Well, as you can see from the above, we’ve something of a SITUATION on our hands here at the Cryptosphere, so without further preamble, we hereby present the top cyber and crypto stories on the Interwebs. Enjoy! And wish us luck!
Got your resume in fighting trim? Always poking your nose where it doesn’t belong? If so, we’ve found your dream job: At NSA, knowing cyberspace matters. As a cyber professional, you will become a part of a tradition of excellence,… Read More ›
TGIF say I, you, the Houmaine Family, and that poor sap at the State Department whose talking points got leaked all over the interwebs yesterday. We know you’re in a rush to get to the cabin, the cottage, or the… 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 ›
This week just gets crazier and crazier, people! After everyone got back from HOPE X looks like they all decided to release those reports they’d been sitting on, so we have quite a miscellany for you today; from a car hacking manual to the latest on the most-dragged-out-death-since-Boromir case of MtGox.
Send us material venal cowards dare not publish — see note below about perfidy of pols, lawyers, journalists, NGOs. You owe it to the fucked over public or shut your shop. John Young, Cryptome.org Who doesn’t want your money? Cryptome.org,… Read More ›
HOPE X, which took place in New York this past weekend, is one of the premiere events of the hacker calendar. The Cryptosphere correspondent Douglas Lucas was there, presenting on a panel, schmoozing over sushi, sneaking into the press room,… Read More ›
Here we (I) are (am) talking forest fires, Jeremy Hammond, the nature of “Anonymous” as an idea, the diversity of revolution, the tendency of government to retain and escalate control rather than to give it up, whether or not Snowden… Read More ›
This is a playlist (sorry, it’s the best we could find) of private investigator Steve Rambam‘s classic talk Privacy is Dead. The talk has depressed and inspired and startled security experts for years, and once again Rambam’s (newly updated) talk… Read More ›
It’s that time again, kittens. That time where we dredge up anything interesting that happened today on the internet and steal it to post here. Pop a Jolt or Tab, don your Dataglove, and prepare to jack these stories directly… Read More ›