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Free Hugo Boss Urban Rules Samples
Free Hugo Boss Urban Rules Samples

Free Hugo Boss Urban Rules Samples

Hugo offers you the opportunity to send a free postcard of one of the HUGO fragrances to your friends, or order a free sample for yourself.Notice: Click on the word "Samples" top right of there page.

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These postcards are a waste of time. Could someone tell me what you do with them other than put them in the recycling bin? I have stopped sending for them since I saw the grin on the postman's face when he shoved the last one through the letterbox :giggle:


[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff00ff]Advice:[/COLOR] Don't just type when entering credit card details, instead use the On-Screen Keyboard in XP. Find it by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories, Accessability. This will avoid you being keylogged.[/FONT][/SIZE]

Predikuesi

[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff00ff]Advice:[/COLOR] Don't just type when … [SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff00ff]Advice:[/COLOR] Don't just type when entering credit card details, instead use the On-Screen Keyboard in XP. Find it by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories, Accessability. This will avoid you being keylogged.[/FONT][/SIZE]



This is [COLOR="Red"]very[/COLOR] inaccurate. The Onscreen keyboard application that comes with XP (as well as most others) generate a standard key event that is interpreted by a target program. This key event is easily captured by a keylogger. If anything, it reduces the security you have, given the on-screen nature of it.

/me takes away Predikuesi's tin foil hat :P

MdSalih

Better still, keep your card numbers in a pass protected, zipped txt file. When you want to use them, open the file and copy n paste ;-)
I'd love to see a keylogger figure a c&p out.

MdSalih

This is [COLOR=red]very[/COLOR] inaccurate. The Onscreen keyboard … This is [COLOR=red]very[/COLOR] inaccurate. The Onscreen keyboard application that comes with XP (as well as most others) generate a standard key event that is interpreted by a target program. This key event is easily captured by a keylogger. If anything, it reduces the security you have, given the on-screen nature of it./me takes away Predikuesi's tin foil hat :PMdSalih



Don't be daft:giggle:

Scribbles

I'd love to see a keylogger figure a c&p out.



Key loggers aren't the only things that can maliciously track what you're doing at your computer. Screen capture/logging applications commonly exist too... so you open up that text file... it'll screen cap it.

Predikuesi

Don't be daft:giggle:



Do correct me if I've said something wrong.

MdSalih
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