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Comment ??Anybody home?? (Score 1) 1127

umm, doood, why is PS not working when you swap out one of its DLLs with a "hacked" version some evidence of DRM? Adobe is perfectly capable of creating their own convoluted licensing enforcement without Microsoft getting involved.

And I must ask, if you are looping the output into the input of your sound card (which you seem to be doing) do you even have the competence to ensure you don't get good old fashioned feedback? This "story" really reminds me of some of the stuff I overhear from the seventh graders at the school where I work.

Do the Slashdot rubber stampers even read this stuff before putting it on the front page? Or is this some devious troll because we all quit reading idle?

Comment if you wait until it happens... (Score 5, Insightful) 195

You still need to do homework. I realized a while ago that I not only lack a good understanding of potential weaknesses in my sites, but I also lack the knowledge needed to actually do the forensic log analysis if I was to actually get exploited. Along the lines of the original post, what good introductory tools are there that relate to forensic log analysis?


Submission + - Eight corporate anthems to die for...well (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "As corporate anthems go, it's not a splash but we are always surprised to see companies come out with new ones. Here we have a recent song from SalesForce.com: "Dev Life". It contains the lyrics:" I'm coding Unix Windows Linux; I've got the dev life going mama; I'm like the coding Dalai Lama." Coding like the Dalai Lama? ! Yikes. But IBM isn't alone in these off beaters. Fujitsu, Checkpoint Symantec, Texas Instruments and many others have entered the rarified air of corporate songbirds. Here are links to eight of our favorite ditties. I know there are tons more out there, send them along if you get the chance. http://www.networkworld.com/community/?q=node/1750 4"

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