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  1. http://arstechnica.com/security/2012/09/yet-another-java-flaw-allows-complete-bypass-of-security-sandbox/
  2. SSH inventor warns that IT security's getting worse
  3. abarbarian


    http://www.ghostery.com/ Neat add-on, Well worth a look.
  4. Neil P

    10 Minute Mail

    10 Minute Mail Going to that link will generate a temporary email address--one that's good for 10 minutes. You control it and can access the messages right from the page. So, if you need an email address to sign up for something but you don't want to divulge your actual email, this is a simple way to do it. You can extend your 10 minutes--to take you back to 10 minutes. You can do this multiple times, if a website takes a while to send you a message. After the timer expires, the email vanishes.
  5. Today's Debian security upgrades included this recommendation to upgrade Iceweasel in Squeeze;
  6. SuperGenPass (see second post for update) The above link gives you an easy tool for creating secure passwords, though they are only usable online. You provide a master password, and it will then take that, combine it with the domain of the site, and creates an md5 hash of it. You can select options like the case of the password (I don't see a reason to pick anything other than "mixed", unless the site specifically requires a certain case), the length, and several other things. It can generate your passwords online, or you can create a bookmarklet that will do the same thing for you, but no
  7. It seems like we hear news like this very regularly lately. LinkedIn confirms password loss: 3.5m already cracked
  8. Did you read this lunacy? Has Adobe gone absolutely loony, lazy, or what? They cut of Linux updates, they charge to freakin' much for software, and now this outrage ... Adobe: Pay upgrade price to patch critical bugs
  9. Hacking Expert David Chalk Joins Urgent Call to Halt Smart Grid - MarketWatch SmartGrid 101 Take Back Your Power - ThePowerFilm.org - There is a video with David Chalk on this site. Let me know how it is please. I can't watch it. I am very happy that an expert has come forward to openly not only discuss this but make it understood in no uncertain terms that the 100% that it is an inevitability that in today's world, the SmartGrid being hacked is a foregone conclusion it has no protection AND is on the Internet! It is a cool technology but too dangerous in a terror, malwar
  10. How to install Debian and TOR Router on the DreamPlug https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/DebianDreamPlug Very cool! Something else to keep us all up at night to make another cool thing work!
  11. Guest

    Mac Antivirus software

    Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac Home Edition - Free antivirus that works simply and beautifully That's one free one, and of course there is the Free VirusBarrier (non realtime scanning) available in the Mac AppStore as well as the full blown VirusBarrier for what is it $69? And there is the ClamXav for free as well (also non realtime scanning. I would have listed Symantec but I am seeing too many issues with Lion and Snow Leopard right now. Any others?
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