Monthly Archives: April 2007

Polycom PVX

We were looking into solutions to connect mobile clients into our H.323 video conference suite and as we use Polycom VSX8000 and VSX7000S units for our rooms the following seems a great fit; The Polycom PVX works in conjunction with … Continue reading

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A new J.R.R. Tolkien book!

The Children Of Hurin, Painstakingly restored from Tolkien’s manuscripts and presented for the first time as a fully continuous and standalone story, the epic tale of The Children of Hurin will reunite fans of The Hobbit and The Lord of … Continue reading

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Windows “Longhorn” Server BETA 3

Microsoft Windows Server code name “Longhorn” is the next generation of the Windows Server operating system that helps information technology (IT) professionals maximize control over their infrastructure while providing unprecedented availability and management capabilities, leading to a significantly more secure, … Continue reading

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Scott Sigler’s Earthcore

Deep below a desolate Utah mountain lays the largest platinum deposit ever discovered. A billion-dollar find, it waits for any company that can drill a world’s record, three-mile-deep mine shaft.EarthCore is the company with the technology, the resources and the … Continue reading

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This weeks links: 2007-04-24

Follow the Bouncing Malware: Day of the Jackal [SANS] Another posting in the ‘Follow the Bouncing Malware’ series; (OK… Once again, I find myself in the rather unenviable position of having to warn those of you whose brain waves fall … Continue reading

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What do you mean you’re not running Firefox 2.x?

The end of support for Firefox 1.5 was announced and discussed six-months ago, but a few users have help out kicking and screaming. Firefox 1.5: This version of Firefox will be supported until April 24, 2007 with security and stability … Continue reading

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VirusScan 8.0i – Patch 15

McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.0i Patch 11 and earlier … Exploit – Attacker would be able to abnormally stop On-Access scan or execute arbitrary code on the target computer. … NOTE: Virus Scan Enterprise 8.0i Patch 12 or later fixes this … Continue reading

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Using Netsh to change between DHCP and Static IPs

A case where a laptops DHCP resolution is causing problem when docked on campus and is causing headaches as we try to identify the cause. To solve the incident for the User as a short term solution we can use … Continue reading

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This weeks links: 2007-04-18

Mozilla Releases Thunderbird 2 (18-Apr-2007) [] Mozilla released Thunderbird 2 today, a major update to its free, open source email client. Thunderbird 2 offers easy ways to manage and organize your email with message tags, advanced folder views, message history … Continue reading

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Going Commando

  Found at Wilson’s Prom … Who the hell has cammo undies?

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