Here is what i have to do Create Class CSalary with private member variables string m_strProfession double m_dSalary Constructors:Default,Copy,Explicit Functions: 1/string GetProf(void),double GetSalary(void) 2/SetProf(const string val),SetSalary(const double val) 3/Output(ostream&) and Input(istram&) 4/Operators:<<,>>,=,==,<,double operator*(const CSalary&obj) Create Class CCalcCorr with private member variables: vector<CSalary>m_vCity1//data for city 1 vector<CSalary>m_vCity2//data for city 2 double m_dCorr//correlation coefficient Constructors: Explicit by data filenames string fNmae1,string fName2 CCalcCorr(const string& strFileName1,const string& strFileName2) <profession> <salary> Web Developer 5000 Functions:/I want help for these functions/ Colculate correlation coefficient btw 2 vectors in m_dCorr and return it in dCorr.Return false if can't calculate Formulas: Corr=SUMxy/sqrt(SUMxxSUMyy) where : SUMxx = SUM(City1City1)-SUM(City1)SUM(City1)/n …

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I continuously get this warning whenever a constructor delegates to another constructor within the containing type, having virtual bases. `warning C4100: '$initVBases' : unreferenced formal parameter` It's the same warning as when a parameter or local goes unused, it in this case it seems to be referring to the virtual bases to initialize, but in this case, still makes no sense. I'm using Visual C++ Compiler 12.0.

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A 22 year old vulnerability, yes you read that right, has been discovered which some security experts suggest could be bigger than Heartbleed. The bug, reported as '[CVE-2014-6271:remote code execution through bash](http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q3/649)' relates to how environment variables are processed: with trailing code in function definitions being executed independently of the variable name. This can be exploited remotely with code injected into environment variables across the network. The GNU Bourne Again Shell (Bash) command interpreter is widely used, to put it mildly, and as such is being treated as a critical security risk to Unix and Linux systems. Which means it …

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Following on from the news that an eBay password database has been compromised, and universal advice from security experts that users should now change their passwords, one thing has been loud clear: the total lack of that password change requirement from eBay. Sign into eBay and there is nothing to say stop, change your password. There has been no email sent to registered users urging them to make the change. In fact the only I've read of it have come from news stories in which they state that eBay are 'urging users to change their passwords' but truth be told …

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hey guys so im getting > Notice: Undefined index: spouse-salutations in D:\Xampp\htdocs\EMS2\add_contact_process.php on line 18 > Notice: Undefined index: spouse-state in D:\Xampp\htdocs\EMS2\add_contact_process.php on line 24uoted Text Here > Notice: Undefined index: child-salutations in D:\Xampp\htdocs\EMS2\add_contact_process.php on line 30 > Notice: Undefined index: child-state in D:\Xampp\htdocs\EMS2\add_contact_process.php on line 36 and its really frustrating because $spousesalutations = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['spouse-salutations']); $spousestate = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['spouse-state']); $childsalutations = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['child-salutations']); $childstate = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['child-state']); I think it has something to do with how my page works. my page is a contact form page that has all the general : name email etc and two radio buttons one with label "Spouse …

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Hi, I checked error log and found following php errors/warning, 1) File CODE: <a href="http://<?php echo $esrow_off['fld_company_url']."".stripslashes()?>" target="_blank"><img src="<?=$domain_url?>/admin/partnerimages/<?=$esrow_off['fld_partners_image']?>" border="0" height="42" /></a> PHP error / Warning: [17-Jun-2013 23:31:59 Europe/Minsk] PHP Warning: stripslashes() expects exactly 1 parameter, 0 given 2) File CODE: $esq_row2=mysql_fetch_array(mysql_query("select * from esb2b_products where es_id=$id")); [16-Jun-2013 00:29:51 Europe/Minsk] PHP Warning: mysql_fetch_array() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given Why i am having these errors/ warning? what is the solution. I will be thankful to you. Regards, King

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Hello, I am a web developer who is having a hard time trying to get my scripts to connect to my new web host. The script works perfectly on my localhost (I'm using XAMPP) but once I try to use it on my web host, I get the following error: Access denied for user 'ljvnxryi'@'server.nocdirect.in' (using password: YES) I have changed all the information to what has been supplied by the web hosters but it is still not working. The strange bit is; If I use a username/password combination (one specific) which was not given to me by the hosters, …

