Does Shodan HQ keep logs over time?
Does Shodan HQ keep logs over time?
So, I only have one. Do I still qualify for the poll?
Does everything really need to be connected to the Internet?
Let's through money at it, instead of fixing even the most basic compliance issues the
Wish they spent the money on OPM..........
I remember when the technician in this article was being called out as paranoid and many did not believe it.
Unfortunately too true.
Oh but you get to pay for a new version of Office....... so not totally free.
Amen. Watch 'Deep Web' and you will find the truth. The truth is, the government's case would have fallen apart if the defense was allowed to question witnesses, including experts, but alas, that was not going to happen.
Reasonable doubt is there in my mind. Look beyond the hype and actually how the case was handled. Scary stuff.
Love Interviews like this, but less background noise would have made it easier to follow.
Thanks for the interview though, lots of good info!
We let someone go based on this alone.
"(1998) Beginning in June, the Energy Department plans to haul nuclear waste from 41 foreign countries by rail through California, Nevada, Utah and Idaho for temporary storage at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory. Plans call for the shipments to begin in Concord, Calif."
At least it was protested against, any bets the trips went as scheduled maybe a little later?
A little more Google-fu and you can read about all the nuclear WAHEADS being TRUCKED around the U.S.
How did I start?
Age 6 - taking apart any old electronics. old radios, walkie talkies, whatever
Age 11 - Commodore 64 and IBM PC XT comes to the house
Age 12 - learn how to solder, mostly unsoldering components from old electronics
Age 14 - Introduced to Borland C
Age 16 - CB and dabbled in HAM
Age 18 - College for Comp Engineering, only to fail out after spending every hour in computer lab instead of class (uudecode anyone?)
Age 20 - US Navy working on 60s era computers
Age 24 - First Net admin job migrating from Novell to WinNT + First home PC of my own!
Today - job in cybersecurity doing all kinds of different stuff, with side projects in the Internet of Things related to security
What makes a good hacker today?
Same thing as always, the desire to not just have technology, but the desire to know how it works!
I meant >300Ghz
My dream - someday to walk around as my mobile phone is making IP-based calls and getting passed from WLAN to WLAN.
I was wondering when Google was going to buy up some fiber and a frequency space (or maybe use >3Ghz which is currently unlicensed) to support their own infrastructure for Android devices.
I am patenting this post. LOL
Check out www.calguns.net for a description of a gun law hack in California.
Want to own an AR-15 series rifle in California? You can, thanks to the work of some online collaboration and combination of laws.
In a nutshell, the definition of 'detachable magazine' combined with the poorly written assault weapons law, some case law and testimony from the California Dept of Justice Firearms folks resulted in a movement for building AR series rifles legally in California with all the goodies like pistol grips, etc.
Same principles applied for importation of handguns not on the 'safe' list - import it as a single shot weapon, then repair it so it is back to a semi-auto configuration.
Rendevous with RAMA
We are constantly removing Chrome from the software packages that are bundling it. Kind of a turnoff for me.
Just like getting a new PC with all the trialware crap.
Programmers used to batch environments may find it hard to live without giant listings; we would find it hard to use them. -- D.M. Ritchie