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Mobile Geek.

McAfee's Failure of Trust

Running a website is hard. Let me clarify - setting up a website is dead simple - keeping it running and updated is tricky. Now, for some of us, it... [ shkspr.mobi ]

Review: The Tiny Cubox Computer

It's not often that you get to play with a computer which is smaller than its own plug! This is the Cubox from Solid-Run. An impossibly tiny PC whi... [ shkspr.mobi ]

Submitting (Trivial) Linux Kernel Patches

So, I've submitted my first patch to the Linux Kernel! It's trivial set of documentation improvements - mostly done so I could see if I've got ever... [ shkspr.mobi ]

The Unsecured State Part 3 - 2,000+ NHS Security Vulnerabilities (Disclosed)

This is part 3 of a series of blog posts looking at the security of the UK Government's web infrastructure. Britain's National Health Service is ri... [ shkspr.mobi ]

I Still Don't Want To Be Part of Your Fucking Ecosystem

One of the most popular blog posts I have written is called "I Don't Want To Be Part of Your Fucking Ecosystem". In it, I rant against service prov... [ shkspr.mobi ]

Another Google Privacy Flaw - Calendar Unexpectedly Leaks Private Information (Disclosed)

My wife likes to set reminders for herself in Google Calendar. Recently, she added a note to her personal Google Calendar reading "Email alice@exam... [ shkspr.mobi ]

Malicious Use of the HTML5 Vibrate API

There is a new API in town! HTML5 will (soon) let you make the user's device vibrate. What fun! Obviously, it's useful for triggering alerts, impro... [ shkspr.mobi ]