Monthly Archives: December 2012

Spotify and Fedora

During the FAD EMEA 2012 Jiri told me about Spotify and how cool it is. I really liked in the past (meaning 3-4 years back, I think) but stopped using it after they wanted my money. Well, like plenty … Continue reading →...

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Alpine Linux 2.5.1 released

The Alpine Linux Project is pleased to announce the immediate availablity of version 2.5.1 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which contains kernels based on linux 3.6.13 Download:

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Immer wieder trifft man auf schöne Grafiken, welche die prozentualen Anteile der Browser darstellen. Irgendwie komisch, dass bei diversen IE einen hohen Anteil besitzt. Erstaunlicherweise zeigt eine Seite, welche wahrscheinlich von einer sehr homoge...

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Es trifft nicht nur Automobil-Hersteller, sondern auch informatikaffinere Unternehmen, wenn es um die Richtigkeit der Preise ihrer Produkte geht. Oder sind Marketing-Massnahmen....

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Zum Glück haben wir in Europa an vielen Orten “24h”…so kann ich dieses Spielchen noch eine Weile treiben 😉 Beim nächsten Pip ist es: 12:12:12 am 12.12.12...

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Latex vs. Latex

Mit der eingeblendeten Werbung ist es so eine Sache…Als ehemaliger Nutzer von Google Adsense habe ich vor langer Zeit mal ein paar Erfahrungen gemacht. Es lässt sich fast nicht kontrollieren, was auf der Seite als Werbung landet. Nichts gegen ...

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Breakout 0.2.0 available

Jeff released Breakout 0.2.0. Now stepper motor support is included and AdvancedFirmata is a new feature. For further information please refer to the announcement....

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Nikto and OpenVAS

In a previous entry I described how to setup OpenVAS on Fedora. This post is about the integration of nikto into OpenVAS. First we need nikto. Fortunately a package is available in the Fedora Package Collection. [crayon-607c78dc9f75d854528640/] Let&#...

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Use Nessus to check the status of your Fedora system

If you have a couple of machine in your network it’s easy to lose track of the installation of security updates. Why not use nessus to check the status? It a simple way to detect deviations and fix them. After … Continue reading →...

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Nessus on Fedora

OpenVAS was forked from Nessus a couple of years ago. It seems that OpenVAS take too much time to load all plugins. Joerg suggested to use nessus because of its neat web interface, the speed, and the ability to produce … Continue reading &rarr...

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OpenVAS and Fedora

OpenVAS is available from the Fedora Package Collection for some releases now. If you don’t want to install OpenVAS, you can try the Fedora Security Lab. Using OpenVAS is an easy way to test how vulnerable systems are. Of course, … Conti...

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