OpenVizsla would leave proprietary systems of all kinds using USB, like the Apple iOS iPhone and the Microsoft Kinect, open to jailbreaks, unlocks and syncing apps of all kinds
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Yesterday I received a Yoggie Pico Pro personal security appliance for review. This is a new Linux-based security computer that's the size and shape of a USB flash drive. The idea is that rather than run security apps on your PC, have them all running on the Yoggie instead. Nice idea, but how well does it work in practice?
Sure, you can assemble a number of individual applications and install them on a USB drive but Portable Apps Suite has done all the hard work for you. Unzip a single file and you're ready to roll.
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