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Archive for September 15th, 2017

Re: [opensuse-factory] dup –no-allow-vendor-change is now default

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

I totally missed this announcement 2 months ago:

after this update, zypper dup will default to –no-allow-vendor-change, whichhas been the recommended way for Tumbleweed for a long time now.

Source: Re: [opensuse-factory] dup –no-allow-vendor-change is now default

So Dominique was glad to “rub the salt” a bit (:

[WayBack/Archive.isDominique / DimStar‏ @DimStar Replying to @sysrich @jpluimers: for the record: –no-allow-vendor-change has become the default in Tumbleweed, see also http://dominique.leuenberger.net/blog/2017/06/review-of-the-week-201726/

It was documented at least on these places:

–jeroen

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Open source app to detect bluetooth gas pump credit card skimmers – Skimmer Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

Before you fill up your car, check if you potentially can be skimmed: Skimmer Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play

The app is open source at sparkfunX/Skimmer_Scanner: A mobile app for detecting bluetooth gas pump credit card skimmers.

A long article about reverse engineering these skimmers is at [WayBack] Gas Pump Skimmers – learn.sparkfun.com including tools to get the data out: [WayBackMPLAB PICkit 3 – PGM-09973 – SparkFun Electronics

All via: [WayBack] Gas pump skimmers – what you need to knowIf you’re on android, there’s an app that essentially finds and pairs with the skimmer to see if it’s active… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

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UDP port 52217 – ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

UDP port number assigned to Scan to Mobile (52217 by default)

Source: ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global [WayBack]

Other references:

–jeroen

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