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for: ‘August, 2011’

Rapper Kreayshawn hacked, nude photos leaked

The celeb hacking continues. VMA-nominated rapper Kreayshawn is claiming that some “anti-Hollywood extremists” have hacked her Twitter account and leaked topless photos taken of the artist when she was underage.

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Chumby controlled mechanum wheel robot

[Madox] gutted an Insignia Infocast to use with this robot. Insignia is Best Buy’s house brand and they partnered with Chumby to make their Infocast line. If you can find a used or clearance model it’s a great way to get yourself and embedded Linux board for a project like this one. The body and …

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Fraudulent Google credential found in the wild

Did counterfeit SSL cert target Iranians?
Security researchers have discovered a counterfeit web certificate for circulating on the internet that gives attackers the encryption keys needed to impersonate Gmail and virtually every other digit…

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Fraudulent Google certificate points to Internet attack

Is Iran behind a fraudulent digital certificate? The situation is similar to one that happened in March in which spoofed certificates were traced back to Iran.

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[Easton’s] animatronic hand gets 3D printed upgrade

[Easton] as been working with [Jeremy Blum] to come up with the newest version of his animatronic hand. You may remember seeing [Easton’s] first animatronic hand, with which he won his regional science fair and made a trip to nations. Since then he’s been working on improvements, and with access to [Jeremy’s] Makerbot he harnessed …

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Nokia Developer Community Hacked

Nokia Corp. says hackers have breached the security on its developer community discussion site and accessed forum members’ email addresses.

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Hackers penetrate website for Nokia developers

Named and shamed by Homer Simpson
Nokia suffered an embarrassing security breach over the weekend when hackers penetrated one of its community websites and accessed names, email addresses, and other information belonging to developers of smartphone app…

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Got an iLight?

[KaRMaN] sent us a piece from his blog on what to do with a busted iPhone (google translate). As many iPhone owners have found out, it does not take that much of a fall to render your shiny hand-held command center into a pile of shattered glass. Replacement parts and insurance are available so life …

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LDAP flaw in OS X Lion opens major authentication security hole

A new security hole has been found in OS X Lion where usernames can be authenticated without providing a password on systems bound to LDAP servers.

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Revolights keep you safe while riding at night

Bicycling at night can be a potentially hazardous endeavor for several reasons, but primarily because well, it’s dark. Inattentive drivers, weather, and other factors aside, the most important thing you can do to keep yourself safe is to ensure that you can see and that you are seen by others. Revolights, an invention put together …

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