Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Scanner Crashing Computer When Plugged Into USB 3.0 Port (Fujitsu Scansnap)

If you have a usb scanner that causes a computer to crash (and I have even seen them prevent the computer from booting) try plugging it into a USB 2.0 port. This should resolve the problem.

Google Fiber Might Be Coming To Atlanta!


As seen on the Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts mailing list:


https://fiber.google.com/newcities/


https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/11785877

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/14348109

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/14411648

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/25071454

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/20878588

No official announcement yet, but the rumor is that they're going to Brookhaven and Smyrna.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

5,000,000 Gmail Passwords Hacked

Wondering if your gmail password was hacked? Download the complete list, rather than checking on isleaked.com (which might be a phishing site):

https://mega.co.nz/#!5FphCSiY!geIPHZauErsJqXYWq4u_5b5ta9-CrWqpJY58yiqwJeY

Here's the original post:
https://forum.btcsec.com/index.php?/topic/9426-gmail-meniai-parol/

Translation:
Number of records:4929090 update: 2014

 

At the base of> 60% of valid passwords

 

 

Downloadgoogle_5000000.7z

 

Here is lined full database without a password, only for personal checks, do not hit if your mailbox in it.

So it appears that it was already leaked elsewhere, and this was not the original leaker, but was the first public leak.

#tvskit #hacked #gmail #isleaked

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Atlanta's endless concrete jungle

I wonder what is the furthest distance that one can drive in the greater Atlanta area by staying in parking lots. I would imagine its about a mile or so, with the endless strip malls that congeal into one giant megamall.

#suburban #wasteland #concretejungle

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Google Emu Messenger Download

Here is version 1.0b4 of the "Emu Messenger" A.I based text-messaging app before being purchased by Google. I expect it will be subsequent;y infected by the Google+ virus. The filename is is.emu.chat-3a404b3e9dc06b1c5c22a3f404a03c10.apk

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_myiKjl8zhZcDhrZlNoUEEyVTA/edit?usp=sharing

Media coverage:

Here is the virustotal virus scan result of the above file:

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/d77107ae009c234e2d171a282c1b464716bdc780412ad0a3081e89a2020cadf9/analysis/


Wednesday, April 9, 2014

OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerable Server Testing

It seems that the OpenSSL heartbeat vulnerability (heartbleed) has not caused that many issues so far, and many servers are patched already. I believe there's a lot of hype behind it. However, time will tell if it causes any impact. Also we may never know what exactly is leaked, we can only know that a hack was attempted by using snort or another IDS/IPS. The version command doesn't really say if you're running 1.0.1[a-f], but it's safe to say that if your version is 1.0.1.[anything] and it's timestamp is older than April 2014, then that version is vulnerable.

These services may be vulnerable:
Any service that runs OpenSSL and uses the STARTTLS method
The TOR client
SMTPS
IMAPS
Android OS
Postgres database
The Salt Stack cluster execution manager


Here's the original vulnerability:
https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2014-0160

Here's the OpenSSL patch to the vulnerable portion of code:
https://github.com/openssl/openssl/commit/731f431497f463f3a2a97236fe0187b11c44aead

Here's a google search for all mentions of heartbeat (but not heartbleed) under github.com/openssl:
https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Agithub.com%2Fopenssl+heartbeat&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

This is a search of github.com for heartbleed:
https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&q=site%3Agithub.com+heartbleed&oq=site%3Agithub.com+heartbleed

Here is a quick tool in Python to test for the vulnerability,
http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/32745/

There's a great writeup at heartbleed.com which goes into detail about the issue. To quote their website:
We have tested some of our own services from attacker's perspective. We attacked ourselves from outside, without leaving a trace. Without using any privileged information or credentials we were able steal from ourselves the secret keys used for our X.509 certificates, user names and passwords, instant messages, emails and business critical documents and communication.
There is a metasploit script available for use:

https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/tree/master/modules/auxiliary/scanner/ssl

You can type this OpenSSL command (tested with gnuwin32 openssl binary version 1.0.1.6, dated 1/14/2014). By the way, this version does not have the -tlsextdebug parameter, perhaps it was compiled by the gnuwin32 team without this option.

s_client -connect a23-75-248-141.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com:443 -debug -state

Once connected type B and you'll see on a vulnerable host and you won't be disconnected:


B
HEARTBEATING
write to 0x801c17160 [0x801cbc003] (66 bytes => 66 (0x42))
0000 - 18 03 03 00 3d 8f 6f 3c-52 11 83 20 9c a2 c0 49   ....=.o 5 (0x5))
0000 - 18 03 03 00 3d    ....=
read from 0x801c17160 [0x801cb7008] (61 bytes => 61 (0x3D))
0000 - 05 4d f5 c0 db 96 d1 f5-c7 07 e5 17 1f 3b 48 34   .M...........;H4
0010 - 6e 11 9d ba 10 0c 3a 34-eb 7b a5 7c c4 b6 c0 c0   n.....:4.{.|....
0020 - b0 75 0e fe b7 fa 9e 04-e9 4e 4a 7d 51 d3 11 1f   .u.......NJ}Q...
0030 - e2 23 16 77 cb a6 e1 8e-77 84 2b f8 7f    .#.w....w.+..
read R BLOCK


You will get a heartbeat response that looks similar to this one.


