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Re: Mindterm

On Sun, Aug 21, 2005 at 12:18:29AM -0400, Benjamin Seidenberg wrote:
> Many internet cafe's or kiosk computers (or school computers, *sigh*
> though they're a lot better than they used to be) prevent running
> executables from outside specific paths, and limit write access to
> those paths. Also, I've seen lots of kiosks that keep a browser in
> full screen mode, preventing access to anything other than the web. A
> java applet is the only viable solution in cases like these.

I've hacked a lot of those kiosks to run putty on them. It's really,
really hard to stop people from running arbitrary code on
windows. Most people can't even do it to people who *don't* have
terminal access.

Not that mindterm isn't still useful.

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