Thursday, January 23, 2003

Minimizing WLAN Security Threats
Jim Geier writes about wireless LAN security issues: denial of service attacks, problems with WEP, man-in-the-middle attacks, how DHCP hurts security, the futility of SSIDs, and how the spread spectrum is not very secure.

80211-Planet Forums > Security in 802.11 wireless networks

VPN and WEP: Wireless 802.11b Security in a Corporate Environment
Executive Summary plus a link to their White Paper that deals with Intel's wireless implementation and some tips for wireless deployment.

How To Build A Business Case For Wireless LAN

Other articles by Jim Geier:
The Guts of Wireless LAN Security Policy Nov 12, 2002
Wireless LAN Security Assessment Steps Nov 20, 2002

Forum Discussions:
Wireless and Airport Applications
Security and Access Control

Books from Amazon:
Wireless Security

Posted by Manuel [Tech > WLAN Security]

Wednesday, January 22, 2003

Looking for cooking information on corn? I often munch on sweet corn. You can get them either at the supermarket or along Katipunan Ave (there are some stalls along the side of the road, near Ateneo).

I've sometimes wondered what was the secret of soft, munchable corn. On some days, things are perfect. On others, I end up banging the corn on the table. Care to share any tips when it comes to preparing corn?

Here's one tip -- when boiling corn, please don't add salt to the water. Or you'll end up with tough corn.

Posted by Manuel [Information On Corn]

Monday, January 20, 2003

Yesterday (the third Sunday of January) was the Feast of the Sto. Niņo, or child Jesus. While priests gave sermons about how Christ wants us to be like children, some folks in Laguna celebrated the Salibanda the day before (Saturday). [more]

Posted by Manuel [Salibanda and the Sto. Nino]