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Free software expert and entrepreneur in Southeast Asia

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revised How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
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May
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accepted How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
May
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
Both are good points. If I get spyware on my laptop and then take it to work, even if I plug in to the "visitors" LAN I might put more sensitive systems at risk--in theory (although you don't see many bluetooth keyboards in data centers). On the other hand, when I SSH from home, I feel safe using a bluetooth keyboard because my neighbors, even if they are script kiddies, probably cannot put my systems at much risk. An internet cafe is somewhere in the middle. As with everything, proper risk-assessmet is key.
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asked How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
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awarded  Good Answer
Sep
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accepted How do I migrate, dump, or restore a VirtualBox system?
Sep
28
revised 100% memory usage--is it Virtuozzo?
Update with what I learned later
Sep
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
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accepted 100% memory usage--is it Virtuozzo?
Sep
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comment 100% memory usage--is it Virtuozzo?
Sybreon, would you mind amending your answer to clearly state "NO" at the beginning. I'd like to accept it while having it be helpful to future readers. Thanks.
Sep
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comment 100% memory usage--is it Virtuozzo?
The weird thing is that top and ps do not report anything using that much memory, just tot overall numbers. Learning about user_beancounters now, thanks.
Sep
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asked 100% memory usage--is it Virtuozzo?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Beta
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment Interactive shell tips?
For the SSH alias, I suggest you add a -t parameter (which enables the TTY), so you can run the odd console app, like Screen, Midnight Commander, apt-get, or whatever. For example: claudius screen -dr would connect you to a long-running screen session.
May
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answered How to remote control Windows?
May
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comment RAID - software vs. hardware
Kind of ironic that the "I" in RAID means "inexpensive" :) I guess it only applies to the physical disks themselves.
May
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comment RAID - software vs. hardware
+1 Jeff mentioned in a recent S.O. podcast that he's joined the camp of Linux-style software RAID (i.e. the OS emulates a virtual disk based on a series of physical ones—a virtual disk which is bootable and usable as the root filesystem).