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[7 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

Z-Wave hacking is very device-dependent. Some Z-Wave devices support encryption, which is good. The problem is that some of those devices implement it incorrectly and actually expose the encryption keys. While this is still more secure than having no security, it’s obviously open to attack by any ill-intentioned person with the right hardware.
Securing a Z-Wave system isn’t straightforward like a typical home network since every device doesn’t support the same protocol. We would need to know every Z-Wave device in the home, and then we would need to research each one to see which of …


[23 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]
Secure Passwords (Pt. 6)

beyond just security, the password manager route is a very handy solution. Having all your accounts handy on all your devices and being able to simply logon with the once strong password is a very convenient route indeed.


[20 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]
Secure Passwords (Pt. 5)

Of course the chances are your passwords aren’t real secure to begin with and all this process is doing is keeping a secure record of bad passwords. This is a great time to do some housekeeping and 1Password makes it very easy.


[9 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]
Secure Passwords (Pt. 3)

Having your username and password compromised from one website is inconvenient. Having multiple sites compromised (financial institutions, email), that’s scary.


[22 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Yes, yet another Sound Bar…

So how do I write a new blog on yet another Sound Bar? Aren’t there enough of these things around already?
Perhaps this one is different…after all this is the first Sound Bar type speaker developed by B&W (Bowers and Wilkins). B&W as you may or may not know is a very famous speaker manufacturer from England known the world over for two things.


[21 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
The new Klipsch are here!… part 2

Ok, I know I already made a quick note about the new Klipsch reference series…we are all very happy with them already.
At the end of the blog I mentioned the new RF7II was coming in October and how we were all very excited about its return.

Well, to my great surprise we got our first pair yesterday. We u-boxed them and hooked them up right away and started playing them and breaking them in. I am happy to report in only 24 hours…they are everything we loved about the old RF7 and better in …


[24 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
The business of used audio gear

Ask the Advisors is now, and has been for some time in the business of buying, selling, and trading used Audio gear…

Really you ask?
Yes really, but I thought I would re-visit it for all you avid readers of mine. Although we have been doing this for years, the problem is that sometimes there just is not very much cool gear being offered to us; which is part of why I am writing this blog. We want more interesting and important older Audio gear to be offered to us, so I am going onto …


[17 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]
Sneak Preview of 85″ Panasonic Plasma Display

The industry’s first 85-inch, full HD 1080p Plasma, the TH-85PF12U takes advantage of Panasonic’s Neo PDP technology, touting slimmer, lighter weight and brighter displays with lower power consumption.


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