Seems like the best alternative for a hacker right now.
It might be somewhere in the Network Stack of some Internet backbone router? Or some code shared by Network stack of multiple Oses? The code would have to run continuously on so many devices for *every* *packet* going through? May be sometimes multiple times for the same packet! Firewall ? Routing algorithm?
They are working hard to move on from "BigBrother" status to "skyNet" status.
Manjoo's column doesn't mention it, but old timers like myself remember that Microsoft's strategy predates Windows — it actually dates back to DOS 1.0! Microsoft has always followed this strategy — Xenix, OS/2 and all versions of Windows all ran on generic clone computers. Remembering that history helps explain (to me at least) why Ballmer and Microsoft have been so slow to change."
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I can almost copy word to word there.
RIP Atul, you were one big soldier on the side of FOSS and hacking! Big - not the least because you needed t-shirts with multiple "x" in the size. You will be missed.
Once perfected , imagine being able to deliver emergency medicine to places not easily reachable by road.
A few years ago LFY= Linux from scratch
Now LFY = Life from scratch
no chdk for sx40?
didn't anyone steal from IBM Simon? http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_Simon
then my 5 year old niece can try for a phd! The next gen will be such digital natives as to make us wonder if they come with smartphone manuals pre-loaded.
install Ubuntu on ur phone.
And for all you know a keyboard snooper could easily track your pattern and play it back later.
It's not just the keyboard that you are typing on, but the time of day, i.e. how tried or awake you are, etc.
Yeah. I remember not publicizing my very old VB Course project, which was "password typing pattern matcher" for exactly this reason.
Is there a Wine port for Windows 7 ?
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