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A warning to other companies who are considering taking part in any strategy/ networking meetings organised by IBDG: Our firm signed up for IBDG’s IT Directors Strategy Meeting, scheduled for February 2010, under the impression that we were dealing with a well respected and professional company and thus wanted to take advantage of the networking opportunity that the meetings on offer would provide. We were dismayed however with the immediate bombardment by the sales team once we had shown initial signs of interest in the proposed meeting. After constant pressure and unscrupulous sales tactics we were forcefully encouraged to sign …

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Hi, i'm trying to make 3 different input scenarios using argv. In the code below where there is just one input so when it is argv[0] the calendar for this month comes up, when it is argv[1] so when there are two inputs, it will printout the calendar for the whole year and when it is argv[2] it will printout the calendar for a specific year and month. but i'm getting this warning error at (int year = argv[1]) and (int month = argv[1]) and (int year = argv[2]) and i'm not sure where to start fixing it: int main(int …

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when i start my computer i get a empty messagebox named Explorer.exe. this is very annoying, can u suggest me what causes the problem? or any solution to get rid of this.

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Hi there, I created a basic website running off Wordpress. I then customized the theme. The website is up and running, fully functional. But now when I try to login to the Wordpress dashboard to edit the pages, I see a blank white page with this error: Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/66/10888366/html/wp-content/themes/neuro/functions.php:358) in /home/content/66/10888366/html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 875 Any ideas?? Thanks in advance!

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UK home shopping pioneers Lakeland have sent an email to all customers past and present to warn them that the retailers website has been hacked. What Managing Director Sam Rayner calls a "sophisticated and sustained attack" took place late on Friday 19th July. Measures were taken at the time to block that attack and repair the system, however the ongoing investigation has revealed that two encrypted databases were compromised. In that email to customers, Rayner states that the company has been "unable to find any evidence that the data has been stolen" but nonetheless has taken immediate action to delete …

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Users of online banking services are at risk from a new 'in the wild' Trojan, Hesperbot, which has been discovered by the ESET malware research lab. Researchers have found that infections of users in Turkey are currently most rife, with users in the Czech Republic, Portugal, Thailand and the United Kingdom also falling victim along with smatterings elsewhere. Victims in the Czech Republic, so it would seem, have been hardest in terms of financial loss with ESET claiming that people hit by Hesperbot in this region have "lost significant amounts of money as a result". Hesperbot is spread using very …

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Hi! Back again with two new errors... Saved as text files Deprecated: Function session_unregister() is deprecated in /home/content/13/11394913/html/logout.php on line 15 http://www.universal-abundance.com/logout.txt Ln 15 is a blank line! Deprecated: Function eregi() is deprecated in /home/content/13/11394913/html/join.php on line 52 http://www.universal-abundance.com/join.txt Ln 52 } elseif(!preg_match("/^[_\.0-9a-zA-Z-]+@([0-9a-zA-Z][0-9a-zA-Z-]+\.)+[a-zA-Z]{2,6}$/i", $_POST['email'])) { Thanks! L-D

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We would like to know how to remove a message, a "Warning" that someone put on our churches presentation Acer computer. The computer is running perfectly, using Power Point as the program to put up the slides on the front display. The computer doesn't have an administrator login so that others can mess with the computer. Any and all replies appreciated. We do know that there is a way to use a path from a word processor to put a line of information on the startup or login screen. I just need a step by step procedure to learn how …

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Just as your average Joe starts to 'get' the importance of online security, and that means using anti-virus software, so the bad guys start exploiting this new found understanding by flooding the Internet with fake AV products. [attach]16913[/attach]Security researchers at [URL="http://www.sophos.com"]SophosLabs have today identified a major new fake anti-virus software campaign[/URL] which is threatening to flood the Internet with malicious security products. The widespread spam campaign is designed purely with one goal: to get the unwary recipient to open HTML files attached to the messages which then redirect web browsers to hacked sites that come complete with a malicious iFrame …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22213[/ATTACH]You may not be a big fan of Microsoft, but you wouldn't expect your computer to be held to ransom by the company would you? In recent months it has become quite commonplace, at least across Europe, for scammers posing as Microsoft technical support staff to 'cold call' people on their landlines and warn them that their computers have become infected with some nasty malware and offer to walk them through the solution to rid them of this imaginary infection, for a fee of course. They get you to visit a link that gives them control over your computer, and …

