Andrew Garcia started us off this week with an examination of the WPA cracking talk that Erik Tews and Martin Beck were set to give at the PacSec conference in Tokyo: Cracking the WPA Security Standard.
Meanwhile, I took the new LinkedIn Apps Platform for a spin, grabbing many screen shots along the way, and Cameron talked about talking about his soon-to-come Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager review with members of eWEEK's Corporate Partner board.
Jim Rapoza figured out a way to see the Web the way that people in China see it (that is, firewalled), using a nifty Firefox browser extension. Jim also took the new HD version of the Flip video camera for a spin, and documented his journey with pictures.
Jeff Cogswell tells us all about Creating Windows Mobile Databases with SQL Anywhere, in words, as well as in pictures.
Finally, Frank Ohlhorst has the channel low down on products from AMD, Buffalo, SIMTone, and Fortinet.
- Can AMD Shanghi Intel Nehalem Users?
- Buffalo Technology Offers Easy-to-Expand iSCSI to the Channel
- SIMTone Puts the Silver Lining on Cloud Computing
- Fortinet Pushes UTM Performance with FortiGate 620B
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