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  • Danish Language File for SYDI-Server
    we now have a Danish language file for SYDI This means we can now translate the XML files generated by SYDI Server in seven different languages The file with be included in the next version of SYDI Server until that time you can download it as a patch from the SYDI download page If you re missing your favorite language it s easy enough to create your own language file

    Original URL path: http://ogenstad.net/2008/02/05/danish-language-file-for-sydi-server/ (2016-05-01)
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  • translation
    over to Networklore About Stories Contact Powered by Genesis Danish Language File for SYDI Server February 5 2008 by patrick ogenstad Leave a Comment T hanks to Morten Vitved we now have a Danish language file for SYDI This means we can now translate the XML files generated by SYDI Server in seven different languages The file with be included in the next version of SYDI Server until that time

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  • Ogenstad.net – Security Stories and Help with Network Documentation
    started to get cold he was entirely captivated by the conversation Time after time the one named Thomas did his impression of what midfr0st assumed was their client Money is not a problem They would always share a toast after this comment Would you like some dessert the waitress asked Midfr0st looked up at her stunned No thank you but I m not done with my meat he grabbed the fork again it tastes great He put down the fork again when she walked away He wished he had something to take notes on But the best part was that girl in finance the guy named Hans said She was quite a looker wasn t she Thomas made a gesture indicating large breasts Yeah that too but do you know what she used for password for their economy system Some cat Thomas guessed The subject name of her certificate Well you know how it is with the bean counters They both laughed midfr0st just smiled drank some more wine and tried to remember as much as possible of the conversation he had overheard Filed Under Stories Fake Email Slashes Apple Stock by 4 Billion May 19 2007 by patrick ogenstad Leave a Comment If you read any of my stories sorry for not being so active on that front you might remember A Stock Bubble of His Own which I wrote last year You want a real world example Head over to TechCrunch and read about a fake email to Engadget which made Apple s stock drop Engadget quickly posted an update saying it was a false alarm This might have been just a prank or someone going after some quick cash I would guess that a lot of people lost money too With systems selling stock automatically if it drops below a certain point this can get nasty Interesting reflection from TechCrunch I do not believe Engadget will have any liability here Apple may if the email did originate from its servers Filed Under Uncategorized The Broken NDA Part 2 April 30 2007 by patrick ogenstad Leave a Comment Sorry for the delay the girl smiled at him It s been busy around here lately Oh don t worry midfr0st hoped he didn t sound too annoyed Feels like I ve been waiting since bloody Christmas I hope it s worth it Do you have a reservation The girl asked Yes it s that one midfr0st said and pointed at a line in her notebook He felt uneasy with his name printed in plain view like that Stop being so freaking paranoid he thought hoping his chills were from the weather outside instead of a product from his demons Will you be dining alone midfr0st removed his finger from her reservations list Just me but you re welcome to join me Her smile grew a bit your table will be ready shortly The bar it is then That way sir she said pointing in the direction of the bar

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  • Ogenstad.net – Security Stories and Help with Network Documentation
    the users login I also keep records of their connecting IP addresses from nine to five this usually can be translated to companies During the time when I was starting up the site there was a lot of work involved with collecting jokes and wrestling myself up in the search engines But I can tell you the ROI has been substantial nowadays the site has grown and more or less has a life of its own 95 of the content is now submitted by users Everyone likes sharing a joke right No one knows that I run the site That is no one on irc knows they probably haven t even heard of the site and I m sure as hell not going to tell them Why should I The site is registered to some bloke name Peter Yep that s me IRL The people I do business with only know about tr0y and it would be most unfortunate if anyone connected tr0y to Peter While Peter runs an innocent site called laugh and a half tr0y is in it for the information There is some work involved with sorting out bad data from good but overtime my Perl scripts have gotten quite refined I get a thrill when a new company finds the site It starts with one user then he or she sends an email to his or her colleagues which they in turn forward Some days I ve gotten 20 users from the same company So what do I do with this information Most of the time I trade it if it s from an interesting company I might be able to sell it Otherwise I have great fun using it myself Some times I m able to just VPN in to a company based on the information I ve been given from my members To some extent I guess I just like the mining Lately I ve added some more features to laugh and a half First I ve got the face recognition software the idea is that people upload their pictures and I tell them who they look like Boy do people love to look like celebrities Susan you look like Madonna please tell your friends Of course the software itself isn t working very well but the upload module works excellent Then there s the horoscope where the members enter more information about themselves This is a mix of worthless stuff and things I wanted to know but didn t dare ask during their registration Members fill out a form where they live interests favorite food what they earn what their boss is called favorite animal etc Based on their input I provide them with a randomized horoscope Another popular feature of laugh and a half com is the weekly newsletter Every Monday the site sends out a newsletter with the jokes which have received the best votes during the previous week Mind you it s easy to unsubscribe Heavens I don t want

