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admin on April 18th, 2009

Its been ages since I did anything in the form of training. I always loved collecting many of the Microsoft Press books, many of them training books that would lead to official certs, but I would never put the time in to actually train for them.All I ever managed to get was MSCA 2003 and […]

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Today I was at the spring MSDN Technet brief in Rotterdam, a free event that you can attend, where Microsoft and partners get you up to speed on the goings on, and where you can follow some interesting sessions and labs. The Keynote, given my MS’ Tony Krijnen (exellent speaker)¬†of course focused on the bran-spanking-new […]

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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/10/22/linux_v_windows_security/ This report just out by¬†Nicholas Petreley takes a good hard look at both OS’s from a security standpoint, comparing design charateristics and the way vurlnerablilities en inherrent buildup of the OS influences the actual severity of exploits and how this is messured most effectivly. Though the arcticle is clearly anti-MS biased, I found it […]

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admin on October 5th, 2004

Today I attended the fall MSDN/Technet brief in the Hague, Netherlands, which is a free event. It was, therefore, nice to see Steve Balmer make an appearance. The theme was ‘Security eXPeriance’ and the sessions centred around ISA 2004 and MOM 2005 mostly. I attended the hands-on lab for ISA and was quite impressed, even […]

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