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` <script type="text/javascript"> function category(cid) { if(cid !="") { $('#process').show('slow'); $.post('<?php echo BASEDIR ?>/ajax.php',{action:'search_subcategory_by_category_for_advsearch','cid':cid}, function(data) { $('#process').hide('fast'); // $('#process'); $("#scid").html(data); } ); } } function subcategory(scid) { if(scid!='') { $('#process2').show('slow'); $.post('<?=BASEDIR?>/ajax.php',{action:'select_template_by_subcategory_for_refine','scid':scid},function (data) { $('#process2').hide('fast'); $("#specification").html(data); }); } } </script> <div class="lftpanel"> <div class="fl"><img src="<?=BASEDIR?>/images/browse_left.jpg" width="7" height="36" /></div> <div class="brow_bg">Refine Your Search</div> <div class="fl"><img src="<?=BASEDIR?>/images/browse_right.jpg" width="7" height="36" /></div> <div class="cb"></div> <div class="lft_cate_block"> <div class="pdng10lft pdng10top"> <form name="advSearch" id="advSearch" action="<?=BASEDIR?>/advance_search_result_redirect.php" method="get"> <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="refine_tbl"> <tr> <td>Title :</td> </tr> <tr> <td><input type="text" name="title" id="title" class="input_srch_small" style="width:192px !important;" value=""></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Price Range :</td> </tr> <tr> <td><input name="price_start" id="price_start" type="text" class="input_srch_small" onblur="if(this.value=='') …

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Why has it taken six years for someone to take a contract out on my life? Or, more accurately, for a scammer to send me an email demanding payment of a bribe in order for him to cancel a supposed contract. The first hitman scam was spotted almost exactly six years ago in December 2006, and transported from email to the world of SMS mobile phone texting a couple of years later. Then it all went quiet for a couple of years, as far as I can tell, but the hitman scam is back and I got one. ![dweb-hitman](/attachments/small/0/dweb-hitman.jpg "align-right") …

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The latest VIPRE report, detailing the ten most prevalent malware threat detections spotted by [GFI Labs](http://malwareprotectioncenter.com/) and the ThreatNet Detection System, reveals that Google, LinkedIn, Skype and Mass Effect 3 were amongst the big brands being exploited by cybercriminals in order to leverage trust whilst distributing malware-laden emails. As a consequence, GFI software is urging users to question absolutely any and every unsolicited message regardless of the subject matter or purported origin. ![masseffect](/attachments/small/0/masseffect.jpg "align-right") The research labs team has documented a high number of spam and malware distribution campaigns during the month of March which have successfully infiltrated users' systems …

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With the London 2012 Olympics due to open in just a few days time, the expected push by the bad guys has started. No, I don't mean the banning of wearing Pepsi T-Shirts in the Olympic Stadium as it might upset official sponsors Coke, or the fact that nobody is allowed to sell chips other than McDonalds or even the undemocratic powers given to law enforcement in the UK to prevent people using certain combinations of 'Olympic-related' words in their advertising. No, as if all that were not bad enough, the bad guys in question are the cyber-criminals looking to …

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The 'World's Greatest Anti-Malware Software' is the spurious claim being made by Malwarebiter, which just so happens to sound an awful lot like Malwarebytes which could perhaps justifiably lay claim to that accolade. Take a look at this forum and you will see that Malwarebytes is a very valuable tool for discovering just what nasties are present on your computer, and for getting rid of them. Malwarebiter, on the other hand, is most certainly nothing of the kind. Malwarebiter, if you hadn't guessed by now, is a prime example of the Rogue Anti-Virus genre, identifying perfectly legitimate files as malware …

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It's not often that Microsoft recommends that Windows users should disable a much hyped part of the OS, but that's exactly what has happened regarding the Windows Sidebar and Windows Gadgets found in Windows Vista and Windows 7. [Microsoft Security Advisory 2719662](http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2719662) clearly states "Disabling the Windows Sidebar and Gadgets can help protect customers from vulnerabilities that involve the execution of arbitrary code by the Windows Sidebar when running insecure Gadgets" and Microsoft even provides a handy [Fix-It tool](http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2719662) to do the job for you. So what's all the fuss about, all of a sudden? ![dweb-gadgets](/attachments/large/0/dweb-gadgets.jpg "dweb-gadgets") Well the simple …

