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Archive for September, 2006

No Excuses For Terror

I almost never touch politics, but this one is too good to miss. Please watch it and spread it around!
David Aaronovitch, a respected journalist and commentator aired a documentary, a^?oeNo Excuses For Terror,” on British TV. Aaronovitch, who considers himself left-wing, criticizes how the anti-Israel views of the far-left and far-right have permeated the mainstream [...]

Yoggie revealed – Mobile Miniature Security Appliance

Yoggie Security System (which I’m proud to be a part of!) has finally officially announced its revolutionary product – The Yoggie Gatekeeper.

This little wander gadget is actually a complete miniature computer that can fit into the palm of your hand. It’s a dedicated Linux-based security appliance which is compact and easy to carry which will [...]

Log Parser – An amazing free log analyzing tool from MS

I have this remote Web site somewhere, with very limited access.
In terms of visitor/traffic analysis all I have is the ability to download its IIS log files.
So I have basically a computer with logs files – How can I analyze the log file to get some meaningful insight as for visitors and traffic?
Normally, when you [...]

It’s a boy

I’m happy to share that we had our second baby boy last week!
I’m now the proud father of two boys – Wow, it’ll take some time to digest the idea.
Anyhow – That’s a great excuse for neglecting to post anything for a week – right..?

Default password list for many routers and network appliances

Default Password List is a very useful list you should add to your bookmarks.
It lists all the default user name/password combos on many different routers and network appliances.
While can be used for hacking, this usually comes in handy when a friend approaches you and tells you he got himself locked out of his homer router.
[Via: [...]