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MERA 300 was a polish-built 8-bit minicomputer family. It was first introduced in 1974 at the Poznań Trade Fair and Exhibition.

 

    • Value Driven Security Threat Modeling Based on Attack Path Analysis, mirrored here too.
      • A research paper, written by Yue (Bill) Chen, Ph.D, Dr. Barry Boehm, and I. This page explains what the overall project was about. I’m still grateful to Dr. Boehm for sending me along with Dr. Chen to present this paper at the 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, on the Big Island, Hawaii during January 3-6, 2007.

 

    • How to use and understand “whois” in its many forms, mirrored here too.
      • A short how-to article I wrote for O’reilly Answers. The whois command line utility, available on all modern Unix and Linux variants, can be a fast, concise, and scriptable way to identify unknown and distant hosts, networks, and even netadmins. By the way, if you’re an I-hate-the-shell user, no big deal. The knowledge you’ll acquire here will definitely help you understand the input and output of the many “whois” websites out there.