• Samba patch issued for buffer overflow vulnerability

    A software buffer overflow vulnerability in Samba open-source software could give an attacker remote access to a machine running...

    ITKE440,550 pointsBadges:
  • Badlock flaw hits Samba, Windows and responsible disclosure

    The serious Badlock vulnerability in Windows and Samba, announced three weeks prior to patches, triggers a debate over responsible disclosure of software flaws.

    Peter Loshin1,850 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Samba: Remote GUI tools

    Samba team co-founder John H. Terpstra explains how to use graphical interface tools to manage Samba across a large corporate network.

    ITKE440,550 pointsBadges:
  • Church volunteer quells IT chaos with Linux

    The Church of the Epiphany found IT salvation, with a little help from Linux and Samba.

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Samba 3: The first 180 days

    The mission of Samba 3 was direct: Simplify migrations from Windows NT 4, which will no longer be supported by Microsoft at year's end. Released last October, Samba 3 enables Linux or Unix servers to act as a file or print server for Windows client PCs. The biggest bell and whistle to Samba 3 was...

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Samba-3: User rights and privileges

    Samba expert John Terpstra explains how to manage the Samba-3 equivalents of administrative security controls in the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.

    ITKE440,550 pointsBadges:
  • Open Season: Red Hat, OpenVZ and Samba

    City of Vienna goes with Red Hat Linux; OpenVZ project delivers live migration; Samba gets an update.

    ITKE440,550 pointsBadges:
  • What’s ahead for Samba-3, Samba-4 and FUD-fighting

    Get the scoop on upcoming new features in Samba-3 and Samba-4, recent events in FUD-fighting and the benefits that businesses can realize by adopting open source early from Samba guru John H. Terpstra.

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Expert describes Samba in action

    Samba Team co-founder John H. Terpstra got an earful when he asked dozens of IT pros what they need from the freeware that enables Linux and Unix servers to act as a file or print server for Windows client PCs. For one thing, they described Microsoft's stranglehold on their environments and their...

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Linux/Samba holds its own (and more) with Win2000

    Make any comparison between the reliability, scalability and total cost of ownership (TCO) of Microsoft Windows 2000 and Linux, and someone's bound to object. "The areas of scalability, reliability and TCO are highly subjective and emotional," said John H. Terpstra, CEO/President of PrimaStasys,...

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:

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