These guys don’t give up do they.
They are trying to get you to visit
expressmediroad.com, not a good idea to go there by the way. As usual they will be trying to sell you fake pills, usually sugar pills.
Spammers Abusing Google’s “Im Feeling Lucky”
Well a Release Candidate is available for Firefox for the new 3.0 version. You can grab your copy off the Firefox site.
Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1
Here is an interesting video for you all. I new Inkjet Printer wasted ink cleaning them selves etc, but god damn they waste lots.
The Dirty Little Secret of Inkjet Printers – Metacafe is a click away
Well if you use Debian or Ubuntu is would suggest looking into that conf, apparently PRNG (Pseudo Random Number Generator) is predictable and installing a patch isn’t good enough to fix this problem. After installing the patch you will need to regenerate your keys.
All OpenSSH and X.509 keys generated on such systems must be considered untrustworthy, regardless of the system on which they are used, even after the update has been applied.
USN-612-1: OpenSSL vulnerability
DSA-1571-1 OpenSSL – Predictable Random Number Generator
Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) has started a website called NoCleanFeed.com, the aim of the site is to oppose ISP content filtering that is being proposed by the Australian Federal government.
No Clean Feed
Hello everyone. The Microsoft security updates for the month of may have been released. Most of the updates affect Office this month, bar the one for Microsoft Onecare.
Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for May 2008
Someone is now targeting Google Adwords users in an attempt to gain access to their accounts. I Received the following email today:
Dear Google AdWords Customer,
We were unable to process your payment.
Your ads will be suspended soon unless we can process your payment.
To prevent your ads from being suspended, please update your payment information.
Please sign in
to your account at http://adwords.google.com/select/login,
and update your payment information.
This message was sent from a notification-only email address that does
not accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this message.
Just a word to the wise it’s old fashioned phishing using a subdomain when you click on the URL in the message. When you lick the link it takes you to:
The above URL presents a page that looks like the Google Adwords login. So watch out for it webmasters cause they are just trying to own your account.