Hurricane approaching, you live on the water with a canal behind the house, does the boat go in the water or stay on the lift?
Archives for: "September 2017"
S/MIME certificate renewal with Microsoft Outlook 2016
This post describes how to configure Microsoft Office 2016 to read and send all email as text
Shows how to configure a secondary secure FTP account for GoDaddy CPanel hosting. The trick is that while the primary FTP account uses SFTP, the secondary accounts need to be configured for FTP over TLS.
Part 3 of S/MIME email series. This post shows how to send encrypted email in Microsoft Outlook.
Part 2 of S/MIME email series. Installing certificate for use by Microsoft Outlook.
Part 1 of S/MIME email series. Purchasing and installing a certificate for S/MIME email should be easy, , but it is not. This post shows how to purchase a certificate from Entrust and install into Windows.
Steve Ballmer is paraphrased in this ZDNet article saying "the company needs to ensure Windows Phone handsets can run Android apps". For a guy who spent more than 5 years writing system code for OS/2, the parallels to WinOS2 are pretty interesting.
Found an unusual PHP file hiding in the root directory of my personal website, "s-g.txt". The file contains PHP code and last line contains "lave" which for some reason, the human brain quickly converts into "eval" and that's suspicious, so it's time…
At the 2013 Masters Golf Tournament, Tiger Woods nearly holed an approach shot on the 15th hole – only to have it bounce off the flag and go back into the water. Tough break! A number of friends have asked me to explain the penalty strokes.
Proper method to enter and leave an OS/2 hardware interrupt handler