Latest Articles: Computers-Hacking
RETRO=RICKY Plays Amiga games.
Post Date: 2020-06-28 23:41:28 by A K A Stone
Arkansas Can't Secure Financial Assistance Site So Governor Asa Hutchinson Decides To Call The Person Discovering The Breach A Criminal
Post Date: 2020-05-30 01:31:52 by Deckard
from the bless-your-soul,-Governor-Fuckwit deptTue, May 26th 2020 9:29am Tim CushingThe best place for a messenger is six feet under, according to the governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson. Despite being a founding chair of Governors for CS [Computer Science] (according to Slashdot), Hutchinson has decided to blame a security researcher for the state's inability to properly secure one of its websites. Lindsey Millar, who reported the breach exposing the sensitive information of the site's users, reports that Governor Hutchinson is trying to villainize the person who stumbled upon the unexpected data flow. It all started innocently enough when a programmer, who had attempted ...
LF Back on line
Post Date: 2020-03-01 11:31:36 by Pinguinite
Some server difficulties arose yesterday and was resolved, but I attempted some additional maintenance and that was unsuccessful which took the web site down. So the server has been rolled back to it's previous state and is now back on line. This server operating system is actually pretty old and has been upgraded repeatedly over the years, but that underlying age is catching up to it so it's apparently reached the point where it's time to simply create a brand new server and migrate all services to it, including this site. So that's on the to-do list in the coming weeks. When that's done, there shouldn't be any noticeable outage. Apologies for the downtime.
The Democrats' Unhinged Hearing With Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg
Post Date: 2019-10-25 10:38:29 by Tooconservative
Without question, there is a bias among Big Tech. Theyre all based in Silicon Valley, California. Theyre unabashedly liberal, though they understand that there is a conservative audience that has money. Often times, conservatives go about combating this bias in embarrassing fashion, usually flubbing the messaging part especially. Yet, for all of the Rights faults in combating social media bias, Democrats showed yesterday that theyre not really all that far behind in spewing their nonsense about Facebook. The social media giant is working on its own cryptocurrencyLibrabut that didnt stop Democratic lawmakers from making total clowns of themselves ...
Need tech help! Stalker has enlarged page
Post Date: 2019-10-24 03:03:10 by WWG1WWA
Friends, A K A STONE I have an online stalker group haunting me. They have enlarged this page to the point that I can't read it. Can anyone help? Thanks! WWG1WWA
"Danger Will Robinson!!"
Post Date: 2019-10-05 05:18:21 by Deckard
So I am now at an undisclosed location within a state that has a great college football team. Moving into the groovy new pad, Bro has a Dell *Windows 10* computer - he's not to hip to the whole whiz-bang "Wonderful World of The World-Wide Web" modern scene, know what I mean butterbean? Fundamentally speaking, I've been getting a lot of these as pop ups - do people really fall for these scams?PC performance alert!! Our diagnosis shows that your computer still has "errors" - along with a cutesy little animated gif of a red late 1950s dial phone, the handset appears to be slamming itself down on the desk receiver?!? You jivin' me man? Is the image supposed to ...
International Space Station switches from Windows to Linux, for improved reliability
Post Date: 2019-08-30 14:07:32 by Willie Green
The United Space Alliance, which manages the computers aboard the International Space Station in association with NASA, has announced that the Windows XP computers aboard the ISS have been switched to Linux. We migrated key functions from Windows to Linux because we needed an operating system that was stable and reliable. In specific, the dozens of laptops will make the change to Debian 6. These laptops will join many other systems aboard the ISS that already run various flavors of Linux, such as RedHat and Scientific Linux. As far as we know, after this transition, there wont be a single computer aboard the ISS that runs Windows. Beyond stability and ...
Google warns users to immediately update Chrome browser after critical bug discovered
Post Date: 2019-03-07 11:12:26 by Deckard
Google has warned owners of Windows and Mac computers to urgently update their Chrome internet browser after learning that hackers may have exploited a mystery bug that has existed since its launch. Justin Schuh, Chromes security engineer chief warned users to update Chrome like right this minute on Twitter, declaring it a #PSA [Public Service Announcement]. The company shared a blog post in which it said an update that should fix the vulnerability, which it described as high in severity, had already been issued on March 1. It is up to users to update their browser.
Poster Comment:Just a "heads up".
windows 10 keeps failing to install update
Post Date: 2019-03-05 19:52:52 by Justified
OMG I bet between 2 computers I have window's 10 tried and failed to up date at least 20 times in the last 2 or so weeks! I bet I have wasted 3hrs just waiting for it to try to up date then fail then have to reinstall previous update! I thought by now they would have gotten it right but I guess not! This all started about mid February. Oh well I might try to figure out what they hell is going on tomorrow. I have even disabled update by going into services.msc. It keeps turning itself back on then tries to update. Wish I didn't have to use window's but im stuck!
