The eBlaster software, made by Spectorsoft, is advertised as a way to monitor computers while away. The Vero Beach, Florida, company’s website reads: “Are you concerned about what your spouse, employees or children do on the Internet while you’re away? You can’t always be around to watch over their shoulders, so hire a second pair of eyes with eBlaster.”
The domain’s registration details are private, but medspacanada.com, which refers back to discountmedspa.com, is registered to Cristie Stone, with the same phone number and e-mail address listed on discountmedspa’s website. The physical address listed for medspacanada.com is the home of the Manitoba Society of Pharmacists, which has no record of Stone.
Now the project has been completed, and Pugh and his team are ready to show the film at a festival in Copenhagen next week, with several screenings in New York City to follow. The project’s website will also be redesigned to allow users to pick which clips they want for each scene.
That’s exactly the sort of ordeal Micah Lee, the staff technologist and resident crypto expert at Greenwald’s investigative news site The Intercept, hopes to render obsolete. On Tuesday he released Onionshare—simple, free software designed to let anyone send files securely and anonymously. After reading about Greenwald’s file transfer problem in Greenwald’s new book, Lee created the program as a way of sharing big data dumps via a direct channel encrypted and protected by the anonymity software Tor, making it far more difficult for eavesdroppers to determine who is sending what to whom.
Hodgman: I don’t do it for the money. They do. I don’t think about such things.
With an imminent IPO and a high public profile, why would Google rank an offensive site higher than a Wikipedia encyclopedia entry, genuinely educational sites (such as Judaism 101) and Jewish history portals?
Larry Purpuro, managing director of Rightclick Strategies, says the Draft Clark campaign is doing everything right in its online strategy. But Purpuro says he’s skeptical about whether a low-budget, grass-roots effort can be successful in a high-stakes presidential primary.
9. Force him to watch the movie Waterworld without the ability to mute or fast-forward.
When mobile carriers quit subsidizing smartphones, most of us quit upgrading them as frequently. According to Gallup, just 44% of users in the U.S. upgrade every two years while most of us now keep our phones until they stop working or become totally obsolete. I’m with the majority.
The statute, passed in July 2001, makes it illegal for anyone to “plan, attempt, conspire or endeavor to perform an act of violence involving or intended to involve serious bodily harm or death of another person.” Robertson, if convicted, faces up to 10 years in prison.
Like bystanders at a crime scene, Barron said an individual is less likely to intervene if many other people are present.
“In the course of nine months they went from off the shelf Flash techniques that simply took advantage of the lack of proxy protection, to custom-built browser exploits,” says Soghoian. “That’s a pretty amazing growth … The arms race is going to get really nasty, really fast.”
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The hacker did not reveal how he subsequently breached the security of the Diebold staff site, which used SSL encryption. The file archive included source code to a login page that included a March 2 welcome message to one of the firm’s election support specialists, suggesting the attacker may have compromised the employee’s account.
“I basically use the same tools that Industrial Light and Magic (George Lucas’ digital effects house) has, but scaled down a bit,” Murdock said. While working on LOR, Murdock documents the process and creates animation tutorials on DVD, which he sells to animators.
Prosecutors charged Johansen last year after a complaint from the Motion Picture Association of America and the DVD Copy Control Association, the group that licenses CSS.
“The ad and publishing ecosystem has a responsibility to make it harder for creators of purposely fake news to make money,” says Dan Fichter, Moat’s chief technology officer. Now, Moat is developing a fake news “metric” he says will integrate with automated ad-buying systems online to show the company is taking that responsibility seriously.
Final pricing remains a mystery, although Musk has said the Model 3 would start around $35,000 before tax incentives. With options, the average Model 3 should cost around $42,000.
The TSA took the site down in February 2007, after security researcher Christopher Soghoian first noticed problems with the site and THREAT LEVEL detailed the 15 reasons the site looked like a phishing scam. The site did not have a proper SSL certificate, was hosted on a dot-com rather than a dot-gov domain and encouraged people to submit personal information via an unencrypted web form. TSA denied there were any vulnerabilities – saying it was “just a small glitch.” But House Oversight Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Ca.) decided to look into the matter and requested documents from the TSA.
Every website could have to pay more to simply be online; prices for online services would likely rise as companies start to pay broadband providers to be in fast lanes, while broadband providers would find even sneakier ways to enact tolls on the internet, free of any agency able to set rules to stop them.
“They have one of the most clever pieces of technology out there,” Batchelder said. “They are adapting very quickly to the mistakes that others have made in the peer-to-peer space.”
11:45 You can click overview to zoom out at any time, or pan around. Tap to resume. The orientation on screen is the same as your actual orientation, so there’s no getting lost with North, South, rights, or lefts.
A Nielson/NetRatings report released today indicates that Sirius.com‘s web traffic is on the rise, touting a 188% increase in unique visitors between March 2005 (666,000) and March 2006 (1.9 million). The report cites access to streamed content as the main traffic driver, aside from Howard Stern, of course.
Ritchie’s “Player” – which features portraits of characters that resemble heroes and villains in computer games – welcomes users with low-speed connections, which may provide more poetic effects.
Every comic has new masturbateers, and Moen takes great pains to make sure they’re diverse, representing a wide array of races, shapes, sizes, sexual orientations, and gender identities. In Oh Joy, Sex Toy, much as in real life, all different kinds of people are having sex—not merely those who fit a very specific and conventional idea of beauty.
Videos and news updates from Garriott’s voyage can be found on the website of Space Adventures, a company created to facilitate space tourism.
The People’s Voice category, which awarded wins based on user votes, showcased a bevy of the homespun, viral crazes popular on the YouTube circuit. Tay Zonday’s video for “Chocolate Rain,” and the LonelyGirl15 series both snagged wins.
Company staffers also provided a preview of a project that will enable people to look up their voting registration status, voting precinct location and ballot information online. During the primaries, one of the most consistently searched-for terms on election days was voter precinct location information. Google is working with the Pew Center’s Electionline.org to launch the project this fall. The company plans on demonstrating an example of its collaborative efforts with the Ohio Secretary of State at the convention.
“I’m very proud of our students,” he said. “I think their cause is a good one and their initiative is admirable.” However, he said the school was legally obligated to comply with Diebold’s demands.