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Best Security & Privacy Add-ons for Firefox
#1
I think I promised this here months ago, but I didn't anticipate the workload of my course, combined with revision for exams, and the actual full length of the article I was writing.

Anyway, if you are interested in what I consider some of the best security & privacy add-ons for Firefox, please read: http://cryptogasm.com/2011/05/best-security-privacy-add-ons-for-firefox/

Also would appreciate it if people commented on it (preferably on the blog, but here is fine too), shared it around on social networking sites, etc. I want to try and get some more people interested in the blog, and I'm going to try and write articles for it more frequently.
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#2
Great list Adrian. I use most of those but a couple of them I've never head of & am about to try out. Want me to submit your article to Slashdot or have you already done so?
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#3
Please feel free to submit the article if you think it's good enough.
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#4
(26th May 2011, 14:16)Tiberius Wrote: Please feel free to submit the article if you think it's good enough.

Done. Now it just needs a little upvoting on the Firehose.

"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#5
Great, apart from the fact I'm no longer a Cambridge researcher. Haven't been for about 9 months Tongue
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#6
(26th May 2011, 17:23)Tiberius Wrote: Great, apart from the fact I'm no longer a Cambridge researcher. Haven't been for about 9 months Tongue

Someone needs to update their CV then Big Grin
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#7
...my CV currently states that I work for Royal Holloway, University of London, in an educational outreach program trying to encourage schools to teach elements of Computer Science.

Where did you download my CV from? As far as I'm aware, the only location it is available is my personal website...
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(26th May 2011, 19:54)Tiberius Wrote: ...my CV currently states that I work for Royal Holloway, University of London, in an educational outreach program trying to encourage schools to teach elements of Computer Science.

Where did you download my CV from? As far as I'm aware, the only location it is available is my personal website...

From your website.

Quote:The Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge June 2010 - Present
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK
Research Assistant
{ Working with Dr Eiko Yoneki on a Behavioural Modelling Project (ESRC). \Understanding
Behavioural Responses to Infectious Disease Outbreaks".
{ Developing an application for Android phones that records GPS & Bluetooth data, and
spreads \virtual diseases" amongst phones.
{ Extensive use of the Android Java API.

Maybe you forgot to upload your newest CV?
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#9
Weird. When I click that link, my most recent CV comes up...

Maybe you have an old one in your cache?
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(26th May 2011, 21:22)Tiberius Wrote: Weird. When I click that link, my most recent CV comes up...

Maybe you have an old one in your cache?

I don't know how, I've never looked at your website before yesterday. Very odd.
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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