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Mike Thornley
Works at Tetrosyl Group.
Attended Certified Internet Webmaster
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Manchester Software Developer.
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  • Certified Internet Webmaster
    Web Development, 2007 - 2012
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HTML5, CSS, XML JavaScript, OOPHP5 and MySQL.
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  • Tetrosyl Group.
    Software Developer, 2015 - present
  • Cardinal Maritime
    Junior PHP Developer, 2014 - 2015
    Writing of scripts (mainly PHP, JavaScript, SQL and XML) mostly for the company in-house CRM software, with some client facing builds.
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I get the feeling the privacy advocates will have a field day with this but being safe has my vote. You can't have it all ways. 
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Kind of proactive here and ok if they delete the data afterwards as they say they do. 

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First day on the new job. 
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Thanks to +Shaun L​​ and +vanessa smith​ for the present. I can't wait to have a go at beer brewing!. 
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Well, it's really over now. Stephen Elop and Jo Harlow were the last surviving members of Nokia's leadership team to retain prominent positions following the Microsoft takeover, but today they've...
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Apple's OSX Keychain iCloud Token snooping vulnerability allows an attacker access to a victim's iCloud token and thus their iCloud data. Still requires a malicious application to be installed locally on the victim's machine though, as always, mind the software you download and the links / emails you visit / open.

#netsec   #Keychain   #OSX  
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Linking your mobile devices to a tracking service is a very good idea in case they get lost or stolen. But actually using tracking services to go find your device is not always [...]
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Samsung Galaxy users are at risk of being spied on by hackers through their phones cameras. A security flaw means they could also listen to them through the phone's microphone and read all their texts. It is thought up to half a billion phone users could be affected worldwide, including owners of the newest Samsung Galaxy S6 handsets. The flaw was revealed by security expert Ryan Welton at a conference in London. A spokesman for Samsung s...
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Seems i had a better photo sphere of Parliament #Budapest. Came out pretty well. 
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