The headline specs are all those fun “little lies” that commerce gets to flourish itself with …wherein “8K” equals 7600, and “32 inches” equals 28.4″
Here’s Why the Internet of Things Could Be a Security Nightmare; Robert Plant; In The Wall Street Journal (WSJ); 2016-02-23. Mentions
a promotional conference Thread
Open Internet Consortium
<quote>Finally, it may be worth considering that the device firms themselves may have created “backdoors” to their systems, pre-empting the need for future Supreme Court clarifications on their need.</quote>
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Dell does a Superfish, ships PCs with easily cloneable root certificates; Dan Goodin; In Ars Technica; 2015-11-24.
Teaser: Root certificate debacle that hit Lenovo now visits the House of Dell.
tl;dr → never trust a vendor install
Even with the Ubuntu 14.04 version → not proven
i.e. on my gear, the rogue CA certificate is not present in
thumbprint may probably be
serial number:may be
Dell’s Linux PC sequel still “just works”—but it adds 4K screen and rough edges; Lee Hutchinson; In Ars Technica; 2015-03-17
Teaser: 4k scaling issues keep it from being perfect—but, hey, it’s for developers, right? Mentions
Up Close And Personal With Dell’s UltraSharp 27 5K Display And Smart Desk Concept; Marco Chiappetta; In Hot Hardware; 2014-11-06.
tl;dr => it’s not available
Dell UltraSharp 27
available 2014-12-18 (no mention of it at Amazon 2014-12-13)
2x DisplayPort cables
SmartDesk touch screen(s)
available late 2015 or 2016.
Dell Previews 27-inch ‘5K’ UltraSharp Monitor: 5120×2880; Ian Cutress; In AnandTech; 2014-09-05.
tl;dr => not available untill 2015.
Doesn’t seem to have a part number yet.
2x DisplayPort MST v1.2 inputs (maybe)
tiled 2560×2880 (maybe).
integrated speakers, 16W.
How A Hacker Nabbed $600,000 In Two Months By Googling People’s Home Networks for Synology Home Cloud NAS Servers; Julie Bort; In Business Insider; 2014-06-17. Mentions
Pseudonym: Folio on GitHub.
<quote>The hacker’s exploits were
documented by Dell’s security team</quote> <quote>In 2013, a security researcher discovered a flaw with the Synology product that let a hacker find, and ultimately control, these computer storage devices by searching for them on Google. </quote>
Claudio Guarnieri (Rapid7); The Internet is Compromised; In The Medium; 2014-01-25.
Teaser: A diagnosis after a tragic year of revelations on global surveillance
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