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    Default Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    I got the feeling that this is just additional fixing. before it dropped out again I saw this:

    You might be right. I just remember that the first order of business once you've broken into a system is to give yourself a back door, therefore the first order of business when cleaning up the mess should be to find and remove said back door. The second being to find and remove the original entry point.

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    Has moved to latest VB so that might help there.

    PW's were salted but mails etc were plain. Folks might want to change a few things once they get a chance
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    I used a random generator for all my forum passwords after the Ubuntu site was hacked a while back. Even I can't remember most of them now and have to record them in a book offline.

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    Heyooo! Did you guys leave me any beer and crisps?

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    Oh yeah, as long as you like root beer There might be some Coors left but cold? maybe not so much.

    I thought you guys called them chips
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    I can bring some pie. Mmmm beer & pie, nom nom

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    So, what's "Candy" salmon?
    Basically bite size chunks of smoke salmon. Usually quite flavorful since they absorb more seasoning and smoke during the marinating & smoking processes. Best when eaten right out of the smoker while still warm and juicy chased by your favorite ale. Sometimes also called "Indian Candy" by the non PC white folks.

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    Default Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    Anyone of you guys noticing a wide range of completion time for various batch of MCM1 work Units? For the last couple days I have seen completion times ranging from 2 to 6 + hours with one as high as 8 hours.

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    I've had one which took almost 11hrs. The longer ones seem to get higher points/hr than the shorter wu's

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    I just squeezed out a 16 hour unit and a 14 and a half hour one with another due to hit about 16 hours and a 13 and a half hour one still cooking. I must need more fibre or something.

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