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#1007| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Sat Nov 02 2002 
Windows VPN software allows attacks
A buffer overflow in the implementation of Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) in the two operating systems allows attackers to cause any Windows 2000 or Windows XP servers to crash. Microsoft also warned of a bug in Windows 2000 that could allow an attacker to sabotage the system via a Trojan horse.
#1006| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Sat Nov 02 2002 
Start-up looks to beat LCD image
The San Francisco-based company has developed a new reflective screen technology using a microelectromechanical system (MEMS) device that the company calls "Interferometric Modulator," or "iMoD." The device could boost screen brightness to three times that of market-leading liquid-crystal displays (LCDs), while consuming less power in portable devices, according to the company.
#1005| source: by crossbow on Fri Nov 01 2002 
Ed and the gang move some more PR smoke outta of the way and give a simple explanation of Intel's Hyperthreading.
#1004| source: by crossbow on Fri Nov 01 2002 
Ram Prices On the Rise
Kyle and the Gang over at Hard|OCP have pointed out a growing trend in ram prices over the past month. They even pointed out a nifty little price chart/graph that updates daily. Man isn't the internet cool?
#1003| source: by crossbow on Fri Nov 01 2002 
A Brief...Case. (Guide)
Want to look cool at your next lan party? Impress the ladies at the bar? Save the DJ when his laptop goes up in smoke? Well then, you'll need elite portable power, and here's an article on how to do it!
#1002| source: by crossbow on Fri Nov 01 2002 
Albatron Ti 4200 Review
Another crazy feature packed Ti 4200. Makes you wonder...why in the #([email protected] aren't they doing this to the Ti 4600's?
#1001| source: by crossbow on Fri Nov 01 2002 
Mac Users Pull Out Their Dremels
Seems that people in the mac community are starting to get sick of all the glowy, white, translucent finishes of the G4 series. So what are they to do? Tear the whole thing apart and paint it black...or whatever color you want. Even some step by step instructions in the article.
#1000| source: Maximum3d, Amigo, and Crossbow by crossbow on Thu Oct 31 2002 
The 1000th Techbit!!!!
Well we've done it. Over 1000 url's of technology info, reviews, and general troubleshooting info.

Thanks to all the loyal readers who stop by everyday, its a pleasure writing little blurbs of info for you all.

Now we'll just have to see how quickly we can hit the 10,000 Techbit mark!
#999| source: by maximum3d on Thu Oct 31 2002 
Silent HSF Roundup
Today we put 4 silent heatsink fans together over at
#998| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 31 2002 
Shuttle SB51G Review
TR's back with another look at a shuttle barebone's rig. This one's got full SMT support.

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