Posts Tagged ‘New Jersey’
GPS Okayed to Find Cheaters
Last Updated on Monday, 11 July 2011 05:25 Written by baldalbino Monday, 11 July 2011 02:00
Do you have trouble following your loved ones to see where they are going? Are you a little bit controlling? Do you often wonder where your significant other is?
In 2007, sheriff’s officer Kenneth Villanova sued a private detective by the name of Richard Leonard. The detective had been hired by the officer’s wife. Leonard seemed to be having issues keeping tabs on the officer and suggested to Mrs. Villanova that she hide a GPS system in the glove box of Yukon Denali that the couple shared.
Iran Accused in Cyber Attack
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:41 Written by baldalbino Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:30
Iran has recently been accused of another cyber-attack. This time the targets were plentiful as Google, Mozilla, Yahoo and Skype all had threats posed against them, according to Time magazine. Thankfully, these companies cyber-defenses were up to the challenge and thwarted any attack. If successful, the attacks could have left the websites open to false imitating by the hackers.
The claim is backed by a New Jersey company, Comodo Group, that states that it sold digital authentication certificates guaranteeing that a website is for real using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. The Comodo Group states that it did set up nine websites using this service only to find out that the websites were false and has pulled the websites from use. Read more after the break. Read more: Iran Accused in Cyber Attack
Facebook-The New Stalker’s Outlet?
Last Updated on Monday, 28 February 2011 06:59 Written by baldalbino Saturday, 15 January 2011 04:00
Facebook stalking has long been laughed at by many in the social eye. The idea that someone is infatuated enough with another person to constantly check that person’s status. Well, it just got real! Read more: Facebook-The New Stalker’s Outlet?