[Web4lib] RE: CNN streaming video (UNCLASSIFIED)
DrewW at tc3.edu
Thu Feb 5 13:26:44 EST 2009
Thanks for more details. I did not see any pop ups or requests to install anything.
Wilfred (Bill) Drew, M.S., B.S., A.S.
Librarian, Systems and Tech Services
E-mail: dreww at tc3.edu
From: web4lib-bounces at webjunction.org [mailto:web4lib-bounces at webjunction.org] On Behalf Of Thomas Dowling
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> If you watched CNN's live streaming video of the inauguration you should
> read this report from Windows Secrets.
On 02/05/2009 01:01 PM, Wilfred Drew wrote:
> This is probably not true. My laptop is set up not to install
> anything in its normal mode. I have to log in with my admin
> account to make any updates.
See also discussion on
If you clicked "Yes" you A) installed Octoshape; B) began sending video
outbound on a port many employers crack down on; and C) agreed to fairly
Draconian EULA terms. All without really knowing you were doing it, in
all likelihood. If your Windows config really prevented that, lucky
you. A lot of users, sanely or not, run Windows with permissions that
let them install software.
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