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Hack Into a Linux Computer by Hitting the Backspace 28 Times
by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2015 last modified Dec 21, 2015 06:37 PM — filed under: , ,
December 16, 2015 // 03:00 PM EST - If you’re trying to steal someone’s files from his or her computer, getting past the login screen can be hard, if not impossible. But thanks to a bizarre bug in several distributions of Linux, all you need is to hit the backspace key 28 times.
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WPA2 Vulnerabilities all platforms KRACK Attacks
by Spokane 2600 Webmaster published Oct 16, 2017 — filed under:
Heads up everyone, unless you are on OpenBSD 6.1+ (patched), this impacts you.
The NSA hack proves Apple was right to fight the FBI
by Spokane 2600 Webmaster published Aug 22, 2016 — filed under: ,
After the unprecedented breach of hacking tools and exploits stolen from the US National Security Agency's elite hacking unit, some privacy advocates see it as clear vindication of Apple in its fight with the FBI earlier this year.