Hackers are targeting US nuclear power plants now. This is getting proper #scary and is making me want to escape from planet earth. So, moving on from stealing peoples passwords, which seems a little old hat, and painstakingly inefficient, why not take over a nuclear power station and threaten the world with annihilation? Much more exciting and sounds like a Batman script coming to life.
Where will it all end?
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Stream-ripping – the latest buzzword – or should that be a “buzzphrase”? Have people got nothing better to do with their time when music is so easily available in so many ways these days? It sounds a lot like recording your mates vinyl records on your cassette recorder to me (ah, the good old days!), which just makes it a variation on a very old theme.
I used to have hundreds of cassettes recorded from various sources including friends and even the local lending library. I used to play them in the car but most of them never ever got played that much. I think I slung most of them in the bin in the end I’m ashamed to say.
A guided tour of the cyber crime underground. A dark, dank and murky place. Here’s an interesting insight in to the evolution of cyber crime. Read it and weep. #tech #infosec http://buff.ly/2lNKZ7w
Rogue Chrome extensions fill your technology with #scams and #woes #tech #infosec http://buff.ly/2mb1doH
The ultimate guide to increasing your Android phone’s battery life. #tech #phone http://buff.ly/2mhOob6
Separation from your phone ‘makes you stressed within minutes’. How sad is this? #PutItDown http://buff.ly/2lGnnBF
Identify fake Amazon reviews with Fakespot – what a handy thing! #tech http://buff.ly/2m2RIuQ
Google and Microsoft agree to demote piracy search results in the UK. Will this really have any impact? #tech http://buff.ly/2m6NJu4
What’s Slowing Your Computer Down? Here’s a great article, explained in a non-geeky way about how to improve the speed of your computer. Definitely worth a read. #tech http://buff.ly/2kvcmn2