On a patched host, you will see a response similar to below and you'll be disconnected:

Enter B

HEARTBEATING
write to 0x801818160 [0x8019d5803] (101 bytes => 101 (0x65))
0000 - 18 03 03 00 60 9c a3 1e-fc 3b 3f 1f 0e 3a fe 4c   ....`....;?..:.L
0010 - a9 33 08 cc 3d 43 54 75-44 7d 2c 7b f3 47 b9 56   .3..=CTuD},{.G.V
0020 - 89 37 c1 43 1c 80 7b 87-66 ff cb 55 5f 8d 1a 95   .7.C..{.f..U_...
0030 - 1b 4c 65 14 21 a1 95 ac-7a 70 79 fc cc a0 cf 51   .Le.!...zpy....Q
0040 - 0f 7e c5 56 14 c8 37 c1-40 0b b8 cb 43 96 8a e6   .~.V..7.@...C...
0050 - 21 42 64 58 62 15 fb 51-82 e6 7f ef 21 1b 6f 87   !BdXb..Q....!.o.
0060 - b9 c2 04 c8 47    ....G



Here's my source for the OpenSSL s_client command above:

https://blog.ipredator.se/2014/04/how-to-test-if-your-openssl-heartbleeds.html

There's also these tools:

https://github.com/titanous/heartbleeder

Web based:
http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/

Test results of Alex top 1000 websites:
https://github.com/musalbas/heartbleed-masstest

Conspiracy Theory Mode
Perhaps NSA introduced this bug into OpenSSL to be able to crack users of The Onion Router?
/Conspiracy Theory Mode

Update: Here's another tool which is supposedly more accurate:
http://possible.lv/tools/hb/

Update (10:37pm est 2014/04/09)
Packetstorm's files related to the vulnerability:
http://packetstormsecurity.com/files/cve/CVE-2014-0160

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Batch Files To Launch VMWare Workstation 7 and VMWare player Services And Close On Exit

I created batch files to start VMWare Workstation 7.0 and VMWare player. It starts the different VMWare services and stops them when VMWare is closed. This was tested on XP, Vista and later may be different.

Workstation batch file:
net start ufad-ws60
net start VMAuthdservice
net start vmnetdhcp
net start "vmware nat service"
net start vmusbarbservice

f:
cd "\VMWare Workstation 7"
vmware.exe

net stop ufad-ws60
net stop VMAuthdservice
net stop vmnetdhcp
net stop "vmware nat service"
net stop vmusbarbservice

Player batch file:
net start ufad-ws60
net start VMAuthdservice
net start vmnetdhcp
net start "vmware nat service"
net start vmusbarbservice

f:
cd "\VMWare Workstation 7"
vmplayer.exe

net stop ufad-ws60
net stop VMAuthdservice
net stop vmnetdhcp
net stop "vmware nat service"
net stop vmusbarbservice

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Install Chrome Web Store Plugins in SRWare Iron

If you use Iron, the version of Chrome that is privacy enhanced by default, you can install plugins from the official Chrome Webstore.

Proxy Switchy for example, uses this URL for browsing from the webstore:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/proxy-switchysharp/https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/proxy-switchy/caehdcpeofiiigpdhbabniblemipncjj

But this is the actual installation URL for the CRX file:

https://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx?response=redirect&x=id%3Dcaehdcpeofiiigpdhbabniblemipncjj%26uc%26lang%3Dde&prod=chrome

Note the parameter after the id%3D in the url. Once you find the extension you'd like to install in the Webstore, simply replace the red text in the installation URL with the portion of the Webstore URL that looks like random letters and numbers such as this gobbledygook:

fdsjfkddddkkddjfjghttjfurjvvhggg

These ID's are thirty-two characters long and made up of lowercase letters.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Android Anonymous VoIP Calls with TOR

There are good reasons to be able to make anonymous VoIP calls:

Report potential terrorists without you yourself being put on the homeland stupidity/FBI watchlist.

