Tuesday, May 13th, 2003, from Chicago IL, Tonight LIVE on www.thelinuxshow.com.
At 6pm pt, 7pm mt, 8pm ct, and 9pm et.... Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, and Russ Pavlicek are back live tonight. Jeff is taking the night off. We have a great show lined up tonight on The Linux Show!
Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the
week. Tonight on the news: SCO looks a lot like Microsoft, new Illinois law sets standard for telco rules, Linux frenzy sweeps Oracle user conference, and way way more.....
- SCO starting to look like Microsoft
- Last weeks links
- The Latest
Is Windows 2003 Server really faster than Linux/Samba?- LinuxWorld.com (by Joe Barr)
The HP 'people's notebook' runs Linux- (in Thailand for
How One Microsoft User Made The Switch To Open Source- InternetWeek
- Linux frenzy sweeps Oracle user conference
- Study: Big companies save big from open source
- Fine stuff from Jamaica.
- LInux-based Software radio
- IBM supercomputer, runs Linux
Segment Two- Securuty with LaBrea!
Tonight we are joined by Tom Liston President and founder of LaBrea Technologies, Inc. Tom earned a nomination for eWeek and PC Magazine's "Innovations In Infrastructure" 2001 Award for the network security application, LaBrea and was also an author of a book on the technology titled LaBrea - Network Security Application
LaBrea is a network protection application that puts unused IP addresses to
work as a network "tarpit" for worm and scripted scanning attacks on the
Internet as a whole. By manipulating the parameters of a TCP session, LaBrea
is able to capture and hold active attacks against unused IP space, allowing network administrators time to track down and contact infected machines.
In addition to being President and founder of LaBrea, Tom is Vice President of Information Services - Prem Magnetics, Inc. Tom has impressive credentials including being a Member of the SANS Institute's GIAC Security Essentials Certification Advisory Boardand has earned a SANS Institute/GIAC Security Essentials Certification in 2001. Tom is also a member of the SANS Institute/Incidents.org Incident Handling Team.
As a security researcher; Tom has discovered numerous published and unpublished vulnerabilities in network security applications and worked with vendors to have these applications corrected.
As a programmer/developer; Tom is proficient in C, C++, Perl, Python, Java, x86 Assembler, Pascal, and other minor languages.
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