"It would be a travesty if 2003 goes down in IT history as the year SCO cried foul..." Via Linux Today.
"This year, SCO's legal counterattack and Bill Gates' admission that Linux is Microsoft's No. 1 competitor demonstrate they're feeling the heat..."
Not shocking, seeing as Windows development is starting to mirror Linux development methods.
Or just some 14 inch rims. Read all about it here.
At least you'll finally look cool while mowing the lawn.
The first beta test of a set of updates for Windows XP is designed to bolster the operating system's security and add support for Version 1.1 of Bluetooth and a new wireless LAN client. Via Computerworld News.
I wonder if PC Magazine knows it, after their Mac-bashing article ? By the way, this article was from Ziff Davis, a VERY PC-biased media company. Either way, that seems to be the case according to RFC 2131, better known as DHCP.
After reading this weblog, it appears that any machine that connects to a rouge DHCP can be 0wn3d.
Here's an interesting quote from the article:
The only difference to Apple is that they also use DHCP for LDAP discovery. But even if all you use DHCP for is IPv4 addressing, and DNS, you're still at risk on a rogue server, because that server now has your IP address, and your MAC address, which can be of great convenience to a cracker.
A nice rebuttal is at The Mac Observer. Ready to eat your words, Mr. Ulanoff?