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Internet chat rooms are becoming more and more a significant part of an ever-increasing online life, especially for new generations.  As we all know, there is an ever rising number of children that are in danger of being targeted by Pedophiles and other undesirables through chat rooms and other social media platforms that are becoming […]

Ode to the dawn of the twilight Nothing much happened today. Nothing much at all. Congress did some stuff. Whatever. Well maybe not exactly whatever. See, there was formerly an uncodified mandate that ISPs (the mega corps that provide you with internet service) not do things like sift through, store and sell your browsing data. […]

Most people work hard day in and day out for the ability to relish in the fruits of their labor. However it is unfortunate that some take advantage of those hard workers by soliciting them out of their hard earned money with online fraud scams. Scammers access the oblivious in a plethora of different ways, […]

Why We Can Stop Missiles But Not Hackers Hackers present both the public and private sector with some very unique challenges. Unlike traditional threats, which are often presented in very black and white terms, hackers are notoriously adaptable to new security measures and tend to discover vulnerabilities as fast as developers can fix them. Their […]

This article examines Andrew “weev” Aurenheimer’s case in between his conviction and his victory on appeal.  He was convicted of aggravated identity theft and sentenced to 41 months in federal prison.  He served 19 months before his release after his appeal.  weev, via his company “Goatse Security” found a gaping hole in AT&T’s original iPad […]