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  • The Broken NDA – Part 1
    from but it had stuck to his mind When his cigarette was all but gone he left the balcony His apartment was quiet as the grave All the computers were off and midfr0st realized he wasn t used to the utter silence I bet the neighbors dog starts off soon though he thought Walking by his array of computers he wondered where the itch to turn them on had gone usually he had millions of things to check Instead he walked over to check his cupboard for a bottle of wine Empty midfr0st didn t remember taking the last bottle realizing he didn t have any wine made him want it even more Sure he had plenty of beer and whiskey but what he wanted was a little something called Syrah someone needs to take care of the logistics here Cooking up a meal just didn t appeal to him without a bottle of red Briefly he thought of pizza but that would only take care of his hunger which was a secondary problem His plan had been to live as a hermit to avoid being seen by the outside world He didn t want to draw any kind of attention to his person and had sworn to follow that plan midfr0st hadn t eaten out in well over two years he had hardly met real people during that time Screw the plan he thought or that part of the plan anyway His cravings overcame his earlier planning But where should I go He asked himself being out of the grid for so long meant he had no idea where any decent restaurants were located Google Local didn t work since that service wasn t activated in his region After booting up a computer and doing some searching he found

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  • The Broken NDA – Part 2
    shortly The bar it is then That way sir she said pointing in the direction of the bar Thanks The place was fairly crowded so there was a buzz of chatter blended in with some classical music What can I get for you sir the man behind the bar asked Red wine I ll have that bottle midfr0st said pointing to a brand he knew of Excellent choice the bartender poured him a drink You would have said that regardless of what I drank midfr0st thought After his second glass his table was ready I ll just bring the bottle if that s alright midfr0st asked not really waiting for the answer They seated him in the corner of the room where he had a full view of the restaurant He smiled it was the table he would have chosen for himself No one would be able to sneak up on him from behind If I don t get too drunk that is midfr0st was flipping through the menu trying to figure out what language the meals were written in At the table next to his a waiter was explaining to two men what they had ordered and how the meals had been prepared I wonder if that was the French word for road kill Soon a waiter was ready to take midfr0st s order I ll have number fourteen as a starter and number thirty seven as my main course Ah the foie gras and the steak wonderful Have you decided on a dessert I ll see if I want one later And what would you like to drink to that she asked midfr0st caught her looking at the empty bottle What can you recommend midfr0st asked That s not really my area of expertise wait a second and

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  • The Broken NDA – Part 3
    sitting in all the chatter from the surrounding guests he heard it clearly just as if someone had shouted his name vpn He almost dropped his glass the online world came rushing back nat traversal Who is speaking quickly he tried to focus on the conversation and shut off the other noise Install a Blue Coat Before we came along they didn t even have a security policy It s the two guys just next to me midfr0st tried to concentrate on the conversation he realized he was a bit drunk Here s to DiMavia one of the guys raised his glass I mean they paid for this They both laughed midfr0st s food had started to get cold he was entirely captivated by the conversation Time after time the one named Thomas did his impression of what midfr0st assumed was their client Money is not a problem They would always share a toast after this comment Would you like some dessert the waitress asked Midfr0st looked up at her stunned No thank you but I m not done with my meat he grabbed the fork again it tastes great He put down the fork again when she walked away He wished he had something to take notes on But the best part was that girl in finance the guy named Hans said She was quite a looker wasn t she Thomas made a gesture indicating large breasts Yeah that too but do you know what she used for password for their economy system Some cat Thomas guessed The subject name of her certificate Well you know how it is with the bean counters They both laughed midfr0st just smiled drank some more wine and tried to remember as much as possible of the conversation he had overheard Filed Under

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  • The Tale of the Disgruntled Employee – Part 1
    was that the server and network guys didn t want anything to do with the help desk staff Instead n3m0 was stuck with buddies like Thomas When n3m0 thought of Thomas his brain translated his name to Ned Flanders Working at Exibice had if anything made it a pain to watch the Simpsons If at all possible he would rather have had bonsai buddy as a colleague It was Monday and as usual Thomas was there before n3m0 Did you hear about the guy with the red paperclip that he traded for a house Thomas asked Of course n3m0 thought that s last week s news Yeah I read about it Can t do much but congratulate the man can you Congratulate no n3m0 muttered you can t When he had read about it he had been absolutely pissed Why can t I come up with an idea like that n3m0 had been thinking hard after that but an idea never entered his mind The login scripts seemed to take for ages What the hell are those guys doing n3m0 dismissed the idea of checking the netlogon share he wasn t that interested When his email finally loaded he could hear Thomas voice on the phone Imagine for just one red paper clip I sure wonder what I could get for a blue one and then laughter which would make angels cry or at least kill off small animals Or a green one more laughter Pink n3m0 could see Thomas drying the tears from his eyes Dear god spare me n3m0 wished he had a hearing aid so he could turn it off After ten minutes he was free of the painful experience and could in peace go through his inbox Later on when n3m0 looked up from his screen

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