Couldn't agree more! The number of actual wiretaps has probably doubled, they just "forgot" to request permission for the new ones, plus 14% of the normal ones.
Freeware OpenAudIT works well too for a systems discovery / inventory tool. Runs great on a small linux box with php, mysql, apache. Interface to nmap, can collect all hardware, OS, Network info, as well as installed software and patches. Base setup took me about 15 minutes.
Klaxon for Android is a must have. My team is all using it too.
I guess I could also set things up such that everyone not on a pre-approved list gets auto forwarded to the House of Representatives switchboard.
Wonder if I can obtain a 900 number for my cell phone. At least then the robocalling pricks have to pay me to talk to me. $1000 per minute seems fair.
Thanks for all you have done for the IT community over the years. I'll miss your imprint on the stories here. Have been inspired to try new things by many a post, and I am grateful for your influences. Best of luck as you continue your journey.
It's a trick.... get a knife They're just looking for those who will download movies to investigate for downloading other works
Whether they spoil in the heat, freeze in the winter, or get taken out by a human-friendly venue of vultures, a zombie outbreak is unlikely to succeed. Here's 7 reasons why we should stop worrying about the shambling dead and start concentrating on a real threat: sparkly vampires.
Logged in users have noticed for some time the request to drink from the Slashdot Firehose. Well now we're ready to start having everybody test it out. It's partially a collaborative news system, partially a redesigned & dynamic next-generation Slashdot index. It's got a lot of really cool features, and a lot of equally annoying new problems for us to find and fix for the next few weeks. I've attached a rough draft of the FAQ to the end of this article. A quick read of it will probably answer most questions from how it works, what all the color codes mean, to what we intend to do with it.
bohn002 writes "In order to coordinate and expand access to the state's broadband data network, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland has signed an executive order establishing the Ohio Broadband Council and the Broadband Ohio Network. The order directs the Ohio Broadband Council to coordinate efforts to extend access to the Broadband Ohio Network to every county in Ohio. The order allows public and private entities to tap into the Broadband Ohio Network — all with a goal of expanding access to high-speed internet service in parts of the state that presently don't have such service."