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UrlSnooper / UrlSnooper & WinPcap 4.01beta
« on: November 13, 2007, 10:47 AM »
Hello!

I guess developers of UrlSnooper are aware of the following information but, if not, here it is :

WinPcap's version installed with UrlSnooper 2.20.01 is version 4.01beta. It appears that WinPcap v.4.01 has a security issue. I don't know if this issue includes v.4.01beta, but whatever, here are the links :

1- Security flaw concerning WinPcap v.4.01 : http://www.heise-sec...ity.co.uk/news/98879
2- Availability of WinPcap v.4.02 : http://www.winpcap.o.../install/default.htm

Bye for now :)


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Living Room / Re: how do you represent 'time' in your head?
« on: October 21, 2007, 02:42 PM »
A very interesting topic, and very interesting comments. Ralph Maximus and nontroppo in particular have amazed me with descriptions Slightly above my skills but still accessible. Reminds me a book of a French physician called Charon, who wrote a book called in French "L'esprit, cet inconnu". I have no idea if it's been translated, but it had developments concerning space and time, as the example of the "particule élémentaire ("elementary particle"?) of which we may know either the directio, or the speed, but not both...

Ralph, perhaps have you read this article, http://www.telegraph...10/10/scitime110.xml, which proposes the 2T theory (4 dimesions of space  + 2 dimensions of time) in what is titles "Are we missing a dimension of time?" ?

This is a real pleasure reading you all.

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Living Room / Re: The Abrupt Goodbye
« on: October 18, 2007, 03:16 PM »
The blind man tells the woman he loves her perfume 8)

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Hello tomos, thanks for your "bienvenue", which is perfectly correct :Thmbsup:
I read many very interesting topics in the Living-room, nice to see more than only computing and technology!

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Living Room / Re: how do you represent 'time' in your head?
« on: October 17, 2007, 07:37 PM »
Ask my brains, they must know better than I. My perception of time does exist, but I have no idea how I represent it to myself. To answer that question, the only reference I see is in what may feed and drive my thoughts when I try to guess what time it is. I think that I try then to grasp a feeling based on something I feel I know, I feel is known, like when you slap hands in the rhythm. I think I represent time by trying to evaluate the drift of an automatism. Strangely enough, more I try to evaluate it, further I get from the right answer. But I do have to evaluate a minimum. Like in poetry, take your time to feel, but question those feelings quickly, otherwise our thoughts parasitize the mystery of the revealed perception ... "I know I know this face, but from where" ...
It's getting late :D

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Living Room / Re: How much RAM do you have on your PC?
« on: October 17, 2007, 07:19 AM »
1Gb here, and I seldom use more than 50%. I must say I have a good memory manager, O&O's CleverCache.

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Living Room / Re: poll: how old are you?
« on: October 17, 2007, 07:10 AM »
A very equally distributed population!

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Hello everyone! My  name is Michel (that's Michael in English), I'm a Frenchman living at this time in France, will be 54 on Halloween (yep, I'm a 10/31 Scorpio!), officially a translator, but I still get to touch broader horizons... I discovered this friendly community of yours (of mine?) via the famous Process Tamer software, which enlightens my processor!

A very big  :) to all!

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ProcessTamer / Re: Start with Windows, but as a Registry Run
« on: June 08, 2007, 02:00 AM »
CodeStuff Starter, as far as I'm concerned. A very handy piece of software! :up:

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ProcessTamer / Re: Start with Windows, but as a Registry Run
« on: June 07, 2007, 08:49 AM »
tomos, a general security issue, no more. My security configuration notifies me of any change in the Registry, but not in the Start menu. In the case of ProcessTamer, it's related rather to a habit than to a security issue, of course. Also, as a slight maniac, I have preferences which are not always rational :D

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ProcessTamer / Re: Start with Windows, but as a Registry Run
« on: June 06, 2007, 03:28 PM »
OK, app103, thanks. If I asked it is also because I have noticed in the past that changing the launch of certain programs from the Start Menu to the Registry (User or Machine) made them fail to start normally. If I have the choice as you described it, hence I understand ProcessTamer may be then launched from Registry, fine.

Sorry for my slightly complicated formulation, that of a Frenchman :D

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ProcessTamer / Start with Windows, but as a Registry Run
« on: June 06, 2007, 03:15 PM »
Hello,

Should I choose to have a program start with Windows, I prefer when possible to have it launched from within the Registry than from the Start Menu. In the case of ProcessTamer, what is the best Registry section, "Registry - User Run" or "Registry - Machine Run" (after having of course disabled "Start with Windows" in Configuration) ?

Thanks :)

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Hello everyone,

My name is Michel (Michael in English), frenchman living now in Tours, France. I've heard so many good things about ProcessTamer on Betanews.com that I decided to try it. Comments seem up to now to be true: ProcessTamer appears to work just fine on my old 1.6GHz system. I have a 6 month key, but looks like I'm heading for a donation. Need more time.

Cheers, :)

 

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