networking

JanusPA plug & play TOR privacy adapter

JanusPA plug & play TOR privacy adapter

If IP anonymity is important to you, and you find yourself using different computers and internet connections on a regular basis, the Janus Team's new TOR privacy adapter, the JanusPA, could be the solution.  Plugged in-line between either your computer and modem, computer and router, or modem and router, it automatically establishes either a TOR or OpenVPN connection to hide your true IP address.

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LINN MAJIK DS networked media player

LINN MAJIK DS networked media player

High-end audio specialists LINN have announced the MAJIK DS, a digital media player that integrates with the company's DS range and offers streaming of WAV, FLAC, MP3, AIFF and ALAC audio across a standard wired ethernet. UPnP compatible, the MAJIK can play content from networked computers or NAS media servers.

 

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Sony business class VPL-FX41 projector – Networked Presentations made easy

Sony business class VPL-FX41 projector – Networked Presentations made easy

Sony has quitted developing LCD panel for home theater projector years ago, they've shifted investment on SXRD technology and left the most affordable 3 chips panel process to Epson. But the game is still on for business class division. They have expanded its BrigtEra’s Inorganic technology onto another high lumen data beamer with the availability of VPL-FX41, a 0.79-inch XGA 3 chips LCD panel that is capable of producing 5,200 lumen and 900:1 contrast.

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WPA security threat: Exploit is ‘a subset of a true key crack’

WPA security threat: Exploit is ‘a subset of a true key crack’

Reports yesterday that WPA had been partially cracked promptly began to spiral into talk of general router insecurity and the likelihood of bandwidth and data thieves roaming the streets.  In actual fact, the incident is more a proof-of-concept than anything else, and could be argued as a flaw in a subsection of a section of WPA encryption.  Ars Technica's Glenn Fleishman has thrashed out the details - and exactly what we should be worried about.

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Iomega StorCenter ix2 NAS Review – 1TB Edition

Iomega StorCenter ix2 NAS Review – 1TB Edition

Backup isn't generally seen as glamorous, and the Iomega StorCenter ix2 is unlikely to change that perception. A sober gray box, the ix2 is as compact as dual 3.5-inch SATA-II hard-drives will let it be. However inside there lurks an iTunes-compatible media server, printer sharing facility and optional CCTV recording and Bluetooth file transfers, all for a competitive entry price. Can the StorCenter ix2's hidden charms change our mind about the unbearable dullness of archiving?

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