Interwebbed: Top Cyber and Crypto News for Monday
Welcome to your week. Somebody was surely shot over the weekend, but as far as we know there haven’t been any riots over it, so this week is already better than last week, right? Right? Clutching at straws here, people.
Here’s what DID happen when you were off wallowing in Margaritaville. Or was that just me?
Is massive DNS hack responsible for Charter Internet outage? (NetworkWorld)
OpIsrael, still hacking strong (Pastebin)
Gun Safety, Self Defense, and Road Marches – Finding an ISIS Training Camp (Bellingcat)
PlayStation Network Suffers DDOS Attack, Hackers Claim To Have Grounded SOE President’s Plane (TechCrunch)
We wanted the web for free – but the price is deep surveillance (Guardian)
Red Hook’s Cutting-Edge Wireless Network (NYT)
Russian imperialism good, Scottish imperialism bad (Dealbreaker)
Bitcoin-themed phishing campaign creates quite a stir (HelpNetSecurity)
Donetsk’s Rebel Leader Is Now an Unsexy Erotic Fiction Character. Is this fan fiction or counter-propaganda? (WarIsBoring)
Cell-Phone Data Might Help Predict Ebola’s Spread (MIT)
Featured Image via Daniele Zanni on Flickr
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