Report crimewatch tips with impunity and anonymity. What if a corrupt policeman is running the crime watch lines and keeps the caller id data?

These are just a few of the many reasons to be able to make anonymous phone calls.

To make anonymous sip calls from an android phone, your phone must be rooted so that orbot can transparently intercept the VoIP apps data and reroute the data through the TOR proxy network. How to root your mobile phone is outside the scope of this post. This was tested on a 4.0 ICS os.

Here's the list of steps:

Install orbot, the android version of TOR which is in the app market.

Install Smslisto (I have tested this with Smslisto, but the other finarea voip apps should work as well)

Setup orbot with the default options. On the settings menu, under transparent proxying, clock Select Apps, and then select Smslisto or your VoIP app then close it.

You can now start orbot by pressing down the robot for two seconds (this is also called a long-tap). Once it starts, you can then start Smslisto and login with your web username and password. Select "VoIP call" to make a data call.

Please note that I am not running a sip server at the moment, so I am not sure if the registration or RTP/UDP audio stream is actually routing through TOR, or it merely seems like it is (this could be proven by running csipdroid in this fashion and testing it against your own sip server and then, once proven, registering to sip.Smslisto.com). I don't have the time to test this at the moment, so consider this post as conceptual. I do know, however, that the call had a delay of a few seconds, whereas a normal data call has very little delay at all on a 4G LTE connection.

Also another caveat is that you can't anonymously put money into a VoIP account, as no internet sip provider that I know of allows bitcoin deposits. Perhaps an entrepreneur out there could start a bitcoin-accepting VoIP service, but considering all of the VoIP telephone fraud that goes on, I'm sure the FBI would be knocking on your door soon. I strongly suggest having a hidden .onion server for stronger anonymity and then using sips/srtp/zrtp for registering to the trunking service. Without srtp, however, all call data (the phone number called and the call audio) would NOT be encrypted from the TOR exit node to the sip trunk. Also you would be using the same exit node for the duration of the call, otherwise the calls udp/TCP session would end and the call would drop.

A better idea is to use i2p for its superior bulk data/UDP stream support, but i2p is a totally separate world from TOR (for example it doesn't have exit nodes per se).

I support the NSA's data collection policies and believe it to be keeping us safer. I am OK with them recording all phone calls as well. As Bill Gates recently stated, its important to know just what they are recording, for how long, who can access it, etc.... There should be oversight, otherwise what prevents the NSA from collecting pin numbers, account numbers and some rogue agent infiltrating bank accounts? I surmise that the NSA has been recording VoIP calls already, even domestic calls. I'm guessing that all efax services that traverse the public internet are being stored as well.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Schemer - Another Google service shutting down

Dear Schemers,

The time has come for
Schemer to power down.

Schemer launched in beta
over a year ago to help
inspire and motivate people
to do more awesome stuff,
and though the app is
shutting down, the
adventures will continue.
You can use the "Explore"
section on Google Maps for
Android and iOS to find
interesting things to do
around you, or Field Trip to
uncover hidden or unique
things in your city, among
others.

All your schemes are
available for download until
February 7, 2014, after
which all data will be
permanently and irrevocably
deleted. You can find the
simple steps to download
your data here.

In the meantime, stay
curious, ambitious, daring,
and above all, stay
adventurous!

Thank you for all your
support on this journey!

- The Schemer Team

Saturday, January 4, 2014


I've started pumping iron again. Mainly free weights with upper body using a dumbbell. Legs and anything that put force on my back not possible at the moment due to possible slipped disc.

I remember as a freshman at Mandeville High School (yes I went there for one year and sat next to miss teen louisiana, Sarah Price, CHS Lions fans) the football players had a chart that shows, given the maximum weight you can lift for a given lift, curl, press etc..., how much to increase your weight lifting at each workout. Does anyone have a chart like this or follow a general rule for upping your weights? Is it better to increase by a fixed rate, say, 5 lbs, or a certain percent? I am aware that to get bulkier you want to do shorter repetitions with heavier weights and for leaner, endurance-type muscle you should do more repititions with less weight.

I am leaning toward just doing whatever I can whenever I can (this will save time as well) until a given weight is easy, and then increase the weight. This would be simpler to stick to as I'm not aiming to be Bruce Lee, just increase my overall strength and long-term health. My favorite quote of Bruce Lee's is (well really the only quote I know, hah) "A man must constantly exceed his level."

Monday, November 4, 2013

SonicWall SSL-VPN setup from SSH Command-Line



Here's how to configure the Sonicwall SSL-VPN from the CLI. I'm trying to improve my SonicWall command line skills, so I thought I'd post this here.

In addition to below, you'll also need to add your user to the SSL-VPN group under Users, Local Users.

