Month of September 2006 - Page Number 8

Showing 71 - 80 of 415 from September 2006
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  1. 71.
    Printers often have passwords that allow entry of a user password before the text is printed. However the text is still exposed when going over the wire. This suggests a means of fixing this problem
    IPCOM000140925D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  2. 72.
    If a hacker gains access for some time to a PC during which time it is able to grab the password associated with a specific key, and also the data bundle that is the encrypted key for that system it creates a severe security exposure for the end user. Even if the end user manages to change the password in his...
    IPCOM000140924D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  3. 73.
    This is a solution for providing a corporate CA that is auditable using TCG. The basic idea is to have a multitude of corporate keys, each for a relatively short period of time, during which the audit function can be verified. These keys are then periodically signed and transferred to a list of usable keys to...
    IPCOM000140923D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  4. 74.
    This invention provides significant new airflow for laptop computers through the keyboard while protecting the components underneath from both foreign matter contamination as well as by diverting liquid spills.
    IPCOM000140922D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  5. 75.
    A hypervisor program along with optional computer system hardware support allows multiple virtual machines to be used simultaneously by several instances of operating systems. Each OS sees a complete set of machine resources (memory, disk, etc) and the hypervisor manages the multiple virtual machines. In some...
    IPCOM000140921D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  6. 76.
    Having internal sensory lights on both sides of the midplane in the BladeCenter chassis would provide light close to the midplane, allowing the user's hands to be free for inspection or insertions. As a result, this would decrease the painful need of having to remove the midplane from the chassis every time the...
    IPCOM000140914D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  7. 77.
    IPCOM000140911D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-26
  8. 78.
    When a Graphic User Interface (GUI) component's representation is determined at runtime, a Control Definition (CD) file can be used to further customize the component. The CD file is in Extensible Markup Language (XML) format and is generated at runtime, thus it can customize the panel depend on the runtime...
    IPCOM000140910D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-25
  9. 79.
    Extensible Markup Language (XML) is used to layout Graphic User Interface (GUI) components. This new method also allows XML to define the 'interactions' and 'behaviours' of each GUI component. It uses XML as a 'scripting' language. New GUI components or panels can be added without rebuilding the existing system.
    IPCOM000140909D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-25
  10. 80.
    In Java Virtual Machines (JVM) and other garbage collected (GC) language run-time environments, a common garbage collection technique is 'mark and sweep'. The mark and sweep phases can be made to work concurrently with the executing Java program, but each phase is serialized because the output of one (mark) is...
    IPCOM000140908D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Sep-25