Archive for 2013

ATARI 2600 Forever!!

by on Dec.27, 2013, under Amusement, Computer Stuff

I’m almost *giggling* while I post this..
FREE ATARI!!!
THANK YOU, Archive!!

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Public Time Server info

by on Dec.20, 2013, under Computer Stuff, Networking

People are always asking me which time server to use. Here’s the list of time servers hosted by the NIST. You *should* use time.nist.gov, in order to let them round-robin your requests across all of their servers, for load-balancing purposes.

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I passed 70-417 today!!

by on Jul.29, 2013, under Computer Stuff, Windows Info

Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012

Lots of Hyper-V, lots of DAC, and lots of powershell.
Learn it, know it, live it. ;)

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Absolute OpenBSD 2nd Edition is here!!!

by on May.20, 2013, under Computer Stuff, OpenBSD

absoluteopenbsd2efinal

Michael Lucas has done it again. In documenting arguably one of the driest topics on the planet, Mr. Lucas manages to add fun, trivia, and extremely useful knowledge of the OpenBSD team’s latest OS offering to an already excellent book. I read the first one 10 years ago or so, and this one is even better. The updated information on ProPolice, W^X, and the new PF features makes this book a no-brainer for *any* UNIX admin looking to add some extra security to his network, as well as a hobbyist who may be thinking of learning the ways of the shell.
As far as I’m concerned, chapters 21 and 22 were well worth the purchase price alone. If ANY member of the Princeton Area OpenBSD User’s Group would like to read this book, let me know, and I can get you a copy. My only request is that you post what you think of the book on this thread, so the fine folks at No Starch Press can see it, as they were kind enough to get us this advanced copy!

Mr. Lucas has auctioned the first (signed) copy to directly benefit the OpenBSD Project! Take a look here:
http://blather.michaelwlucas.com/archives/1646

The URL for the auction was here:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Absolute-OpenBSD-2nd-Ed-by-Michael-Lucas-Special-signed-first-copy-printed-/200913454300?

HUGE thanks goes to Jessica Miller of No Starch Press for supplying us with an advanced copy! Thank You! It was a great book! :)

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CamStudio FTW!!

by on May.17, 2013, under Computer Stuff, Windows Info

I recently wanted to make a screen recording for a demo. I downloaded and installed CamStudio, and frankly, I’m *amazed* at how well it works.
You not only want this, you need it. Go download it now.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/camstudio/?source=dlp

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OP USA is tomorrow. Batten down your hatches..

by on May.06, 2013, under Computer Stuff, General Info

The general gist of the message is that this attack will be in retaliation for war crimes committed by the USA against Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
The attack is supposedly to “wipe the US government off the cyber map” and is being organized from a nation (according to Wikipedia) known for lots of not-so-good stuff:

## From Wikipedia ##
The government of Mauritania was overthrown on 6 August 2008, in a military coup d’etat led by General Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz. On 16 April 2009, General Aziz resigned from the military to run for president in the 19 July elections, which he won. In Mauritania about 20% of the population live on less than US$1.25 per day. Slavery in Mauritania has been called a major human rights issue as well as female genital mutilation, child labor, and human trafficking.
##

According to the FBI, Open Source reporting claims that their previous attempt to “wipe Israel off the cyber map” was a total failure, with little to no impact.

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