I left out the part where you exit the config mode and are prompted to save the configuration. Just type yes.

This uses the tunnel-all mode. You'll need to setup add your routes manually if you're limiting access to certain networks.


C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>ssh -v
OpenSSH_4.1p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8 05 Jul 2005
usage: ssh [-1246AaCfgkMNnqsTtVvXxY] [-b bind_address] [-c cipher_spec]
           [-D port] [-e escape_char] [-F configfile]
           [-i identity_file] [-L [bind_address:]port:host:hostport]
           [-l login_name] [-m mac_spec] [-O ctl_cmd] [-o option] [-p port]
           [-R [bind_address:]port:host:hostport] [-S ctl_path]
           [user@]hostname [command]


C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>ssh adminuser@2.2.2.2
The authenticity of host '2.2.2.2 (2.2.2.2)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is --------------------------------------.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Warning: Permanently added '2.2.2.2' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.


Copyright (c) 2012 Dell | SonicWALL, Inc.



Using username 'adminuser'.
Password:

adminuser@SonicwallSerialNumber> conf

config(SonicwallSerialNumber)# ssl-vpn server
(config-sslvpn-server)# port 4433
(config-sslvpn-server)# cipher aes256-sha1
(config-sslvpn-server)# sslvpn-access WAN
(config-sslvpn-server)# exit

config(SonicwallSerialNumber)# ssl-vpn profile
(config-sslvpn-profile)# device-profile "Default Device Profile"
(edit-sslvpn-profile-routes[Default Device Profile])# tunnel-all
(edit-sslvpn-profile-client[Default Device Profile])# exit
(edit-sslvpn-profile[Default Device Profile])# exit
(config-sslvpn-profile)# exit

config(SonicwallSerialNumber)# exit
adminuser@SonicwallSerialNumber> exitRead from remote host 2.2.2.2: Connection reset by peer


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

3com asterisk binaries


Here's 3com's asterisk, v 1.4.1.1, with install instructions (it runs on an embedded type of board). I don't know anything else about this device and software, other than it has device os/flash and boot images. There's some manuals on hp's website for this device*. Hopefully this helps.

If this violates copyrights, please leave a comment and I'll remove it.

http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/1DUSZHPW/3com_Asterisk_1.4.1.1__for_uploaded.net_.zip_links

* http://pro-networking-h17007.external.hp.com/us/en/support/converter/index.aspx?productNum=JF049A

Friday, November 2, 2012

eBay Removing Wildcards in Searches! (the '*' or asterisk)

Here's the email eBay just sent me. I think the net effect on searches will be negative. It's too bad Google doesn't just buy eBay. Then the search would vastly improve.


Your saved searches will change on November 5

Dear ****,

You're receiving this email because we noticed that you are using a wildcard (search terms with a *) in one or more of your saved searches in My eBay.

Starting on November 5, we will no longer support wildcard searches. We encourage you to revise your saved searches to whole words without the *.

Why are we making this change?

We've made many recent improvements to our search capabilities on eBay that now take into account many spelling variations. This has helped us to offer better search results to our buyers and sellers.

However, after November 5, your wildcard searches will not return the same results you're used to seeing. This means that you may possibly miss out on the new and recently-listed items that you're used to seeing in your saved searches in My eBay and in the emails that we send to you.

Here's how to revise your saved search terms

Replace any * in a wildcard search term with whole words.

EXAMPLE: Replace "Floral silk scar*" with "Floral silk scarf"

You can also include various spellings in a single search term by adding it in parentheses, with each additional term separated by a comma.

EXAMPLE: Replace "Floral silk scar*" with "Floral silk (scarf, scarfs, scarves)"

You can also exclude items from the results for your saved search by adding a "-(items to be excluded)".

EXAMPLE: Replace "Porcelain minifigur* -lot*" with " Porcelain (minifigure, minifigurines) -(lot, lots)"

Please update your saved searches today, so you can stay on top of the things you're most interested in finding on eBay.

Thanks for shopping on eBay!

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Collection Of Blackberry Apps Liberated from App Store

This is LifeInPocket aka Life In Pocket version 0.733, a FREE! GPS Navigation App (it's an ad-sponsored app).  It may require Blackberry OS 5. I haven't used it on earlier versions. You might be able to get it to work:


http://www.4shared.com/folder/Tk1oawHE/0_online.html




This is MapQuest 4 Mobile, 8530-Generic, version 1.10.1, downloaded Over-The-Air from MapQuest. It does do directions and maps from your Blackberry's GPS location, but it doesn't go hands-free spoken navigation. It's a great app for traveling and vacations and long trips, not for short trips and commutes. Unlike Google Maps and other free GPS apps I've used, it actually gives the name of the highway and not just the highway number:


http://www.4shared.com/dir/NMUJoGgc/110.html




I'll be adding more apps to this post as I find the time.




