Everyone else has reported this Christmas gem, why shouldn’t we? NASA engineer Mark Rober “over-engineered the crap” out of it, including motion detection, geofencing, and 4 cameras to record some priceless reactions. Here is the YouTube video.
What’s the safest way to buy counterfeit banknotes? Not on the dark web market, as 235 people have just discovered to their cost.
You gotta read this one – what a yarn!! Max Ray Vision is serving 13 years for $86 million in credit card fraud. He says he’s innocent of owning the phone used to orchestrate the scheme and ripping off debit cards to fund the drone purchase.
The US government is reeling from a catastrophic, years-long intelligence failure that compromised its internet-based covert communications.
A post by Peter Herzog. Answers to most every hacker question.
12/04/2018 10:52 AM EST Original release date: December 04, 2018
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Grandkid imposters are managing to finagle a skyrocketing amount of money out of people, the FTC warns in new alert “New Twist to Grandparent Scam: Mail Cash.”
The Attorneys general of 12 states are suing an e-record provider who lost 3.9 million personal healthcare records in 2015. It’s about time! Seems like some companies never learn unless there is litigation and fines.
When the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, it will not only mark a new year, but a milestone for the digital age. According to estimates from ITU, the United Nations agency for information and communications technologies, more than 51.2 percent of humanity or 3.9 billion people will be online, the first time 50 percent of humanity has had access to the internet.