Member from group of European security researchers twitted today that critical vulnerabilities in PGP/GPG and S/MIME email encryption was found. Full details will be published in a paper on Tuesday 15 May 2018 at 07:00 AM UTC.
EFF reported that they already establish connection with the research team running this investigation.
In December of 2016, Yahoo announced it had uncovered a massive data hack, compromising more than 1 billion user accounts. This was in addition to an earlier 2014 data breach, which had affected over 500 million users. While users may scream for blood when such a breach happens – usually blaming the owners of the affected websites – the real culprit can likely be found in their own bathroom mirrors.
You see, many data breaches are caused by one seemingly innocent common factor: computer and mobile device users reuse their passwords on multiple websites at an alarmingly high rate.
Many veteran journalists, but not only these, surely noticed that we are all of a sudden bombarded again from all-over with mentions of Watergate. Books like George Orwell’s 1984 are on display at bookstores and an air of danger to freedom of speech and freedom of the press is spreading slowly like a dark cloud over the Western Hemisphere, Continue reading “Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017”
It is time to get your data back? Instead of storing files in the public cloud, the Minebox acts as your personal cloud, which is dedicated for you, and you only. It is secured, safe and reliable. Promoted as the most powerful NAS ever. Pre-order for Minebox 8TB/16TB is open now.
People with inkjet printers have all considered, if not tried, clone inks from third-party vendors. It’s way cheaper, often by as much as 90 percent. Printer companies do not like hearing this, but most of the printer users playing with various brands of clone inks for 20 years and they never experienced any of the problems that you commonly read about in forums, like clogged heads or ruined warranties. “Only use the brand name meant for the printer!”
When you visit a website, you are allowing that site to access a lot of information about your computer’s configuration. Combined, this information can create a kind of fingerprint — a signature that could be used to identify you and your computer. “Browser fingerprinting” is a method of tracking web browsers by the configuration and settings information they make visible to websites, rather than traditional tracking methods such as IP addresses and unique cookies. Some companies use this technology to try to identify individual computers. How secure is your browser from attack from Internet. Here are our favorite free online Continue reading “Top Security test checks for your Browser”
Collecting metadata “can be more intrusive than traditional communications data,” Scotland Yard’s deputy assistant commissioner has admitted to Ars.
Neil Basu made his comment during a briefing session on law enforcement requirements for investigatory powers. The UK government claims that the new Internet connection records (ICRs) at the heart of the Investigatory Powers Bill are “only” metadata, and therefore no more intrusive than traditional communications data.
OpenBazaar is now released on the mainnet and is ready for real transactions. You can download the program on the OpenBazaar website.
Anyone with a computer and internet connection can easily install the OpenBazaar software and begin trading with anyone else in the world – for free – without permission. The believe in decentralized, P2P trade network is going to fundamentally change commerce for the better.it’s a decentralized peer-to-peer network for trade that uses Bitcoin. That trade happens directly between buyers and sellers with no one in the middle – and no fees or restrictions on trade. Continue reading “OpenBazaar get on the main network”
Like small part of the world bitcoin community, we were really surprised to find that Andreas Antonopoulos will make short stop to Barcelona for a scheduled meetup of Barcelona Bitcoin Community(BBC) during his European tour 2016.
Persons like Andreas are the gifted parents for any new and radical idea. They are ready to donate their time and energy to shape this idea and present it to the community in understandable way. People like him can understand the future, and then explain it to the rest of us in close, simple and efficient way. Continue reading “Future of money with Andreas M. Antonopoulos”
Barcelona Bitcoin Community proudly presents next Bitcoin meetup in FabLab Barcelona with special guest Andreas Antonopoulos. The meeting is scheduled for 24th of March 2016 and will take place at our great hosts from FabLab Barcelona.
Language (talk and Q&A): English
Free entrance with previous reservation.
Andreas Antonopoulos is a technologist and serial entrepreneur who has become one of the most well-known and well-respected figures in bitcoin. He is the author of “Mastering Bitcoin”, published by O’Reilly Media and considered by many to be the best technical guide to bitcoin.
Ubuntu Core, also known as Snappy, is a stripped down version of Ubuntu, designed to run securely on autonomous machines, devices and other internet-connected digital things. From homes to drones, these devices are set to revolutionise many aspects of our lives, but they need an operating system that is different from that of traditional PCs.
Back in November Microsoft confirmed Windows 10’s worst kept secret: its extensive telemetry (or ‘spying’ as it has been labelled) cannot be stopped. What no-one realised until now, however, is just how staggering the extent of this tracking really is…
Interesting project can be found this year at Barcelona Mini Maker fair 2016.
