[Fri Aug 19 17:54:36 2022] index.cgi: CGI::param called in list context from /home/kevin/sites/csua.com/PRODUCTION/index.cgi line 78, this can lead to vulnerabilities. See the warning in "Fetching the value or values of a single named parameter" at /usr/share/perl5/CGI.pm line 415. Entry 53932 (Berkeley CSUA MOTD)
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 53932
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2022/08/19 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2010/8/23-9/7 [Computer/SW/OS/Windows] UID:53932 Activity:low
9/21    are you guys really all using win7 in some way now?
        \_ Yes.  In my company, we have upgraded all our machines for
           development, QA and other office use (HR, Finance, Receptions, etc.)
           from WinXP to Win7 a few months ago.  Our products now primarily
           support Win7/Win2008 and secondarily support WinXP/Win2003.
           \_ Any weird gotchas support-wise?
              \_ Yeah, the admin priviledge thing is strange.  Even when the
                 user logs on as local Administrator, his processes don't
                 always have admin priviledge.  We didn't see these problems
                 on XP.  -- PP
                 \_ You need to right-click theh app and run as administrator.
                    to e.g. use notepad to edit HOSTS file
                    \_ Ack. this... is... not...sudo...
                       \_ correct. this is not sudo. if you're using sudo with N\
OPASSWD:ALL=(ALL) ALL you're already kinda losing
           \_ Do cracked versions work or it's super hard to get one nowadays?
        \_ Using it at home. Plug'n'play works like a charm. So much better
           than the beta version (aka Vista).
        \_ I have it installed on my VMWare Fusion instance on my Mac.
        \_ Came with my laptop (x100e) so yes.
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