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Google Chat Video doesn’t install…

Google Chat Video doesn’t install…

1) Exit Gmail. 2) Go to Start -> Run, and enter this command: “%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Google Talk Plugin” (note: this is for XP, the path may be slightly different on Vista) 3) An Explorer window will open. Delete the file “googletalkplugin_port”. 4) Log back into Gmail.

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How to Protect Your Wi-Fi Network from the WPA Hack

How to Protect Your Wi-Fi Network from the WPA Hack

WEP Wi-Fi security has been known as an easy-to-crack security protocol for a while now, which is why it was superseded by the more secure Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) standard. But now a PhD candidate studying encryption has found an exploit in the WPA standard…

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