The last couple of days have seen the launch and explosive proliferation of a Firefox add-on called Firesheep. It's an incredibly simple program that snoops unsecured Wi-Fi packets to grant you one-click masquerading of other users: if you log into Facebook at the local coffee shop, someone can use Firesheep to become you. Seriously, you can go along to any location with an unsecured Wi-Fi network ...
OK, bear with me on this one. No, underwear isn't something you can download. Well, maybe from vending machines in Japan, but you know what I mean... But as a man who knows how to do little things like, say, wash my own clothes and go shopping, I'm a little offended by the idea behind Manpacks. Sign up, fork over your credit card info, and you'll never have to worry about remembering to buy ...
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