Monthly Archives: November 2017

Stuxnet-style code signing is more widespread than anyone thought

Forgeries undermine the trust millions of people place in digital certificates. Researchers have presented proof that digitally signed malware is much more common than previously believed. What’s more, it predated Stuxnet, with the first known instance occurring in 2003. The researchers said they found 189 malware samples bearing valid digital signatures that were created using […]

Accessibility at Microsoft

Customers who use assistive technologies can upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost If you use assistive technologies, you can upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost as Microsoft continues our efforts to improve the Windows 10 experience for people who use these technologies. Please take advantage of this offer before it expires on December […]

Net Neutrality: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Go FCC Yourself

Chromebooks for Seniors: A Guru’s Guide (Your Guru Guides) eBook: Nick Francesco

Your Social Media Fingerprint

Without your consent most major web platforms leak whether you are logged in. This allows any website to detect on which platforms you’re signed up. Since there are lots of platforms with specific demographics an attacker could reason about your personality, too. Source: Your Social Media Fingerprint

What is tablet mode in Windows 10?

Let’s take a look at exactly why you need tablet mode and, when the time comes, how to use it. Source: What is tablet mode in Windows 10?

Asgardia Space Kingdom

Asgardia is the prototype of a free and unrestricted society which holds knowledge, intelligence and science at its core along with the recognition of the ultimate value of each human life.

Use Google Drive files offline

If you aren’t connected to a Wi-Fi or mobile network, you can still view and edit files, including: Google Docs Google Sheets Google Slides https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2375012?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

Re:scam – Netsafe: Online safety for New Zealand

Introducing Re:scam – an artificially intelligent email bot made to reply to scam emails. Re:scam wastes scammers time with a never-ending series of questions and anecdotes so that scammers have less time to pursue real people. Source: Re:scam – Netsafe: Online safety for New Zealand

Android-x86 – Porting Android to x86

This is a project to port Android open source project to x86 platform, formerly known as “patch hosting for android x86 support”. The original plan is to host different patches for android x86 support from open source community. A few months after we created the project, we found out that we could do much more […]

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