With no hacker conference this weekend, the news roundup will be sparser than it has been lately; not so many companies rushing to patch holes featured at presentations, you see. Not so many presenters announcing news bombs like “1.4 billion… Read More ›
Now this is democracy in action! Foreign Policy wants YOU YES YOU to Name! That! Op! From their Gordon Lubold’s daily email roundup: Name that op! Yesterday we noted that the current U.S. military airstrike mission over northern Iraq did… Read More ›
UPDATE: aaaand just as we hit Publish, Anonymous has taken the Ferguson City website and the St Louis County website offline. Anonymous has been busy over the last day or so, working on OpFerguson, the operation designed to bring justice… Read More ›
Well kittens, yesterday we went pretty heavy on Anonymous and #OpFerguson, so today unless something goes sideways we’ll give Fawkes and his folks some space and look at the rest of the interwebs for our news. Security for Journalists, Part… Read More ›
If you see something, say nothing. And drink to forget. Night Vale Wise words, my friends. Wise words. Featured image Strange by Kevin Dooley on Flickr
The Net; you never know what you’re gonna catch. The other day I caught up with ancient-by-internet-standards cinematic classic The Net and was surprised by a) how prescient it was b) the fact that I appear to have become Sandra… Read More ›
It’s a busy, busy week in the Cryptosphere, kittens, so we’ll keep it short, sweet, and cyber. Besides, we’re trying to pretend we’re at Defcon like all the kool kidz.
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It’s a holiday up here in Best Province of Glorious Republic of Canuckistan, so today we’re stocking up on our Vitamin D at the beach. Not to worry: we’d never leave you without reading material. Here is today’s top stories… Read More ›
Almost to the weekend, kittens! And in the scenic province of British Columbia in Glorious Best Republic of Canuckistan, it’s a long weekend at that. So without further preface here are the prices for top crypto and one alt currencies,… Read More ›
“This report tells a story of which no American is proud.” Unnamed, Presumably Now Mortified, US State Department Employee Indeed, the faceless employee was referring to the story of the CIA’s systematic use of torture to interrogate prisoners, but he… Read More ›
As we get over hump day and stagger desperately towards the weekend which shimmers in the distance like the promise of redemption, the international news comes faster and faster, as aides-de-camp (des-camps?) shove press release after press release under the… Read More ›
From the looks of it, today is The Day of that old Aussie/Swedish/Amero-Russian mafia: new leak from WikiLeaks strikes back at the country of their founder, Snowden digs in, The Atlantic dials the mid-90’s, cyberpriest called to Swedish prison,… Read More ›