* Posts by FrogInABlender

12 posts • joined 10 Jun 2013

Intel and Micron's XPoint: Is it PCM? We think it is

FrogInABlender

quod erat demonstrandum !

Hacking Trump: Can we not label web vandalism as 'terrorism', please?

FrogInABlender

Thanks ... well said.

Magnet-wobble wireless charging system dishes out a respectable 10 kW

FrogInABlender

That would be the "University of British California" not "University of Columbia" ?!

Flash zero-day monster Angler dominates exploit kit crime market

FrogInABlender

Typo ?

"growing from exploding a quarter" => "exploiting" ?

China hacks 'everything that doesn't move' says Hilary Clinton

FrogInABlender

Perhaps she can ask the Chinese for copies of her emails 'lost' from her personal email server while she was SecState ?!

Protecting users against advanced threats and the human factor

FrogInABlender

What are the dates/times ?

(June 18 is past)

Heads up! If Tor VANISHES over the weekend, this is why

FrogInABlender

Thanks to whoever wrote this text.

Very clear and intelligently targeted.

This care implies base level of trust in the competence of all their moral & technical modelling & interpreting.

Tragedy strikes Vulture News Central but details remain scrambled

FrogInABlender

Dous this skit meet with Mr Dobbs's eggspectations ?!

How HAPPY am I on a scale of 1 to 10? Where do I click PISSED OFF?

FrogInABlender

Thanks for all the lovely language.

I've never been disappointed with your ' column'.

JB (Montreal)

The Reg's desert XP-ocalypse aversion plan revealed

FrogInABlender

Final Few Bits

Three of my faves were mentioned once (no comment):

= Bitvise SSH

= Recuva (esp for remotes admin)

= Everything (Filename keyword finder)

Several tools I use regularly have no other entries so far:

> StalledPrinterRepair (clears print spooler)

> Cleanmem (for low RAM PCs)

> CAlibre (ereader reformat & database)

> Mozbackup (for FF)

> Xplorer2 lite (dual pane viewer) ... esp useful for selective low-tech backup

> MoffSoft FreeCalc

Thanks for doing this ... it's been helpful to me both for new utilities & confirmation of my existing toolkit. (Probably also pretty useful for the target community !)

Best regards to the whole team.

JimBob (Montréal)

Have you reinstalled Windows yet? No, I just want to PRINT THIS DAMN PAGE

FrogInABlender

Stalled Printer Repair (always 1st test for this problem)

http://www.fantasticfreeware.com/?s=stalled+printer

Hacker who helped find Steubenville rapists threatened with decade in prison

FrogInABlender

Re: How ironic

I have been aware of this type of "cooperation" between Canada & USA since 1982. It amounts to a "back-channel" request by one party to have the other make a "challenge" request for a "person-of-interest" ... the 2nd ("challenge") request is the 1st official request & seems to originate from outside the jurisdiction that is "blocked" from wiretapping or whatever by lack of sufficient evidence of probable criminality. Having the request come in apparent good faith from a "friendly country" carries with it the ASSUMPTION that the (seeming) originator DOES have sufficient evidence to make the request ... and off we go !

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