Monthly Archives: October 2010

Disabling Java for Another Layer of Security

“Computers are like onions…” is one of my favorite sayings (stolen from Shrek’s “Ogres are like onions” bit). Why? Because A. they often make you cry and B. they require a layered approach for security. Sure, it’d be awesome to … Continue reading

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ProRAID 4-Bay RAID Enclosure (now with USB 3.0 goodness!)

Behold the latest addition to my “how to schlep around tons of files” arsenal – the Mediasonic ProRAID 4-Bay RAID enclosure. The problem I needed to solve was how do I back up and/or transport Terabytes worth of data? Once … Continue reading

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MiFi for Personal Mobile WiFi

I went off-campus for a few days last week to another academic institution. One of the problems with going offsite is that I still have to keep in contact with the mothership via the internet. While it’s possible to navigate … Continue reading

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