“In a step that should move Opera to a higher position on the browser usage statistics charts, Opera will change the default browser User Agent (UA) to identify itself as Opera – no more as Internet Explorer (IE).”
“No it’s not one of those slow and unplayable basic games. This is a real-time 3d-raycaster based on the game by id. Also includes an on-calc mapeditor.”
Wolfenstein 3D is the classic first person shooter game, from which, according to Wikipedia, the genre was born. It’s engine was later released by the developer, id Software, as open source.
Slashdot reports Geoffrey Huntley found eighteen government servers auctioned with all the personal information still stored on them and easily accessible (root password was set to root).
Haamupäivitysongelma on nyt toivottavasti ratkaistu. Olin unohtanut täyttää RSS-syötteen seurattavan tiedoston kenttään Blogilistan blogi-infossa. Hupsista.
“With digital projectors, films are screened and distributed by computer. […] Studios have spent the last three years working on the technology and have now settled on specifications they say are good enough for all types of movies. […] The cost of distributing each film will be cut by 75% because studios can send their films to cinemas by satellite, fibre optic cable or disc, instead of truck.”
Syystä tai toisesta Nuudelisoppa tuntuu nykyjään haamuilevan Blogilistan päivitystutkalle. Syytä siihen en tällä hetkellä tiedä, enkä siksi pysty sitä korjaamaankaan.
“A deal between Cisco and Internet Security Systems to pull a talk about Cisco vulnerabilities at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas Wednesday has attendees crying cover up and led to the resignation of a prominent researcher. […] At this year’s event, Michael Lynn, a member of ISS’ X-Force R&D team, gave a talk Wednesday on vulnerabilities in Cisco’s IOS, but he did so only after resigning from ISS, according to a company spokesperson. […]
Cisco and ISS plan to research the vulnerabilities further and disclose them in the proper forum at a later date, [an ISS] spokesperson said.”
Cisco’s now trying to silence the guy using legal actions.
“The newest patches to download are listed on the top of this page. If you are new to the site, the easiest way to keep up-to-date is to bookmark this page and return on a regular basis.”
Look like the patches they’re offering are Windows only.
Too bad that with such a cool idea they’re not offering an RSS feed. You’d think the whole purpose of gathering all patches in one place would be to avoid the “check this site on regular basis” hassle. Of course, checking just one site instead of many does save some trouble, but still…
Or does that “if you’re new to this site” premise imply that there are other ways to keep up-to-date, not apparent on the surface?