When you press a key on a soft keyboard and then move to another key and finally pull up your finger, the only thing that happens is that the last character is printed out. Now I need to detect all keys between the path. For example there are three keys: 'w', 'e' and 'r' between 'q' and 't'. How can I detect them when the user presses 'q' and moves to 't' and then releases ir?
Google recommends removing SSH keys from GCE instance to secure SSH. That does not make any sense to me. The keys are there for a security, right? When I remove the keys, SSHD stops working. I probably miss their point. Can someone explain what do the mean by this:
Quick questions. I have noticed that many ROMs (not all) appear to be signed using test-keys rather than release keys. I've always had thought this was insecure and led to additional vulnerabilities. Am I wrong? Is using test-keys secure?