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“ Hackers have long used malware to enslave armies of unwitting PCs, but security researchers Rob Ragan and Oscar Salazar had a different thought: Why steal computing resources from innocent victims when there’s so much free processing power out there for the taking? At the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas next month Ragan and Salazar…”
“ Forbes The Top 5 Most Brutal Cyber Attacks Of 2014 So Far Forbes According to research from Arbor Networks, the number of DDoS events topping 20Gbps in the first half of 2014, are double that of 2013.”
“Fitness tracking goes under the security spotlight CNET Fitness trackers are just one part of the market, but they're a high profile one and it's little surprise that they've fallen under Symantec's security microscope.”
Bridgewater College, a school founded in 1880, is about to get access to something new – an emerging multiscreen video service from Comcast that is delivered entirely over IP. Bridgewater College, a Virginia school with about 1,800 students that’s located about two hours from Washington, D.C., has signed on for Xfinity On Campus, a new IP-delivered subscription video service that supports live TV streaming and on-demand content to select iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch models (the AirPlay function is disabled), and browsers running on PCs and Macs. Comcast is working on an Xfinity On Campus app for Android-powered devices. Bridgewater College joins a small batch of east coast colleges that are testing or preparing to test the Xfinity On Campus, which is still technically in the trial stage. Other schools that are on board include Lasell College, the University of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Drexel University, and Emerson College. Click headline to read more--
“ 9 New Ways You Can Be Hacked Fox Business Cyber-crime has evolved to become a major global industry valued in the billions of dollars, so it's important for consumers to keep a close eye on the latest hacking developments that could help criminals...”
I2P is an anonymous network, exposing a simple layer that applications can use to anonymously and securely send messages to each other. The network itself is strictly message based (a la IP), but there is a library available to allow reliable streaming communication on top of it (a la TCP).
“UK Government Report Recommends Ending Online Anonymity Techdirt Every so often, people who don't really understand the importance of anonymity or how it enables free speech (especially among marginalized people), think they have a brilliant idea:...”
“Battling online security concerns with layers: Cisco ZDNet Online security is still a topic of conversation for many board members, but according to a panellist of speakers at the Cisco Cybersecurity Day briefing on Thursday, the traditional...”
“It's been a little sad to watch Facebook devolve from being a squeaky clean site full of people you love to a spam-ridden wasteland. And with a fifth of the world's population using the site, you can be sure the spam is going to keep coming. So you need all the help you can get separating the good links from the bad.”
While broadband access is readily available in most areas of the country, studies have shown that a key obstacle to adoption in the U.S. is a lack of digital readiness. According to an Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) study, which USTelecom previously profiled, 70 million Americans say they are not “digitally ready” to use broadband and its myriad applications. This is nearly twice the number of people (36 million) who lack online access. However, in the recently published Digital Inclusion Survey, developed by the American Library Association, the University of Maryland and the International City/County Management Association, data reveal how the availability of technology and services at public libraries is helping bridge this divide. Among the survey's key findings: Click headline to read more--
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