Since I’m not a huge fan of SSL bumping, I decided to uninstall AdGuard on my mac. Unfortunately, the process described by the authors leaves an unwanted artifact. Continue reading “AdGuard keeps Personal CA after uninstall”
One of our companies recently started offering its services on a popular job posting site – freelancer.com. Unfortunately, the most recent experience we had with their portal calls for some extra precautions down the road. Continue reading “How to scam employees on Freelancer.com”
A friend of mine recently moved from EU to US and tried to log into his Amazon account. What happened afterwards could only be described as a comedy of errors on their behalf. Continue reading “How Amazon Helps The Scammers Thrive”
Over the past few decades, technological advances took our everyday life by a storm. As computers become smaller and cheaper to manufacture, we find ourselves increasingly dependent on software applications – even in the most unexpected life areas. This trend will continue – while new discoveries push the frontier of miniaturization, more branches of science will soon recognize and take advantage of this breakthrough approach. Continue reading “Psychological Aspects of IT Management”
It was a cold autumn night, 10th of November 1619, when young René Descartes in his nightmares encountered an evil demon of deception for the very first time.
This article serves as a (regularly updated) reference point that lists all the TV shows I found entertaining over the past few years. They are grouped based on the length of a single episode. The ones in bold I was particularly fond of. Continue reading “Television Extraordinaire”