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First They Came

Fri, 12 Jun 2009 03:29:53 +0000

ИконописиконографияПравославни иконикухниHere’s an interesting video from It may be more relevant to the US than we think.

Facebook Changes Terms Of Service

Tue, 17 Feb 2009 04:40:52 +0000

In case you haven’t heard, Facebook has changed their Terms of Service ever so quietly. On February 4th, Facebook announced a change of their TOS on their corporate blog, but no where else. Until today, no one had really paid any attention, or even known for that matter about the new TOS. That is, until […]

Data Loss Database

Tue, 16 Dec 2008 05:57:14 +0000

I recently found out about the Open Security Foundation and their Data Loss Database. The OSF Data Loss Database offers a number of reports detailing things like the latest data loss incidents and the most discussed data loss incidents. My favorite offering of this website is the RSS feed of latest data loss incidents: OSF […]

University of Florida Leaks 11,000 Social Security Numbers Online

Fri, 04 Jul 2008 20:22:43 +0000

“The University of Florida is sending letters to more than 11,000 current and former students to notify them that their Social Security numbers, names and addresses were accidentally posted online.” June 10th, 2008 via WWSB ABC Newsrent a car bulgaria

Anonymous Prepaid Credit Card Options

Sun, 30 Dec 2007 19:20:21 +0000

PLEASE READ – UPDATE – July 6th, 2008: This post has been merged into a page. Please go here for the full information: So here’s the list of Prepaid Credit Cards I will be investigating and detailing the conditions and requirements: GreenDot WebSecret Vanilla Visa Privacash All-Access Gift Card компютри Simon Gift Card If […]

How To Stay Out Of Government Databases

Wed, 10 Oct 2007 15:08:01 +0000

Many of you already know that I am an avid reader and supporter of Michael Hampton’s Homeland Stupidity. I’ve used his blog entries in my own posts in the past and I’ve come across another article I want to share. “How to stay out of government databases” is a neat article that Michael wrote back […]

Facebook Profiles Now Public

Thu, 27 Sep 2007 17:35:58 +0000

For those of you who might have missed the announcement (like my wife), Facebook has opened up their site to external search engines like Google and Yahoo earlier this month. What does this mean to you? Not a whole lot except now when someone types in your name to a search engine, they might be […]

TD Ameritrade Hacked

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 17:52:53 +0000

Word coming out a couple hours ago on the AP Newswire (via MSNBC) that TD Ameritrade has been hacked and information has been compromised. Bad news: Information such as email addresses, names, addresses and phone numbers was retrieved from this database and affects TD AMERITRADE retail and institutional clients. Good news: Client assets held in […]

PassPub – Random Password Generator

Tue, 10 Jul 2007 14:44:13 +0000

Almost a month ago I received an email from Martin Wright, creator of PassPub. He was telling me a little bit about his new web based SSL password generator. I promised him I would take a look. Well Martin, sorry for the delay, but I’m finally getting around to checking out PassPub. PassPub is a […]

Caller ID Spoofing to be Made Illegal

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 06:06:39 +0000

Just saw a very interesting article come across my RSS feed from Slashdot. Senate Bill S. 704 is currently being entertained in a Congressional subcommittee right now. This bill serves as an amendment to The Communications Act of 1934 that would make “manipulation of caller identification information” illegal. This means services like SpoofCard and FoneFaker […]