The WebRTC movement is certainly gathering steam. World+Dog are now running along side that train, hoping to jump on and play with all the cool kids. It’s a fast moving train. Late comers may have a tough time getting on-board.
Proposed rules to let one judge authorize "remote access" essentially anywhere. The United States Department of Justice wants to broaden its ability to hack criminal suspects’ computers according to a new legal proposal that was first published by the Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
"Consider that the cell phone industry charges consumers that much every month and you will see that towers and coverage play a pretty small part of the cell phone business. No wonder service is so lousy."
A cross-site scripting vulnerability occurs in the Admin console of the Messaging Secure Gateway 7.5.0 product if an unterminated script is input to the “new” parameter which is used to create new users. Successful exploitation could result in creation of a new Administrator user account. This issue has been assigned the identifier CVE-2014-2844.
ITworld.com We need phones that help us stop killing each other while distracted ITworld.com We have to have phones that respect when we are driving, offer easy means of automatically blocking or responding to texts and other notifications, and...
Production Simwood SIMs will be with us hopefully this month. By default, they will log onto the O2 UK network. Some clever software directly on the SIM will cause it to switch identity if O2 UK is not available, enabling roaming both internationally and within the UK. This gives the best of both worlds in a UK SIM at domestic rates but with more complete coverage through the use of other domestic networks when O2 is not available.
After John Cartwright abruptly announced the closure of the Full Disclosure mail list, there was a lot of speculation as to why. I mailed John Cartwright the day after and asked some general questions.
In the 1990s, scientists realized you can securely transmit a message through encrypting and using a shared key generated by Einstein’s strange entanglement to decode the message from the sender and receiver. Using the quantum key meant the message was completely secure from interception during transmission.
Earlier this month, beauty products chain Sally Beauty acknowledged that a hacker break-in compromised fewer than 25,000 customer credit and debit cards. My previous reporting indicated that the true size of the breach was at least ten times larger.
Look at the crisp Prezi slides! JitMeet worked flawlessly for our one-hour conference with over 20 participants. Audio was bridged to our ZipDX conference and video was recorded by Michael Graves. There were people from many countries on three continents participating.