CVE-2008-1438 (Windows Live OneCare, antigen_for_exchange, antigen_for_smtp_gateway, Windows Def...)

Unspecified vulnerability in Microsoft Malware Protection Engine (mpengine.dll) 1.1.3520.0 and 0.1.13.192, as used in multiple Microsoft products, allows context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (disk space exhaustion) via a file with "crafted data structures" that trigger the creation of large temporary files, a different vulnerability than CVE-2008-1437.

How-To set up a serial console client

In the 2 previous articles, I explained how to set up a serial console on Ubuntu and Debian.
This tutorial will now show how to connect to those serial console using another machine using a software called minicom.
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How-To set up a serial console on Debian

This tutorial will go over the steps to go through in order to set up a serial console on Debian Linux.
Debian uses sysvinit to handle the booting process, amongst the different task, and as such, there is a few differences between most of the tutorial that you might find on the internet regarding how to set up a serial console.
A Serial Console becomes handy when running a headless server (i.e no keyboard and screen) or if you cannot connect a a server because of a network issue.

How-To set up a serial console on Ubuntu

This tutorial will go over the steps to go through in order to set up a serial console on Ubuntu Linux.
Unlike most other distros, Ubuntu uses upstart instead of sysvinit and as such, there is a few differences between most of the tutorial that you might find on the internet regarding how to set up a serial console.
A Serial Console becomes handy when running a headless server (i.e no keyboard and screen) or if you cannot connect a a server because of a network issue.

How-To set up a serial console

This tutorial will go over the step to go through in order to set up a serial console on Linux.
Serial Console becomes handy when running a headless server (i.e no keyboard and screen) or if you cannot connect a a server because of a network issue.
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How-To: Serializing variables in perl

Serialization is used to store data and objects into a file for instance. The serie of bytes that is generated can then be re-used to generate an object that will be identical (a clone) to the stored object.

In Perl this can be achieved through the Storable module.

This tutorial will quickly show how to store and retrieve such objects.
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How to use any command in FTP ?

I wanted to use the "find" command on a FTP space but it's not possible to use this command with any "normal" FTP client. So, I looked for a solution.

Logical Volume Management: How PVs form VGs for LVs

When I set out to build my first system using Logical Volume Management I was surprised by the lack of information about how LVM relates to more "traditional" disk-level partitioning. There were plenty of articles with examples of how to use 'vgcreate' and 'lvresize' and no short supply of advice and white noise from the forums, but there was very little practical information about what the various strata of LVM were actually for or how they related to each other.

How-To: Import/Export GPG key pair

This tutorial will show how you can export and import a set of GPG keys from one computer to another.
This way, you can sign/encrypt the same way one different computer.

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Making Apache2 execute CGI scripts, globally?

I have set up a Debian etch system with apache2, perl etc, but I cannot get apache to actually execute my scripts..

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