An exclusive interview with the admin of Darkdotfail on the man in the middle attack which stole the site for four days.
This review of the BBC’s “Cybercrimes” documentary series is by the talented, entertaining, and really, really angry Matthew D. Phelan. Upon re-reading this empassioned screed, our humble scribe re-watched a few episodes, thinking, “It can’t really be as bad as… Read More ›
No, contrary to a sudden flurry of loosely-sourced articles in the hacker and Muslim press, Hamza Bendelladj aka Bx1, spammer and co-creator of the SpyEye virus, has not been sentenced to death by a US jury. In fact, he hasn’t… Read More ›
It’s that time of year, kittens: the time when we pack up the Cray, break out the cutoffs, and head to glorious Victoria, BC, to present a talk at Social Media Camp, the premiere conference of its kind in Canada,… Read More ›
Well, we don’t know what your 2014 was like, but ours was a daily and endless reminder that Eris is the most patient, enduring, and irresistible god. It was an unceasing progression of chaos, during which we only achieved equilibrium… Read More ›
#Anonymous, #Sony, #Hackers and Other Hashtags: The Cryptosphere Editor Lorraine Murphy on the John, Paul and Mic Show
Well, this was fun. Basically, I love podcasts because I don’t have to comb my hair; hell, sometimes I don’t even have to get out of my pajamas. For the John, Paul and Mic show, however, I had to be… Read More ›
In the Visigothian swathe of destruction the FBI wrought throughout the Darkweb with last week’s takedowns of 400 URLs (27 actual websites), one casualty may have been overlooked. Because it was not on the Darkweb at all. Cyberguerrilla.org is a… Read More ›