Welcome to StuartRyan.com

Welcome to Stuart Ryan.com. I was finding that I had so many different sites on the net that I needed somewhere that consolidated all my latest work in one place.

Hence was born my new house on the internet StuartRyan.com. Please feel free to have a look below for the latest articles that I have written on my blogs and further below for my latest tweets.

If you would like you can contact me via the link above or poke me via @StuartCRyan on Twitter.
  • Support the new Domains (gTLDs) November 23, 2014
    Some time ago I put together the website SupportTheNew.Domains. I put this together after I suffered many websites, applications and vendors not supporting the new gTLDs. Some vendors have been great in jumping on the issue quickly, while others have been slow to respond (and others have outright ignored communication). If you are using a […]
  • CVE-2014-4451 – Apple iOS bug allowing unlimited incorrect pin attempts November 18, 2014
    A bug that would allow unlimited incorrect pin attempts on any iOS device is enough to make a lot of people’s toes curl. Unfortunately that is what I found when I recently stumbled upon an iPhone lockscreen bug allowing me to do just that. On the 28th September 2014 I raised a bug with Apple which […]
  • Vivid Wireless Coupon 2014 – Get your first month FREE! May 13, 2014
    Vivid Wireless has made many appearances on my blog historically and I still keep an active account so I can use my mobile hotspot when I am in the Sydney CBD. To keep this short and sweet Vivid Wireless has just updated their referral program to bring it into 2014 so the old “email address” […]
  • Shoeboxed Australia increasing prices from 1st June 2014 May 6, 2014
    Following my recent review of Shoeboxed (in which I have to admit I was amazed with the service) I have just received an email indicating that price changes are coming and on the Classic plan which is a great plan for those of you that would like to use it for personal use, this brings an ~25% increase […]
  • Could bugs like Heartbleed pose issues for biometric authentication? April 16, 2014
    Could a future bug, with similar implications to that of Heartbleed cause major concern to the future use of biometric security? Following the critical Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL, and reading countless articles online (see below for a few) an interesting conundrum came to my mind. As we now know, there are three requirements to overcome the […]