Dig this...

Monday, August 14, 2000 [02:47 AM PST]

    It's a 2x DNS week baby - that's right, not just one, but two DNS toys to play with! Both of these programs are really geared towards either webmasters or admins so if you're not sure how they would be used then it's probably a fair bet that they're not for you. First off, AnalogX QDNS has been updated to v2.0, which now includes even faster processing than before, less overhead, the ability to sort DNS lists and more! It's available in the Download/Network area as usual... Also new this week is an Online tool - I know, it seems hard to imagine, it's been so long since there's been a new one. It's entitled AnalogX DNS Dig and it allows you to get in and check out exactly what a DNS server is responding with (ala dig/nslookup in Unixland). If you'd like to check it out, just click here!
    There's also a new song available right now on entitled 'Minds' from the latest album in the works named 'HackSaw'. I used samples predominantly from a company called EJay, they're have some of the best sample CD's around.

Q: What do you call a firewall for cookies?

Sunday, August 06, 2000 [10:56 PM PST]

    A: a CookieWall! I've received a large amount of requests for a program that helps protect privacy by monitoring cookies and allowing you to decide which ones should stay, as well as which ones should go - and that's exactly what AnalogX CookieWall does. While it's running it actively watches which cookies are created and can be configured to automatically delete them, notify you when they're created, or just add them to a que for you to examine at a later date. It's very easy to install, use, and a quick download from the Download/Network area.