If you’re up for a little light reading on computer security, here’s 69 pages listing the top 10 vulnerabilities affecting Unix / Linux based servers and the top 10 for Windows servers.
Posts Categorized: Computers & Internet
For the past few months I’ve been using TSW Web Coder for web development. It is an outstanding program. Unfortunately, my computer is too slow for it. The biggest problem was random crashes. Re-installs would help, but I got tired of it. So, out I went looking for a replacement. I found PHP Designer 2005.
It appears that Microsoft may be leaving may users wanting when the rumored Internet Explorer 7.0 is released. Current plans limit support to Windows XP SP2.
Feel like a quick & easy geek project. Follow this guy’s directions to create a RAID array out of iPod shuffles. As he says ” Follow along as we explore new depths of geekery…”. Makes me wish I had a few iPods to play with. Link From: UtterlyBoring.com
For those of y’all who don’t have a GMail account, and can’t find anyone with invites to share, look at isnoop.net. They’ve got a page set up where you fill in your email address and a GMail invite is sent to you. Edit: Apparently the isnoop page was shut down and is no longer offering… Read more »
Yahoo! announced Wednesday that it will release a toolbar for the open source web browser FireFox. Source: C|Net News.com – Yahoo unveils test toolbar for Firefox
Yesterday Microsoft released 13 security bulletings, nine of which were labeled ‘critical’. 12 of the 13 fix more than one component in either Windows or a Windows-based product. Source: TheRegister – Microsoft posts record 13 patches
Coming shortly after the Ask.com purchase of BlogLines, Amazon.com is investing in 43 Things. 43 Things allows people to write about their goals and accomplishments and links them to others with similar interests.
Pretty cool Java applet that lets you view percentage of baby names since 1900.
A funny movie of rules to follow when posting to a forum..