Tag Archives: security

Three New VMware Books

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Some VMmware reading. Experts in the community have written new books about VMware: The VMware Workstation 5 Handbook (Networking & Security) by Steven Warren VMware ESX Server: Advanced Technical Design Guide by Ron Oglesby, Scott Herold Virtualization with VMware ESX Server by Al Muller, S. Wilson, D. Happe, G. Humphrey…. Read more »

Citrix Posts Hotfixes for Problem Caused by Windows 2000 Update Rollup

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Looks like Citrix now has a fix for the SP4 rollup issue. Citrix this week posted hotfixes for two of its products that were crashing after users installed Microsoft Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. Users reported problems on the Citrix Knowledge Center and on the Shavlik… Read more »

RAID-10 vs RAID-0+1

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Ever get tired of trying to explain (or, worse, remember) the difference? Check these handy diagrams: RAID-10 and RAID-0+1. [Via Exchange Security]

Cracking WEP in 10 minutes

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I need to give this a try Monday at work. Yesterday I started noticing referral traffic from myscreencast.com, a phpbb-based community site for finding and sharing screencasts. The most entertaining one I found is called Cracking WEP in 10 minutes. It was produced with Camtasia, but the action takes place… Read more »

Exchange Security at Microsoft

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Presented by Konstantin Ryvkin of Microsoft’s internal Messaging Group. Two key aspects that were identified. 1. Need to identify exactly what you are trying to protect2. Need to identify what you are trying to protect it from 4 areas of security 1. Exchange environment security2. Windows Server and Exchange Server… Read more »

The Microsoft Security Risk Self-Assessment Tool

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Interesting tool, I’ll have to check this out. Download the Microsoft Security Risk Self-Assessment Tool (MSRSAT) and install it on your computer to obtain information and recommendations about best practices to help enhance security within your information technology (IT) infrastructure. This application is designed to help organizations with fewer than… Read more »

TagIt Shoutbox 1.1

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First, I added two new forums for the FlashGame, one is for any problems,questions,ideas. The other is for trash talking. Enjoy. Second, I’ve thought about adding a shoutbox to the site, but wonder if anyone would care to use it. Here’s some information about the one I’m looking at, let… Read more »

RE: TechNet Webcast: Assessing Network Security (Level 200)

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Assessing Network Security (Part 1 of 2): Planning and Research How do you know whether your network is secure? And how do you know how to find out? This session is the first of a two-part series to help organizations plan and implement processes to identify vulnerabilities to network attacks…. Read more »

lack of updates

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Sorry for the lack of updates. The application I was using to post to the site w.bloggar. Stopped working for my postnuke site. I don’t know what changed. If it was a security change by my host or what. The program still works on my MT site. A new version… Read more »