DirSearch – A command line tool designed to brute force directories and files in websites.
DirBuster – A Java application designed to brute force directories and files names to aid with finding hidden pages/directories and directories with a web application.
A good document from Microsoft, comparing the various service offerings from Azure and AWS titled Cloud Service Map.
||Allows users to deploy, manage, and maintain
OS and server software; instance types provide
configurations of CPU/RAM.
|Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
Source: AWS to Azure services comparison
Western Michigan University has a very handy reference guide on distinguishing the various forms of Alumni and Emeriti.
|Term ||Description/Definition ||Example |
|Alumna || Singular female i.e. a female graduate or former student of a particular school, college, or university. ||Jane is an alumna. |
|Alumnus ||Singular male i.e. a male graduate or former student of a particular school, college, or university. ||John is an alumnus. |
|Alumnae ||Plural female i.e. female graduates or former student of a particular school, college, or university. || Jane and Mary are alumnae. |
|Alumni ||Plural male and plural when both men and women are included. ||John, Jane and Mary are alumni. |
|Emerita || Singular female i.e. a female professor having retired but allowed to retain her title as an honor. ||Jane is an emerita. |
|Emeritus ||Singular male i.e. a male professor having retired but allowed to retain his title as an honor. ||John is an emeritus. |
|Emeritae || Plural female i.e. female professors having retired but allowed to retain their title as an honor ||Jane and Mary are emeritae. |
|Emeriti ||Plural male and plural when both men and women are included. ||John, Jane and Mary are emeriti. |
A good tool from Willem Broekema to help with organizing and managing your Twitter lists.
Product Link: TwitterListManager
After some recent infrastructure changes, I noticed that certain group policies were not being applied due to network connectivity lag as a result of how our systems were setup. To resolve this, I stumbled on a post that describes a Group Policy setting that can force the computer to wait for full network connectivity before logon.
To enable this setting:
- Open the Local Group Policy Editor
- Expand Computer Configuration
- Expand Administrative Templates
- Expand System
- Expand Logon
- Enable the Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon setting
- Restart your computer