It's been some time since I have been experiencing some unknown logins to my system/devices with no traces left every time. There has been no materialistic loss; I believe the logins have been made solely for the purpose of knowing my activities or reading my messages; so looks like it is from someone who knows me or wants to know me. However today I do get a mail from google on an unknown device having logged into, my another Google account as well. I do have heard from a guy working in Cisco about the ethical hacking being thought of in their company. I understand Cisco being a networking company cannot exist without hacking being used. But then I wonder how such companies which require ethical hacking for their work, ensure it's not being misused. hmmmm ........ Technology comes with its boon and bane :( Happy I understand technology; unhappy that many who understand technology do not understand ethics.
9:15 A M, Saturday morning, I was looking out for a parking slot for my bi-cycle near the grocery store. Not that there was lack of space for parking; but that I was concerned about the cycle. If there is one thing that these corona pandemic days have made me heartily happy about, it has to be the less occupied streets and easily available parking place. I could not have imagined Malleshwaram lanes open for placing your car close to your shopping destination; nor could I have thought of Bengaluru roads being almost vacant during peak hours. Pandemic has really turned few impossible into possible. Now, back to the cycle, I spotted a safe place for it. I went to this enthusiastic man in his may be 50-ies, selling sprouts of different pulses, placed on a small yet broad stool, sitting on a foldable chair. Looking at me walking to him with the cycle, he questioned "Which pulses madam?". I smiled and answered "No, sorry, I don't need the pulses for today, but need a f