Archive | December 2008
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Fudzilla reports that Microsoft is about to lay out 17% of its staff. Apparently, most of the cuts will likely be in overseas areas, as well as in the MSN division of the corporate giant. Will other major vendors follow suit?
With the recent release of Sim City for the iPhone and iPod Touch, there has been a scurry to hunt for working cheat codes. Anyone who has played any of the original Sim City series knows that at least half the fun of the game is in the building of the city, and many times […]
Secunia, a computing security clearinghouse, has issued a warning regarding a new, zero day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer web browser. This includes Internet Explorer 5, Internet Explorer 6, and Internet Explorer 7 on fully patched Windows XP systems. Attackers can craft web pages in such a way to use this vulnerability to issue commands […]
We here at Geekamongus are by no means partial to one operating system over another. We love Macs, we love Linux, we love Solaris, and we love those other guys. Seriously, in no way do we ever intend on taking sides, and articles such as this one are not to be mistaken as an attack […]
The other day I had an old client forward me an email from their credit card processing company, saying that the server upon which their website was hosted failed their PCI Compliance security check. I had never heard of this and was wary that it might be a service they were being tricked into adding […]