Infamous “podcasting patent” knocked out

The Electronic Frontiers Foundation managed to kill the “Podcasting Patent”.

via Ars Technica about the Infamous “podcasting patent” knocked out

San Francisco – Day Three

Still jet lagged. Woke up at 4, talked to Germany at 5, did some work at 6, left the Hotel at 7, saw a man in a panda costume before 8.

San Francisco – Day Two

More impressions from San Francisco. Day Two. All from the car, between appointments and meetings, with my iPhone.

l+f: SSL-Zertifikat durch Zeitreise frisch halten

Die kreative Idee des Tages kommt von manjaro Linux. Die Entwickler schlagen vor, die Warnung bezüglich des abgelaufenen Serverzertifikates zu beheben, indem man die lokale Systemzeit anpasst.

Als ob das System Zertifikate und CAs nicht auch so schon problembehaftet genug wäre, soll man jetzt auch noch per root die Systemzeit ändern. m(

via heise open.

Chip Fingerprinting Scheme Could Secure IoT Devices Against Malware

Chip Fingerprinting Scheme Could Secure IoT Devices Against Malware.

Security in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT) is an area that is expanding, along with the growth of IoT itself. Fingerprinting schemes are an approach that didn’t go along with malware prevention in traditional computing, but IoT use cases may benefit from a combination.

via IEEE Spectrum.