1. P@triot

    The Cyber Threat

    For the past 10 years, the federal government has been desperate to pass all kinds of legislation around "cyber warfare", expanding their powers (shocking, they want to expand their powers). They consistently cite how we don't ask corporations to defend national borders so we shouldn't ask them...
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    U.S. - Russian relations

    The U.S. needs to hit Russia with a major cyberwarfare attack to send a message that we've had enough of this shit. Make it clear that this is their first and last warning. Anything after this will result in a catastrophic "lights out" attack on Russia. Form a coalition, make it clear to Russia...
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    It's as comical as it is tragic

    You have to love the "logic" of just piling on more legislation on top of more legislation. We have a U.S. Constitution which states wiretapping without a warrant is a felony. And yet, the NSA engages in felonious wiretapping of every U.S. citizen in the country. So what makes our dimwitted...
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    Breaking News: Hackers release NSA arsenal of cyber weapons

    The NSA's most sophisticated weapons have been released with confirmation that the key provided with it unlocks the file for access to the full arsenal. Shadow Brokers appear to be responsible. GitHub - x0rz/EQGRP: Decrypted content of eqgrp-auction-file.tar.xz
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    The U.S. government still doesn't get it

    They are shelling out almost $1 billion dollars to a company which couldn't secure a .txt file from the average 9 year old. For that kind of money, they could easily develop their own platform which would not only be super secure (if built from the ground up with a focus on security) but also be...
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    Author of this op-ed asks if either candidate is properly focused on cybersecurity. I think that is an insanely stupid question. The entire federal government is clearly not properly focused on cybersecurity at all. In fact, the only time they even mention it is when they are trying to leverage...
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    Shadow Brokers Hack The NSA

    The NSA needs to take their best tools offline and house them on disconnected drives until the moment they need to deploy them. Their tools are far too sophisticated to allow them to be stolen and utilized by hackers. Did Shadow Brokers Hack the NSA?
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    This is a little unnerving

    Apple has a long history of being far and away the most secure platform in the world. I pray that's not coming to an end. We've seen a rise in security flaws over the past couple of years. Apple Security Bug Lets Hackers Nab Your Mac and iPhone Passwords With 1 Text

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