Archive | October, 2009

WordPress – DM Albums Version 2.0 Critical Vulnerability

The latest version of DM Albums was released on 10/21/2009 to all WordPress users and it contains a serious flaw that can allow an attacker to remotely delete any file or folder they wish. The author has been notified of the problem and I have listed a work around below to prevent directory traversal. After […]

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Sprint and Their Poor Customer Service – A Case Study

My previous cell phone contract was about to expire in March of this year, so I decided to renew my contract and get a new smart phone. After doing some research, I chose the BlackBerry 8330 and went with the everything data plan. I have been extremely satisfied with the phone’s abilities, features and battery […]

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Quickly Rename Folders and Files in Windows for Free

Have you ever needed to rename a bulk quantity of files and/or folders? In my day to day life, I use template folder structures to contain various aspects of job information. Before these folders are usable, I must add a unique job name to the beginning of the folder and/or file name to make searching […]

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Apple’s Snow Leopard Bug Deletes All User Data

A bug has been reported on the Apple discussion boards and references a condition that causes all user data to be deleted. The bug seems to be caused by a user that logs into a guest account only to find out when they log back into their account, all of their data is gone. The […]

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Flash Cookies and What You Don’t Know

If you have been browsing the internet for any period of time, I’m sure you have heard of cookies. Even though you may not be entirely sure what they do, you certainly know how to delete them. Right? Cookies are files websites save on your computer that contain information about you. There are several legitimate […]

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MacBook/MacBook Pro Hibernation Modes

As a power saving feature of most modern operating systems, you have the ability to save your current system state to ram, go into a power saving mode and consume very little battery power. This is a very convenient feature among portable computer users that are always on the go. MacBooks have this feature enabled […]

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