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Sun Microsystems

Submission + - Sun to end Try and Buy program (sun.com)

rainer_d writes: Word from Resellers and a note attached to its Try and Buy offers indicates that Sun's unique program will be discontinued after December 18th. No news on the SUN website.
I never got around trying something (and I would have felt bad for trying something without a real intention or budget to buy).
Hopefully, at least for customers with a proven business-case, there will still be an option to try out stuff on-site.

Networking

Submission + - IP address management solutions for IPV6?

rainer_d writes: I was wondering: what IP-address management solutions do people use and what is their plan once they roll out their first set of IPV6 addresse to hosts?
On the first look, I only find commercial offerings.
Feedback on those would also be appreciated.
Security

Submission + - How dangerous is the Internet?

rainer_d writes: Routinely, my helpdesk-staff must handle cases where google complains about a homepage containing malware (usually, the owners lost their ftp-password to some password-grabbing application).
Sometimes, they (helpdesk-staff) go directly to the website itself (even though Google warns everybody to not do this). With IE.
Personally, I use Firefox on a 64bit Linux (no flash, no java). But I found myself asking:
  — is there a lot of malware that is not detected by common AV-software? Is that problem actually "real"?
  — the XP-pcs in question are updated regularly and use an uptodate version of AV-software.
  — if it is indeed a big problem, what solutions are there? Allowing surfing only via a remote-desktop to a locked-down IR?

The helpdesk knows a lot of passwords — I would really not like them to "leak" any of those out via some stupid trojan.

How do you handle "safe browsing"?

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