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- Network troubleshooting with Netsh
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- Clean your MSSQL TempDB file and more
- Network named incorrectly under Network and Sharing Center
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- What is core parking and should you adjust it?
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- Export VMWare Player's Virtual Machines to an OVF file
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- CVE-2014-3598 (opensuse, pillow)The Jpeg2KImagePlugin plugin in Pillow before 2.5.3 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a crafted image.
- CVE-2014-8361 (dir-600l, dir-600l_firmware, dir-605l, dir-605l_firmware, dir-619l, dir-619l_firmware, dir-809, dir-809_firmware, dir-905l, dir-905l_firmware, realtek_sdk)The miniigd SOAP service in Realtek SDK allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted NewInternalClient request.
- CVE-2015-0237 (enterprise_virtualization_manager)Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) Manager before 3.5.1 ignores the permission to deny snapshot creation during live storage migration between domains, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (prevent host start) by creating a long snapshot chain.
- CVE-2015-0257 (enterprise_virtualization_manager)Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) Manager before 3.5.1 uses weak permissions on the directories shared by the ovirt-engine-dwhd service and a plugin during service startup, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading files in the directory.
- CVE-2015-0532 (rsa_identity_management_and_governance)EMC RSA Identity Management and Governance (IMG) 6.9 before P04 and 6.9.1 before P01 does not properly restrict password resets, which allows remote attackers to obtain access via crafted use of the reset process for an arbitrary valid account name, as demonstrated by a privileged account.
- CVE-2014-3598 (opensuse, pillow)
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- If you missed our digital sign, TNReconnect has a deadline....multiple locations in the state... http://t.co/0sqngBx4wC 20 hours ago
- RT @Wilton_Tools: Daniel, a @tcatshelbyville student, said that becoming a #welder was the best decision he's ever made! http://t.co/aHUeHd… 1 day ago
- Daniel, a @tcatshelbyville student, said that becoming a #welder was the best decision he's ever made! ~ Wilton Tools http://t.co/1jAByVpIiN 1 day ago
Daily Archives: Sunday, November 16, 2008 6:17 pm
Soocial offers an online application designed to let you see everything from one website. Check It Out. Link
The living wage calculator was developed by Dr. Amy K. Glasmeier. It gives a rough look at wages needed to survive in today’s economy. Link to Wage Calculator.
Cool Program. Scanner Link Why would you use it? Hmmm…not sure. Looks cool?
Intel help standardize USB. In the early days, no one used it but today we couldn’t live without it. With the new USB 3.0 standard, soon motherboards will adapt the standard and you’ll be able to get an add-on card … Continue reading
I have always liked Lifehacker and still do. I stumbled on an older article that says you should share your wireless internet. Hmmm … not me I work for my internet No viruses for me thank you, I ate some … Continue reading