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answered How to create a RAM Drive (RAM Disk) in Windows 2008 R2?
Dec
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answered Setting up a chroot sftp on debian server
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Preventing brute force attacks against ssh?
Yes, that would be a problem if you were trying to rate-limit port 80. You're not connecting to ssh with your web-browser, and ssh sessions are long-lived sessions that maintain state, not short-lived stateless sessions like http. Parallelizing ssh sessions like that doesn't make sense. That's not to say that there isn't some niche use of ssh that this would break, but it's rare.
Dec
11
comment Is there a way to access Exchange accounts using IMAP - without changes to the Exchange server?
I use DavMail myself. I haven't used the IMAP part as my exchange server supports imap already, but the calendar part works well.
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
21
accepted LastCounter and LastHelp values of the performance registry are corrupted and need to be updated
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awarded  Beta
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asked LastCounter and LastHelp values of the performance registry are corrupted and need to be updated
Jun
11
answered Unable to run Django on Mac OS X
May
23
comment The perfect server room?
Orange receptacles are not, as a rule, dedicated. Orange indicates that they are isolated ground. Although, when I just checked [wikipedia][1] to verify this, they say that the color of the receptacle is no longer regulated, but receptacles with an orange triangle on them are isolated ground. Still orange receptacles are typically isolated ground, and red are used to indicate backup power. [1]: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NEMA_connector#Color_code
May
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answered Setting up a fake email address to trap spammers
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awarded  Teacher
May
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answered Preventing brute force attacks against ssh?
May
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answered What is a good SSH server to use on Windows?
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Sep
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answered How do I determine if my Linux box has been infiltrated?