Posts tagged ‘open source

Android + Windows. A driver nightmare.

FWUL ([F]orget [W]indows [U]se [L]inux) Do you have ever thought: “Windows is not detecting my Android phone.. Why????!” or do you just wanna support someone which is using Windows and having that issue? … of course you have re-installed the drivers of your phone’s vendor. … of course you have re-downloaded the newest one from […]

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GPS tracking with splunk> ?

splunk> (splunk.com) has the option to graph geographic data on a map with GPS data. When you want to use splunk> to trace your route it is not possible out of the box but you can use some CSS and JS magic to do that part, too. I use GPS tracking devices in all my […]

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Google Talk / GTalk is dead – long live Gtalk?

Google stated that their Google Talk will be replaced by Google Hangouts. Like Gtalk Hangouts is also (partly) based on XMPP which is a free and very well tested standard. As a first real consequence of that statement the Google Talk app for Windows has been deprecated as of February 23, 2015. But the GTalk […]

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Social engineering for the masses

There are several tools out there which can be used to identify “human threats”. All of them should be used by permission only (check that with your local lawyer, too) and can help to secure your company. You will always need security knowledge and practical experience when using those tools so do not hesitate to […]

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