Monthly Archive
for: ‘March, 2012’

Huge, Amazing Changes at SEOmoz: A Documentary of My Success

Posted by Aaron Wheeler
My name is Aaron Wheeler and, up until a couple of weeks ago, I was the manager of the Help Team here at SEOmoz. Rand's been out of the office at conferences and I've decided it's time to make my move. I've been…

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No sign of Saturday hacker attack on Internet

Monitors display the hacked Greek ministry of justice website on February 3, 2012.

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Rupert Murdoch-linked pirate website targeted rivals, online file shows

A website linked to one of Rupert Murdoch’s companies openly promoted advice on how to hack into rival TV channels.

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Sand Flea literally leaps tall buildings in a single bound

The hidden abilities of this robot that is no larger than a dinner plate are quite impressive. It doesn’t let an obstacle like a building get in its way. The Sand Flea, like its namesake, posses a remarkable jumping ability. When it encounters a tall obstruction two levers incline the front of the robot and …

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Ambassador says Russians hacked his phone, email

MICHAEL MCFAUL, the US ambassador to Moscow and architect of Washington’s ”reset” in relations with the Kremlin, has accused journalists working for Russian state television of hacking into his mobile phone and email account.

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Wireless camera mount offers pan and tilt functions

[Chris] put together a bunch of common components to create this wireless pan and tilt system for a security camera or a robot. The motorized base is simple enough, using two servos to make up a mount for the digital camera. In this case he used a parts package which is designed to mount the servos …

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Floppy autoloader takes the pain out of archiving 5000 Amiga disks

Archiving data from old floppy disks can be a tedious process at best. Poorly labeled disks combined with slow transfer speeds put it high on the list of things we would rather not do, and it turns out that [Dweller] was of the same opinion. With an estimated 5,000 floppies in his collection, he finally decided …

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Local Groups Tackling Hacker Network

Local financial groups and software giant Microsoft Corp. are working to take down 13 million computers around the world infected with a virus that steals personal information.

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Security breach hits US banks

The US Secret Service is investigating a major cyber intrusion at an Atlanta-based payment processor that could expose millions of MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover cardholders to fraudulent charges.

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Mistakes over GCHQ codebreaker’s death crippled inquiry

Inquest into spy-in-a-bag death
Forensic investigators have apologized for the bungling of the inquiry into the mysterious death of a codebreaker employed by the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).…

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