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Store SQL injection attacks in a database safelyview story

https://www.kubuntuforums.net – I am aware this is an unusual question, but I'm wondering if it's possible to store data containing SQL injection attacks in a database without altering the data to remove the offensive parts? Why? I am hoping to write data from my ModSecurity log file into a SQLite database, and then use that database to quickly select transactions that match a set of criteria (e.g. (HowTos)

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[Anand] Intel's Haswell-EP Xeons with DDR3 and DDR4 on the Horizon?view story

http://www.overclock.net –  "http://www.anandtech.com/show/8536/intels-haswellep-xeons-with-ddr3-and-ddr4-on-the-hor..." (Hardware)

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How to get the Edittextpreference on BroadcastReceiver?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – how do I get the text from my Edittextpreference to the BroadcastReceiver? I want to make BroadcastReceiver that get the text into a string variable in the extends BroadcastReceiver: this is my Prefs.xml(res/xml/Prefs.xml): <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <PreferenceScreen xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" > <EditTextPreference android:title=" (HowTos)

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Why can't I use tab expansion/auto-complete of shell variables with cd?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have setup a variable in .bashrc: export SOME_DIR=/path/to/some/dir Now, with ls I can type ls $SOME_DIR[tab] and the variable will be expanded, and I can then use tab for auto-completion when going deeper into the filesystem. However, if I try cd $SOME_DIR[tab] or cd $SOME_DIR/[tab], nothing happens. Why does this only work with ls? (HowTos)

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T-Mobile vs Verizonview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – I am on Verizon currently and am looking to switch to either T-Mobile to save money. I'm spending $200 a month on Verizon for 4 phones and a Wi-Fi hotspot with 12gb shared data. For $130 through 2015 on T-Mobile, I'll get 10gb for the phones and 3gb for the hotspot. After 2015, it will be the same except 12gb data for phones and $170 a month. Should I switch? (HowTos)

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Brain stickingview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – This is called "brain sticking". I tell you now, that every time you eat chicken, you will think of moonbogg. Its a technique for making someone remember something and its been called brain sticking. Let me know if it works. (Hardware)

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Write a driver for my boardview story

http://qt-project.org – Hi guys: I have a board which is AM335x starter kit. (HowTos)

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Need help on PCI-E 16x16 raiserview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Ive been looking for a long 16X PCI-E Extension cable but i cant seem to find one. Do..." (Hardware)

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Newbies advancedsettings.xmlview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hello, everyone!! So this is my first post. Currently, I've owned my amazon fire tv for about a week. I've installed not rooted XBMC gotham 13.2. I'm a complete newbie to say the least. Also, i've never written files or anything before this file. I noticed that allot of the information being passed around out on the internet, is for people who have some tech skills. (HowTos)

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S4 S Memo not able to record?view story

http://androidforums.com – Hi I just started using s memo on my samsung s4 and it seems great except for the fact that I always get this unable to record message. I'm running s voice Google now and nuance dragon mobile Any ideas? Attachment 75388 Attached Images 1411085627417.jpg (98.7 KB) (General)

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tar - updating an archiveview story

https://www.kubuntuforums.net – If I wanted to update archive created by tar -cf an_archive, how could I apply tar in the way that new files (not present in archive) are added and existing ones are updated? (HowTos)

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Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two?view story

https://www.linux.com – Fires may be easy to start, but putting them out is a different matter. Case in point: the Systemd inferno. What started a few weeks ago as a relatively straightforward controversy over an oft-debated technology Visit the VMware Tech Center has now virtually blown up in Linux fans' faces. The... Fires may be easy to start, but putting them out is a different matter. (Software)