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The world's worst "IT-technician"?


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Oh, Henry! Did you ever get a reply to your question?

"What does a flickering red and black skull with the words 'Death of Hard Disk Drive now imminent' mean?"

:) :) :) Still, quite funny! :)
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Oh, Henry! Did you ever get a reply to your question?

"What does a flickering red and black skull with the words 'Death of Hard Disk Drive now imminent' mean?"

:) :) :) Still, quite funny! :)


I'm still waiting for some sage advice from him. Should be an interesting answer if he ever gives a one.
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Bernt forgot "Use the same password for everything". lol
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Bernt forgot "Use the same password for everything". lol

I seem to remember reading that one in there? Something about making it easier to remember?
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Yeah. It was "make your password something simple & easy to remember, like your pet's name"

I was talking about using the same password for every account. Like if your computer password, email passwords, online-game passwords, etc. are all the same.
That's a no-no. If someone cracks one, they've cracked them all.

At least Berndt doesn't say "make your password '1234'" or "the best password is 'password'"
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"Run an older version of Windows because hackers forget how to hack it..."

FYI - I am running 1.0 =D

LOL.

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Zorba, shouldn't you have used hazardous waste disposal when you threw that virus away?

He must have used those NBC suits while handling it. :bashhead: :rofl:

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Oh dear what a shame, he has taken his guest book off line so I can't write and tell him how grateful I am for his advice to so many others, as a computer hacker he has made my life so much easier. :yes:  (I sometimes wish I knew enough to be a hacker, so many people I could get my own back on :D  )


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