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the trials of bitchecker
One can only sit on the DRM Chair eight times before it collapses.
This is the best ever, how a 13 year old tried to hack a...
This is absolutely hilarious. This guy tried to phish for some dudes password via MSN. And it eneded up with him getting pwned. The lesson is, don't phish, i love his end comment. You need to check this out! Greg_ValveOLS: i was just making a joke bu...
The Conscience of a Hacker
Another one got caught today, it's all over the papers. "Teenager arrested in computer crime scandal", "Hacker arrested after bank tampering"...
Tiny USB business card - Hack a Day
[Frank Zhao] put together a USB business card. It's even got the instructions printed right on the silk screen of the PCB explaining how it should be used. He based the design around an AVR ATtiny85 microcontroller.
Weak security in our daily lives@Everything2.com
So, you know those s with that pad? The one under the driver's side handle? Well, if you look closely you will see that there are really only 5 s, labeled "1/2", "3/4", "5/6", "7/8", "9/0". In an effort to avoid a little confusion, I'm going t...
The Hacker FAQ
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For Texas Instruments, Calculator Hackers Don't Add Up
After hobbyist cracks key to operating system, TI says: Cease and desist!
Computer hacking for 8-year-olds
The hacker who goes by the pseudonym CyFi won't share her real name and declines to be photographed without her signature aviator sunglasses.
Version: 1.20 March 07, 2010 By: darkAudax
Ethical hacking and cyber security
Ethical hacking, Penetration Testing And Information Security Blog
#3038363 - Pastie
Pastie now if line-wrap is a bad or good idea.
Anonymous and LulzSec Respond to Arrests of Alleged Hacktivists...
On Tuesday, July 19, 2011, 14 people were arrested in connection with hacking attacks against PayPal after the company froze WikiLeaks funds and cut off the services for which they had been contracted by the international, award winning, journalism o...
A history of hacking