Haven’t actually used this yet but thought it was pretty cool:
Check out this awesome article called “Security is Mathematics” from Colin Percival.
Dave from Laboratory-b just had an article posted on Infosec Island. Check it out!
The publically released source code for the Stuxnet botnet has been decompiled and posted on GitHub. This stuff never ceases to amaze me!
Great excerpt from the book The Hacker Ethic: And the Spirit of the Information Age by Pekka Himanen on NYTimes. Here is an excerpt from the excerpt:
“The spirit behind other hackers’ creations is very similar to this. Torvalds is not alone in describing his work with statements like “Linux hackers do something because they find it to be very interesting.” For example, Vinton Cerf, who is sometimes called “the father of the Internet,” comments on the fascination programming exerts: “There was something amazingly enticing about programming.” Steve Wozniak, the person who built the first real personal computer, says forthrightly about his discovery of the wonders of programming: “It was just the most intriguing world.” This is a general spirit: hackers program because programming challenges are of intrinsic interest to them. Problems related to programming arouse genuine curiosity in the hacker and make him eager to learn more.“
Pretty sure the title and image says it all. This guy is hardcore!
Stop using IE. Seriously, just stop. At least for now. A serious 0-day vulnerability which exploits MME HTML has been discovered in every existing version of Windows / IE. Until this gets patched it is essential not to use IE as a browser at all.
While this has just recently been made public, you have to wonder how long this has been exploited quietly by the “bad guys”
Josh Bongard is one of the leading experts on evolutionary robotics. He teaches at UVM.
Must get him involved…
Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn son. We need this type of production space. All in good time. Welcome General Assembly — Hack the Planet!