Monthly Archives: May 2012

UK Document Security Classifications

Generally speaking if you ask any pre-adolescent boy about government documents the general gist will be that they all have the words “TOP SECRET” stenciled diagonally across the front page in big, bright red letters.  When you delve into it … Continue reading

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Mozilla Firefox Single Sign On

One of the projects I am working on is to get a multi-tenanted URL filtering proxy to work.  That in itself has not been particularly difficult, its just a case of knowing where to find the various linux config files … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Smallest Single Points of Failure

Earlier this week a cabinet in one of the data centers I work in suffered a power failure when a fuse melted. Please note, thats melt not burn.  This tiny little fuse had clearly been slowly getting warmer over the … Continue reading

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