Here's a bunch of other apps, dumped with BBSAK from AppWorld or OTA downloads. If you need any of them just leave a comment here and I'll upload them when I can.







Flurry.cod
PaymentLib.cod
SoftReset.cod
voice_42_en.cod
GoogleSync_40_en.cod
lifeinpocketg48.cod
PoyntTicketDaemon.cod
PoyntPushModuleInterface.cod
PoyntPushHandler_TetherHandler.cod
PoyntPushDaemon.cod
PoyntGraphics.cod
net_rim_bbapi_adv_app10155.cod
Glympse.cod
BlaCaDa19.cod
topoexplorer.cod
BBLauncher.cod
pandora$2dradio.cod
BeamExplorer.cod
MapQuestMobile_generic_rim_8530.cod
AFBBMetrix.cod
UberSocial.cod
GasBuddy.cod
GPSTool.cod
Bing.cod
bbtestfwkinterfaces.cod
BingLib.cod
BingData.cod
Poynt.cod
WWOZ.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_core.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_nav.cod
net_rim_bb_traffic.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_geom.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_comm.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_places.cod
net_rim_bb_travel_ui.cod
LogicMail.cod
net_rim_bb_myspace.cod
net_rim_bb_myspace_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_myspace_resources_large.cod
net_rim_bb_myspace_resources.cod
net_rim_bb_myspace_resource_en.cod
net_rim_bb_gmail_help_en.cod
net_rim_bb_gmail_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_gmail.cod
waze.cod
BeatTheTraffic.cod
SecurIDLib.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_updater.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_usb.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_bbid.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_barcode.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_resource_en.cod
net_rim_bb_appworld_payment.cod
com_emacberry_gpslogger_bbm.cod
com_emacberry_gpslogger_lib.cod
com_emacberry_gpslogger_def.cod
com_emacberry_GPSLogger.cod
WhiteNoiseLite.cod
APNews_421_en_app.cod
APNews_421_en_app_core.cod
APNews_421_en_core.cod
APNews_421_en_core_image.cod
APNews_421_en_database.cod
APNews_421_en_engine.cod
APNews_421_en_engine_core.cod
APNews_421_en_io.cod
APNews_421_en_ui.cod
APNews_421_en_account.cod
boltbb252.cod
Fierce_470_en_account.cod
Fierce_470_en_app.cod
Fierce_470_en_ui.cod
Fierce_470_en_screens.cod
Fierce_470_en_platform_bb.cod
Fierce_470_en_platform.cod
Fierce_470_en_io.cod
Fierce_470_en_image_icon.cod
Fierce_470_en_image.cod
Fierce_470_en_engine_core.cod
Fierce_470_en_engine.cod
Fierce_470_en_database.cod
Fierce_470_en_core.cod
Fierce_470_en_branding_en.cod
Fierce_470_en_app_core.cod
GoogleSearch.cod
net_rim_rimsecuridlib.cod
operette4$2dhifi.cod
GoogleMaps.cod
net_rim_font_latin_truetype.cod
net_rim_bb_appremoval.cod
net_rim_bb_trust_application_manager.cod
net_rim_bb_application_permissions_proxy.cod
net_rim_app_manager_console.cod
net_rim_bb_framework_api.cod
net_rim_m2g_internal.cod
net_rim_m2g.cod
net_rim_xml_org.cod
net_rim_xml.cod
net_rim_plazmic_themereader.cod
net_rim_plazmic_mediaengine.cod
net_rim_ui_extension.cod
net_rim_ui_impl.cod
net_rim_ui_api.cod
net_rim_process_launcher.cod
net_rim_platform_im_resource__en.cod
net_rim_platform_im_resource.cod
net_rim_services_impl.cod
net_rim_platform_resource__en.cod
net_rim_platform_resource.cod
net_rim_io_impl.cod
net_rim_cldc.cod
net_rim_app_manager.cod
net_rim_platformapps_resource__en_US.cod
net_rim_platform_im_resource__en_US.cod
net_rim_platform_resource__en_US.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_cdma_service.cod
net_rim_phone_tty_enabler.cod
net_rim_database.cod
net_rim_sql.cod
net_rim_ui_alpha.cod
net_rim_bb_timezonedynupdater.cod
net_rim_bb_localeremoval.cod
net_rim_jaxrpc.cod
net_rim_satsa.cod
net_rim_drm.cod
net_rim_media_api.cod
net_rim_media.cod
net_rim_escreen_app.cod
net_rim_escreen.cod
net_rim_amms.cod
net_rim_bb_spellcheck.cod
net_rim_bb_setupwizard.cod
net_rim_bb_sendusingbluetoothapp.cod
net_rim_bb_sendtomessengercontactapp.cod
net_rim_bb_sendasmmsapp.cod
net_rim_bb_sendasemailapp.cod
net_rim_bb_voice.cod
net_rim_bb_timezones.cod
net_rim_bb_recentcontacts.cod
net_rim_bb_search.cod
net_rim_bb_ribbon_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_quickcontact.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_alertengine_app.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_app_new.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_app.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_model.cod
net_rim_bb_options_app.cod
net_rim_bb_options.cod
net_rim_bb_models.cod
net_rim_bb_messaging_app.cod
net_rim_bb_messaging.cod
net_rim_bb_call_control.cod
net_rim_bb_browser.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_dc_resources.cod
net_rim_platformapps_resource__en.cod
net_rim_platformapps_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_device_selftest.cod
net_rim_cldc_vpn_diagnostics.cod
net_rim_vpn_options.cod
