I was wondering, if anybody would be able to hack accounts on Android apps.
I mean for example we are logged on ebay or Facebook app, and we simply quit to home screen, without logging out, and also disconnect from network and again turn on network.
-To the point, Is it technically possible if anybody would hack our session, when we logged?
Of course we're using WiFi in home with WPA2, not public hotspot.
- How does situation look like with bank apps? Is it any risk when I immediately leave the app without logging out,
-But in web browser on android, on Facebook, is it possible to take over session?
-I 've found VPN app "Zenmate" on Google Play is that proper VPN? , is it worth to use it? or that is a piece of junk?
I have a program that logs serial port data. In order to do so it requires the full device name in linux (e.g. /dev/ttyUSB0) and a baudrate.
Does anyone know how I can find out the device name in the terminal? I am trying to port this application to Android and cant figure it out.
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This thread is about an attempt by me to _build_ an application for the Android platform.
This first upload will be more of a blog rather than anything else so here goes.
(Apologies for any typos.)
Firstly I ought to introduce myself and what I do.
My name is Barry Walker and I live in the... (0 Replies)
I use Openindiana with napp-it. I am able to access and modify the zfs folders from windows but not from android. I ve used several apps like ES File Exporer and AnsSMB with no success. I can see the server but when I try to login it complains about wrong credentials.
Any help will be very... (5 Replies)
I just upgraded to Android 2.2 from 2.1. The GPS issue that was troublesome in 2.1 seems to have been fixed. Some of web browsing seems faster, but it could just be my connection is better today ;) Flash works in some browsers but not very good and it is too slow for Flash apps designed for... (0 Replies)
# Serve static files from multiple search paths
my $cascade = Plack::App::Cascade->new;
$cascade->add( Plack::App::File->new(root => "/www/example.com/foo")->to_app );
$cascade->add( Plack::App::File->new(root => "/www/example.com/bar")->to_app );
my $app = Plack::App::URLMap->new;
Plack::App::Cascade is a Plack middleware component that compounds several apps and tries them to return the first response that is not
$app = Plack::App::Cascade->new(apps => [ $app1, $app2 ]);
Creates a new Cascade application.
Appends a new application to the list of apps to try. You can pass the multiple apps to the one "add" call.
$app->catch([ 403, 404 ]);
Sets which error codes to catch and process onwards. Defaults to 404.