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BBC NEWS | Technology | BBC used to entice cyber victims

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : BBC NEWS | Technology | BBC used to entice cyber victims - People are being warned about spam e-mails containing BBC News stories designed to trick them into visiting malicious websites

Hackers Use BBC News as IE Attack Lure

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : Hackers Use BBC News as IE Attack Lure - According to an alert issued by Websense Security Labs, in San Diego, excerpts from actual BBC News stories are being used to lure IE users to Web sites that launch drive-by downloads of bots, spyware, back doors and other Trojan downloaders

The Ethical Hacker Network - How To Break Web Software

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : The Ethical Hacker Network - How To Break Web Software - This chapter is excerpted from the book titled "How to Break Web Software: Functional and Security Testing of Web Applications and Web Services" by Mike Andrews, James A. Whittaker

At Last, Movies to Keep Arrive on the Internet - New York Times

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : At Last, Movies to Keep Arrive on the Internet - New York Times - Six major studios plan to begin selling movies over the Internet today that buyers can download and keep for watching at any time. For now, it is difficult but not impossible to watch the downloaded movies on a television. Some computers, like those using

April 1, 2006

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : April 1, 2006 - April 1, 2006 was an April Fool's Day falling on a Saturday. Some noteworthy hoaxes for this year are listed below. For a complete list of hoaxes, see April 1, 2006 (Complete List).

How to Drive your Website Developer Insane: A Primer

3/04/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : How to Drive your Website Developer Insane: A Primer - Constantly bring up your expert programmer son/cousin/close family friend. Make one up if you don’t really have one! Be sure to give them the most annoying qualities possible and make sure they always give the opposite advice of the programmer actu

Installing Microsoft Windows 1.0, 1985

3/04/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

kayodeok : Installing Microsoft Windows 1.0, 1985 - The following is the installation and boot-up sequence for the first release version of perhaps the most important software currently in the world: Microsoft Windows.

Evaluating website accessibility: Part 3, Digging Deeper | 456 Berea Street

3/04/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

kayodeok : Evaluating website accessibility: Part 3, Digging Deeper | 456 Berea Street - In this final article of the series I will explain some aspects of website accessibility that are difficult to test with automated tools and require more time and/or experience to evaluate manually

Wired News: Steve Jobs' Best Quotes Ever

30/03/2006 @ 11:09 UTC

kayodeok : Wired News: Steve Jobs' Best Quotes Ever - "Nobody has tried to swallow us since I've been here. I think they are afraid how we would taste."

Geek to Live: Set up your personal Wikipedia

30/03/2006 @ 11:09 UTC

kayodeok : Geek to Live: Set up your personal Wikipedia - The software that runs Wikipedia, called MediaWiki, is freely available for anyone to install. Today we'll set up MediaWiki on your Windows PC and get started with a video demonstration on how to add, edit and compare page revisions in your new, local per

Replace Pop-Ups with dynamic includes using DOMinclude

30/03/2006 @ 11:09 UTC

kayodeok : Replace Pop-Ups with dynamic includes using DOMinclude - One solution is to use JavaScript to create a new layer with the content of the document when JavaScript is available and simply link to the page when it isn’t.

An update on the IE ActiveX change from Mike Nash

30/03/2006 @ 11:09 UTC

kayodeok : An update on the IE ActiveX change from Mike Nash - So when we release the next cumulative IE security update, customers will only be able to interact with Microsoft ActiveX controls loaded in certain web pages after manually activating their user interfaces by clicking on it or using the TAB key and ENTER

Windows Linux DualBoot Tutorial

30/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Windows Linux DualBoot Tutorial - This tutorial was written to help set up a dual boot on a SATA drive but it will also work for PATA so continue forward and I will let you know if you need to skip something. In order to have a fully functional dual boot system it is preferred that Window

Basecamp API

30/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Basecamp API - The Basecamp API is implemented as vanilla XML over HTTP. You can also send requests in YAML format if you prefer, but but all responses will be XML

Jon Hicks : Basecamp API - Yay! Can’t wait to see (what other people!) do with this.

Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Understanding Lists and SLE

30/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Understanding Lists and SLE - There have been a few posts on RSS in IE7 regarding the user experience, the RSS Platform, and the Simple List Extensions. I want to go into details about the benefits of using SLE to define a list and how it impacts the user experience and the platform

Graphical vi/vim Cheat Sheet and Tutorial

30/03/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : Graphical vi/vim Cheat Sheet and Tutorial - I came up with the idea of providing a graphical cheat sheet for those learning vi/vim, and I also found out it was a very good way to structure a tutorial

Trying to explain the differences between DHTML and DOM scripting with an example

30/03/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

kayodeok : Trying to explain the differences between DHTML and DOM scripting with an example - DHTML Issues: Script dependence - Users without JavaScript get stuck or get elements that only work with JavaScript but don’t do anything for them

Safely install software in a virtual layer - Lifehacker

29/03/2006 @ 03:09 UTC

Rod Begbie : Safely install software in a virtual layer - Lifehacker - This looks handy. Install Windows applications into isolated silos so you can try them and uninstall them without leaving debris all over your hard drive and registry. [via#

kayodeok : Hack Attack: Safely install software in a virtual layer - With Altiris SVS, you can install any program to a transparent layer that snags all attempts that the program makes to write to your system, instead saving them inside of the layer

Python 101 cheat sheet

26/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Python 101 cheat sheet - A quick reference document for newcomers to the language

Configuring a free VPN solution in your home

26/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Configuring a free VPN solution in your home - I've had numerous members here email me about writing an article on setting up a secure, inexpensive, home VPN solution that they could use to share files between their home and office computers while they were at work

Security Czar

26/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : Security Czar - In this column Scott Granneman takes the role of dictator of the security world and presents his ideas about mandatory reforms that would improve security for millions of people

Geek to Live: Set up a home wireless network

26/03/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

kayodeok : Geek to Live: Set up a home wireless network - Today I'm going to go over the steps to setting up a passworded wifi network with a regular old home cable modem

RSS Feeds for FTP Servers

23/03/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

kayodeok : RSS Feeds for FTP Servers - Ideas, ideas, ideas

deusx : XML.com: RSS Feeds for FTP Servers - "this article will show you how to write a PHP script that will monitor an FTP server for you, notifying you of the newest files added or changed."

Matthew M. Boedicker : rss feeds for ftp servers - (via del.icio.us/deusx) [via]

Why Google Finance Makes Me Sad (by Jeremy Zawodny)

23/03/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

kayodeok : Why Google Finance Makes Me Sad (by Jeremy Zawodny) - It makes me sad because virtually all of the new/innovative/cool features in Google Finance are things we talked about YEARS ago. Many of them I'd lobbied for repeatedly. Some were even prototyped.

What's Really Behind the Windows Vista Delay?

22/03/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

kayodeok : What's Really Behind the Windows Vista Delay? - To say that Microsoft's bombshell decision to delay the launch of Windows Vista until 2007 was due to quality concerns is an oversimplification. Microsoft actually is pushing the Vista launch back to January 2007 to appease the marketing gurus as much as

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