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GeoIP Blocking – examples for Apache

Monday, April 19th, 2010

The GOOD news – using the GeoIP module (mod_geoip.c.) can be quite simple.  The module provides much more than simply a relatively easy means to manage web server access – it opens up some opportunities for data mining. The BAD news – when limiting access make sure that this is what you really want/need to Continue reading →

It happened to Google – are you next?

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Well, it happened to Google (and a number of other companies in late 2009, early 2010) – hackers reached deep? into the information trove. So, who cares?  This goes on constantly, yes? We have been lulled by our penchant for convenience – it has to be ‘easy’ or we are reluctant to ‘go there’; this Continue reading →

Need an RP to review your product?

Monday, October 5th, 2009

Need a real person (honest consumer) feedback/reaction to your product or service? Need a  quick turn-around?  Don’t mind a disruptive user? As my schedule permits I am happy to review products with either a public or private review.  The caveats: formal or open-ended reviews (your format or mine.) real time (review written/updated as the product Continue reading →

‘Twack’ & Ethics

Monday, July 20th, 2009

A recent cracking (an illegal access of computer systems and data) of Twitter related data-in-the-cloud (my reference when using tools where data is used and stored on a remotely hosted system) is in the news. It seems that some bad person decided to guess the passwords of some users with Twitter relationships (employees or family Continue reading →

Virtual Iron – Xen based Virtual Machine solution

Monday, November 17th, 2008

NOTE – I am a disruptive user – I typically explore new(er) technology offerings in a manner that vendors might not prefer so please note that your mileage should vary, especially if you are a non-disruptive user… 🙂

Xen?  I thought that Xen = Citrix?

Yes and no…   The Citrix product line includes technologies developed/derived from the Xen Open Source project

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