Kernel Patch Protection aka "PatchGuard"

If anyone has been following this technology closely, there have been a lot of complaints by some of the security vendors regarding PatchGuard. I first heard about this technology at TechEd 2006 in a lot of the Vista sessions. The recent controversy caused me to do a little more research... [Read More]

Hanging out a shingle...

I’ve finally had time and incentive to put out a real shingle on the web. Most of this is due to Microsoft’s new Office Live beta, which provides free domain name registration and hosting (on Microsoft’s servers) for as long as I have my account. Office Live Basics... [Read More]

TechEd 2007 is not in New Orleans anymore!

This was actually announced a few days ago, but I’ve been a little slow catching up on the news. Microsoft TechEd 2007, which was originally going to be held in New Orleans, has just been moved. Microsoft hasn’t committed to a new location yet, but they actually moved TechEd, WinHEC... [Read More]

Some strange job offers

In the past week, I’ve received three very unusual unsolicited job offers from Monster. Now, I realize that a lot of companies advertise on Monster and even more of them troll the resumes that are there looking for candidates. Mostly, these are head-hunter types that send job offers in... [Read More]

Are you running Debug or Release mode bits?

Have you ever wanted to know if a compiled assembly was compiled in Debug or Release mode? I know I have. I came across a post on Computer Zen today that shows exactly how to do this. There is also a similar tool written by Jeff Key, called IsDebug.... [Read More]