Ikea Trådfri zigbee lights

Written by vidarlo on 20170331 in english and hardware and software with one comment.

So, Ikea has released Trådfri seemingly worldwide. This is a series of Zigbee enabled lights, which looks quite neat. I bought the starter kit, with a gateway, two bulbs, and a remote control. First a couple of sentences about the remote control. It has on/off, dim up and down, and change color temperature. Nothing too […]

Bokanbefaling: Beyond Fear

Written by vidarlo on 20080523 in Norsk and security with no comments.

Beyond Fear er ei bok av Bruce Schneier, om sikkerhet i rimelig vid forstand – eller sikkerhetstenkning om du vil. Boka tar for seg sikkerheit veldig generelt, og gir deg m.a ei innføring i Schneier sin 5-trinns modell for Ã¥ evaluere sikkerheit. Eit gjennomgÃ¥ande tema er sikkerheita i det amerikanske samfunnet etter 11. september, og […]

Dagens dagblad som PDF – gratis

Written by vidarlo on 20080314 in Norsk and security and software with 6 comments.

Dagbladet som pdf? Ja, du kan kjøpe det for 18,- per avis, pÃ¥ dagbladet sin nettbutikk. Dyrt og tungvindt. Men, takka vere dagbladet sitt tekstarkiv pÃ¥ nett sÃ¥ er det faktisk fullt mulig Ã¥ fÃ¥ det heilt gratis. Om en ser pÃ¥ URLen for pdf-filene i ei tilfeldig sak, t.d denne ser en følgande: http://www.dagbladet.no/tekstarkiv/pdf.php?pa=A&d=2007-02-12&p=7&read=1 […]

A blogger blogging about kripos and the Tele2 incident…

Written by vidarlo on 20070918 in Censorship and english and privacy with one comment.

A person that’ve been raided by KRIPOS writes a blog about the expirience, and the progress of the case. I really urge you to read his blog, as it provides a far better view of that side of the case than my blog. Head over to delay.no/blogg and have a look. It’s worthwhile! He even […]

Theft of information… and why KRIPOS fucks it up.

Written by vidarlo on 20070916 in Censorship and english and privacy and rants with 12 comments.

Recently, quite a lot of information about individuals have been aloft in Norway. The government seems to ignore the problem, and just silence the people complaining and uncovering the problem. Traditionally, identity theft has not been much of a problem in Norway, but this has changed the last few years, and this incident could pave […]