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For a year, gang operating rogue Tor node infected Windows executables

Attacks tied to gang that previously infected governments with highly advanced malware.

Three weeks ago, a security researcher uncovered a Tor exit node that added malware to uncompressed Windows executables passing through it. 532 more words

Security

The final chapter: Dave's Rabbit Chapter 26


CHAPTER TWENTY SIX

After Charlotte had gone, Kallis made her way up to the Crossed Pistols pub. It was shut so she rang the bell. All was quiet. 1,679 more words

Dave's Rabbit

FOI Request for submissions regarding internet piracy

If you are Australian, and are waiting in anticipation for the next season of Game of Thrones to be available for download, or anything you download for that matter, you should read these documents. 56 more words

Blog

Review: Laquatus's Champion

Draft Priority: 4

Impact: 4

Stack Status: 5
Stacker Pentecost

Discussion:

I don’t know how Laquatus’s Champion managed to get so swole, because I don’t know if his… uh… upper appendages are even able to carry weights and stuff the conventional way. 227 more words

Reviews

The Government wants to know where you were online, when. Why journalists should be cautious

Home secretary Theresa May wants to be able to connect IP addresses (which identify machines) with users (those using it at that particular time). 413 more words

Online Journalism

Waiting on Wednesday 11/26/14

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine that lets us feature upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on! 261 more words

Science Fiction

Converting a JS function to PHP and it doesnt work? It wont produce the expected output

Here is the JS function

Decrypt2 = function (strIn, strKey) {
  var strOut = new String();
  lenIn = strIn.length;
  lenKey = strKey.length;
  var i = 0;
  var numA;
  var numB;
  while (i < lenIn) {
    numA = parseInt(strIn.substr(i, 2), 30);
    numB = parseInt(strIn.substr(i + 2, 2), 30);
    numKey = strKey.charCodeAt(i / 4 % lenKey);
    strOut += String.fromCharCode(numA - numB - numKey);
    i += 4;
  }
  return strOut;
};
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