To the Editors: In James Bamford’s informative article about the NSA [“They Know Much More Than You Think,” NYR, August 15], he doesn’t mention that in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when there was no cyber, the US government was already hacking...
I've heard the term hacking used for non technical things a few too many times lately. It makes me wonder if perhaps its overuse is making the average person not care about security because they believe it's a purely technical ...
Bitcoin is broken. And not just superficially so, but fundamentally, at the core protocol level. We're not talking about a simple buffer overflow here, or even a badly designed API that can be easily patched; instead, the problem is intrinsic to the entire way Bitcoin works. All other cryptocurrencies and schemes based on the same Bitcoin idea, including Litecoin, Namecoin, and any of the other few dozen Bitcoin-inspired currencies, are broken as well.
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