This pretty much says it all, eh kittens? "There is no such thing as perfect security, only varying levels of insecurity." –Salman Rushdie — wily (@0x1C) August 17, 2015
An interesting, but arguable, infographic coming to us today from the Financial Times. Is Kevin Mitnick really bigger than the guys that hacked Target, Home Depot, Bebe, and virtually every fast food restaurant in the US? I think he’s just… Read More ›
Congratulations, Facebook! You finally acknowledged peoples’ right to be known by the names they choose. Last week you acceded to demands from the LGBT community and acknowledged that drag queens would be able to have personal profiles under their drag… Read More ›
Welcome to our late afternoon double-stacked linkdump. The Cryptosphere has finally moved into the new offices, shared with an unnamed community radio station, and they are swank indeed. I could podcast to my heart’s content with this setup, if it weren’t heavy… Read More ›
The “Ginger Discount” should be a real thing. Aw heck, I’d give him the discount just for the sheer audacity of this scheme. Social engineering at its finest.
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 ›
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 ›
All’s fair in love, war, and the Cryptosphere, kittens. Today we’ve got a Bitcoin and Middle East-rich roundup that includes the evergreen “How to Own a Police Car” handbook. What could POSSIBLY go wrong? Look, there IS TOO money in… Read More ›