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Kistaro Windrider, Reptillian Situation Assessor

Unfortunately, I Really Am That Nerdy

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  • 09:51 @Byzil Update your display drivers. If that fails, either your video card is actually hosed, or you have a stick of slightly bad RAM. #
  • 10:08 @Byzil STOP 8E means that a kernel mode driver (nv4, in this case) created an error and then didn't handle it; all the OS can do is give up #
  • 11:06 Yet another joyful morning of a corrupt Outlook days file. Office team, this is unacceptable. #
  • 14:46 The microwave in the office at work has been labeled with braille tape. Given the blind guy who works on this floor, why not months ago? #
  • 17:19 The joy of testing: writing a small useless program as a debugger target w/ sarcastic variable names (distinguished only by capitalization). #
  • 21:37 @cryptodragon If I had to guess about an attack vector, I'd suggest the password processing system. The speed of attack was Furaffinity's. #
  • 21:39 Incidentally, the history of security breaches is why FurAffinity is one of those sites I make damn sure uses a thoroughly unique password. #
  • 21:41 So let me repeat that, public service announcement: All FurAffinity users: Change passwords on all services that shared a password with FA. #
  • 21:42 @palshife It depends, for me. Most low-priority forums get the same password. Anything more major? Password vault and random pronouncables. #
  • 21:45 Currently watching Nova's show on the Dover Bitchslap (Kitzmiller vs. Dover, Intelligent Design case); it's excellent. Yay for Netflix. #
  • 21:48 @ridayah Current evidence is that an exploit was found and used that produces a user's password. 2 users hit, but assume entire P/W DB taken #
  • 22:24 @Palshife @SeverusCoil By default, anyway. I tend to find half-conversations interesting, so I see it all-for example, Palshife's message! #
  • 22:35 I use Ilium Software eWallet, but that's just because of my PocketPC addiction. KeePass Portable installs to a USB key, I believe. #
  • 22:48 @nidonocu Best I can suggest is @EverNote, which isn't a password manager, it's a fully searchable note database. #
  • 23:00 @EverNote Hey EverNote people, @nidonocu wants some sort of auto fill for password management. Pretty complex; on your radar long term? #
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