Blessing of Health Wearables

Sorry I got confused the time with my Sleep Index - just one more excuse
Blessing of Health Wearables

Interesting Find #25

Continuing the Interesting Find series. Here are the things I was intrigued by:

  1.  “Honey Encryption” – A new approach to encryption beats attackers by presenting them with fake data.
  2. Securing the Smart Home, from Toasters to Toilets – It is afterall the era of BigData and Internet of Things (IoT).
  3. Bizarre attack infects Linksys routers with self-replicating malware.
  4. Bing Code Search for C# – right from within Visual Studio – a boon for the lazy developers (yay!). Better beef up your Legal teams as well – how will one control IP violations at the code level – not quite sure.
  5. Visualisation of data is not only about ‘prettying up’ your BI reports, but it can actually also save lifes!
  6. Oakland the city that told Google to bugger away! Is this the start of a revolt?
  7. If you shop at Tesco.com and also have a Clubcard then you were aware that they were hacked? What is hilarious, and, very poor the way they handled this and the lack of understanding. Want to see a glimpse of that? See this Twitter conversation.
  8. You like Pineapples? You can eat one; and you can also use one to break website security – very easily! Scary stuff.
  9. Microsoft MS-DOS/Word Source Code Gems – just awesome comments!
  10. Raspberry Pi car computer – enough said!
  11. Absolutely fascinating! Most Sophisticated #Android bootkit malware ever detected; Infected Millions #Security