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Daniel Schneller
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SSH Two-Factor Authentication with Duo Security
Over on the codecentric blog I published an article on SSH Two-Factor Authentication with Duo Security . You are welcome to check it out.
Over on the codecentric blog I published an article on SSH Two-Factor Authentication with Duo Security. You are welcome to check it out.
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2-Factor-Auth need not be turned off for that. Just go to "Application Specific Passwords" in your Google security settings to create one for calendar on your phone. 
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Sure. Just wanted to let you know that you need not make a choice between either more secure or using 3rd party clients. It is not immediately obvious from their UI.
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Interesting perspective of a mobile app developer that came from WinMobile, went to iOS and now provided an Android version of his app, too. Seems to be a little bashing at first, but in the end, I think I can agree with much of what he says.

http://nfarina.com/post/8239634061/ios-to-android
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Pff.... Wer mal richtig Action haben will, sehe sich dieses heute Journal einmal an.

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iPhone 5 display replacement
The problem About two weeks ago I noticed my iPhone 5 had a faint, but ugly pink hue in the center of the screen.
At first I suspected some software issue, because it looked as if the hue was exactly in the area an iOS7 table view uses for its cells to be d...
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Interesting piece on user interfaces and their usability, nicely abbreviated to "CRAP" user interface design.

http://www.userfocus.co.uk/articles/A_CRAP_way_to_improve_usability.html
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Das hier gefiel mir am besten:
http://www.userfocus.co.uk/images/Fig3CRAP.jpg
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Details about the iOS <4.3.5 SSL vulnerability. This is a really nasty one, allowing an attacker to just use any arbitrary SSL certificate and use it as a CA certificate, signing any number of new and fraudulent certificates, issued with any details crafted to their liking and nefarious purposes.
iOS 4.3.5 fixes the issue and is recommended for all iOS devices that can install it. You can check if your device is still vulnerable by going to this site: https://issl.recurity.com - if you get an error message, you are safe, it you can see the site your device needs an update. See http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4824.
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    Mobile Development Lead, 2012 - present
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I am a software developer focused mainly on mobile development on iOS and Android, with CenterDevice GmbH and codecentric AG. Apart from this I spend my time with podcasts, books and technology in general. This is my personal site. Anything posted here is my personal and private view of things. codecentric's blog (with the occasional crosspost) can be found at blog.codecentric.de.
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Diverse Male dort gewesen, jedes mal zufrieden (allerdings immer abends). Zahlreiche Sushi-Varianten, frisch zubereitet. All you can eat lohnt sich je nach Geschmack, da natürlich ausgefallenere Sorten teurer sind. Allerdings man sich nicht vorher entscheiden, sondern während des Essens einfach feststellen, dass man damit günstiger auskommt, oder eben nicht. Jederzeit gern wieder.
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