It’s been some time since no piece of WiFi hardware caught my attention (except for the Airport Express which also caught my $)… Today I found out about téliPhone while browsing through some stuff at one of the Camelot stores downtown. Tempting. Continue reading TéliPhone.ca – World wireless internet telephony service
“>”…the digital signature is a must for every organization”
“>”There is no other way to replace the hand-based signature in the electronic world (…)”
“>”(…) in some ways, the digital signature has a leg up on the more traditional paper-methods of doing business, methods that are easily tampered with.”
“Afraid an unauthorized someone is reading your personal e-mail? Then prevent it by encrypting your e-mail using a program such as PGP (Pretty Good Privacy).” – BTW, PGP is a commercial application supporting OpenPGP, but most of the article can be used to understand other tools too. Continue reading Popular Mechanics|Encrypting Your E-mail With PGP
No free lunches asks: “After giving up in disgust on layer 2 auth like *EAP/802.1x (which is a nightmare to configure properly and requires expensive access points and bleeding edge – flaky – firmware) I am considering controlling access to my wireless LAN (a small 50-user setup, with only one Linux user – me) using PPPoE, and would like to ask the Slashdot crowd their opinion.” Continue reading Slashdot | Securing 802.11b with PPPoE ?