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General Software Discussion / Re: Heuristic Antivirus
« on: March 16, 2009, 03:05 PM »
I agree it's nice to see password recovery tools flagged as potential viruses, I've also seen nod32 flag a lot of irc scripts and nasty bots coded for the linux bash shell while I've been downloading them for analysis onto a windows machine.

Spybot is strictly dictionary based as far as I'm aware,
and yes, you can do just a heuristic scan with nod32 - latest version for sure.  The easiest way to do so is to open up nod32, select computer scan, click on custom scan, click on setup, then on the left go to options - there you can disable everything but heuristics and advanced heuristics.

I haven't had any problems with NOD32 (viruses or annoyances with the nod32 software) in the past 2 years.  I highly recommend it.

this thread should be revisited to see what people are using still today
Apart from firebug I like to use colorpicker.  Unfortunately it only works in windows so I have to use a 3rd party app for that when I'm on linux.

I've never stopped to think about how many cool things you could do just with cron and a movie player...that is if you leave your speakers on when you go to sleep or if the computer had a way to turn them on.

Developer's Corner / Re: Need a custom CMS in PHP
« on: March 10, 2009, 06:19 PM »
I hear this question a lot and I have to agree - simple and cms don't seem to go in hand in hand...

Try this list to see if there's some you haven't tried.

Developer's Corner / Re: Free Hosting that allows Javascript?
« on: March 10, 2009, 06:15 PM »
I haven't even heard of a host that 'doesn't' allow javascript.  Free or not.  You would generally be more concerned of whether or not the user visiting your website has javascript enabled in their web browser since javascript runs on the client machine (the person viewing the website) and not on the server (where the web site is being hosted from)

I used to use tripod back in the day.
Little things like msn pages, myspace, etc.. I wouldn't consider those to be web hosts. 

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