Security is a key word today! Don’t open an online service without a strong security policy. But, some (network|system|office) administrators fall into paranoia! Read the stories collected on privacyinternational.org, they started a competition with the most stupid security rulez. Privacy International – Stupid Security
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The CF slot (“Compact Flash”) found on more and more PDAs seems to be the latest gadget for (un)usuful extensions: After memory extensions, GPS, Wifi, Webcams, now … the FM radio! 🙂 http://www.prolink.com.tw/english/products/PDA/FM201.htm
Where are we going?! Some guys are ready to make business based on anything! 🙁 Show Your American Patriotism! (Better to turn your speaker off)
I found the following text as signature in a mail… So real! Choose no life. Choose no career. Choose no family. Choose a fucking big computer, choose disk arrays the size of washing machines, modem racks, CD-ROM writers, and electrical coffee makers. Choose no sleep, high caffeine and mental insurance.
Nice introduction to this page: “There’s no excuse to write insecure code.” – various Lot of vulnerabilities should never be exploited if all developers always followed some golden rules! The Shmoo Group – How to Write Secure Code
An original trip towards Brussels made withbikers 🙂 http://web.wanadoo.be/djcalle/moto03.mpe.
The classic RFC of April 1st 🙂 ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc3514.txt
Tired of PocketPC? It’s now quite easy to install Linux on your PDA! There are even distributions ready for them: MIZI Research, Inc. Should be very exciting to test it but, in my case, I’ll loose my GPS applications! If somebody has a spare PDA, mail me 🙂
Nice new toy: a Bluetooth modem/fax connected to your classic phone line. Then it’s used as a dialer when some other Bluetooth enable devices connect to it. http://www.billionton.com.tw/english/product/bt56r.htm