Cyberterrorism

I’m waiting for someone there to leak those sources. It’s only a matter of time until someone sneaks the sources out. To be honest, the source code for Windows is so emense and hairy that there are really only a small number of people on the planet that can understand it. Belive me, I’ve seen […]

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Connect the dots between reports of Chinese cyberspying, crippling network attacks in South Korea and Estonia and the U.S. military’s ramping up of cyber capabilities, and it would seem that a third World War is underway on the Internet. Not so fast, says Jeffrey Carr, author of Inside Cyberwarfare, a plainspoken guide to cyber threats […]

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(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Yishai is joined by cyber-security expert Pinchas Orbach and terror-funding expert Dr. Mattew Levit. First, Yishai reads and responds to e-mails from listeners, which touch on a range of issues, such as American support for the Kurds and Israel; the faculty of courage; and pushing back on efforts to normalize […]

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Summary:  Chapter 4 of Edwin Covert’s series about cyberterrorism explains the severe penalties enacted since 9/11, their potential for misuse (accidental or deliberate), and how these poorly crafted laws and the public fear that created them both make us less safe. (1st of 2 posts today) . Consequences of Overstating the Cyber Terrorism Threat By […]

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WOBURN, MA — Still have some time before you head back to work or school? Looking for something to read? We asked Woburn Public Library Assistant Director Rebecca Meehan for the list of books checked out most often in 2018. Here’s what she told us: Descriptions of each title from each book’s publisher. Fiction 1. […]

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PEABODY, MA — Peabody likes its James Patterson. The author cracked the top 10 list of checkouts from the Peabody Institute Library four times — if you count co-authored books — in 2018. We library director Melissa Robinson for the most popular books in 2018, and here’s what she told us. Descriptions of each title […]

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