Author Archives: Sreeraj Nair

BlueBorne


BlueBorne is the latest and the deadliest vulnerability related to Bluetooth. It’s details were published on 12 September 2017. Since it can spread like an airborne disease to any device that has bluetooth enabled on it, the exploit is aptly … Continue reading

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The ‘Open’ Heartbleed


Before I start, let me; let everyone know that I’m not a fan of opensource, to the extent that you can call me anti opensource. So, on 7th April 2014, the world woke up to heartbleed, a vulnerability in the … Continue reading

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How to set the Default Excel Version when you have multiple versions on your server/PC


As per Microsoft, you need to install the oldest version first and the newest version last, if you intend to use multiple versions of MS Office on the same machine. There are KB articles for each version of Office that … Continue reading

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Server has the RAID configuration intact but still can’t find the OS to boot up


I think all of us would have been in this situation sometime or the other where we have a server whose RAID config has not been lost but the server is still not able to find the OS. It is … Continue reading

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I’m Back!!


OK, So here I’m with my next blog after about two and a half years, That’s a loooong time which flew really fast. I got married in the interim and life has turned on it’s head since then, I’m finding … Continue reading

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WINSXS


Who ate my disk ????????????????????????????? It’s that folder which resides in C:\Windows and takes up a lot of space on your Windows Server 2008 machine and which didn’t used to do that in Windows Server 2003. What does it contain?, … Continue reading

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Watson


From Science Fiction to Reality The other day, I was looking at a VB Script, which needed to be modified just a bit in order to be useful for me. Being a scripting illiterate, I was overwhelmed by the complexity … Continue reading

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