Frosty Piss writes: "When top security gurus gathered in San Francisco last month for the RSA Conference, a Boston company decided to point its radar toward the airwaves and see how much of the show's wireless activity it could see. What they found was that many of these experts had not taken the basic precautions to protect their online activity while using public Wi-Fi. The Boston hackers could eavesdrop on more than half of the wireless traffic of conference attendees. Amit Sinha, chief technology officer of AirDefense found that 56 percent of 623 devices — laptops, cell phones, personal digital assistants and PCs — were susceptible to attacks. Read about it in the Seattle Post Intelligencer."
A new ad on Youtube attacking Sen. Hillary Clinton is leading some to speculate on major shifts in how presidential campaigns are run, according to this San Francisco Chronicle article. Though the ad presents itself as an ad for BarackObama.com, the Obama campaign insists it had nothing to