I've read in various places, such as in this question that using an ssh key pair without a passphrase allows attackers to steal your private key if they gain access to your account. I assumed that by "steal" it meant they could fairly easily do a brute-force attack to try every possible private key until they found one that matched the public key stored in your account.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel Comtech for the quarter ending April 2013 shows iOS and Windows devices gained sales share at a slightly faster pace than Android. This dynamic is occurring after Android took the U.S. sales lead in 2013, placing it in the position of being the hunted.
If I told you there were a lot of Android devices in the wild, that wouldn’t shock you. Just about every day there is a new device launched, but just how many are in existence?
According to OpenSignal, a company that gathers crowdsourced data for mobile phone networks, there are 18,796 distinct Android devices this year, up from 11,868 last year.
In their first annual global mobile data report, analytics firm Mixpanel reveals that Android is the originating platform for the lion’s share of app data generated from the top 15 countries as measured by active mobile usage.
I am complete newbie in Android development, its my 2nd day i am learning it.
I have a question, does someone has found any article, where you can find how to create application, which simply shows all devices within the connected wifi network.I have found plenty of stuff about how to connect/disconnect from wi fi, but none how to show all devices within the wi fi network.
Anyone know of a good way to artificially generate CPU steal? I have some automation I want to test which is triggered by CPU Steal, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to force CPU Steal to occur. I've got the virtual machine pegged at 100% CPU utilization, with no stealing going on.