Monthly Archives: November 2007

DAFT PUNK – “Technologic”

DAFT PUNK – “Technologic” … Surf it, scroll it, pose it, click it, Cross it, crack it, twitch – update it, Name it, rate it, tune it, print it, Scan it, send it, fax – rename it, Touch it, bring … Continue reading

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Win32 Apache bundles for development?

WAMP – Windows Apache Mysql Php/Perl After a recent discussion I have been looking into Win32 Apache bundles for home development on low end computers. There appear to be a couple of options for this one – the front runners … Continue reading

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Firefox 2.0.0.10

Mozilla have released Firefox 2.0.0.10. Fixed in Firefox 2.0.0.10 [1] MFSA 2007-39 Referer-spoofing via window.location race condition MFSA 2007-38 Memory corruption vulnerabilities (rv:1.8.1.10) MFSA 2007-37 jar: URI scheme XSS hazard All three vulnerabilities are rated as HIGH impact. We strongly … Continue reading

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Apple QuickTime RTSP vulnerability

A new zero-day via Quicktime; Apple QuickTime contains a stack buffer overflow vulnerability that may allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service condition. [2] There is currently no Vendor statement or work … Continue reading

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This weeks links: 2007-11-26

The 9 Most Badass Bible Verses If the Bible had been written by King Leonidas and the rest of the Spartans from 300, it would probably read pretty much the same as it does now. It turns out, the Bible … Continue reading

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Learning 2.0 – 23 Things – Week #8

Week 8: Online Applications & Tools # Take a look at some online productivity (word processing, spreadsheet) tools. # Explore any site from the Web 2.0 awards list, play with it and write a blog post about your findings. #18 … Continue reading

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Goodbye John, hello Kevin-07

“Today the Australian people have decided that we as a nation will move forward,” he said. “To plan for the future, to prepare for the future, to embrace the future and together as Australians to unite and write a new … Continue reading

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