Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by siljaline, Jan 28, 2014.
Thanks for this Most informative.
This tool demands access to YOUR ENTIRE DIGITAL LIFE. Is it from GCHQ? No - it's by IKEA
CIA chief says internet-connected appliances are ‘worrisome’ new threat
Keurig’s next generation of coffee machines will have DRM lockdown
Thank you. Now I know not to buy them.
Happy to help.
All you've ever wanted to know on Digital rights management but were afraid to ask.
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Kim Zetter (may) be followed on Twitter
Started doing that last year. Probably a month or so after the NSA files came out. For myself I use a black isolation tape with weak glue that doens't leave any residue. I consider this one of those few computer defenses that are always 100% reliable.
Did anyone mention Google wearables
Researchers' Google Glass Spyware Sees What You See
How do you DRM a thing like a coffee pod? | A brewing system lockdown may echo the tale of printers and ink cartridges.
Philips Smart TVs wide open to Gmail cookie theft, other serious hacks
Google tells Supreme Court it’s legal to packet sniff open Wi-Fi networks
David Kravets newly onboard at ARS (may) be followed on Twitter
DVR Infected with Bitcoin Mining Malware
Win32/Sality newest component: a router’s primary DNS changer named Win32/RBrute
“Internet of Things” is the new Windows XP—malware’s favorite target
Documents point to “Android TV,” Google’s latest bid for the living room
Is your car infested with spiders? Mazda has a software update for that
Nespresso “open-sources” coffee pod business under government pressure
How to turn a phone into a covert bugging device? Infect the printer
My Mother always kept the spam in the refrigerator.
i'll start worrying when the fridge starts looking at prOn.
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