What Ruined the Internet?

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I’ve been around the Internet since long before the “Dot-Com Bubble,” when we had to get our MP3s from IRC and use Blade’s Encoder for the command line. Slashdot was just starting up, ICQ was the only instant messenger around, and Winamp really did whip the Llama’s ass. Those were the days…or were they? Some colleagues… Read more »

Cisco ASA and PIX Vulnerabilities

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The Cisco ASA and PIX line of devices have three independent vulnerabilities that have been discovered and patched a few days ago. Just finished up with my own devices and nothing bad to report. Here’s a summary if you don’t wish to read the long-winded Cisco one. 1. Windows NT Domain Authentication Bypass Vulnerability. Does… Read more »