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Information Security – Seguridad Informática Archive
- Posted on 2010.12.02 | 2 CommentsSo, what was the first thing I did? Well, I walked out of that ceremony with my naturalization certificate in hand and headed straight home to fill out the most important applications of my life: FBI and NOAA Corps.
- Posted on 2009.03.21 | No CommentsThe river never stood still. That is when I saw it. I noticed that the concave sky, which was always so distant and so far above, was hereby being pulled into the Grand River and dragged to the same altitude as my mortal life.
- Posted on 2008.12.13 | No CommentsI was supposed to take a certification exam for my capstone class. It did not matter if I passed it or not — I just had to take it to […]
- Posted on 2008.11.02 | No CommentsIf you have developed database-driven desktop applications with ADO.NET, you have probably come across the password problem. Whether your application was written in C#, VB.NET, C++ or other .NET language, […]
- Posted on 2008.09.28 | 2 CommentsWhat I just found out, what has just made me scream "wahoo!" at 2:30 in the morning without regards for my neighbors, is that there is a simple way to make my robots talk to each other. There is a way to create a mesh network with low power consumption and tight security. I just found out about the IEEE 802.15.4 specification for low-rate personal area networks.
- Posted on 2008.09.18 | No CommentsOf course, no one defined "network" in the requirements for capstone projects. That means I can expand "network" into any type of network -- not just computer networks. I could make this project legendary! Thus, I decided to build a secure network.
Bypassing Security Restrictions In Google Sites 2: The Goooooooooomonster and the Secret of the Magical iFramePosted on 2008.09.03 | 7 CommentsWhen people wanted to use their own programs along with the little program made by the blue Goooooooooomonster with red hair, they just had to use the magical iFrame. The iFrame spell was something like this....
- Posted on 2008.08.19 | 3 CommentsI came up with the basic URL parameters needed to create hyperlinks linking directly to specific forms in ServiceDesk.
- Posted on 2008.07.26 | No CommentsWelcome to the Quick Hack of the Day series, a collection of quick & dirty hacks meant for innocent pranks, authorized security testing, and other less benevolent but legal purposes.