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You canuse PHP to make pdf files: http://www.sitepoint.com/print/1225 And here is a discussion on using PHP to make images: http://www.ozoneasylum.com/Archives/...12-000478.html Here is the php.net's page on the image funcitons: http://se.php.net/image...
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    You canuse PHP to make pdf files: http://www.sitepoint.com/print/1225

    And here is a discussion on using PHP to make images:
    http://www.ozoneasylum.com/Archives/...12-000478.html

    Here is the php.net's page on the image funcitons:
    http://se.php.net/image
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    he he, ur ISP: Aisa Pacific Network something.. (admin needs to make sigs, visible in reply page)... thats not My ISP... and yes it is detectable coz a couple of those nice "Your comp is a security risk" pages have found it

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    Yeah, if you check my info.php page that I posted on the first page of this topic, it will probably detect your ISP. It's a matter of referral through the whois database.

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    I put "file:\\localhost\C:\" in my internet explorer browser in a winxp box, and the contents of the C drive came right up. Getting to the user files would be a bit trickier since the remote application would have to know which user of the machine is logged in. If they could do that, then the input would be

    "file:\\localhost\C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents"

    Long winded 'url', huh?

    Note the backslashes, people. Windows uses back slashes and not forward slashes like *nix systems do for paths.

    Cheers.

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    it seems that mesbaba8 is good!!!His "solution" is better because it showed me my curent os and browser.The dolda2000`s link couldn`t do that, because i use a proxie, and couldn`t get through it.But his link gave some good detailed information about what ports are blocked - because i can`t connect to another server.
    By the way, do you know how i can go through this proxie so i can use dc++ and other things like that? I can tell you that it didn`t work with Httptunnel or Hopster...

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    Printing that info is just a matter of printing out the User-Agent header from the HTTP request. I just didn't bother to, since I only made that page to prove the concept, not to make "the ultimate information page"... =)

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    ie security

    just a quick point its worth setting opening IE and setting all of the security options that are enabled to prompt. lots of questions but then you know exactly whats happening.

    talking about vbscript. If you're using windows and have excel installed. turn your security level down. well set anything about activex to prompt and then goto

    http://isca-solutions.co.uk/extras/d...xcel_graph.htm

    enter some name sin the sales person boxes and some numbers in the sales figures.

    It will create an instance of excel on your pc. add a new workbook. insert some data into the spreadsheet. create a 3D pie chart from it and then rotate it 720 degrees.

    Aah the security of windows. don't you just love it!

    This is a page I made to help teach the power of vbscript on an intranet style system and highlight the security flaws. as vbscript is vbscript. if this can run then it could delete your boot.ini - up the creek no paddles - not even a blummin boat!
    No trees were harmed during the creation of this message. Its made from a blend of elephant tusk and dolphin meat.

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    In "http://www.danasoft.com/vipersig.jpg", vipersig.jpg is actually a CGI program that get info about your browser and calculate for which ISP is assigned your external IP (after NAT) and on the fly generate the jpg image and write it back as response to your HTTP request.


    Have fun.



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    problem is with XP if you dont have the patch installed a website can delete
    an entire folder through IE
    because IE is enbeded in windows
    your file broswer Windows Explorer is IE
    type a url in where you would nornall type C:\Windows and see what happens
    firefox has a bit more security to it
    also IE has to have Server rights to access the internet
    FireFox dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechJD
    your file broswer Windows Explorer is IE
    type a url in where you would nornall type C:\Windows and see what happens
    firefox has a bit more security to it
    also IE has to have Server rights to access the internet
    FireFox dont
    Explorer.exe and iexplore.exe are different, though they share certain library features. That's not unusual in itself. I can type /home/username into FF and it shows my local files just fine. I can type local or remote addresses into Konqueror or Nautilus in the same way that Explorer or IExplorer work. They all handle different protocols relatively easily--that's just convenience. It seems much more complicated than you describe it. What is the Server rights thing you are talking about, anyway?

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