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Teenagers Jailed For Criminal Version of Facebook

tris203 Re:Arrested for What? (122 comments)

interesting that he only has a 20gb harddrive, where have you based this fact on?

From the very first page of the TrueCrypt website:

A possible plausible explanation for the existence of a partition/device containing solely random data is that you have wiped (securely erased) the content of the partition/device using one of the tools that erase data by overwriting it with random data (in fact, TrueCrypt can be used to securely erase a partition/device too, by creating an empty encrypted partition/device-hosted volume within it)

This means you could explain that it is secure wiped sensitive data (bank statements, passwords, income tax etc), and that is also why you have truecrypt installed

more than 3 years ago
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Upgrading From Windows 1.0 To Windows 7

tris203 Re:amd64 (499 comments)

its looks like his hot pink background was preserved in some sense

more than 3 years ago
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Eye-controlled Laptop Presented At CeBit

tris203 wouldnt work (43 comments)

the cursor would get in the way of any porn.

although, it would stop those stupid mouse over ads, just never look at them!

more than 3 years ago
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Google Censors "Piracy Terms" From Instant Search

tris203 Re:Not a big deal (246 comments)

however they will return suggested results for

"how to pirate music"
and
"how to annoy the RIAA"

more than 3 years ago
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Google Censors "Piracy Terms" From Instant Search

tris203 Unfair (246 comments)

I’m sure rapidshare won’t be very happy about this

especially considering
mediafire
filedude
fileape and many many other file sites still work

more than 3 years ago
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RapidShare Threatens Suit Over Piracy Allegations

tris203 Re:Don't Ask, Don't Tell (183 comments)

They will be presuming that all copyrighted files get reported

more than 3 years ago
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How Often Should You Change Your Password?

tris203 bruteforce (233 comments)

if you are confident your password will not be on a wordlist, and you know the encryption technique. every "less than the time take to bruteforce the password should the has be obtained", however frequently that is. If your password is "aaaa" youll be changing it every 10 seconds

more than 3 years ago
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Sex Drugs and Texting

tris203 website (287 comments)

please note, the link to increase was the social networking site facebook. i wonder if the link also applies to adult friend finder. i would suggest not.

more than 3 years ago
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Facebook Implements 'Download Your Profile' Option

tris203 Re:No security concerns here... (114 comments)

and if they are in your account, then they can just re-enable the option? unless there is an external factor, oh wait there already is, email...

more than 3 years ago
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ATMs That Dispense Gold Bars Coming To America

tris203 number (482 comments)

how many 0's are in a bullion?

more than 3 years ago
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Texting On the Rise In the US

tris203 contracts (468 comments)

surely most unlimited/high limit text contracts are encouraging this rise

about 4 years ago
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The Shoddy State of Automotive Wireless Security

tris203 Re:Turn off the brakes (260 comments)

I can put a whole in your brake line and get the same results

a whole what?

more than 4 years ago
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The Shoddy State of Automotive Wireless Security

tris203 car jacking (260 comments)

how about a scam where the type pressure reading is intercepted to make the car tell you the tyre is flat. you get out to check and get car jacked?

more than 4 years ago
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10,000 Cows Can Power 1,000 Servers

tris203 how long (221 comments)

until animal supporters say it should be the cows choice if its manure is used to generate power..

more than 4 years ago
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Microsoft Warns of Windows 7 Graphics Flaw

tris203 Re:Oh, sure, fine... (262 comments)

why have you given the colors anticlockwise?

more than 4 years ago
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Google To Answer Your Questions Directly

tris203 Re:I tried... (145 comments)

If you actually try this, then you get the wikipedia article for "division by zero".

personally i get the wiki article on RAID. but I don't know if that's because I am signed into iGoogle, so its personalized.

more than 4 years ago
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New Hardware Models Highlight Nintendo's No-Transfer Policy

tris203 drm (116 comments)

reminds me on the PS3 market place stuff up. where games stored achievements per console not per player.

more than 4 years ago
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FBI To Prosecute "Money Mules"

tris203 Re:Huh? Have the cake or eat it, make up your mind (215 comments)

"smart people because they don't fall so easily for con artists. "

Intelligence has little to do with getting conned.

you can con a stupid man you can con a smart man but you cant con an honest man.

more than 4 years ago

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Kinect Causes Xbox 360 RROD

tris203 tris203 writes  |  more than 3 years ago

tris203 (1768578) writes "According to the BBC "Online gaming forums have also been buzzing with accounts of consoles showing the Red Ring of Death shortly after plugging in Kinects."
It is well known that the RROD is usually caused by overheating your GPU. Does the Kinect work the GPU more than say COD or other graphically intense games? Or is it just coincidence that the hours and hours everybody is spending playing with the new Kinect they got for Christmas is causing overheating from prolonged use.
Microsoft say neither, and “Any new instances of the three flashing red lights error are merely coincidental""

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