Going to start posting all my exclusie toys, legos as usual, vinyls that I’ve been getting into recently so I can document each one I have online and to compare prices. I’ve been getting into the more custom painted ones and not the grab bag type vinyls, I love Bwana Spoons and Vinylmations at the moment. I got this dude at downtown Orlando at a store called P!Q which I love they all have kind of cool quirky custom shit, check them out online at: http://www.piqproducts.com/
2014 Comic Con Sleek Stak Elite! He’s Awesome
article by: gizmodo.
If you’ve visited Disneyland, you may have seen a small plane fly overhead at one point. The OC is full of rich-ass people, might be a Newport Beach golfer, no big deal, right? Except, as it turns out, the Anaheim police department had access to military-grade dragnet phone spying equipment, the kind that can suck up your phone’s information from an airplane along with thousands of others.
Anaheim isn’t a big city. With a population of 336,265, it is substantially smaller than Wichita, Kansas and Mesa, Arizona. This is how entrenched America’s berserk surveillance culture is: A suburban city’s police department had access to spying tools called dirtboxes, the same spying tools sought by the Air Force. Insane militarization isn’t just for big-city cops.
I’ve been traveling a lot so been out of town and haven’t had time to update but will be back in town for awhile now so keep up to date on the regular for updates.
I love this show its pretty epic and has a lot of good characters in it if you haven’t seen it go check it out. I am the fastest man alive. It’s in the second season so it’s revvin up, and also the two brothers from Prison Break are on it as bad guys and kind of like versions of Mr. Freeze. I am the flash.
I watched the first seasons of Silicon Valley after not wanting to for awhile and I actually liked them. They were pretty good an all about an incubator in Silicon Valley who all try to come up with apps/start up companies and make it to the big time. The main story is one of the roommates design’s a compression algorithm and he gets it stolen from a top tech company competitor and he is trying to beat them. Rushing to make it public and hit the market is where the story goes an ends up.. who’s going to get the investors or the faster score for their compression. If you haven’t seen it go download it and check it out. It’s pretty funny and tech savvy coolness.
If you need maximum smartphone security and are willing to pay for it, the Blackphone 2 is now on sale. The latest handset from Silent Circle has privacy features like the Android-based PrivatOS operating system, encrypted calling and texts, and “spaces” that let you keep business separate from pleasure. But unlike the original Blackphone, the latest model is actually a decent smartphone, with a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, Qualcomm 8-core CPU, 3GB RAM, a 13-megapixel back-side illuminated camera and quick-charging 3,060 mAh battery.
Given the numerous privacy dangers lurking out there, what price would you pay for both security and a solid smartphone? Silent Cirlce thinks it’s $799, more than a 64GB iPhone 6s costs. However, if you need it, you need it, so assuming you’re in North America, you can grab a Blackphone 2 at Silent Circle’s website. In the UK and the rest of the world, it’s set to arrive “soon.”
article by: engadget
I had this fixed awhile back but since I installed a new computer/os I forgot to change my settings. If you use firefox or chrome you can be affected by the WebRTC function, i’ll post the details below but basically any web master can craft script to show him your real ip, local ip, and vpn ip. Be sure to make sure you get this fixed, otherwise using a VPN is useless.
article from: https://thehackernews.com/2015/02/webrtc-leaks-vpn-ip-address.html
An extremely critical vulnerability has recently been discovered in WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication)
, an open-source standard that enables the browsers to make voice or video calls without needing any plug-ins.
cool page I found by: marcandangel.com
be sure to check out their site as well, they post hella dope stuff.
The web is a powerful resource that can easily help you learn new skills. You just have to know where to look. Sure, you can use Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for sites where you can learn new skills, but I figured I’d save you some time.
Here are the top 40 sites I have personally used over the last few years when I want to learn something new.
- Hack a Day – Hack a Day serves up fresh hacks (short tutorials) every day from around the web and one in-depth ‘How-To hack’ guide each week.
- eHow – eHow is an online community dedicated to providing visitors the ability to research, share, and discuss solutions and tips for completing day-to-day tasks and projects.
So I watched this movie after putting it off for awhile since I usually hate docu movies on bullshit like this since most of it is faked or off putting, however this movie was okay. I don’t support the bullshit Snowden pulled since he acted like he was doing the world a mother Theresa favor. I mean the government created the internet and If I was in charge I’d spy on everything too. If your family member got killed in an attack you might think differently as well if it could have prevented it, oh your chat logs might be seen OOOOH NOOOO your so important to give a shit. However this movie sucked on the side of technical show, it didn’t explain any of the methods used, and just showed some nerd in his hotel releasing information over a weeks period. What a let down, still none the less some revealing facts about certain things cool, but sorry Snowden, that was not a cool move. I also think he was a double agent for Russia anyhow.
Cool new hacking game to test your elite skills on. I did the first few no problem but some of the other one’s I had to use the answer key a user wrote up. It’s pretty fun to try and decode the messages and to do some SQL injections. Try it out!
Also from Hack10 site, here is a link to the top hack-simulated games like this one which has a bunch of others that are a lot more intense: