Written by: David Heath | Published in: SecurityFollowing the recent 'encryption' incident at a GP's practice in Queensland, the RACGP is reminding all GPs to adopt standard security practices.
We have recently gotten a new system delivered to us. It's a standard Server 2008 and Windows 7 server-client solution with some tightened security. One of the new security policies have caused a little ruckus among us administrators.
The written policy stipulates that when sharing a resource (file or something) we must now set security on both NTFS and the share.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: SecurityIT Security company Sophos has published its most recent summary of spammers around the world. Despite the shut down of a recent botnet, things don't seem to be improving.
I kind of adopt the tarball from AUR and modified a bit with very quick and bad approach to be compatible with [extra] and less compatible to packaging standard, you may try and feel free to adopt it if you'd like to.EDIT: acyually, I'm not quit understand why its PKGBUILD is written like that so, basically, I just add something in it
The US spooks advice to businesses to adopt Vista or Windows 7, have upset all Linux enthusiasts. Though the suggestion is made considering the security factors, Linux has unfortunately failed to capture their attention.