Uh-oh – If you are running certain extensions with Firefox, you could be vulnerable to hacking. According to the story below, the vulnerablity comes into play in a wireless environment or if your wired router still has the default passwords. Continue reading
Well, Google is finally cracking down on MFAs and the federales are busting spammers.. Life is starting to look rosier
What I don’t get in the article is that he sent tens of millions of spams and the prosecutors are trying to seize 770k. For some reason, that doesn’t seem like a lot of profit considering how much spam he is accused of sending. Continue reading
the British newspaper, the Daily Mail, has an article linking laptop use to back and neck problems. When you think about it, most desktops today have the screen at the proper level, the keyboard at the proper level, wrist pads for the keyboard and mouse, and in many cases ergonomic keyboards. Continue reading
This will be an interesting one to watch… Philadelphia, Pa is implementing a massive wireless internet project. I’m not really sure I would want the government involved with, or as, my isp. … especially Philadelphia’s government..
Some random thoughts Continue reading
There is a pretty intense discussion happening at webmasterworld.com right now. Apparently some webmasters who were practicing arbitrage received notices from google that their accounts would be terminated effective June 1, 2007.
I started to do some research into scumware. It’s a real mess. To understand scumware, you first have to understand the small web publisher. Continue reading
Welcome to my Blog.