Posts under ‘Tips & Tricks’

Apple Releases Major Security Update for OS X

Safari bug finally patched as Apple issues large security update for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and Mac OS X 10.5 Server. Java and other critical components updated as well.

The biggest security update released by Apple in nearly a year was released today for Mac OS X and certain Java [...]

Microsoft Windows 7 HD Video Walkthrough

Microsoft Windows 7 Beta Coverage Part II:  HD Video Tour

Following up our Windows 7: First Impressions post, we now bring you a Part II: The HD Video Tour of the Windows 7 OS. Please sit down and enjoy a video journey through the new and improved Windows 7 GUI, the new IE8 Browser, advanced networking, [...]

Microsoft Windows 7 First Impressions

Microsoft Windows 7 - In-Depth First Impressions and Review

We’ve been playing with the new Beta release of Microsoft Windows 7 for about a week now and here are our first impressions of Microsoft’s new OS as well as the bundled Internet Explorer 8.
We installed Windows 7 on top of VMWare Fusion running on a MacBook [...]

iWork ‘09 virus affects 20,000+

Trojan Virus affects thousands of pirated copies of Apple’s iWork ‘09 Suite

Malware masquerading as part of Apple’s iWork ‘09 suite has targeted unsuspecting Mac users foolish enough to illegally download and install the pirated version of the software commonly found on warez sites around the Web.
Once iWork ‘09 is downloaded and installed, the trojan horse named OSX.Trojan.iServices.A, obtains [...]

Linux Cheat Sheets

Two Great Linux Cheat Sheets
Here are two great Linux cheat sheets that every Linux beginner to Linux expert will find handy and helpful. Two great guides that will make working with Linux that much easier. Click on the thumbnails images for a direct link to the PDF files. Enjoy!

How-To: Run VMWare ESXi 3.5 on a live-USB Flash Disk

Running VMWare ESXi 3.5 on a live-USB Flash Disk
Here’s a very neat trick to boot VMWare’s latest server hypervisor technology, ESXi 3.5, from a USB Flash Disk.

You would do this to test/experiment with ESXi on your server before installing locally and committing system resources. This is also a great way to install ESXi on servers with out CD/DVD [...]