Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for Dec 3

Happy No Mass Shootings So Far Today day, kittens! Assuming you don’t live in Syria, Libya, etc, etc, but if you did you’d probably have better things to do than surf the internet, eh? Just on the off chance, we’ll keep this brief.

Enduring mysteries of the Oklahoma bombing (NewsOK)

Insane Conspiracy Theory o’ the Day: According to the Internet, Aleister Crowley Was George W. Bush’s Grandfather (io9)

Download o’ the Day: The Tao of Programming (Paranormal)

Security Advisory: Dell Foundation Services Remote Information Disclosure (II) (LizardHQ)

Interview: Torture and the CIA (HumanRightsWatch)

Canadian Cops Have a New Plan of Attack Against ‘Political’ Cybercrime and Anonymous (Vice)

The Canadian model fighting ISIS in Syria tells us that they’re easier to defeat than you’d think (BusinessInsider)

Anonymous hackers take down five government websites in whaling protest (Express)

How to Be an Anticapitalist Today (Jacobin)

After Dropbox finds a child porn collector, a chess club stops his knife attack (ArsTechnica)

Pop Culture Is Finally Getting Hacking Right (TheAtlantic)

Predatory Islamic State Wrings Money From Those It Rules (NYT)

Sex, lies and spies: Vatileaks plot thickens (TheLocal)

Men who shot Black Lives Matter protesters left clues on 4Chan and slew of incriminating texts (RawStory)

Despite runaway blimp, lawmakers stand behind troubled missile defense system (LATimes)

Malcom – Malware Communication Analyzer of Network Traffic (HackersOnlineClub)

Brit hardware hacker turns Raspberry Pi Zeros into selfie slayers (TheRegister)

This video makes numbers stations look like Top 40. BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Categories: Activism, Anonymous, Crime, Cyber, Hackers, Hacktivism, ISIS, Jihad, Leaks, News, Politics, Security, Shootings

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