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February 2008

Vulnerabilities in Some Browsers

When it comes to vulnerabilities in some browsers, the solution stays the same: update your software, please. 🙂

Never Rely Upon Computers for Safety

Although it seems to be rather sensational to some that Princeton University points out that encryption keys don’t work under either Windows Vista og on the Apple Mac at their website http://citp.princeton.edu/memory/ there is absolutely nothing surprising in that.

What People Will Do…

Let me say it straight away. I didn’t like the clip on YouTube at first, but actually there is a good lesson in this.

27% of US SmartPhone Market

The Apple iPhone has already achieved a 27% market share in the US SmartPhone market in the 4th quarter of 2007. You can read about that here: http://www.roughlydrafted.com/2007/11/21/iphone-grabs-27-of-us-smartphone-market/

Greetings From a Happy Mac-User

Regular readers will have noticed that I do love Macs. Love IS a big word, and I’m not talking about the kind of love you have for your partner or your children. I am talking of the kind of elation you feel when you have spent many years trying to solve numerous problems on Windows-platforms, […]