Good morning, kittens! Still recovering from our 34 link dump from yesterday? Well, there there, today we’ll go a little easier on you. And besides, looks like most hackers (or at least most hacker reporters) took most of Tuesday off. We only have 22 links for you today.
Venti-sized beverage at the ready? Chair in upright position? Bladder empty? Excellent. Let’s begin, shall we?
Mitnick’s super-cheesy looking website wants $100k minimum per sale (AbsoluteExchange, gee, I wonder what you mix it with? It goes down rough)
Cyber attack: JAL customers’ data compromised (EturboNews)
Introducing Dystopia Tracker (Medium)
Illegal, Immoral, and Mood-Altering: How Facebook and OkCupid Broke the Law When They Experimented on Users (also Medium, but way too good to pass up)
UK Banks get cyber attack early warning system (ComputerWeekly)
How to win friends and influence people in the digital age (BusinessInsider)
Federal Regulators Force Shutdown of Fake Bitcoin-Mining Operation (National Journal)
As cyber force grows, manpower details emerge (MarineCorpsTimes)
The Chinese War Machine (WarIsBoring)
Featured Image Truchet by Andreas Koberle on Flickr