Security experts know better than most the limits of the standard advice, and feel free to go beyond — and sometimes ignore — the rules as they see fit.
Source: Security gurus make own rules to protect their personal data – SiliconValley.com
A classic rebellious 80’s tune has taken on new meaning. Magician Chris Angel has a charity called HELP, (Help Every Life Possible), that benefits pediatric
Source: Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider’s Acoustic “We’re Not Gonna’ Take It” [VIDEO]
Sysadmins, rejoice: PowerShell is coming to Linux. Microsoft announced Thursday that its automation and scripting system is breaking out of the confines of Windows and going open source.
Source: Microsoft PowerShell goes open source and lands on Linux and Mac | PCWorld
AMD says Zen is here, 8-core Summit Ridge is strong and their CPU architecture is back competitive with their fierce rival Intel. Here’s a first look
Source: AMD Further Unveils Zen Processor And An Impressive Benchmark Showdown Versus 8-Core Intel Broadwell-E | HotHardware
Recently, we took a look at the interesting Trojan found by Bleeping Computer. Our small investigation on its background and possible attribution has led us to
Source: Shakti Trojan: Technical Analysis | Malwarebytes Labs
Researchers have discovered a bug in the chips used in more than 900 million Android phones that, if exploited, could give attackers access to a phone’s settings, apps, camera and microphone.
Source: Bug leaves 900 million Android devices vulnerable to attack
Espionage platform with more than 50 modules was almost certainly state sponsored.
Source: Researchers crack open unusually advanced malware that hid for 5 years | Ars Technica
Papert was known for focusing on the impact of new technologies on learning, and on technology use in schools as learning organizations.
Source: In Memoriam: Seymour Papert 1928-2016 | News | Communications of the ACM