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bio website nullroute.eu.org/~grawity
location Lithuania
age 22
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen May 17 at 10:34

Mar
31
comment How do I untrust a computer with Google two-factor authentication?
@Aaron, what other method do you suggest of identifying a specific trusted computer?
May
21
comment Is there a way to bulk follow all usernames in a text list?
rbenv can easily install the latest Ruby if that's needed.
May
21
comment Is there a way to bulk follow all usernames in a text list?
Configured? gem install t...
Oct
15
comment How do I untrust a computer with Google two-factor authentication?
@Alex: Proof by experimentation; also, this Google Help page.
Oct
10
comment Adding all domain members to everyone's GTalk in Apps for Business?
Contact sharing?
May
8
comment How to have recipients' emails in diferent color in gmail like the old-time?
They added user photos instead.
Jan
26
comment Facebook Login Notification Approval?
I'm not from the US either, and the Facebook support pages do not mention any country restrictions.
Nov
28
comment How do I share a search query from Google?
Both # and ? will work; ? is actually more standard and does not depend on JavaScript. Although the path will be slightly different: http://google.com/search?q=my+query
Nov
23
comment Is there a way to edit code directly on github using ssh?
@phwd: Couldn't find any, but that's what the server itself tells you. ssh git@github.com
Sep
24
comment Downloading all my Yahoo! Mail to my desktop computer
@Sourav: Drag and drop the messages -- to "Local folders", to Gmail, or even to your desktop.
Jul
10
comment Strange address appearing in my Gmail's last account activity
According to WHOIS, the address belongs to Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
Jul
10
comment Strange address appearing in my Gmail's last account activity
...could we please stop with "disable IPv6" answers?
Jul
1
comment Inappropriate URL for POST search to Google
Is there any specific reason you have to use POST?
Jun
20
comment Accessing my Google Reader account without using my main Google Account password
Another addition: KeePass has an "Auto-type" function for entering passwords automatically, which can be triggered by hotkey and is secure against keyloggers.
Jun
15
comment Accessing my Google Reader account without using my main Google Account password
@slhck: They are useful in a way – I can store an alternate password in my mail client's config, and revoke when necessary, without ever exposing the primary password.
Jun
15
comment Accessing my Google Reader account without using my main Google Account password
FWIW, the 2-step verification does include an "alternate passwords" feature. However, those passwords again work for any service, and are hard to remember.
May
25
comment How to password protect an email in Gmail?
@Cawas: It isn't very complicated to use once you grasp the concepts of public-key crypto and Web of Trust. However, the installation might be confusing: GPG itself is command-line and can't deal with mail. There are a couple of key management GUIs and plugins for mail clients, even bundled into a single GPG4Win package, but even the size of said package is scary. Downloading GPG + Thunderbird + Enigmail can be much easier, IMHO; everything can then be done inside Thunderbird.
May
25
comment How to password protect an email in Gmail?
@Cawas: What about it?
May
24
comment How to password protect an email in Gmail?
@JL01: Most people wouldn't be too happy to store their private keys on Google's servers (see also: Hushmail). And client (browser)-side implementations would be far too slow. Even writing a 486 emulator in JavaScript is far simpler than the whole OpenPGP suite.
May
24
comment How to password protect an email in Gmail?
It's especially vulnerable if you keep the punctuation and upper/lower case. For example, "mhy'tx" can be narrowed down to a couple of plaintexts in English.