Your java is vulnerable.
There’s an update, the update is vulnerable.
n days ago there was a zero-day exploit released for Java.
Sometimes I feel like a broken record, but what can you do?
- The safest thing to do is uninstall Java. Most users do not need it.
- If you cannot uninstall Java because you need it to run a
The latest version of Movable Type, MT4, comes in three distinct flavors, plus an enterprise version. Since I work with small businesses, and individuals, I thought I would take a minute to go over the various features and license terms as I understand them.
MTOS (Movable Type Open Source)
I have seen the company call this the “core” product, that … Read the rest
Tim (we didn’t write the book on MT, just the manual) Appnel wrote to the MTOS mailing list, ostensibly addressing reasons for using CPAN modules in place of MT code that replicates pre-existing CPAN mods. He made a technical point, but I think this point is so much more important, I have quoted it. I removed the … Read the rest
I have never really used Flash for anything. My attitudes and knowledge of it all stem from experiences gained around 2000. When I read Dan Webb’s post about how he was going to start to learn more about the newer versions of Flash, I had a kind of smart-aleck response: Ya sure, if it runs under X Windows on … Read the rest
This one really confounded me for a while. In my quest to use more free software, one thing stumped me with the GIMP that I think is more or less trivial with other software. Rounded Corners. Problem solved: [GUG] tomcat’s tutorial – rounded corners; plus a user group, GUG centered around my favorite graphics program.… Read the rest
Firefox is the newest browser from Netscape’s Mozilla project; get yours here. I am posting from this new browser today because all of my links and bookmarks imported fine from IE. In fact, I barely notice the difference in the way this new free browser renders my MT interface.
Mozilla is an Open Source project, so support of it … Read the rest
In case there was any doubt about the advice in the the aritcle about service pack 2, “Fun with XP SP2 and NMAP“, I think users should apply the patch if they can. (Unless of course someone else is responsible for the machine, such as a network administrator.)
Users may have heard security experts claim that … Read the rest