Author: mindaugas

How to fix ATI image scaling with Windows 7

For some reason in Windows 7 and with the ATI driver you get this crappy image scaling even at native res on the LCD. It makes things look a little off and not as crisp. I found the fix. http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=279&threadid=115903&enterthread=y What that pompous prick meant to say was. 1. Open ATI CCC (catalyst Control Center). […]

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Template denied access to error in ColdFusion

Re-did security at GearHost with some better sandbox configurations and stronger security. Of course this broke weird stuff like the cf tag for PDFs. I think its just cfpdf. Here’s the error. Security: The requested template has been denied access to applications\GearHost.pdf. The following is the internal exception message: access denied (java.io.FilePermission applications\GearHost.pdf read) I […]

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Actual Search and Replace in Files

In regards to my post on the iframe hack I mentioned searching through the files and replacing the injected script. We didn’t search by hand. We used an application that scans files and looks for search string. It’s called Actual Search and Replace and worked great. http://www.divlocsoft.com/ You can search for a single line of […]

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iframe hack

For the past 2 weeks we have been dealing with an iframe hack on one of our shared servers. It is a nightmare. I’ve been on the phone with Symantec for a few hours, worked all night, etc. Basically what has been happening is someone has found a way to add the everyone group with […]

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Dell vs Macbook

I currently have a first gen white Macbook (my personal laptop) and my work laptop is a Dell Inspiron 9400. The Inspiron has a 17″ screen and weighs as much as a small midget. My boss asked me if I wanted a new one but I told him it wasn’t necessary. Aside from the weight […]

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$200 PC (OSX x86 compatible)

No monitor or OS but this is everything you need for $199 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3986411&CatId=2358 Intel mini-itx proc pre-mounted. Can you imagine building a new PC for $200 just a year ago? No dual core, no PCI express, but you prob won’t need that in a $200 PC. Oh, and it makes a perfect candidate of OSX […]

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