Shock horror! A major internet search engine is used to find information on the internet! Who would have thought it? Seriously, if you're using the Daily Fail as a source of information, you're doing journalism wrong.
10 posts • joined 28 May 2008
Actually, the list of CAs still using some MD5-signed certificates is easily found in the pdf of the talk on the CCC website: RapidSSL (who issued 97% of the MD5-using certificates the team found), FreeSSL, TrustCenter, RSA Data Security, Thawte, verisign.co.jp
The issue with Paul Flynn was that his blog was publically funded, and that in making use of that funding one "must not seek to compare the member's party favourably with another, promote one party at the expense of another or seek to undermine the reputation of political opponents". Sounds fair enough to me; he shouldn't be using money intended to increase public engagement with Parliament to make fun of other politicians.
1) Used to work fine on my mobile phone (IE on Windows Mobile); now looks rubbish - after every group of 3 stories there's a huge amount of white space, to start with, and the horizontal alignment on the main page jumps about (some things appear left-aligned, some things right-aligned).
2) Comments box: using Firefox 3.0.2 under Ubuntu I have to click on the left half of the "title" box - at the left half I get the normal text caret cursor, but when the cursor is over the right half it doesn't think it's a text box!
3) Fixed width = epic fail. It's bad enough on my laptop at the moment, but I shudder to think how it'll look on my widescreen monitor tomorrow. The whole point of good web design is that your website should look good regardless of resolution/screen size, font size etc etc.
4) The new comment icons are horrible. Where are Paris and Steve?
I actually quite like the new appearance. I just wish you'd tested it a bit more before pushing it out.
WEP may be insecure, but I've had no-one hack into my network in the few years I've had (have some old non-WPA-able kit). Maybe this is because everyone will just go for the actually insecure network a door or two along from me.
Has anyone here actually hacked into a WEP-protected network? I know it's trivial to crack in theory, but have never tried it myself.
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