Monthly Archives: May 2007

Security Update FOR QuickTime 7.1.6

Reading SANS tonight points out that there are security updates FOR QuickTime 7.1.6 (Mac and Windows) available from Apple Downloads (May 29, 2007). Now, I am running v7.1.6 and my auto-update tells me everything is ok … but my client … Continue reading

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Backup Script for Ghost v8.3

A quick little CMD script to stop a Ghost server, backup the config files, then restart the server. Useful for testing … and recovery when you test goes ‘a little too far!’ Not overly elegant but quite useful; :: GHOST-BACKUP.cmd … Continue reading

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VirusScan 8.5i updates for reporting

Ahhh, grasshopper there will come a day of reckoning. It seems that the settings we had previously been using [1, 2] for our VirusScan setting files was excellent for a VirusScan 8.0i install and survived and upgrade to 8.5i if … Continue reading

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Disabling the P2P client in Opera

Other than as the need arises in the course of research, teaching, learning or other University business, the use of University facilities with any of the so-called peer-to-peer filesharing systems imposes an unreasonable burden, and in many cases would also … Continue reading

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Mac OS X : Security Update 2007-005

Security Update 2007-005 was released on 24 May 2007 for Mac OS X 10.3.9 and Mac OS X 10.4.9. Successful exploitation of these issues can result in arbitrary code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, and other. Threat level … Continue reading

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Psst bud … want an Ethereal Frodo?

Found on eBay last night … Gday even though I made and have had this bloke for a while now I’ve only just started using him in LOTR games. I was originally very happy with the work I did on … Continue reading

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IT Security Policy

Information Technology Security Policy (PDF) This document defines policies of The University of Melbourne to assist in ensuring the security of the University’s Information Technology (IT). – approved by the Information Strategy Committee on 14 April 2003 IT Security Policy … Continue reading

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