Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
@vulpine@... Using Linux don't mean that you are not a part of any extended botnet. See my posting on TechRepubLic URL: http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-1009-0.html?forumID=102&threadID=334998, which has already been reported as SPAM by someone, what mean? The story I wrote is true ? New Linux Operating System have back door ? You can use Windows, Linux, MAC OS or anything else, but security depends on the configuration of your antivirus, firewall & using habit of Internet User. As per my experience, I saw a corporate network having the most expensive Firewall Device on their Internet Gateway, but the config was to allow bittrrent file transfer!!! I saw user who used to open all, I mean ALL incoming email, either it sold *gra, or Fake winning result. His personal believe was he is in safe position as their IT installed a good firewall and any email might give a opportunity to start a new business. Now understand what happens to him every week.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Friday, August 13, 2010
We need to create a Group which Goal is to share our experience on brand new protocol IPv6 & Make pressure to our Government to take step to connect Bangladesh with IPv6 network via IIGW(s).
1. Thanks to GlobalVoice in English, to Cover the Issue of IPv6 status in Bangladesh
2. Thanks for your support to spreed the concern to make both Government Own IIGW (BTCL), Privately Own IIGW (Mango Teleservices) has sufficient equipment to support IPv6 Routing, Only need it to enable and Manage.
Upstreams like Tata Communication in India or SingTEL in Singapore is currently major gateway of Bangladesh to Internet World. The Seabone in Italy is another gateway where major EU traffic pass through has IPv6 Support. So, why not BTCL or Mango Teleservices is creating BGP Peer with them to connect IPv6 Network?
Group name IPv6 in Bangladesh
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Actually general people are not aware of the IP address limitations on current Internet. But the Analyst of Bigger Company are already thinking and planing to move their network to IPv6. Google Inc, has already moved a copy of this network in IPv6, same to Hotmail, Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple has already done the job to migrate their network to IPv6. When people will found most of the content is in IPv6 Network, who will stay on IPv4 ?
We, who are working on ISP network expansion, we know how much effort we need to get an IPv4 allocation from respective RIR as they also have few more prefix to allocate. It's true that there is a lot of unused IPv4 in Internet, but if all of them can be used, still it will not cover the growth of current Internet for 1 year proximately.
Chief Technology Advisor
An IPv6 Enable ISP of Bangladesh, Need IPv6? Knock us!
Wired reports that the “gross insecurity” of high-tech locks has been exposed. Several different expensive, modern locks with advanced design concepts proved ineffective against the efforts of Marc Weber Tobias, Toby Bluzmanis, and Matt Fiddler, who have been exposing the poor security design of physical locks at DefCon for years.
The most egregious example appears to be the $200 Biolock Model 333. It provides a fingerprint reader as its main selling point, but also features a remote for locking and unlocking and a physical key in case the fingerprint reader fails to unlock the door for its user. The whole biometric selling point was trivially bypassed, however, by simply inserting a straightened paper clip into the keyhole. The sort of lockpicking practiced by locksmiths (and private investigators in the world of TV shows and movies) is not required; the whole process simply involves pushing the paperclip into the keyhole and turning the handle.
The Wired article offers a video of the technique, demonstrated by the security researchers presenting their findings at this year’s DefCon. They describe the lock’s vulnerability as a “perfect example of insecurity engineering”.
Another example involves a Kwikset smartkey deadbolt system that can be trivially cracked with a screwdriver. Kwikset has stated that the lock has “passed the most stringent lock-picking standard.” Marc Weber Tobias pointed out that adherence to standards is not enough when it comes to security. The very nature of many problems we face is defined by the unexpected and unpredictable. If we do not expect it and cannot predict it, we certainly cannot standardize it.
