This is a terrific interview of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange by the terrific interviewer Jian Ghomeshi of CBC’s Q. Naturally, the hook is that Assange’s new book, When Google Met WikiLeaks, is out and he’s drumming up some interest in the… Read More ›
Kingpin: How One Hacker Took Over the Billion-Dollar Cybercrime Underground is the story of a morally ambiguous protagonist who was never, not for one second, morally ambiguous in his own mind. The story of a man who stole tens of… Read More ›
Welcome to Friday, kittens! We made it! Neither hacking attempts, nor lame-o hate mail, nor the NSA, GCHQ, or Royal Canuckian Mounted Police could stop us this first week of September. Having luxuriated in probably the first Labour Day I’ve… 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 ›
“The Great Spycatcher of Fleet Street.” Damn, doesn’t that have a ring to it? He had another, equally awesome nickname: “The Lone Wolf of Fleet Street.” You never heard of this man, and you already think he’s the shizznit, don’t… 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.
You too, eh?
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 ›
It’s been a long week, full of plane crashes, buck passing, spies, spooks, hackers, Anons, and Ceiling Cat alone knows what else. Here’s our last roundup for this week, something to enjoy while you lounge poolside, or peruse idly as… Read More ›