Monthly Archives: October 2009

Easily secure your iPhone’s connection

When you’re out and about using your phone’s wifi connection to get net access, you should be concerned about your security. Just because the sites you visit are SSL doesn’t mean you’re safe. Just have a look at the tool¬†SSLStrip. … Continue reading

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New Super Quiet Supermicro X8SIL VMWare ESXi Server

Update: VMWare ESXi 4.1 detects the SATA controller just find. ¬†The separate SAS card is no longer necessary. The novelty of having a 1U server in my small apartment has worn off. Even on the workstation setting, the tiny fans … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Deployment Projects do not like dashes in your path.

I was attempting to build one of our projects under a new path and was experiencing this incredibly frustrating problem of having my output msi files being significantly smaller than the official build. We build a number of solutions and … Continue reading

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