peterw is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: Peter Werner
Member since: 2004-05-07 23:46:22
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I think my friends are sick of hearing me whinge about the free software world, so in the time honoured tradition of the Internet, im going spout off my ill conceived ideas here, ignore any counterarguments, then lose interest after a few days.

I no longer work at ifost but thats where all my stuff is at the moment. I like unix and c, and im beginning to enjoy python as well. My favourite unix is OpenBSD, if i had to look after 100 machines for work they would be running Solaris on HP hardware. My favourite architecture is mips with hppa coming second. In the real world i like martial arts and psytrance.

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Drivel of the week

TCP/IP Skills Required for Security Analysts at Securityfocus.

"We will see how when we double click on our web browser that there is a syn packet sent out and that a syn/ack packet comes back to us in turn."

Thats how it works folks.

13 May 2004 (updated 16 Oct 2004 at 02:57 UTC) »
8 May 2004 (updated 16 Oct 2004 at 02:57 UTC) »

peterw certified others as follows:

  • peterw certified imp as Master
  • peterw certified todd as Master
  • peterw certified Miod as Master
  • peterw certified lukem as Master
  • peterw certified dhartmei as Master
  • peterw certified djm as Master
  • peterw certified grog as Master
  • peterw certified gshapiro as Master
  • peterw certified phk as Master
  • peterw certified ralf as Master
  • peterw certified santana as Journeyer
  • peterw certified xsa as Journeyer
  • peterw certified brg as Master
  • peterw certified Lobster as Journeyer

Others have certified peterw as follows:

  • Lobster certified peterw as Journeyer
  • xsa certified peterw as Apprentice
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