A small safe intended for residential use, a battery operated electronic lock operated by an RFID key, and an electro-mechanical lock that keeps an audit log — from AMSEC, KABA, and iLock respectively — were also found to suffer weaknesses in their security functionality.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
A Customer Review on this Book at Amazone.Com:
Monday, August 9, 2010
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. Awarded $4.8 Million SATCOM Equipment Order From Telecommunications Service Provider || atrexx
The order comprises a variety of Comtech EF Data products, including the CDM-625 Advanced Satellite Modem, companion redundancy switches and the CSAT-5060 C-Band Transceivers. The award-winning CDM-625 Advanced Satellite Modem combines advanced technologies for maximum bandwidth efficiency under all conditions, including DoubleTalk(R) Carrier-in-Carrier(R) bandwidth compression, patented VersaFEC(R) low latency LDPC forward error correction with Adaptive Coding and Modulation, patent pending ultra low overhead streamline encapsulation, header compression and payload compression. The CSAT-5060 C-Band Transceivers provide flexibility, ease of installation and RF performance typically available only with independent, solid-state power amplifier and frequency converter topologies.
Also included in the order is the CX-U Series cellular backhaul platform from Comtech EF Data's subsidiary, Memotec, Inc. Memotec's CX-U Series is a dedicated cellular backhaul platform delivering Radio Access Network optimization and A/E voice trunks compression. The CX-U reduces the bandwidth required to backhaul cellular traffic, therefore avoiding costly forklift network upgrades. The result is a significant reduction in operating and capital expenses.
Fred Kornberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of Comtech Telecommunications Corp., said, "Given the CAPEX and OPEX savings our technologies deliver, mobile operators are able to make compelling business cases to replace legacy networks with Comtech equipment."
Memotec, Inc., a subsidiary of Comtech EF Data Corp., is an innovative supplier of optimization solutions for cellular backhaul networks. Its flagship product, the CX Series, enables enterprises, GSM, CDMA and 3G operators to dramatically reduce network operating expenses by cutting transmission costs and extending the service capabilities for evolving networks. Memotec's solutions are proven globally with equipment deployed in over 200 cellular network operations throughout Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Please visit www.memotec.com for more information.
Comtech EF Data Corp. manufactures a broad spectrum of satellite earth station communications products, including Satellite Modems, Bandwidth & Capacity Management, TCP/IP Performance Enhancement Proxies, Encapsulators, Receivers, Frequency Converters, Amplifiers, Transceivers and Terminals. All products meet or exceed the standards published by worldwide and regional satellite networks. Please visit www.comtechefdata.com for more information.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. designs, develops, produces and markets innovative products, systems and services for advanced communications solutions. The Company believes many of its solutions play a vital role in providing or enhancing communication capabilities when terrestrial communications infrastructure is unavailable, inefficient or too expensive. The Company conducts business through three complementary segments: telecommunications transmission, mobile data communications and RF microwave amplifiers. The Company sells products to a diverse customer base in the global commercial and government communications markets. The Company believes it is a market leader in the market segments that it serves.
Certain information in this press release contains statements that are forward-looking in nature and involve certain significant risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from such forward-looking information. The Company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings identify many such risks and uncertainties. Any forward-looking information in this press release is qualified in its entirety by the risks and uncertainties described in such Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
Sunday, August 8, 2010
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Saturday, August 7, 2010
HP CEO Mark Hurd Resigns; CFO Cathie Lesjak Appointed Interim CEO; HP Announces Preliminary Results and Raises Full-year Outlook
PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today announced that Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President Mark Hurd has decided with the Board of Directors to resign his positions effective immediately.
The Board has appointed CFO Cathie Lesjak, 51, as CEO on an interim basis. Lesjak is a 24-year veteran of the company who has served as HP’s CFO and as a member of the company’s Executive Council since January 2007. She oversees all company financial matters and will retain her CFO responsibilities during the interim period.
Hurd’s decision was made following an investigation by outside legal counsel and the General Counsel’s Office, overseen by the Board, of the facts and circumstances surrounding a claim of sexual harassment against Hurd and HP by a former contractor to HP. The investigation determined there was no violation of HP’s sexual harassment policy, but did find violations of HP’s Standards of Business Conduct.
