• Quote of the week

    “Let’s just be clear, this is not a vaccine in response to a virus. This was a virus, or a purported virus, [made] as an excuse to get a universal vaccine into every human on this planet; They’re trying to kill billions of us. This is really at the level of human crisis. I mean, we’re in an extinction-level event. And we can’t let these guys pull it off."
    ― Dr. Lee Merritt

    Past Quotes of the Week

PSA: If your PC runs Linux, you should update Sudo now

Despite the fact that tens of thousands of contributors actively pore over the source code of the Linux kernel and various Unix utilities looking for security flaws, it’s not unheard of for serious bugs to go unnoticed. Just a day ago, the folks over at Qualys revealed a new heap-based…

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How to avoid Big Tech censorship on the web

“I would add replacing Chrome/Firefox with VIVALDI, Brave, Palemoon or Otter browsers.  If websites continue to not function try using the old Opera 12 browser and see if that works.  You might also find the last version of Internet Explorer may work if Microsoft don’t patch it.  You could also…

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A Layman’s Guide To The High-Tech Tents That Keep Secrets Secret

Article originally appeared in November 2013 It seems like every day brings a new “revelation/” about Allied nations spying on other Allied nations. But while friends spying on friends might not be a huge surprise, the US is spending tons of money and brainpower trying to protect its sensitive conversations…

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Powell Backs Ethereum PoA Blockchain Ameribor For Libor Alternative

Jerome Powell, the Chair of the Federal Reserve Banks has encouraged commercial banks to use a blockchain based inter-bank lending rate setting platform. “We have been clear that the [Alternative Reference Rates Committee’s] recommendations and the use of [Secured Overnight Financing Rate] are voluntary and that market participants should seek…

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This Company Created More Than 500 Police Snitching Apps

The company responsible for creating a network of police snitching apps in the U.S. and Canada is trying to convince the public to use a new app. Want to report your neighbor for not social distancing, report them for being a George Floyd protester, or perhaps you have seen something suspicious?…

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The Pentagon promises to use artificial intelligence for good, not evil

by Meghann Myers The military has its eye on artificial intelligence solutions for everything from data analysis to surveillance, maintenance and medical care, but before the Defense Department moves full steam ahead into an AI future, they’re laying out some ethical principles to live by. Defense Secretary Mark Esper signed off on five guidelines…

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The top 10 reasons Web sites get hacked

The OWASP Top 10 is the reference standard for the most critical web application security risks. Adopting the OWASP Top 10 is perhaps the most effective first step towards changing your software development culture focused on producing secure code. Getting started in application security[1] Application security is simply everything involved…

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A paranoid guide to fighting the ‘bugging epidemic’

People worry that Big Brother and Big Tech are invading their privacy. But a more immediate concern may be the guy next door or a shifty co-worker. With surveillance gear cheaper than ever, security experts say checking your environment for cameras and microphones is not a crazy idea. – Kate…

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Google to block all anti-cancer, “anti-vax” and anti-GMO websites at the browser level as tech giant goes all-in with pharma drug cartels

By late 2020, Google’s Chrome browser will automatically block all so-called anti-cancer, “anti-vax” and anti-GMO websites as part of Google’s collapse into a Monsanto/Pharma […] (Natural News) By late 2020, Google’s Chrome browser will automatically block all so-called anti-cancer, “anti-vax” and anti-GMO websites as part of Google’s collapse into a…

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