Month: July 2008
Fear. Uncertainty. Doubt. Hyped DNS Exploit reporting helping or hurting?
photo credit: kevindooley Headline: Researchers unleash DNS attack code Headline: Vulnerable to a DNS cache poisoning at home? Headline: Attack Code Released for New DNS Attack First off. This is a serious issue, make no doubt about it. But is the reporting hype surrounding this exploit appropriate? Here’s some quotes of that hype: Yesterday’s exploit, explained Storms, […]
The things you see outside a Mens club
I caught this shot as we were driving by Diamond’s in Edmonton. Snapshot was heavily colour corrected as the shot was totally over-exposed.
Bag Open. Cat Out. Internet in danger! OpenDNS to the rescue?
Your ISP may be vulnurable to the Multi-Vendor DNS Issue. Here's how to tell, and a simple fix you can do to protect yourself.
Merging domains — important things to consider when you feel the urge to merge
photo credit: Kevin Steele A friend recently asked me for a bit of advice regarding merging two corporate domains. Two organizations, with similar or complimentary lines of business are now one. What to do about the left-over websites. A quandary. Below I’ve outlined 6 areas to consider, but I’m getting ahead of myself. I guess […]