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Setup VPN on DDWRT

Number of Views : 19128I use DDWRT as my home router / firewall. It has some of the best features that can be found on a router. Visit DDWRT for more information. I use the VPN when I am not in a trusted location. I have setup my iPhone, iPad, …

Evernote – WPF to C++

Number of Views : 12006I have used Evernote for quite a while, I ran into this blog post from a re-tweet on twitter. It is a post from the EverNote team about re-writing their application in C++ from WPF http://blog.evernote.com/2010/10/26/evernote-4-for-windows-is-here/ I find this interesting that a development team is moving …

Convert any Video Quickly to iPad

Number of Views : 6514Here is a great application to help quickly convert any video to another format ipad / iphone. http://videoconverter.hamstersoft.com/ This simple application makes converting video easy enough my mother could do it. You drag a video into the main window and then start the video transformation process. …

ASP.net Security Patch

Number of Views : 96134The Microsoft team has put out a patch for the POET vunerablity in ASP.net. http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/09/28/asp-net-security-update-now-available.aspx This vulnerability allowed access to files on the server. This is very bad considering some of the files on an IIS server are not meant to be shared, in particular the …

IISreporter – new site

Number of Views : 6080There is a new site over at iisreporter.com. Check out the new look and feel and leave some comments or suggestions. IISreporter is an application that shows you connections and information regarding IIS in real-time. It allows administrators to see how many people are currently connected …

Microsoft “Kin”

Number of Views : 3895The project known as “Kin” is now being killed inside microsoft. Engadget is running a post that explains what they believe is going on. http://www.engadget.com/2010/06/30/what-killed-the-kin/ The concept behind the Kin was to create a low price device that would allow people to stay connected to social …

Windows 7

Number of Views : 8887I was reading my daily RSS feeds and came across this headline. “More than 10% of all PCs worldwide now on Windows 7”. (http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windows7/archive/2010/04/22/more-than-10-of-all-pcs-worldwide-now-on-windows-7.aspx) It stood out and made me interested. That is pretty amazing, since Windows 7 has only been out for a few months. …

Relaunch of IISinformation.com

Number of Views : 3588The site iisinformation.com has recently gone through a re-launch. Head on over to www.iisinformation.com to check it out. The move from community server to wordpress was successful.

Visual Studio 2005 – c# My.object

Number of Views : 16958I have been working with VS 2005 a bit. One of the things I keep hearing people talk about, mainly a friend of mine who is using VB.NET 2005, is the “MY.OBJECT“. He was telling me how easy it is to grab a file and to …

AJAX Book

Number of Views : 6000A friend of mine is currently in the process of writing a AJAX .NET book. He is expecting a May / June release. The publishing company released a summary of the contents of the book today. Head on over to Apress and view the upcoming “Pro …

Share Point Alternative

Number of Views : 3218I have had a few people ask me questions on some open-source or alternative portal sites to sharepoint. I have seen a few linux based systems that perform similar tasks to sharepoint but nothing that was on the windows side. Until recently, I ran across (http://www.alfresco.org/) …

Wireless Network Security

Number of Views : 4907My last blog post last week on Network Intrusion has generated a lot of traffic and emails. It was interesting to know that people actually read what I post. A lot of people responded in emails asking to know some more information on wireless security. I …