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Cindy Sheehan

Cindy Sheehan

This lady is getting on my nerves. She's not special. She doesn't get to talk to the President. I've never talked to him, and I at least SERVED this country! To each, their own, but I don't think it's fair that she is "demanding" to see the President.

Cindy Sheehan

Cindy Sheehan


This lady is getting on my nerves. She's not special. She doesn't get to talk to the President. I've never talked to him, and I at least SERVED this country! To each, their own, but I don't think it's fair that she is "demanding" to see the President.

Just as a side note

Just as a side note, I thought it might be nice to tell you guys, sitting down next to Marty Roesch and have him explain how Snort is going to work for the next couple of years it really cool. Then him sitting down with you and taking the time to show you how the code works, (because it's already written).. it even cooler.

BTW -- I had a lot of questions about "can Snort run on OS X?". The Answer is yes. Why? Because it's coded on OS X!!

Didn't know that did you? Most of Snort's code is written in "vi" on mac os x. impressive.

Other than that, LinuxWorld is great. The food out here in San Francisco is fantastic, and if this week is anything like the preview of how it's going to be working for Sourcefire, this is going to be a very cool job.

12 great new features in Cisco IOS

12 great new features in Cisco IOS 12.3 (Tech Republic)
Cisco's IOS 12.3 and its sub-releases contain far more than basic incremental changes and bug fixes. Get a closer look at 12 of the most useful new changes, including Network Admission Control, Optimized Edge Routing, Dynamic Multipoint VPN, IPSec Stateful Failover, and more.

What the ability to not get hacked? That should be a good feature..

12 great new features in Cisco IOS

12 great new features in Cisco IOS 12.3 (Tech Republic)

Cisco's IOS 12.3 and its sub-releases contain far more than basic incremental changes and bug fixes. Get a closer look at 12 of the most useful new changes, including Network Admission Control, Optimized Edge Routing, Dynamic Multipoint VPN, IPSec Stateful Failover, and more.


What the ability to not get hacked? That should be a good feature..

10News.com - News - Security Firm Founder Hacks His Way To Probation

10News.com - News - Security Firm Founder Hacks His Way To Probation:
"U.S. District Judge John S. Rhoades also placed Edward O'Keefe on probation for two years, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service and instructed him to refrain from doing any work involving computer security while he's on probation, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported."

I don't know much about this story, so don't ask, but from what I have heard, this guy (in all of his infinate wisdom), hacked into Army Computers to prove he could. I remember it, but it was a couple years ago. Moronic move by this guy.

10News.com - News - Security Firm Founder Hacks His Way To Probation

10News.com - News - Security Firm Founder Hacks His Way To Probation:

"U.S. District Judge John S. Rhoades also placed Edward O'Keefe on probation for two years, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service and instructed him to refrain from doing any work involving computer security while he's on probation, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported."


I don't know much about this story, so don't ask, but from what I have heard, this guy (in all of his infinate wisdom), hacked into Army Computers to prove he could. I remember it, but it was a couple years ago. Moronic move by this guy.