Monthly Archives: July 2006

Hack Bill!

Newest Skillz H@ck1ng Challenge Is Up Hack Bill! [1] Hello, challenge fans! Ed Skoudis from Intelguardians here, ready to introduce a freshly baked hacker challenge to tickle your fancy. I’m really excited to announce that, this month, I’ve asked one … Continue reading

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Australian Rights Wrongs

Going the wrong way on rights [1] Brian Walters (President of Liberty Victoria) … How has Australia slipped so far behind in our recognition of human rights? One reason is that Australian debate about human rights remains poorly informed, because … Continue reading

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TDF – Second Rest Day (Monday 17)

A bit late with the post, as Monday night was the second rest day of the Tour. Now we are in the Alps, and I wasn’t going to write things up instead of watching the Alpe d’Huez live stage coverage … Continue reading

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Sun’s new adverts for OpenOffice, the free and open-source office software suite, are rather pointed. us-opolies Other slogans include, “Stop giving a bully your lunch money”, “Compatible with expensive, closed, memory loving software”, and “Prehistoric reptilians welcome.” [1] Pick a … Continue reading

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MS Private Folder 1.0

“Private Folder 1.0 is a useful tool…to protect your private data when friends, colleagues, kids or other people share your PC or account… “ [1] Microsoft hands out ‘private’ folders [2] Microsoft has introduced Private Folder 1.0, free software that … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2006-07-15)

Starting a day early … Winternals/SysInternals acquired by Microsoft I’m very pleased to announce that Microsoft has acquired Winternals Software and Sysinternals. Bryce Cogswell and I founded both Winternals and Sysinternals (originally NTInternals) back in 1996 with the goal of … Continue reading

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Lists for Life II

What are your ten things to do before you die? Last reviewed back 30-Nov-2004 Lists for Life 30-Nov-2004 list 4WD from South Africa to Egypt with Tracy See the sunrise at Machu Picchu Run another marathon, try for 2:30! Have … Continue reading

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Updating the RAR capability in PowerArchiver

RAR We have had increasing issues with PowerArchiver 2000 (v6.00) being unable to manage the newer RAR files. The symptoms are that the contents of the archive can be viewed, but they will not extract. A quick look at the … Continue reading

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Sync an iPAQ to OSX?

What? The iPAQ 6515 is the SOE product. Other solutions can be investigated if this doesn’t meet the users requirements (eg. same as power users desktop machines allow for variations) An iPAQ will not sync natively with OSX, you will … Continue reading

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Patch Tuesday Wednesday (JUL-2006)

11 July 2006 – Patch Tuesday Welcome to another ‘Patch Tuesday’, this months show bag contains the following fun products; Critical (5) Important (2) 3 Microsoft Security Bulletins affecting Microsoft Windows. One Microsoft Security Bulletin affecting Microsoft IIS. 3 Microsoft … Continue reading

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