net_rim_cldc_impl_vpn.cod
net_rim_wlan_runtime_resource__en.cod
net_rim_wlan_bb_resource__en.cod
net_rim_wlan_runtime_resource.cod
net_rim_wlan_runtime_resources.cod
net_rim_wlan_bb_resource.cod
net_rim_wlan_bb_resources.cod
net_rim_wlan_apps_api.cod
net_rim_wlan_wizard.cod
net_rim_cldc_srp_diagnostics.cod
net_rim_cldc_wlan_diagnostics.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostics_ui.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostic_subsystem.cod
net_rim_bb_captiveportaldetector.cod
net_rim_bb_sitesurvey.cod
net_rim_wap_provisioning.cod
net_rim_wlan_options.cod
net_rim_cldc_impl_wlan.cod
net_rim_options_profiles_api.cod
net_rim_cldc_impl_api.cod
net_rim_tid_AddrBookRep.cod
net_rim_tid_spell_check.cod
net_rim_tid_dynamic_ling_data_english_us_45k_2.cod
net_rim_tid_dynamic_ling_data_domain_names.cod
net_rim_tid.cod
net_rim_tid_im_alph_core.cod
net_rim_bb_options_customwordlistscreen.cod
net_rim_tid_core.cod
net_rim_tid_dynamic_ling_data_english_us_ltr.cod
net_rim_bis_client__en.cod
net_rim_bis_client_resources.cod
net_rim_bis_client_res.cod
net_rim_bis_client.cod
net_rim_bis_lib.cod
net_rim_speech_data_en_US.cod
net_rim_speech.cod
net_rim_nuance.cod
net_rim_bluetooth.cod
net_rim_bb_sms.cod
net_rim_bb_clock_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_clock.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook_vcard.cod
net_rim_serialformats.cod
net_rim_bb_globalsearch_app.cod
net_rim_bb_password_wizard.cod
net_rim_bb_mc_app.cod
net_rim_bb_sms_compose.cod
net_rim_bb_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_applicationdelivery.cod
net_rim_bb_recentcontacts_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_messagesearch_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_ribbon_skin_svg_DelayedInitializer.cod
net_rim_bb_ribbon_skin_svg.cod
net_rim_bb_ribbon_app.cod
net_rim_bb_banner.cod
net_rim_bb_timeddialogapp.cod
net_rim_bb_timeddialog.cod
net_rim_bb_remindermanager.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes.cod
net_rim_bb_email.cod
net_rim_bb_calendar_ota.cod
net_rim_bb_calendar_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_calendar_app.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_push.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_field2_api.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_field_api.cod
net_rim_bb_attachment.cod
net_rim_bb_apps_framework.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook_groupaddress.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook_models.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook_gal.cod
net_rim_bb_addressbook_app.cod
net_rim_bb_activation.cod
net_rim_runtime_resource__en.cod
net_rim_runtime_resource.cod
net_rim_cldc_io_rim_impl.cod
net_rim_event_log_viewer_app.cod
net_rim_smartcard.cod
net_rim_os.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_plugin_docview.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_ninjainterface.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_mango_wrapper.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_mango.cod
net_rim_bb_rich_email.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_plugin_security.cod
net_rim_loader.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_daemon.cod
net_rim_bb_sbinjector_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_rendering_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_cookiejar.cod
net_rim_font_european_sff.cod
net_rim_bb_standardcalculator_app.cod
net_rim_bb_mediaapp_launcher_app.cod
net_rim_cldc_io_remotefile.cod
net_rim_bb_mediarecorder.cod
net_rim_bb_medialibraryplayer.cod
net_rim_bb_medialibrary.cod
net_rim_bb_mediacontenthandler.cod
net_rim_bb_fileindexservice.cod
net_rim_bb_file_explorer.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostic_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_ping_app.cod
net_rim_bb_dnslookup_app.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostic.cod
net_rim_tid_dynamic_transcoding_data_CP1250.cod
net_rim_bb_otasl_channel.cod
net_rim_bb_otasl_app.cod
net_rim_MIDPRootCerts.cod
net_rim_bb_free_busy_lib.cod
net_rim_softtokens_options.cod
net_rim_cldc_impl_softtoken.cod
net_rim_bb_enterpriseconfig.cod
net_rim_bb_startup.cod
net_rim_bb_securitymonitor.cod
net_rim_bb_setupwizard_app.cod
net_rim_bb_implus_app.cod
net_rim_theme_precision_zen_320x240_b_01.cod
net_rim_bb_clock_faces.cod
net_rim_bb_preloaded_media_crawler.cod
net_rim_bb_games_app.cod
net_rim_bb_setupwizard_images_8900.cod
net_rim_bb_otaupgrade.cod
net_rim_bb_elt_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_elt.cod
net_rim_bb_supl_app.cod
net_rim_bb_geolocationagent.cod
net_rim_bb_gps_ee.cod
net_rim_bb_application_updater.cod
net_rim_bb_oldcodcleanup.cod
net_rim_bb_safe_mode.cod
net_rim_bb_manage_connections.cod
net_rim_wap.cod
