Archive for January, 2011

LibreOffice 3.3 released

The first stable release of the free office suite is available for download The Document Foundation launches LibreOffice 3.3, the first stable release of the free office suite developed by the community. In less than four months, the number of developers hacking LibreOffice has grown from less than twenty in late September 2010, to well over one hundred today. This […]

January 25, 2011 · 0 comments · News & Announcements

Search leakage is not FUD

Lately I’ve been accused by some of spreading fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) by trying to let people know their search terms are being leaked to the sites they click on. I hope to address those concerns in this post. For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about: when you click on a link on the […]

January 25, 2011 · 1 comment · Commentary

Mozilla Leads the Way on Do Not Track

Earlier today, Mozilla announced plans to incorporate a Do Not Track feature into their next browser release, Firefox 4.1. Google also announced a new privacy extension today, but we believe that Mozilla is now taking a clear lead and building a practical way forward for people who want privacy when they browse the web. Why We Need Do Not Track […]

January 25, 2011 · 0 comments · Commentary
Pardus 2011 review

Pardus 2011 review

Pardus is a desktop-oriented Linux distribution with roots in the National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology (UEKAE), Turkey. This article is a review of Pardus 2011, the latest stable release, which was made available for download on January 20, 2011. Installation: Pardus 2011 is the first stable release (of Pardus) to feature the newly redesigned YALI, the Pardus installation […]

January 25, 2011 · 45 comments · pardus, Reviews

Ten Billion Bits of Entanglement Achieved in Silicon

Scientists from Oxford University have made a significant step towards an ultrafast quantum computer by successfully generating 10 billion bits of quantum entanglement in silicon for the first time — entanglement is the key ingredient that promises to make quantum computers far more powerful than conventional computing devices. The researchers used high magnetic fields and low temperatures to produce entanglement […]

January 22, 2011 · 1 comment · News & Announcements

Neuroprivilogy: The New Frontier of Cyber Crime

The first step of this discussion is defining a fancy term to help educate and describe this new phenomenon: Neuroprivilogy. As the name suggests Neuroprivilogy is constructed from the words neural (network) and privileged (access), and can be defined as the science of privileged access points’ networks. Using the neural network metaphor, an organization’s infrastructure is not flat, but instead, […]

January 21, 2011 · 1 comment · Commentary