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Retired Stalker: Facebook, Foursquare Making Gen Y Stalkers Lazy PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Monday, 05 July 2010 00:08

By Thomas Wailgum, CIO.com

Stalkers have got it too easy today. That's the opinion of a now-retired stalker who broke his silence to CIO.com this past week.

"This new breed of stalkers—these cyberstalkers, these kids—they have no idea how hard it was to stalk people back in the day," says the long-time serial stalker, who requested anonymity due to his more than three decades of stalking and several pending allegations. "They're soft."

 

Last Updated on Monday, 05 July 2010 00:12
 
Technical Details of Google Map Wifi Sniffing PDF Print E-mail
Written by DNR   
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:42

Street View cars record nearby WiFi access-points. The purpose of this is to provide an alternate to GPS. A computer without GPS can scan for nearby access-points, look up their location in Googles database, and figure out its own location. This is similar to the service provided by the company Skyhook Wireless, or by the collaborative effort WIGLE.
Google Map captures the signal strength in the decode. Google can use this to triangulate the location of the device that sent the packet. Street View knows the precise GPS location of the car as it rolls down the street.

 
Suspicious login protection on Google accounts PDF Print E-mail
Written by DNR   
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:40

Google Dashboard will now display a warning in red if there have been suspicious logins made to any of your Google accounts. Suspicious in this case means a login coming from outside the general geographic location of your normal IP address.

 
Sony Recalls VAIO Laptop Computers Due to Burn Hazard PDF Print E-mail
Written by DNR   
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:39

This involves about 2 models and about 233,000 units! The recalled products are VPCF11 Series and VPCCW2 Series notebook computers. This is blamed on a temperature management system in the BIOs, and requires a firmware update.

So far the heat only causes distortion of the keyboard and case, but could cause burns on a user.

 
Google Dumps Windows for Mac and Linux PDF Print E-mail
Written by lilrofl   
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:38

Following security concerns, the search giant Google is phasing out the use of Windows, according to employees who spoke to FT.com.

The move away from Windows comes following the hack attack carried out against the company’s China operation earlier this year.

“We’re not doing any more Windows. It is a security effort,” said one Google employee.

“Many people have been moved away from [Windows] PCs, mostly towards Mac OS, following the China hacking attacks,” said another.

 
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