How can you protect your network and your business operations from the unexpected? The continuing reports of new exploits, insider attacks, website defacements, phishing, identity theft and security breaches on banks amplify the need for in-depth understanding across all disciples of information security. Where can you find insights needed to combat these threats?
“ROOTCON: 5th Hacker Conference [...]
Last weekend I had the urge to upgrade “viasvr”, my headless low power home server which function as file/storage, ftp, squid proxy, torrent and offsite backup pulling my website data from my hosting provider on daily basis. It is also running Hamachi2 which allows me to securely tunnel my browsing session from an unsecured connection like [...]
The Open Source Software for Innovation and Collaboration SIG (OSSIC SIG) is launching a series of Capability Building Workshops for Singapore Computer Society members.
The first in the series is on Open Source Database for Enterprises which will be held on 29 April from 8.30am to 1.00pm at SCS Resource Centre.
Also open to Non-Members….
As seats are [...]
I was playing with some of the virtual machines running on my “hosted ESX” (ESX running as a guest vm on VMware Workstation 7, that’s two levels of virtualization, trying to gauge the responsiveness and network utilization of the Virtual Infrastructure.
In one of the newly installed Centos guest, I fired up yum to update the [...]
Marvell Semiconductor is shipping a hardware/software development kit suitable for always-on home automation devices and service gateways. Resembling a "wall-wart" power adapter, the SheevaPlug draws 5 Watts, comes with Linux, and boasts completely open hardware and software designs, Marvell says.
Designed from the ground up to simplify the management of digital media assets, the Marvell plug computer [...]
What is Google Gears?
Google Gears (or GG) is an open source browser extension that lets developers create web applications that can run offline. Gears provides three key features:
A database, to store and access data from within the browser
If you’re one of those who braved to install DD-WRT and is at lost on how to upgrade to the latest version, then this is for you. You can check your current installed version on the upper-right side of your router’s web-interface. The latest version is v24-sp1.
First of all, what is DD-WRT?
DD-WRT is a third party [...]
I opted to install Ubuntu 8.04 a.k.a Hardy Heron from scratch instead of upgrading from Ubuntu 7.10 since I heavily customized my previous installation and I wanted to prevent conflicts.
Since my home directory is on a separate partition, I copied a few config from /etc which I think are important and off I go reformatted and [...]
Are you new to the wonderful world of Linux? Or are you looking for an easy way to get started? We’ll you’re lucky since TuxRadar made a complete 130-page Linux Starter Pack to get grips with the OS in hours rather than weeks or months.
According to TuxRadar, a sister site of the popular UK-based LinuxFormat [...]
CodeAndroid is try to look into the possibility in organizing an Android Developers Boot Camp in Singapore. They would like to see the level of interest that may arise for such an event.
According to chuazy, posted in CodeAndroid.org:
I am now talking with some Google employees as to arranging a developers boot camp in Singapore [...]