Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for Oct 7

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the thinker phone guy via gifporn on Facebook

Is the week over? Are we there yet, kittens?

We at The Cryptosphere Global HQ are somewhat distracted lately. Between hardware crashes and CMS’s failing to M, let alone Control S, we’re about fed up with technology lately, and if we see The Cloud, we’ll expect it to rain on us and not in a good way.

As well, we have to admit we’re looking forward to our one-week vacation coming up Monday, and we may be neglecting our usual cyberwar and hacktivism research in favour of perusing pumpkin ales on Pinterest and selecting the perfect oxblood colour for our sweater and matching leaf-scuffing boot ensemble, but we’ll try to focus long enough to deliver the top news headlines today.

To the headlines! With a steaming hot pumpkin spice latte, harmonizing beautifully with this fabulous oxblood sweater I just bought on Amazon. Where was I?

Oh, right, focusing!

US Cyber Command floats $460m contract to outsource most of itself: WW3 will be fought by mercenariescontractors (TheRegister)

For the love of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, please stop stop sending Barrett Brown Jonathan Franzen novels! (TheBarrettBrownReviewofArtsAndLettersAndPrison)

DoD taking stabs at phishing attempts (C4ISR)

Tech searches for a solution as data privacy deal collapses (Bloomberg)

How to do image steganography on Linux (HowToForge)

Can we shape the robot revolution? (MIT)

The price of the Internet of Things will be a vague dread of a malicious world (HelpNet)

The Dyreza Trojan is now targeting the IT supply chain (SCMagazine)

Can Crowdfunding Save This Town from White Supremacy? (Gizmodo)

Russian Hackers Target Industrial Control Systems: US Intel Chief (SecurityWeek)

What’s in a boarding pass bar code? A lot! (Krebs)

Bitcoin hits highest price since August (CoinDesk)

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Categories: Activism, Bitcoin, Crime, Cyber, Hackers, Hacktivism, Media, News, Politics

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