Daily Archives: September 28, 2006
Oy vey. We’ve been Slashdotted. Let’s see if our T-1 and web server can hold up.
Today, 3Sharp announced the release of our report Gone Phishing: Evaluating Anti-Phishing Tools for Windows. Paul’s already posted a great FAQ that answers a lot of the common questions on our report. If you have any questions or comments, please, … Continue reading
Today, my company released a report comparing several anti-phishing technologies, including a beta version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7. I note this because I was one of the researchers and authors of the report. Needless to say, we’re already catching … Continue reading
I’ve heard from a bunch of people that Dark Angel season 2 wasn’t worth watching. Well, it had its flaws — it was no Battlestar Galactica by any means — but Steph and I both enjoyed it immensely. I think … Continue reading
For a recent project, I’ve been working a bit with the new Open XML file format (to the point of having to actually write some Java code to manipulate native Office 2007 documents, if you can believe it). I dsicovered … Continue reading
Boy howdy, that was quite an excessively long break.That’ll teach me to patch my servers! You see, back in late August, I was being a good server admin and making sure all of my servers had the latest patches on … Continue reading
Wow. Long blogging break! My apologies for letting time go by; we’ve been busy. As we’ve been getting hands-on experience with Exchange 2007, I’ve discovered a couple of tips that might be waiting to ambush unsuspecting single-system Exchange administrators. Without … Continue reading