Google’s 90 day deadline has been completely arbitrary without any consideration of real-world circumstances…

Google’s 90 day deadline has been completely arbitrary without any consideration of real-world circumstances. The arbitrary nature of the 90 day rule was highlighted recently when Google published the details of a bug in Windows which Microsoft was scheduled to patch on January 13th, but the 90 days passed on January 11th, so Google just published the details anyway. In this way Google was sticking to the letter of the law rather than the spirit of it.

But now it seems that Google has seen the error of its ways and updated its disclosure policy

(LiveHacking.Com) – Google has been under fire in the last few weeks for arbitrarily disclosing zero-day vulnerabilities which give hackers the information they need to attack susceptible systems. When Google makes these disclosures it knows full well that it is risking the security and privacy …

PolarSSL to be rebranded as mbed TLS to signify its importance in the mbed ecosystem. As part of the…

PolarSSL to be rebranded as mbed TLS to signify its importance in the mbed ecosystem. As part of the mbed ecosystem, mbed TLS will provide the core for secure communications and cryptography to the rest of the mbed products.

Also later this year mbed TLS will change its main license from the GPL to the liberal Apache license. 

In November 2014, we published the happy news that PolarSSL was now part of ARM. Since then we had kind of a radio silence on a number of fronts. There were a lot of things to take care of, and making sure PolarSSL was integrated properly into the ARM ecosystem was one of them.

Be together, not the same. That’s the motto Google picked up for Lollipop, and it couldn’t be any better…

Be together, not the same. That’s the motto Google picked up for Lollipop, and it couldn't be any better. It even works in the animal world. Just try to watch this Android ad without cracking a smile. I dare you!

Be together, not the same. That’s the motto Google picked up for Android, and it couldn’t be better. It even works in the animal world. Just try to watch this Android ad without cracking a smile. I dare you!

I have been using the THL 5000 now as my daily device for about 6 months. See my review on how the phone…

I have been using the THL 5000 now as my daily device for about 6 months. See my review on how the phone is doing.

Read my original THL 5000 review here: http://www.androidauthority.com/review-of-thl-5000-410058/

You can buy a THL 5000 from here: http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_68240.html#vip=17327

I have been using the THL 5000 now as my daily device for about 6 months. See how the phone is doing