Saturday, December 18, 2004

IBM Linux Client Migration Cookbook

Another excellent Linux resource from IBM. IBM has poured a lot of money into Linux and it shows.
Linux Client Migration Cookbook: A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide for Migrating to Desktop Linux

Thursday, December 09, 2004

The Shadow of Yesterday

The Shadow of Yesterday is an open source role playing game. Download the rules for free. Pretty slick!

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Creative Commons

The Creative Commons is a pretty fantastic idea. Creative Commons has video, audio, pictures, and text. Pretty cool, and free for you to use.

"Creative Commons is a nonprofit that offers a flexible copyright for creative work."

You can also get free music off the Wired CD.

Monday, December 06, 2004

Cisco 4006

A little light reading on the Supervisor Engine of the Cisco Catalyst 4006.

Netbios Hex Codes

Pretty neat list of Netbios hex codes that show up in an NBTSTAT, courtesy of Church of the Swimming Elephant.

Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

Another wiki goody: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

Howard Schmidt Interview

Interesting 2003 Gartner interview with eBay's current CISO.

How does EFS Work?

How does EFS Work?

Securing Data in Transit with IPSec: "File encryption can protect data residing on disk, but does not protect that data when it's in transit over the network. If you don't believe this, send an EFS-encrypted file across the network and capture the packets in transit. You'll see that the data is readable."

Encrypting File System - Microsoft's take

Geek Comics

The king of geek comics - Dilbert

Another classic, though less well-known - User Friendly the Comic Strip - The Daily Static

Not sure about this one yet... - DORK TOWER

Domain Name System

Small, but excellent collection of articles on DNS. Wikipedia is the bomb!

Domain Name System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

SecurityFocus HOME Guest Feature: DNS Cache Poisoning - The Next Generation

Root nameserver - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia