Happy Tuesday, kittens! It’s a cyber-and-politico-heavy news roundup day today, so settle in with a cup of something comforting, jack in, and prepare for your mega newsdump. Make These 4 Assumptions about Cybersecurity (JDSupra) Deadline approaching: crime reporting contest (IJNet)… Read More ›
Month: November 2014
This should end well. Team System DZ, the pro-ISIS hacker crew, have been on something of a tear in recent weeks, defacing literally hundreds of websites and posting its garbled jihadi message. We first reported on them when they took… Read More ›
Possibly related to the previous story? Co-ordinated attacks on cloud based services like BoA internet banking and Comcast’s X1 could have the same effect as bombing bridges, although the downtime is in hours instead of months.
Have you got your alibi in place, kittens? BoA has been a leading hacker and hacktivist target for years. WikiLeaks still has what they call the BoA files.
From Aussie comedian, reverend, and Julian Assange co-star Sean Bedlam comes today’s Crypto-Affirmation: We attached a GoPro to your sense that everything is spiralling into nothing. — Rev. Sean Bedlam (@seanbedlam) November 2, 2014 Strikes the right note for Monday,… Read More ›
In lieu of our regular Numbers column of poetic news commentary, we present this powerful commentary on racism in America via Moorbey.
A fascinating look at how war can change a city’s destiny. Scroll down the main page of The Cryptosphere to see a compelling essay from a journalist embedded with the Ukranian troops at the airport itself.
A very clever, very useful do-goodery project that includes electronic components: a solar charger for a lamp, also included, so the children can do their homework even after sunset. We need more projects like this!