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The US Copyright office just published their 3 yearly update to the US copyright law and they have finally seen some sense and provided some exclusions for the DMCA. This is really big news as finally there is some consumer protection provided.
Citizens in the UK we can only hope for similar sanity at some point. Read on for the details of the exclusions.
There have been some very nasty certificate based vulnerabilities announced recently and these amount to an attacker being able to act as MITM (Man In The Middle) on pretty much any SSL conversation. All the attacker has to do is insert themselves somewhere in your traffic chain between you and your target web site.
As these vulnerabilities turn into real exploits, you should be really really really (got the picture?) careful what sites you log into and give your personal info to.
The Guardian has an article today with the proposed schedule for th Formula One Breakaway series, and it looks like a doozy with some great circuits on offer.The full FOTA 2010 schedule, as published in The Guardian, is as follows:7 March Buenos Aires Argentina Last hosted F1 in 199821 March Mexico City Mexico Last hosted F1 in 199211 April Jerez Spain Last hosted F1 in 1997 25 April Portimao Portugal Never hoste
The Self destruct Button was well and truly thumped last night when the deadline passed for unconditional entries into the 2010 Formula One series without all but one of the big teams being signed up for 2010.The FIA and FOTA have been wrangling for years about the commercial, political and technical management of Formula One. This has all come to a head recently, when FIA president, Max Mosley tried to enforce a budget cap on the teams.
Finally, a stable(ish) flight! On Sunday 8th, the UAV finally flew in a more or less stable flight in the AUTO1 position. This essentially means that the UAV controls attitude and takes directional input from the radio. The UAV interprets the RC signal and decides on the relevant bank and pitch angles. In the case of the testing this weekend, it was noted that the maximum bank and pitch angles were not sufficient to have full control of the plane. Additionally some roll oscillation was noted although given that the gyro is presently disconnected, this is not unexpected.
It's been a long time since an update on the UAV project has been forthcoming, so I thought it worth a quick post with progress.The RC radio is now re-modified so that operation of the mode switch is on the left. I fly mode 2 and it was not the smartest descision to put the mode switch over on the right of the radio.Test flights have shown that during the brief forays into AUTO1 (stabilised manual flight) showed a small roll oscillation and a violent nose down pitch. this issue is ongoing and is the cause of much head scratching. Telemetry data seems to show that the AHI is in a neutral
Yes, you heard it right. Researchers in Switzerland have developed some attacks targetted at capturing the Radio Frequency emmissions from keyboards and using the captured RF data to work out what keys the user pressed.Note that this attack is not against wireless keyboards, but is actually aimed at those USB and PS2 keyboards which we all use every day.