net_rim_data_provider_resources__en.cod
net_rim_data_provider.cod
net_rim_bb_docviewimage.cod
net_rim_bb_docview.cod
net_rim_plazmic_pushactivator.cod
net_rim_api_wlan_hotspot.cod
net_rim_media_actions_daemon.cod
net_rim_media_actions.cod
net_rim_networkapi.cod
net_rim_bb_medialoader_accessibility.cod
net_rim_bb_web_jse_api.cod
net_rim_bb_appremoval_app.cod
net_rim_bb_caprofilesmanager.cod
net_rim_bb_drm_agent.cod
net_rim_device_api_games.cod
net_rim_bb_email_compression.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_script_ext.cod
net_rim_bb_media_plugin.cod
net_rim_bb_medialoader_ringtones_320x240_05_b.cod
net_rim_bb_medialoader_backgrounds_320x240_05_b.cod
net_rim_bb_medialoader_320x240_05_b.cod
net_rim_bb_medialoader_video_320x240_05_b.cod
net_rim_bb_autotz.cod
net_rim_bb_syncml_stack.cod
net_rim_bb_omadmcertificate.cod
net_rim_bb_syncml_omadm.cod
net_rim_bb_omadmlib.cod
net_rim_bb_mtp.cod
net_rim_vad_engine_resource__en_US.cod
net_rim_vad_resource__en.cod
net_rim_vad_resource.cod
net_rim_vad.cod
net_rim_tid_newWordsExtractor.cod
net_rim_bb_voicenotesrecorder.cod
net_rim_bb_videorecorder.cod
net_rim_bb_camera.cod
net_rim_crypto_2.cod
net_rim_crypto_1.cod
net_rim_crypto_resource__en.cod
net_rim_crypto_resource.cod
net_rim_bbapi_sharing.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_api_3_resources__en.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_api_3.cod
net_rim_bbapi_push.cod
net_rim_bbapi_contactlinking.cod
net_rim_bbapi_messagelist.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_api_2.cod
net_rim_bbapi_stringpattern.cod
net_rim_bbapi_blackberrymessenger.cod
net_rim_locationapi.cod
net_rim_bbapi_invoke.cod
net_rim_bbapi_phone.cod
net_rim_bbapi_browser.cod
net_rim_bbapi_options.cod
net_rim_bbapi_messagelist_res__en.cod
net_rim_bbapi_messagelist_resources.cod
net_rim_bbapi_messagelist_res.cod
net_rim_bbapi_pim_res__en.cod
net_rim_bbapi_pim_res.cod
net_rim_pdap_resources.cod
net_rim_pdap.cod
net_rim_bbapi_pim.cod
net_rim_bbapi_menuitem.cod
net_rim_bbapi_maps.cod
net_rim_bbapi_mail.cod
net_rim_bbapi_mailv2.cod
net_rim_bb_app_center.cod
net_rim_tid_dynamic_ling_data_financial_english_10k_2.cod
net_rim_bb_fumoPokeLib.cod
net_rim_bb_memo_app.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_api.cod
net_rim_bb_help_8500_series__en.cod
net_rim_bb_help.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_wap_provisioning.cod
net_rim_apps_internal_browser_smil.cod
net_rim_plazmic_mediaengine_smil_mms.cod
net_rim_plazmic_mediaengine_smil_format.cod
net_rim_plazmic_mediaengine_smil_00.cod
net_rim_bb_mms.cod
net_rim_bb_browser_gears.cod
net_rim_tid_words_injector.cod
net_rim_tid_basicFastEuropean.cod
net_rim_tid_fastEuropean.cod
net_rim_tid_repositoryBasedEuropean.cod
net_rim_bb_options_SpellcheckableOptions.cod
net_rim_bb_options_fastEuropean.cod
net_rim_tid_fullPredictive.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_browser_x509.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_browser_pgp.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_browser.cod
net_rim_bb_smime_lib.cod
net_rim_bb_pgp_lib.cod
net_rim_secureemail_resource__en.cod
net_rim_secureemail_resource.cod
net_rim_secureemail.cod
net_rim_crypto_keystore_browser_pgp.cod
net_rim_crypto_keystore_browser_certificate.cod
net_rim_crypto_keystore_browser.cod
net_rim_bb_crypto_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_crypto_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_crypto_api.cod
net_rim_crypto_pgp.cod
net_rim_crypto_cms.cod
net_rim_bb_smartcardreader_microSD.cod
net_rim_smartcard_piv_lib.cod
net_rim_smartcard_piv.cod
net_rim_smartcard_datakey.cod
net_rim_smartcard_gsacac.cod
net_rim_crypto_3.cod
net_rim_bb_task_app.cod
net_rim_ecmascript_resource__en.cod
net_rim_ecmascript_resource.cod
net_rim_ecmascript.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_app.cod
net_rim_bb_phone_api.cod
net_rim_bb_passwordkeeper_resource__en.cod
net_rim_bb_passwordkeeper_resource.cod
net_rim_bb_passwordkeeper.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_lists.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_messaging.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_lib_barcode.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_peer.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_peer_lib.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_photos.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_inbox.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_database.cod
net_rim_bbgroup_calendar.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_peer_resource_en.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_api.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_bbm_internal_api.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_ribbon.cod
implus_ad_lib.cod
implus.cod

