Enterprise Intrusion Analysis, Part One
Responding to a Brute Force SSH Attack
Data Recovery on Linux and <i>ext3</i>
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Oh, and the £1.1bn Airwave extension hasn't yet been triggered
The fine minds behind Britain's bungled Emergency Services Network comms system have admitted that its projected £200m savings might not kick in until 2020.…
(It's good news, really)
Good news, Cisco admins: there are no bugs rated “critical” in this week's batch of security patches – but there are seven that copped a “high” rating, and four of those are remotely exploitable.…
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Eclipse Foundation seeks to replace the Java Community Process for Jakarta EE
The Eclipse Foundation, saddled with oversight of Java EE last year after Oracle washed its hands of the thankless business of community governance, wants to revise the process by which enterprise Java – rechristened Jakarta EE when Oracle declined to grant use of its Java trademark – gets improved.…
I’m getting goosebumps.
Man-made satellite to eliminate need for street lamps
Video A Chinese businessman has announced plans to light Chengdu at night by launching an artificial "moon" to direct the out-of-sight Sun's rays down onto the city's streets.…
You're not the only one Mr. President.
It's been one hell of a ride.
Hitman 2 just roped Sean Bean into being an assassination victim in a video game. Genius!
Security breach exposed personal information for 29 million users.