OpKKK: Hoods OFF!


Where to Start? The basics. The Ku Klux Klan has approximately 150 active cells, operating in 41 states, with membership concentrated in both the South and the Midwest. The KKK is not what it once was but it does continue …

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GCHQ is Illegaly Spying in US

Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2015 20:14:34 -0400
From: “James M. Atkinson” <jmatk[at]tscm.com>
To: John Young <jya[at]pipeline.com>, cryptome[at]earthlink.net
Subject: GCHQ is Illegaly Spying in US

With the latest Snowden release of information I believe that you have caught the U.S. government …

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D-Link FAIL!

D-link Fail! In a ham-fisted move that threatens computer users everywhere, developers at router manufacturer D-Link published a private cryptography key used to certify that software is trustworthy and not malware, a security researcher said.

The software signing key was …

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The Internet Once Net Neutrality Is Gone!

This graphic was created by Reddit user quink, who wanted to illustrate what happens if net neutrality disappears. Originally created when Comcast tried to appeal the FCC’s right to enforce net neutrality in 2009, the graphic is becoming a reality …

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The Dark Arts of OSINT

The proliferation and availability of public information has increased with the evolution of its dissemination. With the constant creation of digital document archives and the migration towards a paperless society, vast databases of information are continuously being generated. Collectively, these …

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The Grugq – OPSEC: Because Jail is for wuftpd

Drawing on lessons gleaned from recent hacker indictments, research on surveillance, espionage and counter-intelligence, this talk focuses on practical operational security (OPSEC) measures to avoid detection and prevent arrest by Law Enforcement Officials. The target audience for this talk are …

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