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  • Is Trillian still being supported?

    Is Trillian still being supported or developed? The last time I used it, it got too buggy to even open. Plus, Trillian's own support page is saying that it's just been quiet on their end. Is it safe to assume I won't be able to use it again?

    Tessa Parmenter1,070 pointsBadges:
  • Getting GPS coordinates on a Windows Phone 7

    This might be an old question but I still need some help. Would I be able to get the current GPS coordinates on a Windows Phone 7?

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Writing a 3rd-party app for capturing SMS on Windows Phone 8

    Would I be able to write a 3rd-party application that can capture a SMS / incoming call on Windows Phone 8?

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Can biometrics be used for fraud prevention?

    Can biometric identifiers be used for fraud prevention in a developing nation?

    doxy1115 pointsBadges:
  • Finding Gmail ID and password

    I was given a Gmail ID and password from Verizon Wireless. I don't know either one of them. Can you help me either figure it out or get a new one? I have an iPhone and I can't go to iTunes without it. I am giving you my mother's email address below so you can respond with the answer.  Thanks.

    dkmurphy5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the size of the security awareness training market?

    Hi Folks, Whilst reading the article on using the SANS Secure the human for security education and awareness programs, it prompted me to consider what is the size of this market in terms of $ value?

    IRISHCISO5 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking with key logging

    I am an non IT-mother looking at putting key log software on his laptop. It's remote so I can't physically access it. Is it safe and untraceable? I worry about him. What would you recommend for a program. Will it be visible to him!

    Corina195 pointsBadges:
  • What is bandwidth?

    Can someone tell me what bandwidth is?

    12010160575 pointsBadges:
  • How can I get SSH access for an Amazon EC2 instance?

    Please...I need some big time help! I need SSH access for an Amazon EC2 instance that's currently running on Ubuntu but all I have is the Amazon username and password. How can I do this?

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Linking ethernet and Wi-Fi

    I have three PCs on a Wi-Fi network, I want two of them to be also linked between the Wi-Fi with high-speed ethernet. Is that possible?

    majorun15 pointsBadges:
  • Guest sign-in log preservation

    A private club serving liquor must maintain a sign-in log for guests and other non-members. How long must these logs be maintained before they can be discarded?

    rtanguay5 pointsBadges:
  • Improve network connection with 1 gbps D-Link switch

    I have 75 meters of distance and a 1gbps D-Link switch available. I hope my connection gets better. Will that work?

    shanu7865 pointsBadges:
  • Vert.x centralized logging approach

    I'm searching a centralized logging approach for vertx (groovy) multi-verticale case. My aim is to have a single log-file where I could write my logging information from all currently connected clients. Could you recommend appropriate for this aim a logging framework?

    artoban5 pointsBadges:
  • What should I go for in networking?

    I have done Cert 3 Network Administration. What should I go for? I am interested in network security, system administration and web designing. Any help is appreciated.

    matrixstrings5 pointsBadges:
  • Which career should I choose: Networking or web design?

    I need some help with my career choice. Can someone please help me with my choices: CCNA & Networking Web Design Please, what should I do?

    rahulSingh5 pointsBadges:
  • Getting error message when trying to SSH in my Amazon EC2 instance

    Over the past few weeks, I've been setting up Panda in an Amazon EC2 instance. Everything was going great...I set up my account and tools and used SSH to interact with the instance. But all of a sudden, I can't get permission to get into Panda's EC2 instance. Here's what I'm getting:@ WARNING:...

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • SAP and Linux

    What's the best Linux OS to run on SAP?

    Bmosta5 pointsBadges:
  • SSH from iSeries

    Does anyone know if you can create an SSH session from an as/400 command line? I know I can telnet to a remote RHEL server, but it's not as secure as SSH, and not as reliable. I would like to create an SSH session, to create a session on the remote RHEL server (with update capability).

    bealsbcintascom80 pointsBadges:
  • Any place to report Hacker’s ISP?

    Google notified me today that someone in the UK attempted to get into my Gmail, from 86.157.19.222.  I ran a tracert on this address, and it goes back to btcentralplus.com - which has a rather seedy sounding reputation going back many years. BT  is supposed to be an ISP, but the complaints about...

    AndreaF8,000 pointsBadges:
  • How to export Lotus Notes emails to plain text file

    My friend has been trying to set up a Lotus Notes account to accept emails from a client / save each email as a text file that will be processed by another application. So he's been looking to create an Agent that automatically exports the emails to text. He wants to know what's the best way to do...

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:

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