There is - F-Secure has a cloud solution called Younited. http://www.younited.com/
You didn't even read the summary? That's very
" iOS (and OS X) SSL security bug comes the latest vulnerability in Apple's mobile operating system"
Yeah, the hash update succeeds, so err contains successful value when it jumps to the end. It never reaches the dead part where it updates.
Yeah, you'd think a compiler should have caught that.. but neither GCC or Xcode seems to do that..
Adam Langley has a great blog post dissecting this:
if ((err = SSLHashSHA1.update(&hashCtx, &signedParams)) != 0)
..they were in Moscow..
In other words, Microsoft is going to proceed with a vision which may or may not be of interest to consumers, and once again tell us what we want instead of listening to us.
To be honest, if I was the CEO I wouldn't listen to "us" either. Why should I? We (I guess the collective consumers and customers) have no idea what we actually want.
Except perhaps "cool free stuff" and at most "innovation" which doesn't really mean anything at all.
He's been heading one of the divisions that has made most money lately - fairly good choice I'd say...
Too bad cyanogen went from great open source community effort to a cold moneygrab by couple of greedy guys. Wouldn't touch it with a pole now.
I agree with all of that - and additionally -
Let me download/buy (all) my games on the Xbox then, just like I'd do on Steam.
I don't want to run to the shop, spend â60 (or whatever your currency ripoff price is) on a game, come home, spend time fidding with the code and then not be able to re-sell/loan in.
If you want me locked in, you gotta give me the on-demand convenience as well - otherwise no deal.
It's very slow on my S3, scrolling and navigating is hard.
The pop up keeps asking which site I want and half of the time I can't seem to click "classic".
The new site doesn't show synapses, just headlines which makes me click into the stories making it even laggier and jerkier than it already was.
Seems it isn't really ready for prime time yet.
apt-get install mutt
fantastic.. my nice formatting went to hell.
Doesn't sound like you're hacked really.
That's it for starters.
So this is not about breaching phone numbers data that are set to private. This is about finding publicly published phone numbers through the normal search.
Meh. Phonebooks didn't even have privacy policies back in the day.
A more valid complaint might have been the ever changing default settings and user interface "improvements" which make finding the said settings very hard.
But even then, this is not really post-worthy.
No. Citizenship is not tied to a physical object like passport.
The passport is property of government and can be revoked.
It's a standard method of trying to stop criminals from running - but it's not usually exercised for petty crimes (like the one Neij is wanted for). That's the only "extreme" bit about it, but I'm glad he got it back.