FBI Vacates Apple Court Date, Says They May Be Able to Crack Terrorist’s Phone

238makeitstop
3/22/16 6:00:30 am
re: #224 CuriousLurker Those are two of the most fake smiles I've ever seen.

After threatening and trying to strongarm Apple into writing special code that would let them unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists, today the FBI suddenly announced they may be able to unlock it without Apple’s help. The court date set for tomorrow has now …

Apple Releases Statement on Celebrity Hacking: iCloud Was Not Breached

“A very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions”
320Jay in Oregon
9/03/14 5:19:46 pm
One of my Snowflake friends actually suggested that the NSA, which apparently knows everything on the internet in real time, should know who is behind the leaks. He was stymied as to why they hadn't been caught yet. The notion ...

CNET: No Evidence of NSA ‘Direct Access’ to Tech Companies

Greenwald’s PRISM story has collapsed
216McSpiff
6/08/13 4:04:45 pm
re: #198 Absalom, Absalom, Obdicut Sorry for the late reply... but in case you're still reading, the credit card companies have updated their specification that MPLS is private enough to not require encryption between sites. Anything stored on disk though ...
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