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1  HP Info Terminal / F.A.Q. / Re: what is better way to defend? on: October 15, 2009, 03:05:28 PM
yet.

That is why i don't want to mess with groups ;)

BTW, how to make not bad money with adware? how much place them, and what when someone will spy on them while i don't whant to mess with anyone else..
2  HP Info Terminal / F.A.Q. / Re: what is better way to defend? on: October 14, 2009, 01:37:00 PM
as for the noob protect it is just that - people can come in look around and steal but cant do any damage to your existing files, then can however stop all of your missions and all of your research, and stop all programs running on your hard drive except a few special ones.

hmm.. and they can recover all logs if they have higher version of log undeleter than i have deleter?
3  HP Info Terminal / F.A.Q. / Re: what is better way to defend? on: October 14, 2009, 01:05:01 PM
but you forgot one important thing - bandwidth. the more you have the faster you rob - the faster you rob the quicker you disconnect and switch ip

Ok, i think i will go for log deleter. hmm.. thought that cpu makes robbery faster? or thx to bandwidth i can plant more viri's?

i think pass break and firewall bypass is the best, then you can get into spg group server and take evrything.
i think there will be better to concentrate time and money on one of those 3. Anyway thx for that advise to break in to some group server ^^ i was just making missions and i already had 3 or more guests :/ i rly don't need to mess anyone else or groups..

besides, how noob protection works? those guests were before i had even 1000 cpu and 8 bandwidth.. or it is working on such way, that someone can break in change logs, kill processes, but can't upload viri's or delete software?
4  HP Info Terminal / F.A.Q. / what is better way to defend? on: October 14, 2009, 08:16:59 AM
Hi, I have one quick question.
What is better if it comes to avoiding to get hacked?
What i mean is, what to research(only, i prefer to concentrate on one system then 2, or more):
firewall protection
password protection
or log deleter?
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