While I am still doing a lot of photography work, and selling some stuff, I am not currently pursuing a career in photography. I love doing the work, and I love the learning process. But, so much of the business side of the art actually turns my stomach, and I keep asking myself what the point of it all is. I took up photography because it was something that I could do for my own enjoyment. That is what I have returned to doing. Having to all but give it away to be able to claim… Continue
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Charlie Miller won't hand over 20 flaws he found by fuzzing Mac OS, Office, Adobe Reader
Added by SkiCat56 on March 26, 2010 at 2:45pm —
Should you change your passwords often? What’s the risk if you don’t? Little did I know, listening to one podcast would cause me to rethink how I
would answer those questions.
- Date: March 15th, 2010
- Author: Michael Kassner…
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Microsoft Warns of F1 Site Attack
A new security advisory from Microsoft warns about a risk involving any version of Internet Explorer on Windows 2000 and Windows XP that can allow a malicious Web site to infiltrate your PC.
The vulnerability, detailed… Continue
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February 19, 2010, 06:10 AM — IDG News… Continue
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Fake Microsoft Outlook Update Installs Trojan
A malicious spam campaign caught by Panda Labs is using a fake Microsoft Update notice to trick victims into installing a Trojan. While well crafted, the attack still provides dead… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on February 4, 2010 at 8:59am —
A security expert is taking on Google. His innovative Firefox add-on prevents Google from tracking your whereabouts on the Internet.
# Date: January 25th, 2010
# Author: Michael Kassner
# Category: Security
Any security pundit worth their salt knows about Moxie Marlinspike. You may remember Marlinspike getting a… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on January 26, 2010 at 3:07pm —
January 14, 2010 5:40 PM
IE Exploit Used to Launch Chinese Attacks on Google
By Tony Bradley
Early speculation focused on the Abobe Reader zero-day exploit as the source of the Chinese attacks on Google and other corporations earlier… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on January 21, 2010 at 10:34am —
Derek Schauland outlines the basics of CCleaner for keeping your computer optimized and helping you get rid of the mess that piles up from Internet surfing, old applications, and other fragments.
Product Spotlight: CCleaner
Date: January 8th, 2010
Author: Derek Schauland
Keeping your computer moving like the day it… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on January 11, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Identify a Phishing Scam
From Wired How-To Wiki
Hold on to your passwords if you want to stay safe on the internet. Of course, you need those passwords to access your bank, your e-mail and sites where you connect with friends. There are people out to trick you into giving those private codes away using a scam called "phishing." Let's look at how to… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on January 6, 2010 at 11:48am —
January 4, 2010 12:41 PM PST
Understanding Windows 7's 'GodMode'
by Ina Fried
Windows 7's so-called GodMode is actually a shortcut to accessing the operating system's various control settings.
(Credit: CNET News)
Although its name suggests perhaps even grander capabilities, Windows enthusiasts are excited over the… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on January 5, 2010 at 1:07pm —
Credit-card extended warranties come in handy
By Dennis O'Reilly
Most experts recommend against paying for an extended warranty when you purchase a PC or peripheral, partly because you may already be covered beyond the vendor's standard warranty period.
If you used a credit card to buy the system, your card company's extended warranty could be the key to a free… Continue
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Google is taking control of the Internet’s equivalent of the telephone switchboard, called the Domain Name System, or DNS. In a blog post this morning, Google announced the release of a public DNS resolver called Google Public DNS, one of the things that the company is doing as part of its ongoing effort to make the web… Continue
Added by SkiCat56 on December 4, 2009 at 9:18am —
Sixty kilometres west across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong lies the tiny Portuguese enclave of MACAU .
A mere sliver of mainland and a couple of islands covering about twenty-four square kilometres in total, the territory is geographically and
economically a midget compared to its booming cousin across the water, and the Macanese transfer of… Continue
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