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mySQL tricks

 Setting Up the Initial MySQL Privileges After installing MySQL, you set up the initial access privileges by running scripts/mysql_install_db. The mysql_install_db script starts up the mysqld server, then initializes the grant tables to contain the following set of privileges: The MySQL root user is created as a superuser who can do anything.  Connections must be […]

YAOS: Yet Another Operating System

I tend to try to simplify my life whenever possible.  I enjoy the Unix way of life: never do anything a second time if you can copy it from the first time.  What I’m trying to say is that I definitely haven’t done that here and may have, in fact, lost my way. I obviously […]

Since none of my buddies believe me….

Maybe they will believe someone else.  You are not in Kansas anymore. Check out this article: http://arstechnica.com/security/2012/05/how-to-harden-your-smartphone-against-stalkers-android-edit Oh, and the CBS show “Person of Interest” is total fiction with no base in reality.  

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Cracked!

Gad Zooks!  We’re going old school with “cracked” instead of “hacked” but the bottom line is that the wiki got defaced.  Looking back I now see four clues that I should have heeded.  Not all are related but they are all clues. May 31: I start with our DLS provider to get the reverse DNS […]