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- Password Rules Are Bullshit – and users are, too, apparently.
- SeaMonkey, Thunderbird to join forces after Firexit? – the best chance of SeaMonkey to get lots of users is to try to support as many of the old extensions as possible, as Firefox drops their support. I am currently getting used to Vivaldi, but I would prefer something entirely open source.
- Even Cybercriminals Get Spammed – I am not (yet (?)) a cybercriminal (I hope), but I still get spammed via XMPP. Why? Why would anyone send spam messages through XMPP? Most XMPP users should usually be sufficiently intelligent to not fall for it.
- Your post advocates an approach to fighting spam. Your idea will not work. Here is why it won't work. – Specifically, your plan fails to account for ( ) Outlook.
- Government of Indian State Fully Adopts FOSS in Schools; Saves $45M – meanwhile Munich returns to Microsoft.
- A modern, browser-based frontend to gdb (via)
- Interactive cli tool for HTTP inspection (via)
- History of the browser user-agent string
- Run color blindness tests on your websites
- Smaller Windows updates thanks to differential packages – Microsoft invents patches. Wow. They should file a patent for this idea.
- CrossOver Android Preview – Released August 25, 2016 the CrossOver Android preview will let you run Windows software on Intel-based Chromebooks and Android tablets.