Entries Tagged "humor"
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Amusing parody of password rules.
For example, at a certain level, your password must include today’s Wordle answer. And then there’s rule #27: “At least 50% of your password must be in the Wingdings font.”
EDITED TO ADD (7/13): Here are all the rules.
The website for the M1racles security vulnerability is an excellent demonstration that not all vulnerabilities are exploitable. Be sure to read the FAQ through to the end.
EDITED TO ADD: Wired article.
This delightful essay matches APT hacker groups up with astrological signs. This is me:
Capricorn is renowned for its discipline, skilled navigation, and steadfastness. Just like Capricorn, Helix Kitten (also known as APT 35 or OilRig) is a skilled navigator of vast online networks, maneuvering deftly across an array of organizations, including those in aerospace, energy, finance, government, hospitality, and telecommunications. Steadfast in its work and objectives, Helix Kitten has a consistent track record of developing meticulous spear-phishing attacks.
Sidebar photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.