It tried to steal their catch . As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven’t covered.
Category: Security Bloggers
New paper: ” ‘…no one can hack my mind': Comparing Expert and Non-Expert Security Practices, ” by Iulia Ion, Rob Reeder, and Sunny Consolvo. Abstract : The state of advice given to people today on how to stay safe online has plenty of room for improvement
It’s common wisdom that the NSA was unable to intercept phone calls from Khalid al-Mihdhar in San Diego to Bin Ladin in Yemen because of legal restrictions. This has been used to justify the NSA’s massive phone metadata collection programs
The latest in identification by data: Webber said a tipster had spotted recent activity from Nunn on the Spotify streaming service and alerted law enforcement. He scoured the Internet for other evidence of Nunn and Barr’s movements, eventually filling out 12 search warrants for records at different technology companies
This is a story of a very high-tech kidnapping: FBI court filings unsealed last week showed how Denise Huskins’ kidnappers used anonymous remailers, image sharing sites, Tor, and other people’s Wi-Fi to communicate with the police and the media, scrupulously scrubbing meta data from photos before sending.