It was a close game last night at the Hazelwood Central gymnasium. The McCluer Lady Comets played against their rivals McCluer North. It was a very exciting start to the season with good play all around by the comets, but we still ended up short 47-48 losing at the buzzer. stltoday.com has this to say about Rachel’s 2006-2007 Lady Comets.

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McCLUER COMETS

Vitals: Coach Rachel Wann. 5 letterman, 3 starters, return from a 6-18 team.

Projected Starting Lineup: Gwen Berry (5-10, sr., G), Khara Harmon (5-4, sr., G), Deja Martin (5-6, jr., G), Anna Struttmann (5-11. sr., F), Kathy Jenkins (5-9, so., F)

Notes: Wann takes over for Kelly Celeste and will be the youngest coach in the conference. She’s just two years out of college. … Wann will have a good group to build around, beginning with Berry (11.6 ppg, 8.1 rpg), who is the team captain and a force inside. … Ebony Jones (5-11, so., C), Lashae Smith (5-10, sr., F), Jermeeka Hamm (5-7, jr., G) and Tearra Bowers (5-4, jr., G) will get playing time. … “We’re a hard-working team that will run a lot with a great deal of intensity,” Wann said.

HNS – Top 10 Ajax Security Holes and Driving Factors
of 10 Ajax Security Holes and Driving Factors

This is a nice article talking about how to find vulnerable application end points. In short this mean, “Where am I vulnerable.” It talks about how each of these 10 attack vectors can be exploited, and the best practice to accept in order to secure against its exploitation. Of course there is no silver bullet in web security, so it is really about finding out where you most vulnerable, and guarding the gate.