On Friday, a Monterey County woman was charged with wiretapping a police officer and possessing "illegal interception devices,” according to the Northern California District Attorney’s office. The District Attorney said that Kristin Nyunt, age 40, allegedly intercepted communications made by a police officer on his mobile phone.
Apple has today notified developers about some upcoming rules regarding App Store submission, via its developer news portal. From 1st February 2015, newly-submitted apps and updates must be built against Apple’s iOS 8 SDK. This is not particularly surprising: Apple required similar adoption of the iOS 7 SDK last year.
Build A Better Bitcoin Wallet: Security Researcher Calls For Developers To Use Safer ECDSA Operations> October 19th, 2014
One of the biggest fears of Bitcoin users is that one day they will wake up and find their virtual currency wallet emptied, signaling that someone, somehow, has managed to uncover the user’s private key. A Bitcoin private key is a secret number that acts as a kind of identifying “ticket,” allowing coins from the corresponding wallet to be spent.
Protecting any property is not just about getting quality locks but getting sound advice from a professional locksmith, advised non-profit organisation The Open Organisation for Lockpickers (TOOOL).
Babak Javadi, a founding member of TOOOL, said the market in the region was driven by demand for cheap locks, which resulted in products of low quality. He warned that one of the most popular lock brands in Malaysia could easily be opened by force with an Allen key.
Except for the 14.7-million-pixel display of Apple's new 5K Retina iMac, the machine is virtually the same as last year's model and sports an identical do-it-yourself repair score, according to iFixit.
iFixit, known for its teardowns of consumer electronics devices, took apart a 5K Retina iMac last week to gauge its repairability.
Kickstarter removed a fundraiser for a popular Tor-based router project on Friday afternoon.
The Anonabox, which was created by August Germar, of Chico, California, aimed to be an “open source embedded networking device designed specifically to run Tor.” Its fundraising goal was $7,500, and in five days, it raised $585,549 from nearly 9,000 backers—including three Ars editors.