Bechtel put Vista’s IPv6 stack on trial – Network World

From the article: Bechtel put Vista’s IPv6 stack on trial – Network World One benefit of Vista’s IPv6 implementation for Bechtel is the Peer Name Resolution Protocol (PNRP), a Microsoft-developed and patented technology that enables host computers to publish the names and IP addresses of peer computers. PNRP 2.0 comes bundled with Vista, but it…

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Blue screen Tattoo?

  From the article: tumbl.us killed the blog star – a tumblelog via modblog.bmezine.com Why would someone do this ?

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Avalanche Lives

About 2 years ago, a small story out of the Microsoft Research lab in Cambridge caused a bit of a frenzy in the press and with the creator of Bittorrent Brad Cohen  Today after several years of development and testing, you can use “Avalanche” now called “Microsoft Secure Content Downloader” (gotta love Microsoft product names)…

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TWiT- Windows Weekly Live

 Pau Thurrott and Leo Laporte are doing another live chat on talkshoe on 7/27  at 4pm Eastern Time Join Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott for the live interactive edition of Windows Weekly. From the TWiT Netcast Network. TalkShoe – Talkcast – Windows Weekly Live

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Austin Powers Free on Xbox Live

Interesting ad promotion on Xbox Live this week. From the article: Xbox Live tries ads with McDonald’s, New Line partnership – 6/22/2007 – Video Business Microsoft Xbox Live is partnering with McDonald’s and New Line Home Entertainment to offer its first advertiser-sponsored movie, which will be available free to subscribers over two separate one-week periods….

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Microsoft parking structure will hold 5,000 vehicles | Seattle Times Newspaper

From the article: Business & Technology | Microsoft parking structure will hold 5,000 vehicles | Seattle Times Newspaper Microsoft is digging for a solution to the parking crunch on its growing Redmond campus. The software giant is excavating a giant pit for an underground parking garage with the capacity for some 5,000 vehicles. That’s nearly…

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Anti-security software

Mark Russinovich writes about a class of security bugs that many applications (including lots of 3rd party “security” solutions) suffer from. Squatting Attacks are enabled when improper security permissions are applied to files and synchronization objects. Unfortunately, Mr. Russinovich finds that lots of applications make these mistakes and has a tool AccessChk that will help pinpoint these security…

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Mac or PC, the rap.

Mmm..Geek rap. Originally seen at: GeekLimit

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Coding Horror: How to Clean Up a Windows Spyware Infestation

From the article: Coding Horror: How to Clean Up a Windows Spyware Infestation Let my mistake be a lesson to everyone reading this: never browse the web without the very latest version of your preferred web browser. Intentionally choosing to browse the web with a three year old browser, as I did, is an incredibly…

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Vista compatible 3rd party firewall now available

From the article: Firewall fire sale: Free ZoneAlarm makes it to Vista The Vista version of ZoneAlarm, a two-way firewall that will continue to be given away, is the first from a major security vendor to apply Vista’s Windows Filtering Platform (WFP) API, said Laura Yecies, the general manager of Check Point’s consumer security line….

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