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September 2009
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There a few milestones in my life that I can look back on and know that I have turned a corner. For example; - When I could no longer recognize the names in the Police Blotter section of the paper; I knew I was older. - When I could actually taste a difference between good beer and Pabst Blue Ribbon; I knew my pallet was getting better. - When I heard of CUDA and immediately thought of ...

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I really enjoy tweaking things to squeeze just a bit more power out of what I already have. If I am building a small-block Chevy engine, over-clocking a server, reprogramming a EEPROM or trimming out a fishing lure, I love pushing stuff to its absolute limits. However, sometimes all the modding in the world just can not solve the core problem. Putting a .265 duration cam, rollers, headers and hi ...

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It's really hard to beat layer 2 hacking to really mess stuff up. While folks are up at layer 4-7 messin' around with this socket or that scripting vuln, I am down here at layer 2 all fat, dumb and... fat.   Now most folks have pushed layer two security off to the side as a internal LAN based attack and look to features like Dynamic ARP Inspection, IP Source Guard, Root Guard, etc to render ...

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Well it’s the most wonderful time of the year here in the land of cheese and beer. Not the start of Packer football but the start of the school year. Both my youngins’ are in high school this year. As my son headed out to school, I started wondering how much social networking is playing into kids life now. Then I took it a step further…and started wondering if now geeks are the ...

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