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Can anyone help with this frequent warning I get in the event viewer after 'windows has recovered fron an unexpected shutdown , running windows 7 ultimate . Event viewer reports this . <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event"> - <System> <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-WER-SystemErrorReporting" Guid="{ABCE23E7-DE45-4366-8631-84FA6C525952}" EventSourceName="BugCheck" /> <EventID Qualifiers="16384">1001</EventID> <Version>0</Version> <Level>2</Level> <Task>0</Task> <Opcode>0</Opcode> <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords> <TimeCreated SystemTime="2012-05-27T18:18:43.000000000Z" /> <EventRecordID>9693</EventRecordID> <Correlation /> <Execution ProcessID="0" ThreadID="0" /> <Channel>System</Channel> <Computer>flinn-PC</Computer> <Security /> </System> - <EventData> <Data Name="param1">0x0000004e (0x00000099, 0x00009810, 0x00000000, 0x0002ee10)</Data> <Data Name="param2">C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP</Data> <Data Name="param3">052712-51656-01</Data> </EventData> </Event>

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The Flashback Trojan has infected at least 600,000 Apple computers running Mac OS X according to the Russian AV company [Dr Web](http://www.drweb.com/?lng=en) which researched the spread of the malware which was originally discovered at the end of last year and for which Apple issued a security patch just this week. You can determine if your Mac is one of the machines infected by the Flashback Trojan, which disguises itself as an Adobe Flash Player installer, by running the AppleScripts provided by Mashable in response to the Dr Web discovery and available for [download here](http://mashable.com/2012/04/05/mac-flashback-trojan-check/) Alternatively, you can run the following …

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warning: int format, pointer arg (arg 2) i have no pointers this function :( main.. functions.... functions. int test(char num) { int total[SIZE]; printf("%d",total); fflush(stdout); //no pointers return 0; }

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If you are a user of Adobe Flash, be sure to apply the latest security update if you want to avoid becoming part of an in-the-wild attack exploiting a vulnerability which currently seems to be exploiting users of Internet Explorer on the Windows platform only. Adobe has, however, issued an [emergency security patch](https://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb12-09.html) for Android, Linux and Mac users as well as those with Windows which kind of suggests it could be indicative of a wider problem with the software. ![dweb-flash](/attachments/small/0/dweb-flash.jpg "align-right") Adobe is recommending that any users of Flash Player v11.2.202.233 and earlier for Windows, Mac and Linux should …

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Hello, I am trying to include a Contact Form in my website. I'm using WAMPserver and Free SMTP Server to test it. The problem is, everytime I click in my button of Send Mail, this error appears in my browser: *Warning: mail() [function.mail]: failed to connect to mailserver at "localhost" port 25, verify your "SMTP" and "smtp_port" setting in php.ini or use ini_set() in C:\wamp\www\MyWebsite\site\Contact.php on line 16* By the other side, in the Free SMTP Server the status is "Waiting for connections on port #25; using DNS server: 127.0.0.1" In the php.ini file, I have this: [mail function] ; …

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Hi, I'm running a script to bring down the logical ip address . But if the system doesnt have that logical ip addresss then i get the following error print on terminal - SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address I just want to know whether there is a way to suppress that print so that user is not aware of that. May be some check before pulling down the logical ip. the script file content is - ifconfig eth0:1 down is there any syntax by which i can check whether eth0:1 is up or not . My purpose is not to …

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Security researchers are warning that some 30,000 WordPress websites, 85% of them based in the US, have been compromised by a mass-injection hijack attack which sees visitors to any of more than 200,000 individual pages redirected to a Trojan infected rogue AV scam. [ATTACH=RIGHT]24076[/ATTACH]The senior security researcher with Websense Labs, Elad Sharf, admits that while rogue AV is old hat these days it's obviously still a money-making exercise and one that turns enough profit for the bad guys for them to keep plodding away at it. "With such a high number of compromised web pages and websites in this on-going …

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