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Old 02-04-2009, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: The Linux/Unix SysAdmin Covert File Storage Method Number 57

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How to, maybe, keep your own compulsions from getting you fired today. This post's trick (actually it's more of a gimmick - or a way any one of us has probably screwed up at some point in time ;) is fairly simple and, as is generally the case, inversely proportionate in complexity to the work I'm currently getting paid to do so my wife, kids and 5 animals don't go hungry.



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