Monday, 10 November 2014
Oh. Here we go again. It's the graphics. It doesn't appear to set the right graphics mode when the 14.10 ISO image fires into the installer.
But we can fix that. Again.
Friday, 7 November 2014
- Command & Conquer
- How-To : OpenConnect to Cisco, LibreOffice, and Broadcasting With WebcamStudio
- Graphics : Inkscape.
- Linux Labs: Compiling a Kernel Pt.3
- Review: MEGAsync
- Ubuntu Games: Prison Architect, and X-Plane Plugins
Thursday, 30 October 2014
If at any stage browsing the web you are presented with a blank page, you may need to refresh your browser's cache by pressing the Control and F5 keys.
Failing that, different web browser software may require additional steps to adjust the security settings. Please consider carefully your need to apply this on any other websites.
'Mixed content' and framesIf you can rule out any firewall or site blocking issues, you may find the problem comes from embedded content from third-party sites -in particular the dreaded iframes. Your web-browser software may be overcautious in it's treatment of 'mixed content'.
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
A worthwhile post care of the British Banking Association at bba.org.uk.
Keeping your money safe is your bank’s number one priority. That’s why they’ve set up secure procedures to protect you from fraudsters. But these criminals are often sophisticated and their techniques are constantly changing. One such ploy is to pretend they work for the police or your bank.
Dangerous though this is, there are tell-tale requests a fraudster may make that your bank NEVER will. Knowing what these are can ensure you don’t fall victim to such as an attack.
Eight things your bank will never ask you to do…
Sunday, 21 September 2014
For instance, it may be ugly, but embed codes are still necessary to add media content, such as a Vimeo player, to pages. However, if you try to add an iframe to an article, you can't simply use the HTML editor and paste in your iframe code because Joomla will, by default, strip it out as a security breach.
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
The malware, also called Dyreza, designed to bypass SSL and steal login credentials, is prompting sofware vendors to email clients a "not us, guv" denial.
The Dyre banking trojan which was reported at the start of the Summer (source article: Security Researchers Warn of New Dyre Banking Trojan (eSecurityplanet) by Jeff Goldman, June 20, 2014) appears to be gathering pace such companies such as Salesforce this week felt compelled to mass-mail customers to tell them there is no specific vulnerability in their software.
Rather the Dyre or Dyreza trojan is designed to bypass SSL protection and steal banking credentials. Delivered via phishing emails with the subject lines "Your FED TAX payment was Rejected" and "RE: Invoice" the attack emails links to zip files on LogMeIn's Cubby.com file storage service.
Monday, 1 September 2014
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