I do applaud his efforts though, because I know what it's like to see technology die because you've bought a charger/cables which pull so much current that the device/charger dies as a result.
That is a dangerous line to take when you're talking about people's sensitive information. Especially when your company had data stolen.
It'll be pretty damn useless if 4.5G hits first.
Today I realised that getting USB A to USB Micro C cables might be a slight issue. Well, at least there's Amazon.
Dear lord, he's definitely into this... crusade. He's even enabled Google+ just to ask about recommendations...
I am Claire, just finished my second degree in Mathematics and going onto a Masters in Information Security (second Masters, third degree) in September.
Oh and guys, if you're following me in the hope of snagging a hot chick, forget it. I'm not interested.
- Royal Holloway College, University of LondonMSc Information Security, 2014 - present