THERE'S NO GOOD REASON TO TRUST BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
Post Date: 2019-02-06 10:14:55 by A K A Stone
In his 2008 white paper that first proposed bitcoin, the anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto concluded with: We have proposed a system for electronic transactions without relying on trust. He was referring to blockchain, the system behind bitcoin cryptocurrency. The circumvention of trust is a great promise, but its just not true. Yes, bitcoin eliminates certain trusted intermediaries that are inherent in other payment systems like credit cards. But you still have to trust bitcoinand everything about it. Much has been written about blockchains and how they displace, reshape, or eliminate trust. But when you analyze both blockchain and trust, you quickly realize that there is ...
How To Make a WordPress Website - 2019 - For Beginners
Post Date: 2019-01-19 21:03:56 by A K A Stone
Poster Comment:I used this guys technique last year. This new way to build it is easier and faster than before.
The Unique Pleasures of Watching Alexa Deny Children What They Want
Post Date: 2019-01-15 08:54:41 by Willie Green
Baby Shark, which landed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 32 this week, is a menace to listeners above the age of 5. With its insistent beat and doo doo, do do do do chorus, its a parasitically grating earworm that you will now have in your head until March, and Im sorry about that. But theres one thing that even the songs many haters seem to agree on: That viral video of the toddler repeatedly trying and failing to get her familys Amazon Echo to play the song is totally freaking charming. If you somehow havent seen it: A small girl in a winter coat stands on the floor facing an Amazon Echo device on her kitchen counter. ...
Worst Windows 10 version ever?
Post Date: 2018-10-26 13:56:05 by Willie Green
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been plagued by trouble.In September 2017, Microsoft boasted that it had just released the "best version of Windows 10 ever." A year later, as Windows engineers struggle with the most recent release of the company's flagship operating system, there's a compelling case that the October 2018 Update is the worst version of Windows 10 ever. The month began almost triumphantly for Microsoft, with the announcement on October 2 that its second Windows 10 release of the year, version 1809, was ready for delivery to the public, right on schedule. Then, just days later, the company took the unprecedented action of pulling the October 2018 ...
Trump Claims Google 'Rigged' Search Results Against Him
Post Date: 2018-08-28 14:27:37 by Willie Green
Poster Comment:The Dumfuck Donald suffers more paranoid delusions than Dickhead Nixon...
The Ordinary License Plate’s Days May Be Numbered
Post Date: 2018-07-28 12:03:14 by Willie Green
The mundane vehicle license plate, along with the windshield wiper a virtually unchanged vestige from the dawn of the automobile, is in the midst of a 21st-century makeover.Several companies are applying digital technology to what has long been just a slab of metal, in hopes of making it cheaper to update your vehicles registration and turning it into a portal to the connected world.Such changes benefit the vehicle owner as well as state motor vehicle regulators, according to Reviver Auto, a company in Foster City, Calif., that has developed technology to swap old-fashioned stamped plates for digital screens.This is not about a license plate, Revivers chief ...
5 Reasons You Should Switch From Windows To Linux Right Now
Post Date: 2018-07-23 13:36:14 by Willie Green
When I published the highlights of my journey switching from Windows to Linux on my everyday laptop, I was floored at the engagement it received across all corners of the web. I also voiced an admittedly wrong assumption within the article itself that it wouldn't attract many eyeballs, and yet it became one of my most viewed pieces this year. From where I'm sitting, that tells me a ton of people are interested -- are at least actively curious -- about ditching Windows and making the jump to Linux. With that in mind, I wanted to present five reasons that may lead you to consider switching. Know that these are subjective, and they're targeted at the average Windows user and not ...
Pressure To Break Up Facebook Builds
Post Date: 2018-07-10 10:01:27 by Tooconservative
Americas largest communications union, the 700,000-member Communications Workers of America (CWA), has joined an activist coalition called Freedom from Facebook that seeks to break up the monopolistic social media giant. So far the groups supporting the Freedom From Facebook coalition are predominantly left-wing. Among them are MoveOn.org and Public Citizen. Facebook has about 2 billion users worldwide. But the ideological makeup of the FFF coalition could change in a heartbeat if Facebook continues down its intolerant, authoritarian path. Thats because conservatives have long been abused by Facebook and this ill treatment has only intensified since the election of President ...
April 2018 Update hits 78 percent of Windows 10 PCs
Post Date: 2018-06-30 13:33:57 by Willie Green
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update continued its meteoric rise in June.According to the AdDuplex's latest monthly report, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update has reached 78.1 percent coverage of all Windows 10 PCs the firm has sampled. The surge continues a pattern that Microsoft has been on for a while, resulting in the April 2018 Update becoming the fastest feature update to roll out thus far. For comparison, the April 2018 Update was at 50 percent coverage in AdDuplex's May report. The Fall Creators Update took twice as long to hit that mark after its release. As for other feature updates, the Fall Creators Update now stands at 15.7 percent coverage, while the Creators Update is at ...
