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This is an introduction to a case study that was published recently, this case study is a good example for everyone of us, if we need to extend the use of opensource and especially Linux we need to start from … Continue reading
Microsoft has acknowledged that they slipped the .NET Framework Assistant plugin into Firefox via Windows Update this past February, and that it has poked a “critical” hole in the browser’s security (effectively bringing Firefox down to IE’s level). Microsoft has … Continue reading
SSH Tunnel Manager allows users to easily manage a configurable list of SSH tunnels and their required keys. The program allows you to maintain a configuration of commonly used dynamic, local, and/or remote SSH port-forwarding tunnels. Once configured, the tunnels … Continue reading
A comparaison has been done between the latest versions of the 5 most popular web browesrs: Mozilla Firefox 3.5, Google Chrome 3.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0, Opera 10.0, Apple Safari 4.0.
The Dutch police are going for an open source solution. Today, Red Hat, the leader in open source solutions, announced that the Dutch Police cooperation “voorziening tot samenwerking Politie Nederland” (vtsPN) has selected Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL 5) … Continue reading
Good news, openoffice 3.2 will have new chart features, the Chart module was exchanged completely on the way to OpenOffice.org 2.3 . Here are a list of new chart features in openoffice 3.2 Task Target Status Chart useability issues OOo … Continue reading