Monthly Archives: July 2010

Suspect Developer Collect data through Wallpaper App

Lookout’s “App Genome Project” is an ongoing study of the millions of mobile applications available, the user data that they collect, and threats they present. During their research for the project, the team found a series of simple Wallpaper apps

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Check your privacy settings on Facebook

Using publicly available information on Facebook, a researcher has been able to gather personal details of nearly 170 million users of the service, or about a third of all users. The data includes names, addresses, e-mails, phone numbers, and birthdays:

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Robotic Exoskeleton

Rex, the robotic exoskeleton, aims to make wheelchairs obsolete By Vlad Savov posted Jul 15th 2010 2:58AM via Engadget. Repulsor rays, and boot jets not included

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PWN your own phone

The decision to allow the practice commonly known as “jailbreaking” is one of a handful of new exemptions from a 1998 federal law that prohibits people from bypassing technical measures that companies put on their products to prevent unauthorized uses.

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Tron 2.0 Trailer

The original movie was the FIRST movie I EVER saw in a theater. When I saw it I was TOTALLY entranced. Granted the Tron has not endured well over the years. And to watch it now is a little painful.

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Blackhacker.net Rebooted

Yes. I’m launching anyway, even with the cheese default header graphic. This is a total reboot. The posts and the comments from the old site are gone. I wonder what the statistic is for people relaunching their blogs? Anywho I’m

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