Monthly Archives: February 2004

MyDoom.F deleting work and pr0n – Using Snort to "protect" one's pr0n

Martin McKeay’s Network Security Blog: MyDoom.F “Oh no! The virus ate all my pr0n! And my my work files too.” Here are a couple of links to the antivirus sites, and the signature I’m using in Snort. By the way, … Continue reading

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Going to Vegas

Laura and I are going to Vegas baby! We decided to finally take a trip the two of us (actually four of us — my brother Tiny and his wife are going with us) around Laura’s 32nd birthday in April. … Continue reading

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VLANs are not for security again

I have commented before about VLANs, but it was applicable again at work on Friday. We are working with a IBM HS20 BladeCenter environment, which places all servers behind two Gigabit switches. A server could be attached to either or … Continue reading

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Infinium Labs pursues legal actions against tech newssite HardOCP

SCO certainly does not have the monopoly on frivolous legal actions anymore. Vaporware console box maker, Infinium Lab held a press conference recently regarding an unfriendly report in HardOCP, which is a website I have read for years. Robin Miller … Continue reading

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Backup host plan

Just a FYI, I have a backup host for this site @ 1and1 hosting. They were offering three years of hosting for free, I couldn’t pass it up. If this site should ever have a problem, make sure you visit … Continue reading

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Filenet – stupid vendor support suggestions

I previously commented on other design considerations that were preceived as less than optimal. They insisted in order to be “supported” in a cluster environment that we had to install Domainlets or have the servers as Domain Controllers in normal … Continue reading

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Exploits, Worms, and Clusters — Oh My!

SecurityTracker.com Archives – Microsoft Internet Explorer Integer Overflow in Processing Bitmap Files Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary CodeThe first exploit from the leak of Windows Source code has been released. Posted originally on Full Disclosure mailing list: I downloaded the … Continue reading

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MS04-007 ASN.1 Exploit released – Remote DOS of Win2k Pro LSASS.exe

K-OTik : MS04-007 Exploit LSASS.EXE Remote Integer Overflow ASN.1 Windows * > MS04-007-dos.exe 10.0.0.1 445 * connect failed * * > nbtstat -A 10.0.0.1 * [..] * SERVER3 UNIQUE Registered * [..] * > MS04-007-dos.exe 10.0.0.1 139 SERVER3 * > … Continue reading

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Glad it is Friday

After a week of working late every day, it is great to be almost done. The server team was charged with configuration of the HS20 IBM Blade Center (7 blade servers) for the upcoming Notes 6.5 project. After the initial … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting – an in-depth look at resolving OS problems

NOVELL: Troubleshooting Operating System Software Troubleshooting is a systematic analysis of symptoms that indicate a malfunction. In simple terms, it is problem solving. Good troubleshooting is partially made up from characteristics such as common sense, clear thinking, and determination. It … Continue reading

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