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Shodan, the scariest search engine on the Internet.
"Steve Seagal is an actor. That's it. Why don't we also have Clint Eastwood and Chuck Norris and Bruce Willis come out and train them too while we're at it," Campbell said.
"The world is not sliding, but galloping into a new transnational dystopia."
Security experts have discovered a new data-stealing virus dubbed Flame they say has lurked inside thousands of computers across the Middle East for as long as five years as part of a sophisticated cyber warfare campaign.
Officials said the uniforms were used by Mexican drug cartels to set up road blocks and carry out kidnappings.
Go make some noise about this before you're screwed "notwithstanding any other provision of law."
Buy your telescreen today! Submit voluntarily to your leaders!
For educational purposes only.
As part of Project Mayhem, AntiSec hackers destroyed and defaced the official site for the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA). Although it has been "wiped off the net," AntiSec dumped email and contact info for California and New York law enforcement groups.
In many ways, the technology behind the site merely recreates in a publicly searchable way what the entertainment industry has been doing for years: It tracks and records information that users share when they download and upload files on public peer-to-peer file-trading networks.
Lookin' like The FOX is heartily chicken.
Hundreds of files said to be revealing countries' Big Brother tactics to spy on citizens, have been published by WikiLeaks.
What a freaking knucklehead.
Another "security expert" ruins his own reputation.
The government malware can, unchecked by a judge, load extensions by remote control, to use the trojan for other functions, including but not limited to eavesdropping. This complete control over the infected PC - owing to the poor craftsmanship that went into this trojan - is open not just to the agency that put it there, but to everyone. It could even be used to upload falsified "evidence" against the PC's owner, or to delete files, which puts the whole rationale for this method of investigation into question.
If your email inbox or spam folder has ever received messages from shady Nigerian princes or ebullient Viagra salesmen, chances are it was sent there care of the Kelihos botnet, a massive network of infected computers that sends around 3.8 billion spam emails every day.
Attackers have compromised a number of servers at kernel.org that house the Linux kernel source code and were able to modify a number of files and log user activity on the machines. However, it appears right now as though the Linux source code repositories were not affected by the attack.
What a meepy domscheit.
Sifting through Bin Laden's bits.
'If it feels like new Apple products appear futuristic, it is because Apple really is sending back technology from the future."
Fed up with North Korea provoking it, South Korea is considering nuclear weapons.
Internal emails show PR campaign was launched to protect UK nuclear plans after tsunami in Japan
China is frequently described as the biggest cyber warfare threat to the West. The truth might be a little different.
A previously unseen Chinese drone is spotted by the US and Japanese militaries.
Harper, wants to pass a bill that would essentially force ISP's to monitor all real-time internet activity and keep logs so that law enforcement can reference them to stop and prevent crimes as well as incriminate. All this without warrant and the expenses passed to the citizens. Canadians will essentially be paying for their own invasion of privacy.
Why an ex-White House cyber security tsar is all wrong about China
How an American nuclear submarine came within metres of crashing into rocks off Plymouth with 'catastrophic' consequences
Our Lulz Lizard battle fleet is now declaring immediate and unremitting war on the freedom-snatching moderators of 2011.
We accept your threats, NATO. Game on, losers.
The Obama administration is leading a global effort to deploy 'shadow- Internet and mobile phone systems that dissidents can use to undermine repressive governments that seek to silence them by censoring or shutting down telecommunications networks.
Anonymous has issued a response to a recent NATO report, warning NATO not to challenge it.
15-day research cruise now underway to measure radioactivity in the ocean off Japan.
Not the best PR in the world...
Google and Western media misleading public over IP addresses
A working replica of the Tunny machine, a computer that cracked secret Nazi messages in World War II, has been completed by engineers at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire using discarded blueprints.
China's military has been focusing on an area-denial strategy. Could U.S. drones overcome this?
An interesting slice of aviation history
With the federal government hitting its $14.3-trillion debt limit, Treasury officials have started a complex fiscal juggling act to postpone the date when the government can no longer pay its bills.
The domeepents discuss a tool called a "web bug" or a "Computer and Internet Protocol Address Verifier" (CIPAV), which seems to have been in use since at least 2001.
In a world overflowing with dumb ideas, this one was extraordinarily stupid.
An interview with Charlie Miller and Dino Dai Zovi, co-authors of 'The Mac Hacker's Handbook- about Apple security and how to compromise it.
Your iPhone is tracking every move you make...
Because an IED to the nuggets is just no fun.
Proposal for one secure online ID, at least for the yanks.
The incestuous nature of corporations, through such as Epsilon, just might be their Achilles Heel.
On Monday President Obama received an award for transparency, which ironically was given to him during a closed, unannounced meeting.
Well, i guess it beats throwing the stuff away.
Knives, guns, watches, repelling rope, flashlight, firesticks...