. Why? All messenger services now store your buddy list serverside so as soon as you connect you will get the atest version sent to you. I rememebr the good old days when ICQ stored it locally, damn that was a pain when you formatted and had to reinstall.
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