The less green the small boxes behind the menu items are, the longer they have been unattended. If there is no green share left, nothing has been modified in the last three months (90 days).
The (hopefully many) green blocks at the right side of the menue are indicators for when the pages, files or links behind the menu items were last modified. This may help you finding the most interesting and current information on this website. It is only a little gimmick, but … well it may be useful. It is at least for me. ;)
There are by the way several other functionality enhancements: menu items may now be collapsed for a better overview. The personal preferences are stored for the current session only, so when the browser is closed, the configuration is lost. Nice and senseless, isn’t it :).
Wow, 30 times more mails than on an average afternoon … about 300 times Sobig.F and the mail virus scanner did nothing. It didn’t update itself — don’t still know why — and didn’t even work at all. Well, much to do today but it finally is up again. :)
Additionally, I’ve set up some new server SSL certificates for the services. The new ca certificate can be found here.
Mozilla imports the certificate without any problems.
The Internet Explorer (or whatever service is resposible for certificates in windows) is a bit trickier. Well, not that tricky, but you have to say that using the internet explorer, security concerns are always involved. Simply save the cert to disk, start the up-to-date virus scanner and let it examine the file — just to be save — and finally start it by double-clicking on its icon. Then follow the instructions.