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by: waraxe
Posted on: 04-05-2005 @ 09:03 pm

Well, i was setting up my new computer and it was taking from me ~ 2 weeks :)
Hardware set up was easy, i took less than 1 day, but think about all the software, all the utilities and stuff, i had on my old comp...
Anyway, here is my new comp spec:

Intel Pentium 4 3.2 GHz
Abit AG8-V mobo
1 GB 400MHz DualChannel RAM
GeForce 6600GT 128 MB PCE
19" LCD display 8 ms - Hunday Imagequest L90D+

I must say, that i'm pleased with new machine power, because the old one was 2.0 GHz Celeron with 256 MB RAM :)

And what's important - i have now decent permanent internet connection, so i can do all the stuff, i wanted to many time ago ...

By the way - new advisories and sploits are soon coming out from me, so stay tuned and watch the forums!

See ya :)

Last updated on 04-05-2005 @ 09:03 pm

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Comment By: shai-tan
(Posted on 04-09-2005 @ 08:05 am)

Comment: Im looking forward to the new Advisories. Havent been many in a while.

Comment By: waraxe
(Posted on 04-10-2005 @ 05:51 am)

Comment: Well, from 7. april 2005 I have been published SA#041: [url]http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/395132/2005-04-07/2005-04-13/0[/url] And there are 2 more advisories on hold now - they need some tests and i must contact with developers before publish :)

Comment By: shai-tan
(Posted on 04-12-2005 @ 03:42 pm)

Comment: Yes that is something I'd do. I know that there are many here who wouldnt though. But why put someone elses hard work to risk? They know where your website is as well so they'd come back on you. :)

Comment By: LINUX
(Posted on 05-13-2005 @ 06:50 pm)

Comment: good computer janek :)

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