||You know that would actually make sense if ping wasn't in Windows. Oh, and I know you're stupid and are going to look. It's not in the Start menu and there's no icon. Try running the command prompt from the start menu and ping yourself.
We've gone over this before. I'd be damned if I were going to fall for your little 'ping' trick. You know as well as I do that, barring the obvious fact that my computer is free from illegal software, P.I.N.Ging from my own command shell line would bypass any filter I have in the form of the Windows XP Firewall, and target my system directly. Gullible, I am not.
It would have a hard time connecting to much if it didn't. Why not check out your "ping rate" at such sites as www.dslreports.com?
Hey, great idea. While I'm at it, why don't I just drive down to the precinct now and turn myself in? Yes, yes, superb idea. I'm sorry, Mr. Anonymous, but I, unlike many, will not fall for your obvious, subtle traps.
Must be some third party program or hack. Or maybe you just found out how to display the status bar.
And damn glad I did. I know a .mil site when I see one, and don't ever think you can trick me into hacking into the military's secret internet subnet protocol throughput.
Why don't you use a real software firewall like ZoneAlarm or the award winning BlackICE. It's far more feature rich than the shitwall in XP.
My Windows XP firewall keeps logs of all the attacks made against it, and it's damn good. It certainly stopped you from hacking into my system registry on more than one occasion. You can attack Microsoft's award winning software all you want, but being bitter just because it prevents you from having fun with people just as innocent as myself is no way to feel.
Yes everyone wants to replace their firewalls with desktops running Windows and everything under the sun like Media Player just so they can have the XP firewall. CAn you say duh? I knew you could.
Uh, who wouldn't? I'll tell you what, if I was a poor soul running one of the other renegade (but still quasi-legal, unlike Lunix) operating systems like *BSD, I'd rather be on the Microsoft court enjoying full motion video powered by hardware acceleration in Microsoft's prestigious Media Player. The firewall, don't even get me started. A click in your network properties and it's configured. Try doing that with your "pico" bullshit.
I 404 the file? I file not found the file?
Why do you think the file is file not found in the first place? Because you 404ed it, dumbass.
Second, all webserver log IP addresses. They also log your broswer, time/date, etc.
Maybe your Open Sores one does. That's the downside to the whole Open Sores movement. Misfits and hackers like you can take the illegal sauce code to a program like Apache and modify it to store personal information without the user knowing. I really hope you rot in the fiery pits of hell for what you do to your "visitors." Poor souls.
All the HTTP error messages fall under the specifications of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Yeah, right. That's why I always see "500 Internal Server Error - Apache/1.3.23 Server at website Port 80." I never see "Microsoft IIS at website Port 80." No sir. So much for your "specifications" - maybe you Open Sores advocates can go back and fix your own buggy sauce code. You've got a long, long way to go to catch up to IIS.
Seriously, arguing with you is like arguing with a brick wall. Clearly reason and intelligence is beyond you, but anyone following this discussion has already picked up on that from yourself.