Yes, I’m sure you’ve all seen 100 times this morning that version 1.04 is out, and it fixes the security hole I talked about earlier this week. But have you seen Marc Orchant’s post about it this morning where he also mentions MozBackup? From their site: “MozBackup is a utility for creating backups of Mozilla,…
Things to read over the holiday. We’ll be on the road to the in-laws later today, and tied to dial up for the entirety of the weekend, so don’t expect there to be much around here. These links should hold you over… Dave Kearns : Ease of use wins over security. MT ‘Mail this entry’…
– Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal..
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Silly government workers. Go to all that trouble to try and hide the identity of the person under investigation but forget to redact the email address associated with that person, which happens to have his name in it? See, this is why you have to consider any and all personally identifiable information when you’re looking…