Month: October 2006

  • CVE Commentary

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] http://cve.mitre.org/cve/edcommentary.html#community_issues CVE editor Steven Christey has begun to post commentary related to CVE and VDBs. [2013-07-07 Update: This effort didn’t last long. The last update was 2006-02-16, 4 days after this blog post. =(]

  • Insert a classy pun.

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] This entry should have been published days ago. On top of being overly busy and spread thin, I ran into a big problem related to finding a reference I wanted to include, which will lead to this being a little more ranty than intended. How is it […]

  • Google VulnSearch?

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Fall behind and someone will always beat you to the punch! Gadi Evron posted an entry over at Securiteam on the topic of using Google’s Codesearch to find vulns. Since he and others are writing about this, I don’t have to! However, i’ll post a few more […]

  • General TV Complaint

    I’ve thought about this post in my mind for the last two years, since I’ve started watching more tv shows. thank $deity for torrents and a 19″ monitor, because i certainly can’t watch the shows on the network’s time tables. yes, i pay 55 bucks a month for extended cable and *never* turn my TV […]

  • Stupid E-mail Disclaimers and the Stupid Users that Use Them

    [This was written with Martums and originally published on attrition.org.] We thought it would be a fad. Ok, we hoped it would be a fad, destined to go away as quickly as it came. Unfortunately, those worthless e-mail legal disclaimers still pollute the internet. Written by overzealous lawyers that don’t seem to realize the stupidity futility of their effort, […]