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Wow lol a flaw in Windows 2000. Well nobody uses it now anyways so I guess it wouldn't really matter.

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i had my pc cleaned out yesterday. they installed win 2000. i used to have 98. btw-i'm kind of computer illiterate. alot of things are missing now that i'm back on line. when we try to play on line games, it says it requires internet explorer and windows. i though that's what i had. also, there is no game icon,as well as a few others, on my front page anymore. is this how 2000 works or am i doing something wrong here?

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I make restore points before I upgrade anything like this, but I still worry about upgrading too much and messing something up. So, is it better to upgrade computer drivers or leave them alone if they're working fine?

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Also, don't forget injection into the executable path! Even without using cmd.exe there are a number of dangers here. Many applications allow the file to be executed to be specified by the attacker (crazy I know). Validation is difficult because Java passes a lot of strange

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Well this is the time when people are switching to Windows 7 from Xp and vista. A very rare no. of people are still attached with window 2000, so it would not be much concerning.

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