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RBoF

Postby Wafath on Mon Dec 15, 2008 7:20 am

It could be just my computer, but I can not connect to http://www.agnostica.com, to sign up properly for the Random Bag of Fun(tm).

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Re: RBoF

Postby Gav on Mon Dec 15, 2008 2:06 pm

Ah dang, I didn't think about that. Nate had to move me to a different server last night, and I guess he neglected to change the DNS on the Agnostica website along with Nukees.

I'm working from Livermore Lab today, which is exceedingly security-conscious, and can't access the site. So it'll have to wait until after work until I can fix it, unless I can get ahold of Nate before then.

In the meantime, you can go to http://www.nukees.com/agnostica/
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Re: RBoF

Postby Gav on Mon Dec 15, 2008 2:28 pm

Hmm... Actually, I just realized that if I first log in to a local Livermore server which allows a connection to a Berkeley Lab computer, from which I can *then* log into the Nukees site, I can fix the problem myself. Don't tell anyone, though.

And it's done. For some people, DNS IP re-lookup may not be instantaneous so it may take an hour or two before you see the site (and it may help to restart your browser/computer), but it should be working presently.

Thanks for the notification!
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Re: RBoF

Postby Javelin on Thu Dec 18, 2008 8:33 pm

Am I the only one who finds the two preceding comments rather disturbing?
main(i){putchar(340056100>>(i-1)*5&31|!!(i<6)<<6)&&main(++i);}
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Re: RBoF

Postby damp_dave on Thu Dec 25, 2008 7:36 am

Well, I don't. I've taken it as a matter of faith that someone with inside knowledge and enough motivation can "crack" any computer security setup, unless that setup is so stringent as to make the computer(s) in question mostly useless...

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