Author: Chinmoy Kanjilal Google Profile for Chinmoy Kanjilal
Chinmoy Kanjilal is a FOSS enthusiast and evangelist. He is passionate about Android. Security exploits turn him on and he loves to tinker with computer networks. He rants occasionally at Techarraz.com. You can connect with him on Twitter @ckandroid.

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Although live only for six months, the verified apps system has earned Facebook a lifetime of notoriety. Facebook is yet to respond on this allegation, and I seriously hope the response be something substantial.

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Users of the Bitcoinica platform are suing Bitcoinica for $460,457.70 over lost Bitcoins. This includes the price of lost Bitcoins and other damages.

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The Gauss trojan names its modules after famous mathematicians like Gauss himself, Lagrange and Godel. The primary module which implements the data-stealing capabilities is called Gauss, and hence the name itself.

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The Internet Archive is embracing torrent technology to make thousands of legacy files available to users. The Internet Archive is good at what it does, and with this new distribution strategy, they will reach a much wider audience.

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The proprietary graphics driver released by Nvidia had a serious security flaw, and it was reported to Nvidia more than a month ago. However, Nvidia decided to ignore the vulnerability completely and did not act upon it until someone went public with it.

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The world of Linux has had this problem for years. Most people are not too helpful, and the kind of help you get is not very easy to follow either. But then, why does cursing Linux work?

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Recently, Netflix has decided to share one of its earliest cloud testing with the world, and what better way is there to share a piece of technology than open sourcing it?

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The music labels see a potential investment market in this business, and they do not want to let go of it so easily. Artists never have, and never will benefit from these copyright claims.

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This remodeling will go a long way towards clearing the stigma associated with torrent technology, as one that steals money from artists.

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The movement is done in style, and it is extremely appealing for geeks and Internet fans. The EFF has done a wonderful job protecting Internet users, though not many people know about them. The purpose of this league, is to engage more youngsters.

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Linux will prove to be a prospective platform for obvious reasons of openness. Although Valve is working on Steam for Ubuntu currently, they also have plans for other Linux distros in near future.

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With BrowserID, you are in control of your entire personal information and online behavioral data. Moreover, BrowserID will allow pseudonyms and multiple identities too.

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Dell has tried selling Linux based laptops earlier though every time, the laptops just vanished from their website without so much as a pop. However, this time, Dell seems serious about the Ultrabook, and things are off to a good start.

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The key from one device can be extracted, and can be used to intercept traffic from any other Cyberoam client. Cyberoam has not responded publicly on this matter.

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The most promising thing about NAVSOP is that it does not require a multi-billion dollar satellite cluster hovering over the sky. All the infrastructure required to run NAVSOP is already present in the form of various household and handheld equipment that emit identifiable waves.

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