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Hack, Whack, Chop that…firmware…

…r encrypted but that is very rare. I run it thru DeeZee, with the command: ./deezee firmwarename.bin DeeZee will chew on it few a while then spit out the results into the same directory I run it at. I just do a LS to see the results, then view those results in my hex editor and Kazam! it’s hammertime!  Now you have some readable ASCII extracted from firmware. Some of my results have been stuff like: – FTP passwords – Backdoor…

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Author Stephen King on the Killer Opening Line

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE”>here.

Stephen King’s latest novel – his 50th – is out today. “Doctor Sleep” is a 35-years-later sequel to his hit horror classic The Shining. And after that long of wait, it’s no surprise to hear that it can take the great author weeks, or even years, to write a book’s opening line. The Sequel King fans will be thrilled to know that Doctor Sleep finally tells us what happened to Danny Torrance. He’s no longer a kid wandering the halls of The…

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TeraSort Results on Cisco UCS and Announcing Cisco Big Data Design Zone

…onsists of three map/reduce programs (i) TeraGen – generates the dataset (ii) TeraSort – samples and sort the dataset (iii) TeraValidate – validates the output. With multiple vendors now publishing TeraSort results, organizations can make reasonable performance comparisons while evaluating Hadoop clusters. We conducted a series of TeraSort tests on our popular Cisco UCS Common Platform Architecture (CPA) for Big Data rack with…

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Enterprise Platform as a Service

…lidates the approach we took.  We just have a different perspective on relevance. The public repositories (PuppetForge, Github, etc.) make their respective tools viable because these repositories are the key to not having to author everything from scratch.  At the same time, only the simplest and probably least valuable blueprints can be downloaded from a public repository and used without modification. Does it have the right parameterization?…

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New Study Reveals How the Internet of Everything (#IoE) Could be The Key to Economic Growth

…10 Insights” and FAQ from the study or access the full report on the IoE Value Index.  You can also use our unique data visualization tool on a new site we’re launching today, InternetofEverything.com, to really dig into the results. You can use the tool to compare results by industry, company size, or country, and even to create custom, shareable views of the data. We’re excited to share these results with you, and hope you find them valuable…

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