Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for Nov 20
a last one for the road by paolobarzman on Flickr
TG to the IF, kittens! Another week draws to a close and then, in three days: CYBER MONDAY! Yes, it’s the cyberest day of the year, when every little boy and girl, and every grown man and woman, steals to the computer for the traditional four hour webchat session, as always hastily closed when Mom walks into the room.
We have a tradition at the Cryptosphere, and that’s to start the morning with a whole lotta meaty links. And sausage. That too. It’s traditional.
Download o’ the Day: Keys under doormats: mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications (JournalOfCybersecurity)
Anonymous claims 20,000 TANGODOWNS of ISIS Twitter accounts (Ghostbin)
ISIS gets one CtrlSec Twitter account suspended (Twitter)
911 called after photographer’s tripod mistaken for weapon (PetaPixel)
eBay scammer steals identity of special agent investigating him: He might get 20 years to boast about that one (TheRegister) BAHAHAHAHAHA
Child sex offenders largest group of offenders in military prisons (RT)
Beautiful math nerdery and random numbers (Medium)
Federal legislation targets swatting (Krebs)
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