Tools You Should Use to Communicate as Securely as the Experts

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Last week, a friend emailed me with a simple request for input: “Some friends of mine and I were talking about different options for encrypted emails and/or chat options. Social media is so public and easily accessed by anyone who knows how to hack, same with gmail or other email options. Since this is your area of […]

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Adding Pages Dynamically within a jQuery Mobile Project in PhoneGap

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Code’s towards the bottom if you can’t be buggered to read my ramblings. The Challenge: Add new “pages” (page divs) during execution in a mobile app. This was part of a project using jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap, and the information that I wanted to display wouldn’t be available until the app ran and was subject […]

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Twitter “hacked” aka a nice example of CSRF

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Today marked an interesting day in Twitter history: a learning opportunity for the masses.  If you use Twitter, you probably saw one of your friends issue a tweet like the following: Don’t Click: http://tinyurl.com/amgzs6   And, probably like many of the people out there, you clicked the link.  By the way, if you clicked the […]

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