Data from the Android apps for Facebook, Twitter or Google Calendar over the Internet are sent are not encrypted, discovered an American professor. Using Android social apps at public WiFi hotspots is a risk.

It was found that the social-networking apps sending unsecured data. It is still not known whether it Twitter just go to the official client or any apps that use the Twitter API. In the case of Twitter meant the lack of encryption that all tweets sent could be viewed, in private messages that would be a privacy issue could bring. Because Twitter uses OAuth login information was impossible to find.

It is unclear whether that Facebook can do, that app uses at least no OAuth. Google Calendar also be synchronized data without encryption, Gmail and Google Voice data were encrypted it again. The lack of a secure connection that allows data to public WiFi hotspots can be intercepted. There is also the danger of man in the middle attacks.

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Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office is now available to all. DocVerse was a software which was Microsoft Office files sharing site developed by a company, which was acquired by Google on March 5, 2010. DocVerse was improved upon and re-launched as Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office.

You can share, backup, and simultaneously edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents with coworkers.

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I have a Pavillion HP desktop with Win XP Pro and I was thinking to upgrade or fresh installation to Windows 7. But by doing so, I am afraid that my apps will not work on the Windows 7 platform. Some of the applications that I’d like them to work on Win 7 are Quicken 2009, Photoshop 6, and DMX.

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I have installed windows 7 home premium 64 bit on a acer aspire 7520-5757 laptop and have a problem with the co-processor in the device manager and can’t seem to make the web cam work.

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some information on windows 7 as i have to give a presentation next week. Information like difference between Windows 7 & Vista, XP, performance, backup method, recovery from system failure, new inbuilt applications and device drivers, NTFS version, boot process. What all extra points I can add so that I can make the presentation better and prove that Windows 7 is better than vista and others.

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I’ve read some previous solutions, but none of them have worked for me. I’m looking for an answer file that’ll prompt for a machine name and then join it to a domain. I’ve tried about 8 or 9 other solutions, but none of them have worked. My answer file does everything I need it to do, but add the computer to the domain. the following is an excerpt from my answer file. I’ve left out the stuff that actually works:

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SCC

Password Username

SCC
CN=Computers,DC=scc,DC=spokane,DC=cc,DC=wa,DC=us

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false

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Windows 7 sysprep answer file

by admin on February 24, 2011 · 1 comment

in windows

I’m in a bind and looking for help. I’ve having no luck creating a viable unattend.xml answer file for my Windows 7 Enterprise image creation. I have 500+ laptops to image and I just need a file that will do the following…..

create a local admin user account
add the laptop to my domain
set the display to 1024×768
set time zone to eastern time

Does anyone have a simple xml file that I can modify to accomplish this? This was a LOT easier in XP Pro!!

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