David Westerfield

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NSA Snooping: Nothing New Under the Sun… Yet Still Just as Concerning

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/06/us-usa-wiretaps-verizon-idUSBRE95502920130606 My, how easily we forget history. Even recent history. 2006 wasn’t that long ago, when an AT&T technician outed the National Security Agency’s program to install Narus data siphoning devices in the AT&T central offices. At the time Bush was president. Conservatives ignored all the noise about warrantless wiretaps from their political opponents and… Read More

Motorola NVG510: Flaky Security?

Apparently, after resetting the Motorola NVG510, it allows you right into the restricted areas without a password. Well, let me rephrase that in anecdotal terms. It let me in with no password. I was able to add NAT rules, change the wireless settings and number of other things. After a few minutes, it then locked me out… Read More