Hackers, many of them convicted criminals, congregate in secretive chatrooms called "IRC channels", where they discuss their misdeeds and plot future cyberattacks
In this article, I explain why CLAs and CAs are bad ideas and what we ought to be doing instead. In obedience to custom, at this point I issue the ritual disclaimer “I am not a lawyer”, but one does not have to be a lawyer to understand the law and game out the ways CLAs and CAs fail to achieve their intended purpose. And, I have researched these failure modes with both lawyers and executives that have literally billions of dollars at stake around IP violations.
— Eric S. Raymond
Coin Telegraph burying the lede... William Shatner literally told Craig Wright to shut up.
Ron Rivest, the R from RSA, on block chain voting:
"Block chain is the wrong security technology for voting. It's like bringing a combination lock to a kitchen fire."
jfc, another Intel vuln
Good news: Nevada ditched The Caucus App that (allegedly) put results in the app developer's Google Drive
Bad news: Nevada's planning on using, I shit you not, a Google Form
Just don't have that much of weaponiced Tech around my business
How would you prevent an Edward Snowden-style data breach in your organization if you were the Cybersecurity Director?
Guys, stop paying for virtualization. VMWare is trash.
Just by the way, nothing will get voter turnout quite like ads saying "So-and-so is trying to take your $popularApp"
Hacker, comedian, RED Scout fan, gold Ekko one-trick. Watching them sorting debris.
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