Tracking Key, GPS tracking for your clandestine bag of gadgets

  • January 1st, 2008

GPS technology is becoming increasingly attainable by the average consumer. Decreasing prices have resulted in an increase in the number of portable GPS units on the road today. I recently picked up the entry level Garmin Nuvi 200W and find myself becoming increasingly dependent of the technology. Roughly one out of 10 vehicles I see […]

Do not download WordPress themes distributed by 3rd party sites

  • November 25th, 2007

Warning for new and existing WordPress users: DO NOT download WordPress themes from 3rd party "galleries". Identify the original source of the theme and download directly from the authors website. As WordPress – both hosted and self-hosted – continues to enjoy explosive growth, exposure to malicious activity and code will increase. Sadly, this applies to […]

Warning! Gmail users beware, fake upgrade emails

  • August 20th, 2007

UPDATE: According to a comment on digg, gmailupgrades.com has been taken down. Important FYI update for any Gmail users. If you receive the following email in your Gmail account, do not follow the embedded link. With the recent announcement of Google paid Google storage upgrades, the following phishing emails will undoubtedly become more and more […]

WordPress & Joomla theme users beware!

  • August 1st, 2007

Thanks to Milo for giving me the heads-up concerning the discomforting news which targets WordPress & Joomla users. Templates Browser is re-distributing public blog themes which are modified in such a way as to exploit the end user by inserting hidden spam or malware links. A quick search concerning the website pulls up the following […]

ClaimID to manage your online identity?

  • February 26th, 2006

How often do you drop your own name into an online search engine? Go ahead. Admit it. How many times per week do you query the online indexes in search of your name knowing full well that the results are probably no different from yesterday, last week, or last month [EgoSurf]? Your next potential employer […]