* Posts by noSPicedhAM

3 posts • joined 24 Jul 2008

Android tethering app tossed


T-Mobile Uk G1 data tariff always proscribed tethering

The variant of data tariff that T-Mobile Uk specifically supplies with the Android G1 has excluded the use of handset as modem [or the associated contract sim in a usb modem stick] since the launch of the device.

Removing any tethering apps from the store is the logical pursuit of their prohibition.

3 pledges 14.4Mb/s HSDPA in 2010


T-mobile: sharing the [network] pain

Temporarily seconded to 5 miles from Manchester, 50ft from the transmitter - 128Kbps down/1.5Mbps up. Unless it's 2am-11am weekdays, when 3Mbps has been noted, the upload speed is virtually always faster than down. Post-4.30pm and weekends, lucky to achieve 225Kbps down. Then there's the apparent traffic shaping to speed up webpage loading; and all this before the ongoing network-sharing with 3.

Oh, and just for general reference, O2 [home] Broadband is now utterly-overcontended at the local exchange too.

Exploit code for Kaminsky DNS bug goes wild


teabagged ...

T-Mobile Uk [mobile broadband] name server currently "appears vulnerable to dns cache poisoning", according to http://www.doxpara.com Dns Checker.


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