Monthly Archives: May 2014

Carbon Power

Ahh the power of Carbon. I have been keeping up with the carbon factor for a little while now. Some may recall my post “Turning your Pencil into a Conductor”. The field is getting interesting now. Power Japan Plus has announced their intentions to release a battery made from carbon called a Ryden Dual-Carbon battery. This battery will be able …

I did it!

I am happy to announce that all my CompTIA studding has finely began paying off. Thanks to my Wife’s Support, my family’s backing, and a little studying, I have past my first certification with CompTIA!  I studied my course work with La Salle in Tampa Fl and am now seeking out my Security+ as my next goal. They offer training …

Flash, Zero Day, Internet Explorer, DO NOT USE?

Last Monday, everyone got the shock of their life, The US Department of Homeland Security advised us NOT to use your built in Microsoft Internet Explorer: US-CERT is aware of active exploitation of a use-after-free vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer. This vulnerability affects IE versions 6 through 11 and could allow unauthorized remote code execution. US-CERT recommends that users and administrators review …