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Re: Building a new PC using an really old computer

Hey guys. Because I live in a country which cost a lot to order from another county I search a bit and I try to figure out the cheapest and availiable things that I can buy. I want you to confirm me if this combination would perform normally. Here it is : 65euro HDD:Kingston SSDNow V200, 64GB, 2.5&q...
by samethings
on Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:53 am
 
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Building a new PC using an really old computer
Comments: 9
Views: 17282

Re: Building a new PC using an really old computer

Btw it`s three different pictures, I dont understand why you see only 1 , maybe try to change picture from the top "first" "Second" "third" options. The reason I ask this is because it`s really the first time I going to make a pc.There are loads of guides out there but ...
by samethings
on Tue Jul 17, 2012 12:01 pm
 
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Building a new PC using an really old computer
Comments: 9
Views: 17282

Building a new PC using an really old computer

Basically I have this really old pc and I decided to remove all the parts and make a new one. The case size is 13.5'' x 15.75''. The board that the mobo is supposed to fit is 10'' x 12.5''. So here I am, should I do this or not ? I dont want to make a super computer, I want to make a decent pc which...
by samethings
on Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:55 am
 
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Building a new PC using an really old computer
Comments: 9
Views: 17282

How important is mathematics to different kind of programmin

It`s been several years since I did something related to programming, so I am here to start all over again. The problem though it`s that I used to be good at maths, but not anymore. So I was wondering how important is mathematics when it comes to server/security side programming? Because I know as a...
by samethings
on Sat Jun 23, 2012 8:51 pm
 
Forum: Programming
Topic: How important is mathematics to different kind of programmin
Comments: 2
Views: 2550

Re: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...

Or do you know any other example that might give me to understand where this hash is used for. Lets say you created and were in charge of a database and one of the tables included user info. Within this table was a field called passwords. You wouldn't and shouldn't store the user passwords in plain...
by samethings
on Sat Jun 23, 2012 4:30 pm
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...
Comments: 11
Views: 13222

Re: too complicated to understand computer way

Thanks for the replies guys. I just want to add this on the post that today when I went into google I see they dedicate the site to Alan Turning

Is this the guy who invented this madness with zeros and ones ?
by samethings
on Sat Jun 23, 2012 4:13 pm
 
Forum: Programming
Topic: too complicated to understand computer way
Comments: 4
Views: 3642

Re: Introduce Yourself  Topic is solved

Wikileaks is a terrible thing. Pirate movies? Fine, but do not steal from the government, for the love of god. Pirate movies is indeed not fine... but the truth from the people that represent you is a must. I will agree that certain leaks that shouldnt be shown like the one with the soldiers shooti...
by samethings
on Sat Jun 23, 2012 6:00 am
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: Introduce Yourself
Comments: 1643
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Re: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...

What do you mean by that? If that`s the case then in what circumstances would someone encrypt it this way? To be clear, hashing and encryption are not the same. You do not 'encrypt' something with SHA1. You hash it. Encryption is reversible, hashing is not. I think an example is the best way to exp...
by samethings
on Sat Jun 23, 2012 5:54 am
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...
Comments: 11
Views: 13222

Re: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...

LoGiCaL__ wrote:Hashes are made to be irreversible.


What do you mean by that?
If that`s the case then in what circumstances would someone encrypt it this way?
by samethings
on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:26 pm
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Can anyone help me to decrypt this...
Comments: 11
Views: 13222

too complicated to understand computer way

Hey guys, I find it really complicated to understand the basics of programming language. I understand there are high/low level languages like c++, c, assembly... and many more. You use a compiler in order to compile to code into machine language (0`s and 1`s) 1 = on and 0= off in the thousands of mi...
by samethings
on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:17 pm
 
Forum: Programming
Topic: too complicated to understand computer way
Comments: 4
Views: 3642
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