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Major coup for AE9/11Truth – American Institute of Architects green lights Building 7 vote

By Craig McKee | Truth and Shadows | March 26, 2015

Sometimes it really pays to be persistent.

That’s what Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth found out this week when the organization achieved something truly remarkable.

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Comments on NIST Interagency Report 7977, Draft 2

To: crypto-review@nist.gov

Cc: crypto@nist.gov

Re: NIST Interagency Report NISTIR 7977 “NIST Cryptographic Standards and Guidelines Development Process” January 2015 Draft.

Date: March 24, 2015

The January 2015 Draft is a big improvement. 1,346 more words


Fire Service Lemmings

Know what pisses me off? Well, yeah, that. That too. Yep, that. Ok, smart alecks how about I just tell you what pisses me off this particular time? 552 more words


The $761 Peanut Butter and Other Insanely Expensive Government Products

The most expensive peanut butter in the world is sold by the U.S. government. The $761 jar of peanut butter, created to calibrate machines in food science labs, went viral last month.

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Tips And Tricks

Minimizing security Breaches in Organisations Via Social Engineering

Due to the amount of security threats out there many organisations who felt reluctant in spending a good amount of money to improve the security system of their organisation have changed because of the recent information of the impact of a security breach to multinational organisations or rival organisation via different means. 518 more words

Dark Reading - How Secure Are You?

I have not honestly worked through this framework, but I have read through the documentation and I am intrigued by the possibilities of this approach to managing cyber security risk.  25 more words

Security News

Use of EBSD to recover distorted serial numbers in metals

When chemistry and forensic science become friendly and try to help each other out, I feel particularly content because they are the two subjects that I will be studying later on at university one after the other. 402 more words