F-Secure: News from the Lab The Inquirer’s post Please DO NOT USE Windows media player right now. Also do not surf via ANY browser to any sites that are not known to be safe. This includes Outlook since quite a few e-mails are sent HTML. Do not double-click any e-mails in Outlook until this security… Read more
Map Database Upgrade Well this is almost nuts..:) My clan has just upgraded their maps database to 8000 maps. Right now with 3400 mpas a maps listing can take 30 seconds. It should be interesting to see how long it takes for 8000 maps rofl!
A growing number of fellow conservative blogs are buying the adminstrations constant assertions that the Patriot Act is alone responsible for stopping another terrorist attack. Unfortunatly the loudness of the conservative blogs is growing, along with the post i am using to track it. Frankly, I think my fellow conservatives are totally wrong on this… Read more
“Analog hole” legislation introduced This will instantly criminalize me as i will use whatever i have to do use the content in ways i wish to. i will not share it illegally with other folks but telling me that i cannot timeshift, record, save, or whatnot while inside my home..well..to heck with them.
FOXNews.com – Politics – Congress Taking Action in Weekend Session A fresh controversy flared when House Republicans, in a move designed to hinder Democratic-aligned political groups, pressed a last-minute bid to pass legislation limiting individual donations to independent groups. Now then..where’s Congress’s concern for our Constitutional rights?
At Stake: The Net as We Know It BellSouth, for one, wants to guarantee that an Internet-TV viewer doesn’t experience annoying millisecond delays during the Super Bowl because his teenage daughter is downloading music files in another room. this is not a problem caused by google or other websites. This is caused by sharing your… Read more
Well, Emmanuel Computer Consutling just recieved it’s first BIG contract. Mind you this is a volunteer one but still it’s big. The total cost is $15,000 is hardware and software. The scope is to take the entire facility of approximatly 25 machines and one server and relicense the facilty. The clients are a mix of… Read more
WorldNetDaily: This article lists a lew of cases of female teachers preying on their male students. Reverse the roles and the men would have been put under the jail. The penalties leved against many women predators though are much less severe.
KRT Wire I am not normally a fan of any democrat. If Fiengold filibusters and gets a few others with him, I’ll cheer him on until this despicable act dies and gets buried. Andrew Cochran of the counter-terrorism blog disagrees. Next up, the DMCA. *UPDATE* The amount of disagreement with trashing the Patriot Act is… Read more
silicon.com MOre of Sony’s cpoy protection software is now a security risk. They have cd’s out there that use copy protection by Suncomm that allow your ocmputer to be taken over by trojans if your computer is infecte with this software. Mind you Sony says it will advise users of the flaw and patch via… Read more
JOLLYBLOGGER: The large studios never would have touched this had Mel Gibson single-handidly thrust The Passion of The Christ onto the scene. Once that happened the large athestic studios know there is a market for movies like this so here they come. With LOTR such a smash it only figures they’ll try to make the… Read more
WorldNetDaily: As WorldNetDaily reported, John Casoria, general counsel for the network, responded yesterday to Lindsey’s contention that the weekly program “International Intelligence Briefing” had been canceled for December, and possibly permanently, because its message was deemed “too pro-Israel and too anti-Muslim.” Casoria initially replied, “That is absolutely, 100 percent false.” But now, after talking with… Read more
MSNBC.com The ACLU and the judge in this case apparently are ignoring one major fact. This person is a minor and therefore is under her parents perview. Under legal rules since she is 17 she can’t bring a court case on her own behalf and no attorney can either without parental consent. Of course we… Read more
My responses to Security now! Episode 16: I have some comments and I also must point out some huge flaws in Steve Gibson?s replies to some questions: Storing stuff on a USB key really should be encrypted. Especially if the USB key is going onto a public computer. Otherwise that unencrypted file can be read… Read more