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Mar
31
comment Email 'mapping' to localhost for local email solution for valid email address
It does not appear that XAMPP includes any actual email nor DNS servers. If your XAMPP configuration does include an email server (like the OP), then which email server is it? It will vary based upon the email server.
Mar
10
comment How to include multiple domains in an spf TXT Record
It's as the OP was looking for in a - "spf record that has 2 included domains..."
Mar
10
comment How to include multiple domains in an spf TXT Record
Perform a "nslookup -type=txt lenovo.com" (without the quotes) and it should be self-explanatory.
Jul
6
comment replacing FTP with SFTP
The switch from FTP to SFTP will definitely address security situations where network traffic is being hijacked. It will do very little, if the actual security situation involves weak user practices or other breach vectors.
Mar
2
comment Sendmail on Ubuntu trying to use Google Apps servers as a relay, by default?
Cool. Glad it worked out for you.
Dec
9
comment Converting from OpenSolaris (EON) to FreeNAS
The latest versions of FreeNAS now appear to support dedup as well, so it may be able to import pools utilizing that feature too. I haven't had a chance to personally test that yet.
Feb
23
comment My Windows 7 PC receives a double gateway from the DHCP server. Why?
That is the default gateway as part of the 192.168.1.0 IP plan that ICS assigns. Enabling ICS will assign 192.168.1.1 onto the NIC that it is enabled on.
Feb
3
comment Forward Mails to Gmail
Glad things worked out for you.
Feb
3
comment V2V conversion - linux distro from .vmdk to XenServer .vhd
It's coming along. There's a few in incubation on sourceforge.net (sourceforge.net/directory/os:linux/?q=virtualbox) and I think Sun was also cooking up their Enterprise oriented tools prior to the Oracle transition. Most, if not all of the plumbing is there. It's just a matter of building good functional UIs to tap into its full potential.
Sep
23
comment Is it possible to detect clients behind a NAT?
Actually, it was answered by the manual examples and logic. There are also Layer 7 security devices which can also detect NAT devices with good reliability as well.
Sep
23
comment Detecting a host doing a port sweep across multiple interfaces/networks
"All the port sweep detection mechanisms (scanlogd, psad) I've currently seen all seem to focus on a single host being scanned for multiple ports." - update the logic to track against multiple IP occurrences vs. multiple ports.
Sep
20
comment Is it possible to detect clients behind a NAT?
Doesn't mean they don't do it and students don't waive their "rights" with their agreement to the terms. Same thing with firearms in states with firearms provisions. Most folks incorrectly assume the Federal laws apply when they only specifically cover K through 12.
Sep
20
comment Is it possible to detect clients behind a NAT?
"plugging in their equipment incorrectly" - no mention of WAN-side here...
Sep
20
comment Is it possible to detect clients behind a NAT?
Based on that rational, the dorm resident should also be able to drink too if they are of legal age, but that's not always the case...
Sep
19
comment How to limit the normal users from accessing registry, group policy etc?
Head over to "Computer Management" and then under "Local Users and Groups" select "Groups" where you can "right-click" and create "New Group..."
Sep
18
comment How to limit the normal users from accessing registry, group policy etc?
That's if they do not want to mess with the default groups, if they decide to lock things down even tighter or vary from it in any other ways.
Sep
18
comment Strange CPU usage on Windows Server 2003 vs. CentOS5.4
You might try determining if there are any processes and/or applications on the CentOS platform which can be be disabled. The approach may recover some additional processing. Updates to the needed processes and/or supporting applications may also yield some additional efficiencies.
Sep
18
comment Are SSL Client Certificates well supported by all major browsers?
Actually, there may be additional warnings if a certificate is not used in the application/use that is has been identified for (if it can be somehow installed in the first place).
Sep
18
comment Are SSL Client Certificates well supported by all major browsers?
Yes, SSL support is practically universal for all contemporary web browsers.
Sep
17
comment Does an Alcatel 7750 emulator/simulator exist?
Follow the money... Which group/department ultimately makes the purchases with/through Alcatel?