It is rapidly getting to the stage that the 'secure' padlock in your browser means nothing. Get your self a blanket, find a cave; and crawl into it. Don't bring your computer.
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
Sega announced today, January 15, 2013, that the upcoming The Cave game development by Double Fine and designed by Ron Gilbert, will be made available for Linux-based operating systems and Apple’s Mac OS X next Wednesday, January 23.
Been given a Nexus S i9023 by my brother who has been "tampering" with it and now it seems a bit messed up.
When booting up - it gets stuck on the "Google" screen with a padlock on it... I can get into fastboot and I can flash recovery but when I attempt to load any recovery - I get that same Google screen with the padlock!
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceLinux developer Matthew Garrett has completed work on a first-stage bootloader, called Shim, for supporting secure boot, and put it online for use by anyone who wishes to do so.
I've been running linux mint for a while before installing ubuntu on my main computer but i'm still a total n00b. I wanted to use a secure/private browser (or at least know how to do it) and am not really sure where to begin.
If you are looking for truly secure, compact and yet portable web browser, you should give this QtWeb Internet Browser a try. This free web browser is based on Nokia Qt framework and Apple web kit rendering engine. This QtWeb internet browser is lightweight, extremely fast browser.
Cave Story+, a 2D action platformer developed by Nicalis and Studio Pixel that is available on Steam for Linux, now benefits from a 75% discount.Regarded as one of the most famous indie games ever developed, Cave Story+ will provide a complete experience for all ages.Cave Story+ features original (320x240) graphics and upgraded “HD” graphics, remastered music, six new play modes (inclu