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The Palm SysRandom RNG was reverse-engineered by Ian Goldberg and documented e.g. in this Password Generator exploit: /* The PalmOS SysRandom() RNG. */ static unsigned int multiplier = 22695477; static unsigned int _seed = 0; short palm_rand (unsigned int new_seed) { if (new_seed) _seed = new_seed; _seed = (_seed * multiplier) + 1; return (...


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The problem is the HTTPS today. There is a huge push to migrate off of HTTP and on to HTTPS. But older machines simply can't do the necessary encryption in time. But much of this can be mitigate off-device by routing through a proxy that takes HTTP traffic on one side (device side), and talks HTTPS out the other (internet side). It's not drag and drop, but ...


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For web pages, you can use the Web rendereing proxy, displaying modern web pages inside a GIF and imagemap. It works well, though Google Captcha often thinks (rightfully) that it is not a human controlling the web browser and won't let you through. For pretty much anything else, you can try to locate a VNC client for your platform, There are clients even for ...


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