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Everything posted by Denismage

  1. A lot of you are introverted. Forever alone kind of comes to mind... Anyways, I'm ESTJ
  2. Heh, I didn't know Christopher Mintz-Plasse browsed tip.it Nice pic.
  3. I like your new style. So much better, and hotter.
  4. From my experience she's probably more worried than you are. Like others said all you need is practice. Keep on "pecking" each other and it will transform by itself. Don't sweat over it though. Keep it simple, beforehand look for the signs that she likes you. Try holding hands while walking, if she likes it then you're all set. Go to a park or for a walk somewhere, get somewhat on topic and ask her "do you want to be girlfriend/boyfriend?" I know it sounds extremely lame and dull, but it worked for me like a charm.
  5. Interesting eyes. How tall are you? 6'2
  6. Lol thanks everyone, I didn't expect any replies to be honest, since usually people only reply to girls. And about Mick Jagger thing, I hope my lips don't look THAT big lol :$ Here's one more. Hope it's not too big.
  7. mugshot, lol. please use hide tags for large images, thanks! -littleboy
  8. I bought a Lenovo laptop for 600$ and installed linux on it, couldn't be happier. Can't say anything about running runescape on hd and whatnot, haven't played that game in like 3 years.
  9. Well, technically most people prefer this character trait in everyone, not just the opposite sex. Important nevertheless.
  10. Good personality, psychologically stable, open minded.
  11. They aren't your friends then. On the side note, I hate when people say "oh I have no friends, nobody likes me, etc" but avoid any type of social interaction. There's this dude in one of my classes, and every time I say hi to him, he tries to look as far into the distance as possible, although I KNOW he saw me. He's one of those people who hang out by themselves, and probably writes essays on how he hates life because his 'friends' are douchebags and how nobody wants to talk to him because of x and y.
  12. I guess it's just because people would prefer to see a normal picture of you so they can see what you actually look like. It is what I actually look like... Yeah, okay Posting a fuzzy black and white picture at weird angles isn't showing anyone what you look like. Instead of quoting a ton, why not check her previously posted pictures? Here's the one where you can see her face. http://i771.photobucket.com/albums/xx357/RomysRomeo/035.jpg
  13. Picture taken in an elevator after a long day. Hair looks kinda strange and really messy but I don't care.
  14. Battery will last a lot longer on the second one, and that is the one I suggest as a university student. Also, get a tablet if it's possible. I suggest cashing out for IBM x200 series tablet. Having a tablet is a lot better since you can take ALL notes on the computer, as opposed to writing on a piece of paper. It will help a lot in the long run.
  15. Well, if you don't really mind it not being a folder, but a file which you can mount into a partition, I suggest truecrypt. It can be used on any computer and carried with you on a flash drive.
  16. You are likely buying complete garbage. I've had my K-66 headphones (40$) for around 6 years, they've been launched across the room with a leg by a wire, dropped, stepped on, etc and are still alive, and the sound is great. On topic: Try not to drop them and do not play loud music through them to prolong the life.
  17. You'd think mac would be supported more than a free OS.
  18. If it was incompatible (nonsense) then it wouldn't connect at all. depends how incompatible it is. If its outright then yeah it wont connect, if its jsut buggy incomptaible it will connect but be buggy as he described. As for the op don;t get snotty at me, you indicated you had a new laptop, but u didnt specify the wifi card it has, so there was no way I could of checked or known its age. Laptops often have ones tht r a good 4 or 5 yrs bkdated in them despite being brand new. So basically what you are saying is, that a b-g card can connect to N but will be buggy?
  19. If it was incompatible (nonsense) then it wouldn't connect at all.
  20. If he went as far as buying music he has all the rights to use it anywhere he wants, especially compared to people who torrent it/use limewire.
  21. Lol, there are many people in the world who will rip your head off for saying that.
  22. Which versions of which operating systems were tested? I can't help but notice two security notices and a warning message, leaving me to assume that you are referring to the following when you say to "note that the security warning is from the file itself and can be avoided." If that is so, then let's not skip by the fact that the user is ignoring the following two warnings. First, before the applet is run: [hide][/hide] And then the UAC warning about "update[Caution: Executable File]" from an "unknown publisher" at "C:\Users\DS\AppData\Roaming\update[Caution: Executable File]". [hide][/hide] For clarification, my question was never about rebooting before execution, but rather about execution after rebooting. A backdoor which is not run after a system reset is a rather poor backdoor indeed, practically useless on any system which is shut down regularly (assuming that your idea is to maintain access, rather than just execute once). Executing once is fine if you want to do something like have a one-time snapshot of a file, delete whatever you can, or download another executable. I'm assuming that this last point is what you were referring to when you mentioned that Unless I'm mistaken and you meant something else, would you care to expand a bit on just what allows any sort of permanency? As for not every user having something like NoScript, that was a general suggestion to Tiigon if he's really worried about malicious code running on his computer, rather than a claim that it would prevent this from working on every computer system in existence. Tested OS: Ubuntu, Fedora, Xp, Vista, 7. The first image is the logout warning. It appears when you execute the shutdown command (executed using the applet). Second is the applet itself, you can't bypass it, but many people will click on it anyways if it's supposed to be a fake chat, webcam or a game. For UAC, I already said that it can be bypassed. I'm not going into the howto but it can be done. For permanency, if I understood what you meant by that, the applet does NOT use any exploits, thus can't be patched.
  23. That's a problem... :ohnoes: Does anyone care to remind me why we are giving random java applets whatever rights the user might have? I don't know about anyone else, but I had to modify my security settings to allow Runescape's applet to store its cache files. Even assuming that this does work, where is this supposed backdoor installed to? Who is it run by? What makes it start when the system is rebooted? Use of things like NoScript allow users to prevent things like javascript, flash, java applets from running automatically when a web page is loaded, allowing the user to determine whether he or she trusts the web site in question. That's true, using noscript will prevent it from execution, but I have to remind you that not everyone has it. As for java and security permissions, for me and 3 of my virtual machines + other people who test my stuff clicking run is enough to make it work. Here's a proof of concept video: W7 downloading calc[Caution: Executable File] from the web, running it and also executing the shutdown command from a java applet. Note that the security warning is from the file itself and can be avoided. As for rebooting, it doesn't need to be rebooted. It's executed right on the spot.
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