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David Kernell, a 22-year-old student at University of Tennessee will stand trial on four felony charges related to his “hacking” of Ex-Governor Sarah Palin’s e-mail...
The primitive content delivery system known as "Cable TV" or "Satellite TV" won't exist in 5 years. Paid television service over-the-wire is now almost exactly like what America Online was for the internet in the late nineties when high-speed internet was becoming widely available...
About two weeks ago my T1 line went down in the office, not a big deal since we have a Cable line as well. But our business cable provider does not offer port 80 traffic, so our client were unable to view the test server for a day, which was an inconvenience...
It seemed that I still had issues with the DNS. So I decided to track it down to the source... BIND. For some reason, BIND was taking too long to query addresses not in my DNS server. So all I did was enable the following configuration settings in the named.conf file:
Let me start off with a bit of history. A while back, we needed a solution that would provide for load balancing of our T1 and Cable line Internet connections, VPN support, firewall and routing capabilities. We decided to go with the Symantec Firewall 200r, which offered all of these...
We finally got the Symantec VPN working with Mac OS X. Symantec sent us a beta firmware update that seemed to do the trick. Here are the instructions on setting up the Mac OS 10.3 VaporSec VPN client to work with the Symantec Firewall/VPN 200R model. 1. Download the VaporSec software from
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