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Password Exposure in Lotus Notes

Ed Brill updates the community on the Notes password exposure issue.. however, isn't it amusing when grown men play little games in between the lines of blog postings? The old debate of "Should people blog about security vulnerabilities" is getting pretty old now. If one blogger knows about it, then chances are many other people do too. Lets all keep quiet and ignore it shall we? Wooo, sounds good to me. Yes, posting things publically might be considered alarmist by some, but it really does force vendors to take action quickly. Given IBMs past history of listening to customers, can you...

posted @ Friday, July 20, 2007 11:35 PM | Feedback (0)

Linux Killer! Die die die!

Notes/Domino 8 is a killer Linux application! I admit, I only read the article because I misread it and thought it was a 'Linux Killer'.. my bad.. Technorati tags: Lotus, Notes, Non Infectious Virus

posted @ Monday, July 16, 2007 11:29 PM | Feedback (2)

Lotus Viral Marketing

The Lotus Viral Marketing presents a new approach to viral advertising.  Wikipedia says that Viral marketing and viral advertising refer to marketing techniques that use pre-existing social networks to produce increases in brand awareness, however I guess if that doesn't work out for you then you could simply create a quick website that looks like absolute rubbish, throw up a quick couple of posts, and then let it stagnate and die (remember The Worst Practices anyone?). Yeah, that works too! Viral baby! It's so Web 2.0! I'm not claiming I'm any sort of design genius when it comes to website design -...

posted @ Monday, July 16, 2007 11:28 PM | Feedback (5)


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