A Search Committee of the Board of Directors has been created, consisting of Marc L. Andreessen, Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., John H. Hammergren, and Joel Z. Hyatt, which will oversee the process for the identification and selection of a new CEO and Board Chair. HP’s lead independent director, Robert Ryan, will continue in that position.
Hurd said: “As the investigation progressed, I realized there were instances in which I did not live up to the standards and principles of trust, respect and integrity that I have espoused at HP and which have guided me throughout my career. After a number of discussions with members of the board, I will move aside and the board will search for new leadership. This is a painful decision for me to make after five years at HP, but I believe it would be difficult for me to continue as an effective leader at HP and I believe this is the only decision the board and I could make at this time. I want to stress that this in no way reflects on the operating performance or financial integrity of HP.”
“The corporation is exceptionally well positioned strategically,” Hurd continued. “HP has an extremely talented executive team supported by a dedicated and customer focused work force. I expect that the company will continue to be successful in the future.”
Robert Ryan, lead independent director of the Board, said: “The board deliberated extensively on this matter. It recognizes the considerable value that Mark has contributed to HP over the past five years in establishing us as a leader in the industry. He has worked tirelessly to improve the value of HP, and we greatly appreciate his efforts. He is leaving this company in the hands of a very talented team of executives. This departure was not related in any way to the company’s operational performance or financial condition, both of which remain strong. The board recognizes that this change in leadership is unexpected news for everyone associated with HP, but we have strong leaders driving our businesses, and strong teams of employees driving performance.”
“The scale, global reach, broad portfolio, financial strength and, very importantly, the depth and talent of the HP team are sustainable advantages that uniquely position the company for the future,” said Lesjak. “I accept the position of interim CEO with the clear goal to move the company forward in executing HP’s strategy for profitable growth. We have strong market momentum and our ability to execute is irrefutable as demonstrated by our Q3 preliminary results.”
Lesjak has taken herself out of consideration as the permanent CEO but will serve as interim CEO until the selection process is complete. Candidates from both inside and outside the company will be considered. The selection of a new chairman will occur in conjunction with the CEO decision.
The company does not expect to make any additional structural changes or executive leadership changes in the near future.
HP announces preliminary third quarter results; raises full-year outlook for revenue and non-GAAP EPS
HP is announcing preliminary results for the third fiscal quarter 2010, with revenue of approximately $30.7 billion up 11% compared with the prior-year period.
In the third quarter, preliminary GAAP diluted earnings per share (EPS) were approximately $0.75 and non-GAAP diluted EPS were approximately $1.08. GAAP and non-GAAP EPS were negatively impacted by $0.02 pertaining to one-time charges relating to the previously announced U.S. Department of Justice settlement. Non-GAAP diluted EPS estimates exclude after-tax costs of approximately $0.33 per share, related primarily to restructuring, amortization of purchased intangible assets and acquisition-related charges.
For the fourth fiscal quarter of 2010, HP estimates revenue of approximately $32.5 billion to $32.7 billion, GAAP diluted EPS in the range of $1.03 to $1.05 and non-GAAP diluted EPS in the range of $1.25 to $1.27. Non-GAAP diluted EPS estimates exclude after-tax costs of approximately $0.22 per share, related primarily to restructuring, amortization of purchased intangible assets and acquisition-related charges.
For the full year, HP now expects revenue in the range of $125.3 billion to $125.5 billion. FY10 GAAP diluted EPS is expected to be in the range of $3.62 to $3.64 and non-GAAP diluted EPS in the ranged of $4.49 to $4.51. FY10 non-GAAP diluted EPS estimates exclude after-tax costs of approximately $0.87 per share, related primarily to restructuring, amortization of purchased intangibles and acquisition-related charges.
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