Day: February 6, 2014

Swiss govt tightens computer security amid NSA spying concernsBig Brother

Swiss govt tightens computer security amid NSA spying concerns

Citing worries about foreign surveillance efforts, the government of Switzerland has ordered tighter control methods on its own computer and
GCHQ secret unit uses DDOS attack tactics against Anonymous – Snowden leakInteresting News

GCHQ secret unit uses DDOS attack tactics against Anonymous – Snowden leak

British intelligence has its own hacker subdivision that uses questionable practices for hunting down enemies of the state, reveals a
UN grills Vatican over cleric pedophilesInteresting News

UN grills Vatican over cleric pedophiles

The UN Human Rights Committee has blamed the Vatican for indulging longstanding policies enabling priests to sexually abuse children, and
Snipers Attacked A Silicon Valley Power Station Last Year And Nobody Told UsTerrorism

Snipers Attacked A Silicon Valley Power Station Last Year And Nobody Told Us

Around 1 a.m. on April 16th last year, a team of attackers cut phone likes and took out 17 power
​Struggling US Postal Service looks to bitcoin for new revenueEconomy & Money

​Struggling US Postal Service looks to bitcoin for new revenue

Amid a rise in popularity of cryptocurrency, the financially floundering US Postal Service is considering the possibility of adding a
Syrian Electronic Army hacks into Facebook’s domainMore News

Syrian Electronic Army hacks into Facebook’s domain

The Syrian Electronic Army, a hacker group supportive of Syrian President Bashar Assad, claimed Tuesday it managed to hack Facebook.com,
Obama’s deputy drug czar admits marijuana is less dangerous than alcoholMore News

Obama’s deputy drug czar admits marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol

United States President Barack Obama’s deputy drug czar admitted this week that weed isn’t as harmful as alcohol, but in
New North Korean OS goes all Mac – reportRandom News

New North Korean OS goes all Mac – report

The club of Mac OS X lovers has gained an unlikely member: North Korea. The country’s new operating system has