If you are not paranoid about using open Wifi service at coffee shops, hotels, and other public establishments, you should be. Time and time again it has been proven that such locales can be extremely dangerous for doing mundane things such as checking your email or posting to your Facebook account. If you are unlucky […]
Howdy folks, I just grabbed CentOS 6.2 (don’t know if it’s an issue in 6.0, 6.1), but an installation with the “Basic Server” within VMware Fusion 4.1.1 delivered no IP address etc. when leaving DHCP/NAT as the default. Finding: Seems, either something is goofed in the dhclient or NetworkManager (now default for RHEL 6.x). Fix: […]
Just wanted to point out that SourceFire allows us common folks to purchase official SNORT VRT licenses on the cheap. At the tune of $29.00 a year, yeah, I’m game. http://www.snort.org/ Have fun!
! WARNING ! – DO NOT VISIT THE SITES BELOW – ! WARNING ! I noticed some Pakistan site had pingbacks for some articles we wrote, but no comments from the person that copy and pasted them (verbatim) on their site. Well, being the person that I am, I fired up “Wireshark” on my Linux […]
If you live in the USA, did you know that your tax dollars are being used for some really good purposes? You better believe it. For example, the NSA provides some great guides and tools for securing your operating system, whether your are on a Mac, or running Windows, Linux, or Solaris. Some of the […]
— Cacti on Fedora 10 — One thing I’ve noticed about the Ubuntu community, is they have some really great guides for configuring server packages. However, I like Fedora…….I guess it’s the hat or something. While there is a Fedora Doc site, it’s lacking guides for most things that are in the Fedora repos. I’m […]