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Information Security Expert

In depth experience in banking / retail transaction technology, with focus on devices, multi-tier architecture, and security (PCI, ISO stds).

Long term software designer, with periodic stints in systems administration (Solaris, Linux) and infrastructure troubleshooting (Windows, Solaris, Linux).

Specialties:

Strategic Planning, Problem Solving, Change Management, IT Governance/Audit, Product Development, Infrastructure Hardening

Long term research:

  • Information Security policy: staff use, compliance, governance, legislation, privacy, and disclosure
  • trend analysis: IT corporate, office productivity software, mobility, encryption, and biometrics.
  • Mozilla Firefox (browser): development, end-user support, testing, and cross-platform (Windows, Linux)
  • Mozilla Thunderbird (email), Mozilla Lightning (calendar): development, end-user support, testing, and cross-platform (Windows, Linux); libical / calsify library code; RFC 5545 (iCalendar) and RFC 5546 (iTIP) standards
  • Apache OpenOffice / LibreOffice, Open Document Format (ODF): development, end-user support, testing, and cross platform (Windows, Linux)

Oct
6
comment 3G Modem sim on my Nexus S
Are you asking how to normally setup an Android device as a WiFi hot-spot ("tethering"), OR how to achieve this with the SIM card you using?
Oct
6
comment 3G Modem sim on my Nexus S
4.1.x would be Jelly Bean, not Ice Cream Sandwich.
Oct
6
comment How do i recover my data on a Galaxy Tab after a factory reset?
If everything could just be easily recovered after a data wipe/factory reset, that same data would be available to the finder (possessor) or any lost/stolen tablet (or smart-phone). That said, there are forensic tools out there (if you can gain access to them) which may be able to recover ALL recent data and history.
Oct
5
revised Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
added extra tags
Oct
5
comment Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
This is also an Ubuntu / device issue.
Oct
5
suggested suggested edit on Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
Oct
5
comment Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
This is the classic push/pull issue with FTP. If you copy files to your PC (push), it does not trust the source (and replaces the time/date stamps). If you copy files from the device (pull), your PC has control and retains the time/date stamps. The same issue occurs when FTP copying between two Ubuntu hosts, using Nautilus. If you can configure settings, you can overcome this.
Oct
2
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Oct
2
comment Trouble with Wi-Fi on GSM Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Bean
Strongly recommend looking at: android.stackexchange.com/questions/29291/…
Oct
2
comment Samsung Galaxy S3 Wi-Fi problems
Strongly recommend looking at: android.stackexchange.com/questions/29291/…
Sep
30
answered Does Bluetooth tethering not work, or am I doing it wrong?
Sep
29
comment Flash support for Jellybean (4.1)
Guide can be found here: androidauthority.com/… and here: forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1774336
Sep
29
comment USSD attack official notification
Look at Full Disclosure for HTC response to such issues. eg. seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2012/Aug/100
Sep
29
comment Samsung S3: avoid automatic screen lock
With some types of 'touch' technology, there could be hardware support to 'wake-up' on any activity. But this would be susceptible to false triggers (wake-up in pocket, etc.) Many of the 1st/2nd generation smart phones did this. And their battery life was v. poor.
Sep
29
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Sep
29
comment Phone is finding every wireless access point except mine!
@phunehehe: Add as answer (not just comment)
Sep
29
comment Samsung S3: avoid automatic screen lock
@Sachin: You could post that as possible solution / explanation.
Sep
29
comment Samsung S3: avoid automatic screen lock
Which Android version? (in case relevant)
Sep
29
answered HTC Clock widget takes 2-3 seconds to update after unlock
Sep
29
comment How to offload browser audio links to background player for continued listening.
Is this a browse 'feature'? Or, part of the 'design document' for Android app. design? It seems odd that both browser and reader app. have the same issue.