An anonymous reader writes: Check out the latest SANS Diary page which offers a link to a 70 page article on the RBN written by David Bizuel. http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?storyid=3681
He offers some info on Flyman and the possible location of their offices in St. Petersburg.
dermoth666 writes: Montreal is about to conclude a deal with Ile sans fil, Montreal's free WiFi non-lucrative organization. In a document obtained yesterday by La Presse, Montreal will be offering 200 000$ per year to Ile sans fil to install and maintain 400 access points in parks and public places. The proposal still has to go trough Montreal's executive committee, but if it pass it means Montreal will get totally free wireless access spread across the city. The article is in french only as it seems no english papers have covered this news yet.
TallGuyRacer writes: "German police are unable to decipher the encryption used in the internet telephone software Skype to monitor calls by suspected criminals and terrorists, Germany's top police officer, Joerg Ziercke, said. "The encryption with Skype telephone software... creates grave difficulties for us... We can't decipher it. That's why we're talking about source telecommunication surveillance — that is, getting to the source before encryption or after it's been decrypted.""
p_squiddy writes: "Every now and then, the same question always pops up: is it better to leave my computer on all the time, or will my computer last longer if I keep the computer on constantly? What's the REAL answer?"