Category Archives: Security

I found out why Zune 4.0 was killing the Internet for me

Today I woke up early & couldn’t go back to sleep. I just remembered something is that I’ve installed some updates on my computer & realized that it might be Microsoft restricting the tcpip.sys file to 10 half open TCP … Continue reading

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Time for another post

Well it has been a long time since my last post so I guess I should write something. Well I just recently listened to Major Nelson & I believe many of the things mentioned at the Xbox Account Security page … Continue reading

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Securing your site

Since I’ve seen so many customers getting their accounts hacked I figured I’d post the tools I have to try to deal with these types of issues. One of them can be found here, (I removed the link because the … Continue reading

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MD5, Should we really be using just it?

Well why are we still using MD5 hashes? I really want to know as I’ve heard of & seen at least one example where this is happened. This made me think that the solution might be to use multiple methods … Continue reading

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