crime

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Duck Duck Go hits 10 billion private searches | Government
If you aren't doing anything wrong, why should you care? A better question is, if you aren't doing anything wrong...why should they care? ...

Duck Duck Go hits 10 billion private searches | Government

U.S. expells 35 Russian diplomats | Crime
President Obama will close 2 Russian facilities in NY and MD and eject 35 Russian Diplomats Penalty for ‘hacking’ US election will also include sanctions Personally, I would rather see a counter-strike that is overwhelmingly disproportionate. But who is to say that won’t happen? While I am disappointed that this didn’t occur when the White House first found out about ...

U.S. expells 35 Russian diplomats | Crime

A little girl on a computer
Don’t sleep… Mmmmm…Pokémon Toyz… 6 year old Ashlynd Howell from Little Rock Arkansas (not pictured above) decided she needed some Pokémon toys, so she wanted to do some shopping. Her mom, Bethany, quietly slept on the couch. Since her device was, ‘protected’, with biometric security, Ashlynd simply lifted her mothers fingerprints while she was snoozing. You snooze, you lose Using ...

Kid hacker pwns Mom for $250 in Pokémon toys | Crime

Fake Galaxy Note 7 WIFI SSID disrupts Virgin flight | The Stupid
Apparently, even the text string “Galaxy Note 7” isn’t allowed on flights. BBC is reporting that some Mensa decided to board a plane with a wireless device broadcasting an SSID named, “Samsung Galaxy Note 7_1097”, causing a disruption mid-flight.  This caused the crew to become concerned as Galaxy Note 7’s have the propensity to spontaneously explode and have been banned on ...

Fake Galaxy Note 7 WIFI SSID disrupts Virgin flight | The Stupid

key flag
The gag on the method isn’t even the most interesting question, although it is baffling why a judge would give the code and the method of the exploit to the criminal, but not allow the developers who coded the browser to fix the vulnerability. I want to know why the FBI burned an exploit…a valuable exploit… ...

FBI pwns TOR|How they screwed up

Verizon Enterprise compromises private contact information on 1.5 Million 
“Our investigation to date found an attacker obtained basic contact information on a number of our enterprise customers.” Verizon will deny that any other business centers…consumer for one, were not affected. They also say no CPNI was disclosed. 41.0679484-112.0495012Propagate your genius and share!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to ...

Verizon Enterprise compromises private contact information on 1.5 Million 

San Bernadino County had a 2 month heads up on Farooks iPhone
So now we know that San Bernadino County had issued the iPhone to the terrorist who killed his co-workers in San Bernadino county. We also know, that they followed the MDM protocol that allowed the county to have access to the AppleID, because they changed the password in order to get access to the iCloud account backup. Once Apple helped ...

San Bernadino County had a 2 month heads up on Farooks iPhone

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