Month in Review – June 2016

The last month has been a mixed bag of results. I had to move the blog to a new server and that proved to be a lot more difficult than it should have been. The short version of it – I had to recreate the blog from scratch. All the old posts are now filed under...

The ULTIMATE CheckPoint Commands Cheat Sheet

The ULTIMATE Check Point Commands Cheat Sheet This page is a list of the most useful and common configuration, monitoring and troubleshooting commands used on Check Point products. The sources include Check Point product documentation, admin guides, Secure Knowledge...

Fashion photography workshop at Hyderabad

It has been a while since I took my camera out and so I started looking for places around Hyderabad to shoot some landscapes. As I couldn’t find any interesting spots for landscapes, I went to Meetup to see if I could go on a photo walk or something similar. That’s...

Fix Audio control issue on BackTrack 5 R1

The latest version of BackTrack 5, R1, has an issue with audio controls. While I have experienced this problem on the GNOME version, I cannot say about the KDE version. When you make a fresh installation of BT 5 R1, the audio control applet in the panel does not work....

WordPress upgrade and other issues

If you have a WordPress installation and have been experiencing issues with Auto-upgrades, Plugin installation/upgrading, taking backups, it could be a problem with your server. A lot of 1and1 users will be familiar with this. The issues are caused with the server...

Money-Laundering Alert: Watch for $100 Bills

In Feb. 2011, there will be a new $100 bill introduced in the U.S. Recently, the Treasury Department announced the new bill will arrive at financial institutions with improved anti-counterfeiting additions. Before the new $100 bill arrives, be mindful that criminals...

International Internal Audit Awareness Month

International Internal Audit Awareness Month The IIA encourages chapters and institutes around the world to participate in this important celebration to promote the profession internally to audit customers, executive management, and the board, as well as to various...

Inside the New Flight Rules

The federal government is taking a stronger hand in regulating how airlines treat passengers, and new rules limiting long tarmac delays are just the first step. “I don’t know of another time in the department’s history when we’ve stood up for passengers and said...

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