LangaList Plus

Want Your Own Copy Of Every LangaList Ever Published?

The LangaList started in 1997: Over
the years, the format changed many times, but I’ve always tried to include
useful and interesting information— along with a few things that are just
plain cool or fun. With almost 100 issues a year for the last several years,
it’s added up to a hefty mini-library of information.

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Promising New Free Firewall!

Peter Whitman wrote:

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Another (Limited) Way To Prevent Internet Fraud

Some time ago, we discussed several
steps you can take and agencies you can use to help protect yourself from— or
react to— instances of Internet fraud. (See http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2000/2000-10-16.htm#7
)

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Killing “Add/Remove” Ghost Entries

Have you ever uninstalled a program
only to find it still listed under Control Panel’s "Add/Remove
Software" list? That ghost entry in "add/Remove" is an annoyance,
and impossible to delete by normal means: If you click it, and select Uninstall,
you simply get an error message.

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General DMA-dness Continues

When 150,000 readers start digging
for information on a  topic, you *know* they’ll turn up some interesting
stuff!

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… And Don’t Forget Win2K/NT

Although fewer LangaList readers use
Windows 2000 and NT than use Win98, the Win2K/NT crowd tend to make up in savvy
what they lack in raw numbers. 8-) Here’s a sample of what Win2K-using readers
dug up about DMA on their systems:

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All Your OE5 Problems Solved?

In the last issue, I wrote about
"Awesome Free Resource For Solving OE5 Problems." (See http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2001/2001-01-18.htm#5
). Well, two readers sent in mails that arrived within seconds of each other—
and they just may have one-upped me <g>:

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“NTLM” Security Problem

If you’re running  Office 2000,
Windows 2000, or Windows Me, there’s a problem in the "Web Client NTLM
Authentication" that you need to know about.

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Plus Edition In High Gear

The LangaList Plus! Edition got off
to an excellent start Monday. No, not a perfect start— there were some minor
glitches— but given that it involves three new versions of the newsletter and
a new web site, it went pretty well. <g>

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Awesome Free Resource For Solving OE5 Problems

Readers often ask how to back up
their Outlook Express files; others ask how to correct problems in OE itself.
Reader Mordy Cohen— in the process of solving his own problem— found a great
resource that addresses all those issues:

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