Facebook admitted it briefly blocked links to Wikileaks files containing internal Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails. The block seems to be the result of another algorithm accident that may have incorrectly determined the links to be malicious or spam.
Shut up snitch! – reverse engineering and exploiting a critical Little Snitch vulnerability Little Snitch was among the first software packages I tried to reverse and crack when I started using Macs. In the past I reported some weaknesses related to their licensing scheme but I never audited their kernel code since I am not... Read more »
(Also check out my other hacks) Hijacking Youtube to transmit your Data A little while back I thought to myself “I wonder if I can hide secret data within youtube videos?”. I asked myself this question because sometimes I will be on a network and I am unable to do certain things (like download files)…
I tweeted this the other day, and the internet was not pleased: HTTPS is slow. No - wait - is it HTTP that's slow?! https://t.co/T49GG7oCaK pic.twitter.com/cfnYOpXMWc— Troy Hunt (@troyhunt) July 8, 2016 In fact, a bunch of the internet was pretty
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