GlassTTY VT220 Font

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Say Cyber Again.

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I don’t think this will stay on YouTube very long I got an instant DMCA take down notice as soon as it was uploaded. I filed a dispute but we all know how those go so watch it now while you can.

Then They Came For Me…

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First they came for Jackson, and I didn’t speak out because I didn’t play D&D. Then they came for Neidorf, and I didn’t speak out because I trusted the phone company. Then they came for Mitnick, and I didn’t speak out because I thought the government was telling the truth. Then they came for Watt, […]

Anatomy of Hype

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Lets see if I can break this down chronologically. On July 12, 2012 a third party marketing firm hired by Verizon had a large database of Verizon user information ‘copied’. Verizon claims the incident was reported to authorities but no breach actually happened. This statement from Verizon raises several questions. 1. Why did a 3rd […]

Book Review: This Machine Kills Secrets

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Book Review: This Machine Kills Secrets By: Andy Greenberg Penguin Group 2012 ISBN 978-1-101-59358-5 *Page references have been taken from the electronic iPad version I’ll admit I haven’t finished the whole book yet but the way the book portrays some events I was involved in differs from my own memory. I wanted to highlight those […]

Hackers and Media Hype or Big Hacks That Never Really Happened

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I have been giving my talk “Hackers and Media Hype or Big Hacks That Never Really Happened” for a few months now and I think it is time to retire it. You may have seen it at Shmoocon Epilogue, Source Boston or Hope 9. If not catch the video below. I also have the entire […]

Emails From Michael In Iran

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If publishing unsourced emails claiming to be from Iran is a newsworthy event then I guess we should all copy Mikko and do the same thing. A few years ago I received a chain of emails from ‘Michael’ that started out as the normal ‘teach me to hack’ emails I receive on an almost daily […]

L0pht Hacker Space Visa

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The L0pht was not the first hacker space, in fact at the time of its creation in Boston there were at least two other such spaces, Sinister House and Messiah Village, which later moved and became New Hack City, or simply New Hack. L0pht wasn’t even the cause of the recent explosion of hacker spaces […]

FUD can Sometimes be Useful

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There has been a story making the rounds the last few weeks that is really bugging me. I was going to let it slide but the story just won’t die and every time it comes around again I just get angrier. The problem is I don’t think the story is actually true, which wouldn’t be […]

Handle Shmandle

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A lot of people ask me why I still use a handle and go by ‘Space Rogue’ instead of using my real name. Trust me it is kinda awkward to go to a respectable con like BSides, Blackhat or even RSA and introduce myself as ‘Space Rogue’. People always ask me to repeat myself as […]