Happy Monday, kittens! We’ve got the latest on prison death cults from Barrett Brown, Vint Cerf, who basically invented the internet, on the future of the internet, when good people put bad things on Facebook (Facebook hides them), your policing tax dollars at work (cooking meth, blowing up government property), a new twist on the old DDoS attack, the Return of Jihadi John, and more!
And, yes, more Ashley Madison news. That hack just keeps on putting out.
Santa Muerte, Full of Grace (TheBarrettBrownReviewOfArtsAndLetters)
The Future of the Internet, According to Its Father (PopularScience)
Facebook and the Tyranny of the “Like” in a Difficult World (TheMessage)
Police Lieutenant Pleads Out to Blowing Up a High Tech Government Lab White Cooking Meth (USAHitman)
Police Routinely Use Stingrays to Solve Petty Crimes (USAToday)
Download o’ the day: Coalition Contributions to Countering the Islamic State (CongressionalResearchService)
DDoS attacks enter new frontier with Portmapper (SCMagazine)
Jihad John: I’ll Return To Britain To Behead Again (Townhall)
Ashley Madison, facing nearly $600,000 in lawsuits, offers $500,000 reward for info on hackers (Krebs)
China arrests 15,000 for cybercrime (CNN)
How to stop a domestic abuser stalking you via your smartphone (GrahamCluley)
Police atypically announce suicides, refuse to confirm or give details, claim it’s Ashley Madison hack fallout (BBC) Which leads me to believe they never happened, and are just being used as a moral scare tactic. Police in Canada do not generally announce suicides, much less attribute causality.
Using Two-Factor Authentication Safely (DeepDotWeb)
British government releases MI5 file on little-known Cold War spy (IntelNews)
Fourth Circuit upholds harsh piracy punishment against Eighth Amendment challenge (WaPo)
Top Mainstream Media Bitcoin Fails (CoinDesk)
Categories: Bitcoin, Crime, Cyber, Hackers, Interwebbed, Media, News, Politics, Privacy, Security
Well, tell us what you think!