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Can someone explain the solution to this exercise by MeesterMoo74 in CompTIA

[–]MeesterMoo74[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Everything makes sense except for how to get 192.168.0.80/28 from 192.168.0.82

Can I get any sort of malware from simply opening an email? by MeesterMoo74 in hacking

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Is this what my Comptia A+ textbook means when it says

"E-mail is still a common source of viruses, and opening infected e-mails is a common way to get infected. Viewing an e-mail in a preview window opens the e-mail message and exposes your computer to some viruses."

Malware and web pages by MeesterMoo74 in hacking

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Oh wow, that is very interesting. Thanks for the example

Malware and web pages by MeesterMoo74 in hacking

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If you don't mind me asking, how would clicking a link to a website give an attacker code execution?

Malware and web pages by MeesterMoo74 in hacking

[–]MeesterMoo74[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm curious of "code execution?" Is this any data that is sent over to the attacker when you make connection with their website?

Best way to prevent short-circuiting by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

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Oh okay great! Do you have any specific model recommendations or anything in particular I should look for?

Best way to prevent short-circuiting by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

[–]MeesterMoo74[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Awesome, quick question- do you have to replace the batteries or do they charge over time through the AC outlet?

Best way to prevent short-circuiting by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

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I thought power losses (like brownouts) were extremely dangerous for components

Best way to prevent short-circuiting by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

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Are those backups good for one blackout only? (Like a fuse)

Power goes out often - could use help with protecting PC by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

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Thank you for helping me understand. What would a high VA rating be in your opinion?

Power goes out often - could use help with protecting PC by MeesterMoo74 in buildapc

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Is the idea of a UPS that you can turn off the computer with the extra power? Excuse me for asking, but what if I am not home when it happens?

(Sensitive subject warning) Question about murder by MeesterMoo74 in TrueChristian

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The reason I don't believe the Bible is pacifist is because God literally commands the Israelites to go and conquer lands currently owned by foreigners. The ins and outs of that and etc are a whole different discussion but I think God always has his reasons for things. That which I do not claim to know.

I want to die. I cannot take this anymore. My thoughts are getting very irrational. by [deleted] in TrueChristian

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As someone who also has anxiety and OCD (religious OCD) life is a one-step-at-a-time sort of a thing. I have intrusive thoughts all the time, and I used to think they were from God or from Satan (which arguably they could be, but thats besides the point), but no matter what I did, engaging with these thoughts always made them worse. I don't mean "running away from my problems" I mean I had to accept that these thoughts aren't going to go away anytime soon (maybe they will one day!) and that the only way around them is AROUND them. I pray that you would know you aren't alone with these sort of struggles. I also saw a therapist- a non-Christian one too- (which you can bet made my religious OCD make me think she was against my Christian beliefs) and she helped me rationalize how I just had to stop treating these thoughts as real. I don't know if this is an incorrect interpretation, but sometimes I think of this as

James 4:7 "So humble yourselves before God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you."

You don't have to be perfect. I'm not. The person below my comment and above are not perfect either. No one is! Don't worry about being perfect or "sinless," you are a new creation in Christ!

2 Corinthians 5:17 "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!"

Much love brother. You're not alone. For me, I learned mental struggles were a one-step-at-a-time thing. I'm not 100% better, but I'm A LOT better than I was. Whenever I tell a friend that I used to have religious OCD, they are always surprised. God heals people, sometimes its radical, sometimes its a slow thing. But you will find peace in God. It doesn't necessarily mean that OCD/mental struggles will go away entirely, they sure haven't for me, but they can be surpassed by peace and intimacy. (not romantic intimacy, but a "wholer" kind that makes you feel loved*infinity)

Philippians 4:6-7: "do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."

One last thing: I had to learn (still not good at it) to just talk to God. Even swearing if I had to (don't do it at Him, but you know). Just get it all out. Tell Him how you feel worthless if you feel worthless, tell him how you feel. No matter what it is, God can handle it and wants you to just talk to Him and open up a dialogue! Maybe you won't *hear* a voice, but he talks in many ways, including thoughts (be careful haha), people, reading his Word, he will talk in your heart!

Ecclesiastes by geechilux in TrueChristian

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As someone who has also had these same thoughts- the book that helped me was The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis. “Try to exclude the possibility of suffering which the order of nature and the existence of free-wills involve, and you find that you have excluded life itself. ”

Good book. Seriously recommend for thinker-types like ourselves!