It’s been another busy week over here, with quite a number of articles being posted and developments to the site itself still happening. I’ve also managed to complete some more articles around CIT which will get posted over the next week or so.
In addition to what’s been going on here, I’ve also joined the 509th Wild Tigers (a flight sim Special Operations Group), started on some personal aircraft liveries (which I may post more about soon) and spent some more time finding my way around IVAO.
So there’s still lots more to come over the next few weeks, keep checking back! Now, onto this weeks’ round-up of happenings…
This Weeks’ Posts and Articles
- Snappy Goat 14/4/2017 - A resource of almost 14 million royalty free stock images
- 100 Of The Most Common Passwords 13/4/2017 - The 'Wonderful 100' - 100 of the most used passwords
- We Still Don’t Protect Ourselves – Some Password Statistics 13/4/2017 - A look at some facts and figures about password security
- Airshow Pilot (Payware/FSX) 12/4/2017 - A review of the Airshow Pilot addon payware for FSX
- Getting Connected – Network Devices 11/4/2017 - A look at different network devices and the functions they perform
- An Overview of Network Types 10/4/2017 - A brief look at different network types
- Pixabay 10/4/2017 - A resource of over 920,000 royalty free stock images, vectors and illustrations
- Photo Log Book Week #4 – 02 April 2017 to 08 April 2017 9/4/2017 - Back from Singapore. Some heli flights & a little history. VA flights to Tokyo, London & Istanbul.
This Week On Twitter
This weeks’ good, interesting or downright strange articles from the wonderful world of Twitter.
- The New U.S. ISP Law – What it means for us. (via @FSecure)
- ‘Night Owls’ May Have a Special Genetic Variant. (via @PCMag)
- Why VPNs are not the cure all they seem to be. (via @geekdotcom)
- ‘Joke’ ransomware game creator infects his own machine (via @PCMag)
- U.S. Border control to be legally able to demand your social media passwords? (via @avast_antivirus)
- How to hack Wi-Fi Passwords (via @PCMag)
- Hackers can use phone sensors to hack pin numbers (via @Avgfree)
Next week will see a handful or articles around computer display devices which will land in the CIT portion of the site. We’ll also be seeing a little more about password security, focusing on the psychology behind our choices and, lastly, there’ll be a review of another fun payware aircraft thrown into the mix for good measure.
In the meantime, have an awesome weekend folks and stay safe!