Bypassing Facebook on the dark web
Post Date: 2018-06-21 10:31:39 by Willie Green
If Liran Sorani has his way, the dark web a hidden internet badlands populated by hackers, drug runners, gun traffickers, pornographers and human part merchants will one day also be a haven for ordinary folk seeking privacy away from Facebook.Why it matters: Facebook is under intense pressure in the U.S. and Europe for its role in the Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election and its general failure to safeguard user data. The dark web is a possible alternative.Facebook's flaws have energized privacy advocates, libertarians and others to seek out another, decentralized and encrypted cyberspace where no one is selling their data or deciding what they can and cannot ...
IBM: All current encryption methods will be broken "instantly" in 5 years' time
Post Date: 2018-05-26 12:48:10 by A K A Stone
Head of IBM Research, Arvind Krishna, attended a panel discussion in San Francisco last week and shared his thoughts about quantum computing and current ancryption methods. Quantum computing, a concept developed since 1980s, has taken massive leaps forward during the past couple of years, as technologies have advanced. Quantum computing isn't a "holy grail" for all kinds of computer solutions, but it is a technology that is extremely powerful in handling massive, large numbers. The problem? All modern encryption techniques are based on large numbers, namely, large prime numbers. According to Mr. Krishna, in just five years' time, the quantum computers will be able to ...
Are Google and YouTube Blocking Searches for Red Pill Videos?
Post Date: 2018-05-16 02:54:14 by Tooconservative
A year or so ago, there were a spate of articles about the red pill videos on YouTube millennials turning off to the bullying by feminists and race hustlers, thinking for themselves, becoming conservative, and posting a video of their personal journey from blue to red online. I googled red pill and had a cheerful time following links. I learned about Candace Owens at that time, and a lot of other black and white millennials who had posted articulate, heartfelt, intimate, sometimes funny YouTubes explaining why theyd become conservative. For months afterward, when I was sick of all the bad news about millennials becoming little fascists, I would turn to the ...
Here’s How To Make Your Old Slow Computer Like New Again
Post Date: 2018-05-02 11:51:59 by Willie Green
Clever new device is saving people hundreds (even thousands) and the big computer companies arent happy about it!Is your computer painfully slow? Have you considered buying a new faster computer but the price of even a basic one makes you cringe? Do you wish there was a cheaper, more affordable way to get a new computer? (Hint: there is keep reading.)Its incredibly frustrating when computers slow down or stop working for seemingly no reason at all. And even after all the diagnostics, upgrades, and money spent, the amount of time waiting for that spinning wheel or hourglass to disappear never seems to get any shorter. Your once new, lightning-fast, computer ...
Google Fuchsia is not Linux: So, what is it and who will use it?
Post Date: 2018-04-12 18:10:32 by Willie Green
Fuchsia, Google tells us in some recently revealed documentation, is not Linux. So, what is it then? And what's it good for? Google Fuchsia: What is it and which devices run it? Google has been working on this open-source operating system since the summer of 2016. At first, we thought Fuchsia was for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. We now know it can also power Chromebooks and smartphones. Is it a replacement for Android and Chrome OS? Good question. It's not clear what Google plans for it. We do know it runs on Google's high-end, Chrome-OS powered Pixelbook. You can also install it on Acer Switch 12 and Intel NUC and, eventually, on a Raspberry Pi 3. Unfortunately, on my ...
It's not just Facebook. Thousands of companies are spying on you
Post Date: 2018-04-01 13:02:22 by Tooconservative
Bruce Schneier is the author of "Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World." The opinions expressed in this commentary are his. (CNN) In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, news articles and commentators have focused on what Facebook knows about us. A lot, it turns out. It collects data from our posts, our likes, our photos, things we type and delete without posting, and things we do while not on Facebook and even when we're offline. It buys data about us from others. And it can infer even more: our sexual orientation, political beliefs, relationship status, drug use, and other personality traits -- even if we didn't take ...
Mozilla launches Facebook Container add-on to isolate your web browsing activity from Facebook
Post Date: 2018-03-28 10:03:26 by Tooconservative
Mozilla was the first major brand to announce it was pausing its advertising on Facebook in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal. Today, the organization announced a new tool it said will help keep Facebook from tracking your browsing across the web. The Facebook Container add-on for Firefox promises to make it much harder for Facebook to track you when youre not on its site. Mozilla has been working on the technology for several years already, accelerating its development in response to what it called a growing demand for tools that help manage privacy and security, according to a statement issued by Mozilla today. Most ...
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