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March 2012

Vibrating Tattoos Could Function as Ringtones

ccording to the patent application, Nokia is proposing “a material attachable to skin, the material capable of detecting a magnetic field and transferring a perceivable stimulus to the skin, wherein the perceivable stimulus relates to the magnetic field.” The idea... Continue Reading →

Multi-word passphrases not all that secure, says Cambridge University

Think that a passphrase of multiple, random dictionary words is as unguessable as long strings of gibberish, but easier to remember? Research from the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge suggests that this might not be so. While passphrases... Continue Reading →

Cyberwar: hype or reality?

Filed Under: Featured, Law & order, Malware Internet security is a hot political topic at the moment. Governments are instrumenting changes to protect key infrastructure from both foreign and domestic network attacks. Only last week, the White House simulated an... Continue Reading →

Is the art of computer viruses dead?

[Featured]CHFI & Digital Forensics Tutorial [Part 2] - AutoSpy Case & MD5 Calculator (Video) Stop press! The art of computer viruses may not be dead, after all. Vancouver-based artist Bratsa Bonifacho says his latest collection of paintings has been inspired by... Continue Reading →

Corrupt call center workers selling your private information for pennies

[Featured] CHFI & Digital Forensics Tutorial [Part 2] - AutoSpy Case & MD5 Calculator (Video) According to the Daily Mail an undercover investigation in India has uncovered that some call center workers have been selling confidential information on nearly 500,000 Britons. Undercover... Continue Reading →

Neta Chor Vayo Vane (Part 1)

"Neta Chor Vayo Vane . . ." Warning : "This Video is not for Violation and Illegal sharing is not allowed" Link to Video : 'YOUr COMMENTS' (PART 1) Creator : Bijay Acharya (DEADBJ) Story : "Facebook Screen Captured... Continue Reading →

How Anonymous spied on FBI / UK Police hacking investigation conference call

  Last month, we reported how a conference call, between the FBI and Scotland Yard, discussing their investigation into Anonymous hackers had been secretly recorded by the hacking collective and published on the net. We surmised at the time that... Continue Reading →

Top IT skills wanted for 2012

Nearly 29 percent of the 353 IT executives who were polled in Computerworld’s annual Forecast survey said they plan to increase IT staffing through next summer. (That’s up from 23% in the 2010 survey and 20% in the 2009 survey.)... Continue Reading →

A Day in the Life of the Internet [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Internet is, by most scientific estimates, friggin’ huge. While only about one-third of the world’s population is connected, the amount of data we generate and consume is likely to blow your hair back. Perhaps the best way to put... Continue Reading →

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