August 9, 2006

Fun with Website Upgrades (Community Server)

There’s a reason why you shouldn’t generally perform website upgrades in the middle of the night, when sleep is calling you. The good folks over at Telligent surprised […]
August 4, 2006

Apple Might Have to Restate Earnings…

According to the story posted at eWeek, Apple Computer is likely to restate earnings because they’ve uncovered some more accounting irregularities.  They’ve even suggested that any reports they’ve […]
August 4, 2006

Patch Day August 2006: 12 Vulnerabilities to be Patched

Microsoft has announced that there will be approximately 12 vulnerabilities patched starting on August 8th, aka Patch Day. 10 of these are Windows vulnerabilities, and 2 of them […]
August 3, 2006

Black Hat Briefings: NAC solutions vulnerable to attack

Network World is reporting that various NAC solutions vulnerable to attackbased on a presentation at this year’s Black Hat Conference. A snippet of the report from the link […]
August 2, 2006

MPAA miscalculation?

I’m not looking to get into a discussion about piracy or anti-piracy at this time, but as I was reading the MotleyFool this morning, I came across […]
August 2, 2006

Realtor Horror Story

It is incredibly annoying to have to endure incompetence or even malfeasance during one of the most stressful endeavors that one can undertake in life — […]
August 2, 2006

Digital eEye releases new tools and website

The folks from Digital eEye (of Retina fame) have announced a new websiteand the release of some previously internal-only security research tools. A summary of the announcement that Marc Maiffret posted to […]
August 2, 2006

Apple releases new patches for 26 security flaws across its product line

On August 1st, Apple Computer released Security Update 2006-004 to fix 26 security flaws, some of them with high exploit potential, in their product line. Here is a […]
August 1, 2006

More CommunityServer fun…

Well, a second beta is available for CommunityServer version 2.1, and it’s looking very good.   I’m running it on my internal server at home, but I haven’t upgraded […]
August 1, 2006

The wonders of Pando: Making email attachments easy

If you haven’t tried Pando yet, you really need to.  It’s currently in open beta, and is a technology for sending large attachments (as large a 1GB) to recipients […]
August 1, 2006

Sage Management and Career Advice

Not from me…    See me again in 5 or so years, and perhaps I will have learned enough to be of service to someone in this […]
July 30, 2006

Computer Hardware Upgrade Methodologies

Over the years, my perspective on computer upgrades has changed significantly. There was a time back in the mid-to-late 90s when I would go out and […]
August 9, 2006

Fun with Website Upgrades (Community Server)

There’s a reason why you shouldn’t generally perform website upgrades in the middle of the night, when sleep is calling you. The good folks over at Telligent surprised […]
August 4, 2006

Apple Might Have to Restate Earnings…

According to the story posted at eWeek, Apple Computer is likely to restate earnings because they’ve uncovered some more accounting irregularities.  They’ve even suggested that any reports they’ve […]
August 4, 2006

Patch Day August 2006: 12 Vulnerabilities to be Patched

Microsoft has announced that there will be approximately 12 vulnerabilities patched starting on August 8th, aka Patch Day. 10 of these are Windows vulnerabilities, and 2 of them […]
August 3, 2006

Black Hat Briefings: NAC solutions vulnerable to attack

Network World is reporting that various NAC solutions vulnerable to attackbased on a presentation at this year’s Black Hat Conference. A snippet of the report from the link […]
August 2, 2006

MPAA miscalculation?

I’m not looking to get into a discussion about piracy or anti-piracy at this time, but as I was reading the MotleyFool this morning, I came across […]
August 2, 2006

Realtor Horror Story

It is incredibly annoying to have to endure incompetence or even malfeasance during one of the most stressful endeavors that one can undertake in life — […]
August 2, 2006

Digital eEye releases new tools and website

The folks from Digital eEye (of Retina fame) have announced a new websiteand the release of some previously internal-only security research tools. A summary of the announcement that Marc Maiffret posted to […]
August 2, 2006

Apple releases new patches for 26 security flaws across its product line

On August 1st, Apple Computer released Security Update 2006-004 to fix 26 security flaws, some of them with high exploit potential, in their product line. Here is a […]
August 1, 2006

More CommunityServer fun…

Well, a second beta is available for CommunityServer version 2.1, and it’s looking very good.   I’m running it on my internal server at home, but I haven’t upgraded […]
August 1, 2006

The wonders of Pando: Making email attachments easy

If you haven’t tried Pando yet, you really need to.  It’s currently in open beta, and is a technology for sending large attachments (as large a 1GB) to recipients […]
August 1, 2006

Sage Management and Career Advice

Not from me…    See me again in 5 or so years, and perhaps I will have learned enough to be of service to someone in this […]
July 30, 2006

Computer Hardware Upgrade Methodologies

Over the years, my perspective on computer upgrades has changed significantly. There was a time back in the mid-to-late 90s when I would go out and […]