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This ebike sounds like it could be a lot of fun, but a regular bike is better as you can go further. Sounds like fun.
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This is quite interesting, and look, two companies work together to stop something distructive. Check this out, and let me know what you think.
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Also please note ms released an update for the windows malware tool
which is out of band, this is not security related usually, a new
tool is released each month for detection sake but its worth noting.
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The September 9, 2011 issue of the Trend Micro newsletter is of interest because it talks about certificates and how they work with authorities. It recaps what has happened with one such authority. Take a read of this.
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This is quite interesting. I’ve never used any of these services, and I’m interested to hear if anyone here has. Check out this article to see how the company behind this one site cooperated with law enforcement to turn someone in. I would hope that companies such as this would do the right thing like they did.
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This article talks about something that has been plagueing
us Windows users for years. Now it is your turn to be notified about infected PDF files. Just be on the lookout.
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Here is some Android news that people may be interested in. What do you think of this one?
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Well, I have heard this is not all that accessible, but I have never used the service. I want to pole my readers to read this one, and let me know if you sign up and how accessible it is to use.
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This is exactly what happened to me. I think all my readers should read this. Luckily I never gave such things, I am also going to pass this on to F-secure. Think they need to know.
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This has been talked about on Security now! for the last few weeks. I think Steve should have a copy of this, so I’m sending it to him through twitter. Its too bad that this company has been found to be untrustworthy. There will be others, and they will be found over time. Digital Security certificates is a serious business, and if you screw up, you’ll end up paying. The security companies should thank the government for doing the right investigation, and ultimately the right thing. Check this article out. Leave your comments.
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This is quite interesting. I’ve never used a program like MSE before though, but only time will tell what is really in Windows 8. Check this article out.
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STAPLES Center Unveils New $3.4 Million JBL Professional Vertec Audio System – Los Angeles Kings – Press Releases
I normally don’t post press releases, but I thought this one, from the Los Angeles Kings and Staples Center here in Los Angeles have some tech news in a way dealing with sound systems and videos. I thought you guys might want to read what this sports and entertainment arena might have in store should you come down here for an event. Sounds like fun. Let me know your thoughts.
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After getting a call from an interesting skype name, and following its link last night, Trend Micro blocked a portion of the page. Enquiring about this to Trend Micro and F-secure, F-secure send me a link to this story about skype. So now, we need to be worried about calls saying we’re infected. I knew I wasn’t but was curious on what this site was about. Since I knew I wasn’t infected, I would not be putting my payment details in such sites without running my own antivirus software. Take a look at this article.
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Most of the updates this month are office.
those that use office and not their compatability pack 2007 and up
will get a nice 82mb download of things.
Those that don’t will get 22mb, windows has about a mb of updates not
including the malware updates.
I have also submitted some more content for the podcast.
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FOIA Victory Will Shed More Light on Warrantless Tracking of Cell Phones | Electronic Frontier Foundation
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This is interesting domain news.
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I thought this would be a good read for you guys, so take a nice read on this.
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