This blog has been moved to a new server. It’s also the time to test it 🙂
Found on www.theinquirer.net, this interesting article about the muliple AOL security flaws… AOL sets new record for (in)security.
This weekend, Frequence3, a French web radio, is covering Lan@Game in Nantes, France. Since yesterday, 13h, they are present live with an video streaming. They streamed the stands, the whole room and actually they are streaming the finale of Quake3! See mms://video.frequence3.net/lanagame (Windows Media Player only).
To apply, find the error 🙂 [xavier@malaga /]$ dig mx faxnews.com ; > DiG 9.2.1 > mx faxnews.com ;; global options: printcmd ;; Got answer: ;; ->>HEADER
Yesterday, we had a company event! There was a lot of nice bootles like this one…Today, I think that my load average will be near to zero. Please close your browser smoothly 🙂
No comment! 🙂 stair diving
Does not append often, so I think it can be notified here: The CERT has announced multiple vulnerabilities in the Oracle DB servers! Affected platforms are: * Systems running Oracle9i Database (Release 1 and 2) * Systems running Oracle8i Database v 8.1.7 * Systems running Oracle8 Database v 8.0.6 *
I found an interesting article in the New Scientist: According to a scientist of the Berkeley University, searching for sudden ‘bursts’ of words may reveal some social trends, particulary when searching for personal weblogs! New Scientist: Word ‘bursts’ may reveal online trends
Song decidated to all Unix gurus all over the word… Nisi – Fun – Unix Wizard, the Song
Yesterday, I performed some clean up in my documents archive and found the following backbone map dated on 1995! Look at the circuits capacity and compare them with today requirements. When I started to work for an ISP, we had only 384Kbits of IP transit! Enough for all customers and