Well kittens, yesterday we went pretty heavy on Anonymous and #OpFerguson, so today unless something goes sideways we’ll give Fawkes and his folks some space and look at the rest of the interwebs for our news. Security for Journalists, Part… Read More ›
Month: August 2014
Well, hell, with all the Anonymousity around here today, it’d be the perfect day to feature Anoncoin. Unfortunately, we were ahead of our time and already did that a week ago. So we’re going with random today and have found… Read More ›
5% of twitter usesr are spam? That’s pretty low. Pretty sure it’s a lot higher than that.
Since the Saturday shooting of unarmed teenager Mike Brown at the hands of an as-yet-unnamed Ferguson police officer, operatives within Anonymous have been working to bring what they see as justice to Ferguson and its citizens. And, not incidentally, its… Read More ›
Yesterday, thanks to interviews and articles about OpFerguson, we had our second-busiest day and entirely forgot to do our cryptocurrency price roundup; in return, we promise to take a look at the effect of Anonymous operations on cryptocurrency prices…. Read More ›
Given society’s focus on controlling the People via pleasure rather than via pain, we await with pleasure the no doubt soon-to-come “brief history of inappropriately invoking Aldous Huxley.”
When the Ferguson, Missouri police fatally shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown (hands in the air when shot, according to witnesses), they did what Israel hadn’t been able to do in weeks: they took the focus of Anonymous off Gaza and… Read More ›
A mega-roundup from a mega-weekend! Black Hat is over, long live Defcon (at least till Monday, that is), and we’ll always have the hangovers to remember them by. Here’s a particularly-juicy roundup of stories; some long reads, some short, and… Read More ›
Just what it says on the tin: A DIY guide for those who don’t want to wait for whisleblowers. This is The Real Thing, people, so leave your pearl-clutching at the door and get ready for shit to get real…. Read More ›
Wow, who knew the cryptocurrency market was so popular among retro-footwear enthusiasts? Seriously, I’m sure I had at least two pairs of those shoes in the 80’s. WHERE DID YOU FIND THEM CALL ME PEOPLE???? Ah, the heady days of… Read More ›
This sounds so much like a crazy science fiction movie that I have no doubt it will soon become one, even though it’s true. Except all the main characters will suddenly become attractive teenagers.
If you see something, say nothing. And drink to forget. Night Vale Wise words, my friends. Wise words. Featured image Strange by Kevin Dooley on Flickr
Black Hat USA is the no-holds-or-hacks-barred annual conference that brings together some of the biggest names in infosec with some of the biggest names in hacking. But not all, because some are still hung over from HOPE. It’s… Read More ›