Daily Archives: August 28, 2011

As The Worm Turns

Yet another worm is wreaking havoc around the world. First indications are that the malware comes in and starts on machines running that other OS with port 3389/tcp (RDP) open, and really weak passwords for “Administrator”. Of course, then all … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Created by: MBA Online Clearly, Linux forms a good basis for IT, judging from the percentage shares in tablets and mobile IT in general. What’s wrong is that 0.79% share for “desktop”. That’s the nonsense spouted by M$ technological evangelists … Continue reading

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“Giving Back” Instead of Paying for Licences

One of the neat things about FLOSS (Free/Libre Open Source Software) is that instead of paying for licences, using organizations have better options: hiring people to develop the software, thus maximizing features desirable for the organization and feeding the local … Continue reading

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