No. No, you are not. The month-old AnonSec 101/SteelBAileY account has uploaded a new 11-minute video to YouTube, focused on how-to’s for Operational Security (OpSec) at protests, in “civilian” life, and online. And it is terrifying. UPDATE: Thanks to commenter… Read More ›
Month: January 2015
Good morning, kittens! The Cryptosphere is properly caffeinated, freshly showered, fed, watered, walked, and coming to you live from the complete opposite of a basement, so all is clearly right with the world. Rats Can Be Smarter Than People… Read More ›
Today General Lloyd J. Austin III, commander of CENTCOM, posted to CENTCOM’s Facebook page a letter to CENTCOM members and supporters apologizing for the pro-ISIS Twitter and YouTube hack yesterday. The letter did not specifically assign blame or describe the… Read More ›
Ooooh, a Long Lost Art story. We love those. We don’t really believe any of them (particularly this one) but we love them all the same. Yeah, right, buried in the back yard for decades. Yep, pull the other one.
Not that this is a conflict of interest at all, but it’s the worst conflict of interest I think we’ve ever seen. As if payday loan clients weren’t already screwed, this guy will charge you to throw you into the… Read More ›
The Cluetrain Manifesto is one of the fundamental documents of the internet, whether you like it or not; that’s a contentious statement because the Cluetrain Manifesto is about selling things. It’s a marketing manifesto, not a political one, and thus… Read More ›
Good Monday, kittens! Hope you are able to see it through with real, caffeinated coffee, unlike your humble editor here. If the links get progressively less interesting, blame it on the decaf. ‘I AM NOT CHARLIE’: Leaked Newsroom E-mails Reveal… Read More ›
An excellent guide to the Charlie Hebdo and related attacks in Paris from Quartz.
Only 950 more lashes to go in the sentence of blogger and citizen journalist Raif Badawi, who had called for liberalization of Saudi Arabia’s increasingly Draconian and repressive laws. Slate reports that the lashes are broken up in this way… Read More ›
Jeremy Hammond, the AntiSec anarchist activist and hacker who liberated the Global Intelligence Files ie about 5 million private emails, passwords, and more, from private intelligence contractor Stratfor and handed them over to WikiLeaks via a series of cloak and… Read More ›