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Google+ App for BlackBerry

Google+ App for BlackBerry

Google Plus for BlackBerry applications are now available on BlackBerry App World. Google + , the more the application is ready to use on your BlackBerry, and you can download Google applications and the BlackBerry BlackBerry App World. Google applications are free and BlackBerry App World. So you can google with BlackBerry Messenger, plus [...]

Javascript-based PC emulator, running GNU/Linux

Javascript-based PC emulator, running GNU/Linux

Fabrice Bellard has written a 32 bit x86 emulator in Javascript -- in plain English, he's created a virtual PC that runs inside your browser, using Javascript. And then (of course), he created a GNU/Linux variant that can run inside it -- so you can run a full-featured PC inside your browser. It's a pretty fabulous hack and has far-reaching [...]

Cellebrite Cell Phone Extraction Device

Cellebrite Cell Phone Extraction Device

We had to see for ourselves just how much data could be extracted, so we acquired a software program called Lantern from Katana Forensics, which was recently detailed on the tech blog Gizmodo. Although Lantern is not the same software Cellebrite uses, its a similar law-enforcement-grade data extraction application, which can nab surprising amounts [...]

iOS devices secretly log and retain record of every place you go, transfer to your PC and subsequent devices

iOS devices secretly log and retain record of every place you go, transfer to your PC and subsequent devices

Security researchers presenting at the Where 2.0 conference have revealed a hidden, secret iOS file that keeps a record of everywhere you've been. The record is synched to your PC and subsequently resynched to your other mobile devices. The file is not transmitted to Apple, but constitutes a substantial privacy breach if your PC or mobile [...]

The push-button tool being used to shut down Visa, MasterCard, and other sites

The push-button tool being used to shut down Visa, MasterCard, and other sites

Terrific piece by Joel Johnson from Gizmodo about the software tool being used to take down MasterCard, Visa, and Sarah Palin's websites. LOIC ("Low Orbit Ion Cannon") is an application developed by 4Chan-affiliated hackers designed to--when used en masse by thousands of anonymous users--launch Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on [...]