Sep 08 2018

Annoying Chromecast Audio Issues

Published by under Android

For a quite a while I’ve been having annoying audio issues with Google Chromecast where the audio disappeared shortly for 2-3 seconds and came back again. Typical this usually occurred every once a while and by random. So a bit hard to put the finger on what the issue was and as well this was […]

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Apr 15 2018

Confirmed Third Party Data Sharing by PayPal

Published by under GDPR,Privacy

PayPal has come clean and published a list of with whom they might share your personal data with, and its whopping list which includes over 600 companies. With the enforcement date set to the 25 of May for the EU GDPR I’m looking forward to see more companies coming clean on this topic and as […]

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Aug 16 2017

So We’ve Moved!

Published by under Updates

We’ve been thinking of consolidating the various sites into one single, which we now have done under and as well taking the step to publish new material moving forward in English only instead of Swedish. This means that all Swedish articles and downloads have been taken down for the moment but the idea is […]

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Jul 16 2017

Smartphone almost replacing the PC?

Published by under Android

A while ago I stumbled over that Intel has launched a piece of new technology which the names Intel Compute Card which provided a low-end PC in a credit card format which is intended to be used as an industrial component. As Intel describes the technology themselves is that the Intel Compute Card has all the […]

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Jun 28 2011

Draft of COBIT 5 has been published!

Published by under Framework

The IT Governance Institute (ITGI) and ISACA have published the draft of the forthcoming version of Cobit 5 (COBIT 5: Framework & COBIT 5: Process Reference Guide). Above all, the focus has been on increased clarity, benefits, driving forces and opportunities. Furthermore, a proper review of mapping between domains and processes has been conducted to […]

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Mar 02 2011

How secure are the smart phones?

Published by under Android,Security

Somewhere between all the different activities that fill up a normal week, it is only acknowledging there is no time for everything and it will be a priority. Among all these different priorities there has been the purchase of a new mobile phone and it is only to admit that new technology is not always […]

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Feb 18 2010

I’m a Twitter – Please Rob Me!

Published by under Privacy,Security

Social media is today something most people use in one form or another; If it’s blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or whatever it may be. The discussion about personal integrity goes back and forth and culminated earlier around Swedish FRA and whether the government at all has the right to scan e-mail for information to protect […]

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Feb 12 2010

Is the cloud the emperor’s new clothes?

Published by under IT Management

An article on criticizes that “The Cloud is like the emperor’s new clothes”. What is actually criticized; delivery of quality or inadequate procurement process? What the criticism really is about is that many companies are actually extremely poor in the procurement of services and gladly hand over responsibility for managing risk and security to […]

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Feb 03 2010

Sitic moved over to MSB

Published by under Security

The fact that the Swedish FRA, the National Defence Radio Establishment, is the Swedish national authority for Signals Intelligence isn’t taking over the Swedish IT incident centre, Sitic, can only be seen as something positive as this authority would very quickly just end up in negative discussion as its primary objectives which are to monitoring […]

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Nov 08 2009

ThinkVantage Password Manager update for Firefox

Published by under Security

After waiting a long time for Lenovo to update the ThinkVantage Password Manager for Firefox v3.0 +, the only option seems to set itself down and adjust the extension to make it work. Until Lenovo itself publish its own update – an updated version of ThinkVantage Password Manager v2.0 is available and can be downloaded […]

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