Posted 06/06/2013 - 15:51 by ds3721
Well, here we are, its Friday again. So for a little fun, who remembers these days? Comment below and tell us what your first computer was?
Posted 06/04/2013 - 08:00 by ds3721
Recently I was working with Libreoffice on CentOS 6 in an environment with NFS in use to store libreoffice documents. Having used openoffice for years it was frustrating to continuously run into the situation where files located on NFS were read-only. After determining that the NFS filesystems were properly setup with full read-write access I began to do some research to find out what was going on.
After quite a bit of research I was lead to the following document:
Posted 05/28/2013 - 08:30 by ds3721
Who has access to your systems that either store or forward Card Holder information? If an auditor were to review your environment, could you easily answer that question? Is this information firewalled off from the rest of your environment?
Posted 05/17/2013 - 06:25 by ds3721
Its Friday, so let's have a little fun today. Remember back in the day this little device called a pager. A little black box that would display a number that you had to call back, or if you were really fancy an actual message. I believe most messages were limited to 80 characters (so if you thought twitter was difficult...). You can always check out the clip below from Tron Legacy if you can't remember the ever famous pager. At least we aren't talking about the Motorola Flip Phones or better yet the infamous "Bag Phone." But I digress . . .