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Pandora Radio Is REALLY REALLY AWESOME!

I know I sometimes have a glacial mindset and am slow to new things, but I've realized how awesome Pandora internet radio is!!!!!!!! You choose a radio station that's based on an artist or song, and click a thumbs up to hear more songs like the one you've heard, or thumbs down for one's you don't want to hear as much. Pandora learns your tastes.As you listen to other 'stations', eventually after awhile you can just play the quickmix station and it will play varied music from all your stations. Essentially it's a customized radio station. Even Satellite radio can't beat that! If you want to follow me on Pandora, I'll follow you back,



http://www.pandora.com/people/justgold79

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Syncing Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Outlook and Gmail Contacts

Funambol is open-source, has an outlook plugin,  as well as apps for android, blackberry, windows mobile, symbian, iphone, and generic java micro edition phones! 

Your contacts, notes, calendar and pictures are online at http://my.funambol.com/


IT'S THE ONLY FREE SYNC APP I'VE EVER FOUND THAT CAN BACKUP MY BLACKBERRY'S NOTES WITHOUT A USB CABLE! AND THAT'S GREAT BECAUSE I LOST A FEW IMPORTANT NOTES (EG GREAT BUSINESS IDEAS) BECAUSE I WASN'T DOING DAILY BLACKBERRY DESKTOP MANAGER BACKUPS THROUGH USB!


Since they just released the Blackberry app, I've noticed the web interface isn't always online. Also the blackberry app and the service is still beta, so continue using Google Sync or m:IQ (eg miqlive) as well!


You can even host your own funambol server, in case you don't want your phone's data "in the cloud"! If you run your own sync server you can even synchronize with Microsoft Exchange, Google Contacts, Zimbra, or Yahoo!.

I cross-posted this from my post in the Gmail Help Forums.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

The Inbox Of The Future

This post is a copy of my comment on universal inboxes.


Like the author said, not having to leave the interface is the best solution.
For example, I like how one can reply to someone's facebook comment through the email program. It looked like Myspace was trying to do this (based on the fact that every email notification had some unique string in the 'from' address).

Ultimately Gmail will have to provide some kind of api for integrating outside 3rd-party messaging systems (eg a plugin or "Lab" for other not just reading but replying to IM messages, social networking site inboxes, etc...), to compete with Facebook's idea of a universal inbox that pulls them all together.