1. Most databases have a utility to access the database: oracle uses sqlplus and sybase uses isql.I am not a sybase user, but this article from the defunct Sys Admin magazine might give you some ideas how to access the database:http://anselmo.homeunix.net/SysAdmi...Also, I recently answered a questionRead more

    Most databases have a utility to access the database: oracle uses sqlplus and sybase uses isql.

    I am not a sybase user, but this article from the defunct Sys Admin magazine might give you some ideas how to access the database:

    http://anselmo.homeunix.net/SysAdmi…

    Also, I recently answered a question about trapping the output from an oracle script:

    http://www.computing.net/answers/pr…

    You might be able to modify it to access sybase.

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  2. Informix works differently from oracle in that it doesn't require a user and password as arguments to the informix sql interface - dbaccess or isql. The user must be added to the dbaccess and granted the correct permissions. If your SQL is contained in a file.sql, you can probably do this: # UNTESTERead more

    Informix works differently from oracle in that it doesn’t require a user and password as arguments to the informix sql interface – dbaccess or isql.
    The user must be added to the dbaccess and granted the correct permissions. If your SQL is contained in a file.sql, you can probably do this:

    # UNTESTED
    dbaccess -e < file.sql

    But I choose to do it differently. I embed the sql within a Unix here document. Here is an example:

    http://www.computing.net/answers/un…

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  3. there are two ways to do it. First, you can try to do it using manual methods. Secondly, you can try using a software to do the job for you. Even if the Trojan can be hard to remove because they turn into hidden files on your computer, the following manual steps can help you manually remove the TrojRead more

    there are two ways to do it. First, you can try to do it using manual methods. Secondly, you can try using a software to do the job for you.

    Even if the Trojan can be hard to remove because they turn into hidden files on your computer, the following manual steps can help you manually remove the Trojan from your computer:

    Step 1: Identify the Trojan

    After recognizing a file infected with Trojan horse, it becomes easy to remove. Most of the time, your system will give you a DLL error, which is associated with the Trojan attack. You can copy the error and find out about the affected exe file online.

    Step 2: Disable the function of System restore

    If you forget this step, then it will restore the files you delete.

    Step 3: Restart the Computer

    When you restart, press F8 and then select safe mode to start your computer.

    Step 4: Go to Add or Remove Programs

    You will find this in the control panel. Then, you can remove the programs affected with Trojan horse.

    Step 5: Remove extensions

    To delete all files of a program, you should remove them from Windows System folder.

    When you have successfully done the provided procedures, you should restart your system in normal mode already. You can now use a Trojan virus free computer and just be extra careful next time not to be infected again.

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  4. *sigh* I have to wake up in 4 hours, and I can't fall asleep. Well, it's good news for you, 'cause my sleep addled brain is your gain!I wrote the following program in C, and it seems to work:#include <windows.h> int main() { ::SendMessage(0xffff, 0x319, 0, 0xE0000); return 0; }And apparently yRead more

    *sigh* I have to wake up in 4 hours, and I can’t fall asleep. Well, it’s good news for you, ’cause my sleep addled brain is your gain!

    I wrote the following program in C, and it seems to work:

    #include <windows.h>
    int main() {
      ::SendMessage(0xffff, 0x319, 0, 0xE0000);
      return 0;
    }

    And apparently you can use Python’s win32api.SendMessage to send the same message. I’d assume it would look something like this, but I don’t know because I don’t have Python installed:

    import win32api
    win32api.SendMessage(0xffff, 0x319, 0, 0xE0000)

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  5. Problem SolvedThe solution is:REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Group Policy Objects\{A711A0A8-6020-4FB1-A477-4E550E2FBE76}Machine\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\DeviceInstall\Restrictions" /v AllowAdminInstall /t REG_DWORD /d 1Thanks for reading :)

    Problem Solved

    The solution is:

    REG ADD “HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Group Policy Objects\{A711A0A8-6020-4FB1-A477-4E550E2FBE76}Machine\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\DeviceInstall\Restrictions” /v AllowAdminInstall /t REG_DWORD /d 1

    Thanks for reading 🙂

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