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Why Gigamon Scares The Crap Out of Me

October 31, 2011
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I had the opportunity to visit with some of the Gigamon folks at their Milpitas, California, office last week as part of the Net Field Day 2 event and, frankly, what they showed us scared the shit out of me. Gigamon has a variety of products in their line-up. At the most basic is the […]

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Shared Links – 2011-05-06

May 6, 2011

Below are links to the latest pages that I found relevant, interesting, funny, or just plain WTF. Your mileage may vary. Void where prohibited. All sales are final. Feds Demand Firefox Remove Add-On That Redirects Seized Domains: Just added Mozilla's Open Web Fund to my "projects to give money to" list. News Corp is Selling […]

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Shared Links – 2011-04-17

April 17, 2011

Below are links to the latest pages that I found relevant, interesting, funny, or just plain WTF. Your mileage may vary. Void where prohibited. All sales are final. Parent sues Apple for in-app buying policy: Stupid ass gives his nine-year-old an iPhone, then sues Apple because they don’t “prevent children from buying currency or points […]

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Shared Links – 2011-04-15

April 15, 2011

Below are links to the latest pages that I found relevant, interesting, funny, or just plain WTF. Your mileage may vary. Void where prohibited. All sales are final. An Introduction to Cluster Ballooning: Okay, who else suddenly wants to do this? Apparently, it’s been done twice before here in Bloomington, the first time at a […]

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Bypassing the Internet Kill Switch

January 30, 2011

Nearly 100 years ago, in the middle of the Atlantic, Jack Phillips began sending out CQD, the international distress signal, over wireless. Phillips was a wireless operator aboard the RMS Titantic which had struck an iceberg a couple of hours earlier. Since then, radio has been responsible for saving countless lives and providing information and […]

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Red Hat Linux gets top government security rating

June 16, 2007

Red Hat Linux has received a new level of security certification that should make the software more appealing to some government agencies. Last week IBM Corp. was able to achieve EAL4 Augmented with ALC_FLR.3 certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, putting it on a par with Sun Microsystems Inc.’s Trusted Solaris operating system, said Dan […]

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Security breach at Los Alamos

June 16, 2007

The Los Alamos, N.M., National Laboratory reportedly breached national security by sending classified nuclear weapons information over the Internet. The e-mails resulted in “the loss of control of top-secret restricted data,” Reps. John Dingell and Bart Stupak, both Michigan Democrats, wrote Thursday to U.S. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman. Several Los Alamos officials in January used […]

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