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  • Is IP Address filtering really secure?

    We're planning to deploy an internal application with a ton of sensitive data and we're becoming very worried security wise. I suggested to keep it on our internal network but I was vetoed. Inside of the app, we programmed it to only respect requests if they come from an internal IP address...

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  • How to manually close a TCP socket

    My partner and I currently have a Python app that opens A TCP socket that communicates with another Python app on a separate host. Every once in a while, we notice the program either errors or we kill it. When that happens, the socket is still open for some time. Every time after we go to run the...

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  • website download issues

    I have a uk based network which is having issues downloading content from websites based in USA, but can download content from the UK without issues. Different browsers/pcs also have the same issues.We can ping and resolve the website addresses for any sites. The site was working for several years...

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  • Online file management system

    Hi, I have the following issue: On monthly basis, I receive several XLS files from partners. I dive into each file to check format and content. After that, I consolidate all XLS file into 1 'output' file. I would like to work with an online ETL tool, that my partners can use to upload their data....

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  • Best tool to view HTTP response headers

    Does anybody know of the best way to actually view HTTP response headers from a request against a particular URL? Would Telnet be the best option? Is there another command / tool that's better?

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  • Import data from Access into SQL Server 2005

    Hello, I have a large database on ms access with more than 100 tables. I am planning to do migrate this database into MS SQL Server 2005. I am receiving info into database access on a daily basis. So I have to do an auto job to import data from access into SQL Server 2005. I think that creating a...

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  • Does Veritas NETbackup 6.5 encrypt data in backup tape?

    Dear All, During a risk assessment exercise, I realized that my backup admin does not encrypt data in backup tapes. He argues, it is not required as an adversary cannot recover/read data from the backup tape, assuming its stolen, if he does not have the corresponding catalog. He further adds that...

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  • How to become a Information security consultant / auditor

    Hi all, I am pretty new to all of this so excuse my ignorance, I have been told by an Information Security Officer That I would be a good consultant, however I am too am confused about how to start or where to start. I know that there are three courses to be a lead auditor but I dont have any...

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  • How to compile RPGLE with multiple IP with extind(*INUx)

    How do you compile a RPGLE program that has multiple input primary files using the EXTIND(*INU1)&EXTIND(*INU2)? I get error that there is more than one primary file. I set the switches and tried to compile interactively ... same result. This is obviously an existing program that I have modified.

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  • Outlook 2003 send/receive error message 080042108

    help please!!! I amd receiving error message 080042108 in outlook 2003 and my emails are not sending or receiving, please help me and tel me how to fix!!

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  • Flash print()

    Print(1,bmax), print(1,bmovie), print(1,bframe) What is the different?

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  • SCCM 2012 – Management Point Critical Error (Message ID 5436)

    Preface: Running SCCM 2012 on physical hardware, with MS Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012. I know it isn't officially supported, but thus far most everything is working splendidly! So, I know I post more questions than answers here, but I'm still getting my feet under me with SCCM 2012. I...

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  • What’s the difference object and file storage?

    I'm having trouble figuring out the difference between object storage and file storage. I've read several different articles but the only real difference I can find is that for object storage, I can add more metadata. Is that the main difference? Thanks!

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  • Designing Long Displays in AS/400

    Hi all, I have to design a screen which have almost 50 fields and I have to keep them on a single screen (page) how I can design a long display so by doing Page Down and Page Up we could scroll through all fields. Thanks in advance

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  • Configuring CYGWIN to use Windows Proxy infomation

    Hello, I'm using Internet Explorer and I need to figure out how to use CYGWIN for several quick scripting tasks. How would I go about configuring it to my Windows Proxy info? I have several things trying to make direct connections (pings, ruby gems, etc.) How can I get them to respect the proxy...

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  • Deciding between multicasting vs. broadcasting in LAN

    Would anyone know if there's an advantage to using a multicast group for sending messages (instead of broadcasting them to a specific port)? When it's broadcasting, computers that don't want the messages actually still receive them. Does that affect their performance / traffic? Don't the computers...

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  • How do I calculate my usage of localStorage space?

    Hello everybody, I'm trying to create an app that uses the Bespin editor and HTML5 localStorage. It would store the files locally, provides help with grammar and uses JLint to help the user even more. Now, I need to calculate how much my localStorage has been used / how much storage there actually...

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  • How can I open a socket in Python

    I'm looking to open a TCP client socket in Python and I need some help. Would I have to go all the way through the low-level BSD socket handle or is there an easier way?

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  • How does a smartphone or tablet interact with a wireless paper pen drive?

    In our college, I'm doing a seminar on wireless paper pen drive. I read as smartphones interact with paper pen drives without any physical connection between them. How it is possible? Please send me information.

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  • Pingable IP address: What’s the easiest to remember?

    This is just in regards for our network troubleshooting problems / purposes but could someone tell us a publicly pingable host that has an easy to remember IP address? Is 127.0.0.1 the easiest?

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