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Just in case you missed it, Iraqi insurgents used a $26 piece of shareware to snoop on video feeds from our drones which is a major security issue. But the good news is that this vulnerability actually extends to all military aircraft because the military didn't feel that video transmissions were worth encrypting.

Think about this: your order on this holiday season is far more secure than military video from aircraft in Iraq.

Totally awesome.

by Christopher Heiser on December 20 04:21

The Truth Hurts

AT&T says it's investing heavily in its network to support the dramatic increase in data traffic (and profits) stemming from the rising popularity of smartphones. In reality, they are spending less overall which explains the crappy service you get on your iPhone.

by Christopher Heiser on December 20 04:17

Ford and the Assembly Line

I was taught that Henry Ford created the assembly line, revolutionizing the way cars (and other industrial machines) were made. Turns out it was Ransom E. Olds after which the Oldsmobile was named. Go figure!

by Christopher Heiser on December 20 04:07
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