Tag Archives: internet hacking
If you are like you me you will always have your pants a little undone and your shirt easy to life in case you come across the Google Street view car and while it is my mission to share my supple girl-like across the web, my passwords are private.
Chief among the new disclosures: The engineer who intentionally wrote the software code that made it possible for Street View cars to capture emails, passwords and other data from unprotected wireless networks told fellow engineers and a senior manager that he had done so, according to the report.
Google, which had not wanted to make the entire report public, had wrangled with the FCC over the issue. The company released a copy to the Los Angeles Times late Friday after a number of organizations filed public records requests to obtain an unredacted version.
Anonymous had taken a brief break in its hacktivist movement to protect the underdogs, but they’ve made the world aware of their presence by repeatedly deleting everything on the CBS and Universal Music website.
CBS.com has managed to put itself back up but we’ll be on the lookout of Anonymous’ next move. This is going to be interesting. Last time Anon went on a revenge spree, well, the DOJ, RIAA, MPAA, Universal, EMI, FBI and others all got a piece of the takedown fun.