Yeah, I was trying to resist; but I must admit my first thought once I read this article actually was "So Teacup Entropy physics, Bistromathics and the Someone Else's Problem field may actually work."
It was only a matter of time before they realized the potential to distribute their malware via these new tools.
The can actually circumvent the protections that Google (GOOG) and other sites provide us by banning and publicizing sites that hide, spyware, viruses, spoofs, trojans and other malicious software.
Being a very big fan of social networking sites myself, the though never even occured to me until I obtained a virus by "stumbling" a recommended site from a fellow techie via Stumbleupon.com.
Social networking sites need to implement security measures ASAP so they do not harm their communities. I believe these companies will not do anything until the word really starts to get out and visitors start to decline.
So be weary do not trust unknown members of your respective social communities..."
To run Dynamips first you must install libpcap or winpcap depending on your platform. Windows users will need to install winpcap 4.0 or later which is currently in beta.
Next download the appropriate Linux or Windows executables for Dynamips. To do this I would recommended to download the Dynagen installer package, a front end written by Greg Anuzelli which uses an INI-like configuration file to provision the Dynamips emulator.
Next you'll need a Cisco IOS software image for a 7206, 3620, 3640, or 3660 router depending on which platform you will be emulating.
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"Kassa" did recieve over a thousend complaints adressed to Microsoft. In the show (streaming video, dutch, start min 17), they admitted there was a problem and said they would arrange for replacements, but they did not want to take full responsibility.
Our goal is simple: we want to collect community donations to enter a Linux sponsored car in the 2007 Indianapolis 500. If less than 1% of the Linux community donates $1, this will happen... Already about $5,000 was collected, and only 5 weeks are left.
For everybody who doesn't think this is a good idea: You don't have to donate, but please don't get in the way of people wanting to help, and read the FAQ before complaining)"
In Slovenia usage tops 40% whilst France, Germany and Finland show a percentage that is much higher than the world average.
Not really a surprise, many Europeans are open to alternatives, particularly when they work well!"