Monthly Archives: December 2011

Fedora, PHP, and the hash collision

There’s a very good post on Ars Technica forums about testing Linux servers running PHP for the hash collision vulnerability. I tested my Fedora 15 system as described and found that it was vulnerable. Patching the vulnerability, however, seems to … Continue reading

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Testing Blogilo

Trying out Blogilo, a blogging client that came with the latest release of KDE.

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Paul Krugman on British debt history

Paul Krugman writes: I’ve been playing around with the IMF’s historical public debt database, which has long-term information on ratios of debt to GDP. And you really have to marvel, given that historical record, at the deficit panic now so … Continue reading

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