Category Archives: security

Corsaire White Paper: Securing Mac OS X

I just ran across the Corsaire White Paper: Securing Mac OS X via Slashdot. It’s a good read, and mentions quite a few things that should be in place for a mac with critical data, software, or network access. Tweet

Network hardware thoughts

When first having bandwidth problems, I was wondering if purchasing a proxy server (like a Cisco Content Engine) and a bandwidth limiting/packet shaping (al la Packeteer) would be what I would have to do. I was also looking at a $20,000+ price tag for these two boxes, and was going to have to deep-six my […]

Interesting take on the “Open Source War”

eSchool news has an interesting editorial on the “Open Source War” between Linux and Microsoft. Food for thought… Tweet

Interesting take on the “Open Source War”

eSchool news has an interesting editorial on the “Open Source War” between Linux and Microsoft. Food for thought… Tweet