Tuesday, April 21, 2009

My Comments: Certified Ethical Hacker

That’s RIDICULOUS! (Ethical) Hacking is NOT some certification! (Ethical) Hacking is a mind-set. You’ve to have that element in you…it’s inborn…innate….No Ethical Hacking BOOT CAMP could ever make an (Ethical) Hacker out of a ROOKIE! Sounds Old School eh? I know. But it’s true. Undeniably.

(Ethical) Hacking is 75% Low-tech (Social Engineering etc.) -- 25% Console Skills.

So—go back to BBSs…UNIX Admins...Snake Charmers and Con Artists…you’d probably learn something substantial.

15-days, 3000 Dollars -- Ethical Hacking BOOT CAMP is ZILCH!

By the way, Information Security is a MYTH. Every device / INDIVIDUAL is vulnerable and could be compromised / conned. No infallible Information Security Gurus.

So . . . .

Let's Log Off -- now.
Let's go back to . . . .
Homing Pigeons
Shady nook under that old ban'yan tree . . . cozy, perfect place for reading
Let's Log Off -- now.

See you real soon comrades -- in my Tree House! :-)

Friday, April 10, 2009

Princess Niloufer of Hyderabad

Yippee: My First Award! :-)

Thanks, Desert Rose. You're right out of -- The Princess Diaries! :-)

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Blogger Stand-alone: Toffee-nosed Princess! ;-)

Sometimes a snooty princess needs teaching a lesson.
A very, very long monstrous worm with a forked, poisonous tongue lay in a field minding its own business when along came a princess. The worm bid the princess 'good morning' only to be treated rudely by the very Toffee-Nosed and unpopular princess. In a flash the monstrous worm had gobbled the princess up. But will anyone want to rescue her from inside the worm? This is a great collection of short stories about monsters that will certainly delight younger readers.

The Worm and the Toffee-Nosed Princess


Monday, April 6, 2009

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Poverty: Slumdog Millionaire—The Sequel

Azharuddin Ismail Sheikh, age 11, a kid from a real Mumbai slum, went where few stars from Bollywood had been before: to an Oscar awards ceremony. But this child star of the $200 million film lives with rats—and without a roof.