Is Apple's HomePod Always Listening to You? If you've ever had that uncanny moment where you mention a brand out loud and then see an ad for it on social media hours later, you may be a little suspicious any mics in earshot already. It's happened to me at least a half-dozen times, each time a different brand. Maybe it's coincidence! But even if the eavesdropping isn't happening, it certainly could happen. Facebook and Google and Amazon swear up and down they are not doing this, but it wouldn't be impossible. Apple, it's worth noting, is actually probably the least likely to do such a thing.
How to Transfer Magento Site From Localhost to Server After you have spent much time building a store by putting up your products in it, and configured the currency rate on your localhost, you are probably happy with the results. But now you want this store to get international popularity, and you want customers from all over the world. To achieve this, you have to upload your store on a live production server so that everyone can reach out to you. In this tutorial, I am going to do my best to help you transfer your store successfully to the live production server from your PC where no one really sees it except you Things to Check Before Beginning! First of all, you have to purchase a domain.
PRIVACY - How we protect you StartPage, and its sister search engine Ixquick, are the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches. Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database. Those searches reveal a shocking amount of personal information about you, such as your interests, family circumstances, political leanings, medical conditions, and more. This information is modern-day gold for marketers, government officials, black-hat hackers and criminals - all of whom would love to get their hands on your private search data.
EZBlocker – Spotify Ad Blocker / Eric Zhang [Xeroday] EZBlocker is a simple-to-use ad blocker for Spotify. The latest version of EZBlocker will attempt to block ads on Spotify from loading. If an ad does load, EZBlocker will mute Spotify until the ad is over. There are no fancy features, just pure ad blocking. Understanding and selecting authentication methods If you are serious about computer/network security, then you must have a solid understanding of authentication methods. Debra Littlejohn Shinder takes a moment to lay out the role authentication plays in a security plan. Computer/network security hinges on two very simple goals:Keeping unauthorized persons from gaining access to resourcesEnsuring that authorized persons can access the resources they needThere are a number of components involved in accomplishing these objectives. One way is to assign access permissions to resources that specify which users can or cannot access those resources and under what circumstances. (For example, you may want a specific user or group of users to have access when logged on from a computer that is physically on-site but not from a remote dial-up connection.) Access permissions, however, work only if you are able to verify the identity of the user who is attempting to access the resources.
Choose better passwords with the help of science August 30, 2017 11.32am BST For years, computer users have been told they should have complicated passwords, including numbers, punctuation marks and other symbols, and upper- and lowercase letters. Despite those being hard to remember, people were told not to write their passwords down, and forced to make up new ones quite frequently. Users dutifully complied – by capitalizing the first letter of their passwords, adding a “1” or their birth year, or perhaps ending their password with an exclamation point. Most people couldn’t actually remember lots of passwords without writing them down, so instead they reused a small number of passwords over and over again.
secure introspectable tunnels to localhost Getting Started Expose a local web server to the internet ngrok allows you to expose a web server running on your local machine to the internet. Just tell ngrok what port your web server is listening on. If you don't know what port your web server is listening on, it's probably port 80, the default for HTTP. Example: Expose a web server on port 80 of your local machine to the internet
GNU Privacy Guard GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) is a GPL Licensed alternative to the PGP suite of cryptographic software. GnuPG is compliant with RFC 4880, which is the current IETF standards track specification of OpenPGP. Current versions of PGP (and Veridis' Filecrypt) are interoperable with GnuPG and other OpenPGP-compliant systems. GnuPG is a part of the Free Software Foundation's GNU software project, and has received major funding from the German government. §History GnuPG is a system compliant to the OpenPGP standard, thus the history of OpenPGP is of importance; it was designed to interoperate with PGP, the email encryption program initially designed and developed by Phil Zimmermann.
Doxygen: Main Page Generate documentation from source code Doxygen is the de facto standard tool for generating documentation from annotated C++ sources, but it also supports other popular programming languages such as C, Objective-C, C#, PHP, Java, Python, IDL (Corba, Microsoft, and UNO/OpenOffice flavors), Fortran, VHDL, Tcl, and to some extent D. Doxygen can help you in three ways: It can generate an on-line documentation browser (in HTML) and/or an off-line reference manual (in ) from a set of documented source files. There is also support for generating output in RTF (MS-Word), PostScript, hyperlinked PDF, compressed HTML, and Unix man pages. The documentation is extracted directly from the sources, which makes it much easier to keep the documentation consistent with the source code.
How Secure Is My Password? Entries are 100% secure and not stored in any way or shared with anyone. Period. As Seen On Edward Snowden’s new app turns any Android phone into a surveillance system NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden is among the backers of a new surveillance app that helps guard against computer hijackings. Haven is an open source app that will run on any Android phone, particularly inexpensive and older devices. It operates like a surveillance system, using the device’s camera, audio recording capability and even accelerometer to detect movement and notify a user. The idea is that, even with the best encryption in the world, a device is vulnerability to physical, in-person tampering — also known as “evil maid” because literally a hotel maid could access it. The app was developed by The Guardian Project, Freedom Of The Press and Snowden to offer eyes and ears to prevent, or at least increase awareness, of whether a device has been tampered with. So, for example, you’d set up a burner Android device in a hotel safe alongside your laptop.
Set up a blazing fast Magento 2 development environment in less than 10 minutes Running multiple Magento 2 development environments is hard. You have to check out the code, install Magento and end up with a very slow environment. Have you tried a VM? Too slow! TrueCrypt, the final release, archive Yes . . . TrueCrypt is still safe to use. Google is generating a false-positive alert Recent attempts to download the TrueCrypt files here, using Chrome or Firefox (Mozilla uses Google's technology), have been generating false-positive malware infection warnings. They must be false-positives because no change has been made to the files since this page was put up nearly a year ago (May 29th, 2014) and many people have confirmed that the downloaded binaries have not changed and that their cryptographic hashes still match.