Granted, more data needs to be collected, but if early indications are correct from Microsoft’s study of over a million PC failures it would appear that Apple’s strategy of not letting anyone build their own box, tweak their own hardware, and limiting who can actually build the hardware, id definitely the reason why it is…
“Several high-profile email providers have been the subject of a leak of user account information, which includes usernames, email addresses and unencrypted passwords. The leak involves multiple services; popular names such as: Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail and Mail.ru. The security firm that discovered the breach, Hold Security, believes that many of the accounts involved in…
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The Text Message Deduplication Dilemma – Part 1:Let’s play “Fill in the Text Message Gaps”
I was reading Josh Gilliland’s post from yesterday about being careful not to break client confidentiality in your online networking status messages. Here is how the risk of disclosure is possible: a Facebook user posts a status message they deem harmless, such as “I just landed ‘Company A’ as a client and have a bunch…
Windows XP patch This is looking like a pretty serious security issue, and everyone is recommending to get it patched immediately. According to the bulletin, you are vulnerable if you are: Customers using Microsoft® Windows® ME or XP, or who have installed the Windows XP Internet Connection Sharing client on Windows 98 or 98SE. Grab…
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I’m gonna go with bad meetings, or at least too many meetings that could have been quick calls or emails.
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