The purpose of the TicrCube is to display the current Bitcoin price in a local currency. Many Bitcoin enthusiasts (including ourselves) check the Bitcoin price several times per day online or via smartphone apps, but currently no dedicated device exists to do this effortlessly. The TicrCube is wireless and intended to stay at the user’s office desk or workstation, but it could brought along outdoors. The device connects to the local WiFi network or hotspot of the user, polls the Bitcoin price Continue reading “Bitcoin TicrCube presented at Barcelona Mini Maker Fair”
We have made this in 2015…. And yes – in 2016 we will repeat that and publish our updated list with software we think is good to share it with everyone who cares about the way they communicate in Internet or just want to keep data safe and unreachable from all the bad guys out there. We will split the helpful Software and Continue reading “Digital Security software for 2016”
A commentator on a recent post about the DEA installing license plate scanners on the nation’s interstate highways asks, “If you aren’t doing anything illegal why would you care if someone captures your license plate number?”
In the wide world of dating, there are many options. Do you go for the flashy guy with the smooth smile, or the dude in the corner typing away on his laptop? The following are reasons why I think my fellow females should pay more attention to the quiet geeks and nerds, and less attention to the flashy boys.
1.) Sex. Yep. Sex. I’m not really familiar with this myself, Continue reading “15 Reasons Why Dating A Geek Is Worth It”
Every job and career has its perks and range of disposable income. With Salaries in Real-Time, you can discover the purchasing power of popular occupations. Compare your salary to other occupations and Continue reading “Real time Salaries”
There’s a saying that “a great programmer can be as 10 times as good as a mediocre one”. No one really wants to be labeled as a bad developer, but the sad reality is that a lot of developers aren’t even aware that they’re bad. So, the question is: Are you a bad developer? Take this quiz to find out here on www.codementor.io. Continue reading Are You a Bad Developer? Take this Quiz to Find Out!
The brain behind Deep Dreamer was developed at Google as a tool to try and understand how neural networks work. Google open sourced the code, allowing anyone with the know-how to create these images. However, setting up the code on a server is not a trivial task. We’ve become fascinated with how deepdream processes our photos, and wanted to make it easy for anyone to explore.
Bulgarian government will pay EUR 30,000,000.00 $… Yes, 30 Millons of EURO to Microsoft for licensee fees for using Windows OS and Office packages for the Bulgarian administration in the next three years.
Unknown attackers are sabotaging popular TV and movie torrents by flooding swarms with IPv6 peers. This new method of peer flooding makes a lot of people think there are issues with torrents. From an anti-piracy point of view it is achieving Continue reading “Attack on P2P torrent network”
At the weekend, Peter Onion, a veteran of RP forums and of Raspberry Jams in Cambridge, Bletchley and surrounding areas (visible, costumed, in the background of this photo at the Christmas CamJam), discovered what we think might be the most adorable bug we’ve ever come across. Continue reading “Basic Physics Bug in Raspberry Pi 2”
The Intel® Compute Stick is a new generation compute-on-a-stick device that’s ready-to-go out-of-the-box and offers the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel. Pre-installed with Windows 8.1* or Linux*, get a Continue reading “Intel Compute Stick-smaller than ever”
“Push the boundaries of self-organising systems, robust reputation systems and craft collaborative systems with millions of active participants under continuous attack from spammers and other adversarial entities.” Continue reading “Tribler-The future of Torrents”
Our friends from Bitsquare just passed alpha testing and their Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange is near to the Grand Opening and ready to meet your trades requirements in one new form.
There have been many discussions in the forums about how to build a pure P2P based solution but there is still no real decentralized bitcoin exchange available yet. That’s where Bitsquare comes in. Continue reading “Bitsquare-Bitcoin Decentralized Exchange-Part 1”
The Daily Mail has revealed that people could be being watched in their own homes or at work as hackers are targeting webcams and uploading the live footage to the internet. The warning comes from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), which is urging people to upgrade their passwords from the default setting. Continue reading “Home Webcam hacking reports from BigBrotherWatch”
In the latest TV appearance Edward Snowden advised web users to “get rid” of Dropbox and social networks such as Facebook and Google, too.
Such services only insist on encrypting user data during transfer and when being stored on the servers. Other services he recommends instead, such as SpiderOak(Please check our previous posts where we already posted an article for SpiderOak in Shanomag.com earlier this month), encrypt information while it’s on your computer as well.