Monthly Archives: September 2006

The Man has a blog!

Since October 24, 2005! Why, oh why, did I not know?

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SOAP security negotiation with ” for target ” failed

{"SOAP security negotiation with ‘http://localhost:8080/service1′ for target ‘http://localhost:8080/service1′ failed. See inner exception for more details."} {"The Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) negotiation failed."} HRESULT -2146893052 0x80090304 "The Local Security Authority cannot be contacted." If this happens to you while you … Continue reading

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Republishing my feed items would fix the IE6 crash

… says Joe Bono.   Uh, sorry, I’m not fixing it. Republishing the items, heinous chore and messes up aggregators.   Hopefully somebody fixes IE6, before somebody crafts the exploit.

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Every browser crash has a possible exploit (I guess)

Neither the IE update or the VML workaround fix the IE 6 crashing on my live space, where Firefox and IE 7 (on Vista RC1) do not. I guess I should craft an exploit to get famous and rich. But my … Continue reading

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Windows Live Writer and Mozilla and TyTN (updates)

Three totally unrelated topics, related only by "things not working as they should". I’m using Windows Live Writer right now, as it is still impossible to view or edit my space in a fully patched Internet Explorer on Windows XP SP2. IE … Continue reading

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The dream of e-voting is a nightmare

There’s an article and some interesting comments on Bruce Schneier’s blog about a Voting Machine Vulnerability. Machines like this (as well as self-conscious refrigerators) pose a serious issue with the burden of proof. I don’t think I would want to have to proof failure … Continue reading

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TyTN-ic endeavors

Recently I got myself a HTC TyTN aka HTC Hermes aka XDA trion, as a replacement for my cell-phone and for the fun of having more computer in the pocket now than on the desk ten years ago. Although I already … Continue reading

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