Archive for date: June 10, 2005

How to REALLY handle spam…

June 10, 2005 | General, Security | By: Mark VandeWettering

Tom sent me a pointer to Jef Poskanzer’s notes on how he handles a million spam messages every day. No, that’s note an exaggeration, Jef gets hit by a million of them every day. Holy crap. Jef is a the author of the really nice thttpd, which I used to run my website for years […]

Internet Explorer Security Plans

June 10, 2005 | Security | By: Mark VandeWettering

Courtesy of Scoble’s blog, here is a post concerning “Low Rights Internet Explorerer”: IEBlog : Clarifying Low-Rights IE Low-rights IE will only be available in Longhorn because it’s based on the new Longhorn security features that make running without Administrator privileges an easy option for users (User Account Protection). When users run programs with limited […]

Tutorial on Deconvolution

June 10, 2005 | Astronomy | By: Mark VandeWettering

By way of (gasp!) a useful Slashdot comment, here is a tutorial on deconvolution produced by the NRAO. What can I say? I read stuff like this for fun.