Read my other post first. At that time, I was the only one having trouble seeing the logo correctly. And I thought it was a compatibility issue with Firefox. Now it looks even worse. Apparently they’re trying to fix it as the page displayed a “Page not available” warning once or twice. How hard could [...]
Entries for May, 2009
I agree that Linux is less vulnerable than Windows, but that doesn’t make it immune to attackers. It’s not always about security flaws, buffer overflows or denial of service attacks. Most intruders exploit incorrect system configurations or access permissions which are often caused by user ignorance. I came up with a list of 10 basic [...]
This post title is the name of a Fedora configuration tool which is getting better with each release. Firewall configuration used to scare new users, but now things are a lot easier. Having a nice and simple GUI, system-config-firewall (which is written in Python) offers default iptables rules for both desktop and server users and [...]
The new Firefox 3.5 Beta has a funny way of displaying error messages (at least when it comes to not being able to restore a session).