I, Steve Smith, talk about why my show TQA Weekly exists, and how it came to be. I even give you an idea into why it is named the way it is.
Steve Smith answers the question on how colored e-ink works.
Steve Smith talks about the latest malware related incident to be reported relating to GoogleUserContent content delivery network, owned by Google, which is apparently serving malware compromised images.
Steve Smith talks about the latest version of Google Chrome, and how it mitigates the risks of Spectre and Meltdown with Site Isolation.
Steve Smith talks about the RAMpage flaw in Android devices, how it works, the consequences, proof of concept codes, possible hardware solutions, risk mitigation and reality.
Steve Smith explains everything you need to do, and avoid doing, to stay anonymous while using Tor.
Steve Smith talks about the two ways you can use Tor with a VPN, and some of the up and down sides of doing so.
Steve Smith talks about router malware that is the product of our worst nightmares.
Steve Smith talks about three steps you can use to determine if the person calling you works for a legitimate business or not.
Steve Smith talks about the EFF's browser extension Privacy Badger, and what it does to keep your internet experience private.
Steve Smith talks about the idea that your data security should be more important than any police agencies ability to use it against you and others.
Steve Smith discusses which filter options are best for spam prevention in your Gmail or Outlook.com account, and which company has the right idea currently.