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Siemens Gigaset WLAN camera vulnerability



The Siemens Gigaset WLAN camera is vulnerable for unauthorized users to gain access through telnet and ftp by logging in as the user root. The user can log in without any password. When logged in, it is possible to view the cameras configuration file where the administrator password is stored in clear text. The vulnerability is verified to […]

Rebuild the journal in a ext3 journaled filesystem



The symptom of a broken ext3 journal is that the system will boot normaly but after a while the filesystem will be remounted read only and according to the log there are problems reading a block in the journal. Boot on a rescue cd or boot but make sure the filesystem is in read only […]

How to make a Windows XP install CD with SP2 or SP3



If you have a Windows XP installation CD that do not have Service Pack 2 (SP2) or Service Pack 3 (SP3) on it, you will sometimes get in trouble when trying to install it on a computer with newer hardware. If you get a blue screen of death during the installation, it might be a […]

Trillian can’t connect with ICQ, unknown code 27



Sometime in mid July 2009 Trillian users started to experience problems in conneting to their ICQ accounts. Their ICQ account was in working order as they could use ICQ2Go to login. The error message displayed in Trillian is: Error logging into ICQ: Unknown code 27. The problem is caused by ICQ removing an older ICQ protocol. Trillian have […]

PeToUSB can’t find USB stick in Vista



When running PeToUSB under Microsoft Vista it might not be able to detect your USB memory stick. It displays “No USB Disks Found!”. The solution is to right click PeToUSB.exe and select “Run as administrator”. If that don’t help, try rebooting your system making sure the USB memory stick is inserted while Microsoft Vista boots […]

Windows Vista cannot obtain IP-address from my Internet Service Provider



Under certain conditions a PC running Windows Vista is unable to obtain an IP-address via DHCP from the Internet Service Provider (ISP). The problem occurs if the ISP is running a non-Microsoft DHCP server. Among ISPs it is common to work with, for example, ISC DHCP-server which is the most common DHCP-server in the world. The […]

How to change timezone and synchronize time in Debian Linux



To ensure that things are being logged with correct time stamps in your system logs, it is important that your system is configured for your particular timezone and that your system clock is being synchronized to a correct time source. Normally when you set up your Debian Linux system the correct time zone will be […]

Horde Groupware Webmail alarms.php memory problem



To enable alarms in Horde Groupware Webmail you must add the following to your crontab: # Horde Alarms */5 * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/horde/scripts/alarms.php Depending on your system, the paths above might be different. You may experience the following error message when the script is run by cron: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted […]