A great post from Greg K-H about the Linux Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) work that’s going on: It was basically a presentation from Kay Sievers showing udev and HAL working in real-time handing a very nasty chain of USB devices containing a bunch of usb-storage and card reader devices on a USB hub. The speed […]
Great customer quote about ZENworks Linux Management: Chisholm said with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 OPSM can apply security-related upgrades from a central point, with full control and reporting. “Within this more secure and up-to-date environment we can better ensure the integrity of our business information and transactions,” he said. “Due to our large number […]
Just read that Snort 2.4 is officially out – post here, release notes here. I’ll track to see what IPCop plans to do – currently at Snort 2.3.3; maybe I’ll roll my inner IDS to Snort 2.4 this weekend.
Beta program has opened; there is now a product home page: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/default.mspx It’s very telling that the strapline is “Arriving in 2006” – placing a definate line in the sand for ship. Beta 1 is available on MSDN – it’s a not insignificant 2.4GB DVD ISO download – wow. Looks like the baseline for new […]
I’m still trying to find a way to get the BBC Radio streams to run outside of Real Player. I found a great site with the streams listed in a usable format. This in addition to the BBC Radio Player. The BBC have done a great job exposing a lot of their behindthe scenes technology. […]
Microsoft just announced that Longhorn will be named “Windows Vista” and beta 1 available next month. http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2005/jul05/07-22LHMA.mspx
Following on from the firewall upgrades a week or two ago – I continued to harden and update my public facing servers. I just installed Novell AppArmor on both web servers. Hopefully this host-based security hardening will help.
To anyone from the TTP who is missing a book or T-Shirt from the TTP conference in 2003 in downtown SLC – please email me directly.