Monthly archives of “April 2014

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Open SSL Heartbleed Bug

For those who missed it. The OpenSSL project has recently announced a security vulnerability in OpenSSL affecting versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 (CVE-2014-0160).

Details of the bug are available here: The Heartbleed Bug

You can check you website here: Heartbleed test

Details and update instructions from the websites of your Linux vendor of choice:
* Amazon Linux AMI
* Red Hat
* Ubuntu

On Ubuntu the update is simply done by executing these commands:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

The following command shows (after an upgrade) all services that need to be restarted.

ps uwwp $(sudo find /proc -maxdepth 2 -name maps -exec grep -HE '/libssl\.so.* \(deleted\)' {} \; | cut -d/ -f3 | sort -u)
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Galantis EP released

Galantis are two edm producers which recenlty have relesed their first EP (Extended play). I really love their music. It’s unordinary and doesn’t require mainstream music patterns to amaze your ears.

You can download their new EP on Beatport.

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Hide the Open in Explorer option in the SharePoint command ribbon

Since it’s possible to upload documents to SharePoint via Drag and Drop, the “Open in Explorer” option in SharePoint can be removed.

I recommend to remove this option unregarded of it’s possible to upload via Drag and Drop as the user can’t update document metadata in the windows explorer.

Here’s an example of what we want:

Hidden Open in Explorer option

And the solution to achieve this, is available on GitHub: