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Fighting Anonymous: Dover cybersecurity specialist studying hacker group

John Huff/Staff photographer Joshua Corman is spearheading research into at the future of cyber threats and how they may be defended against.

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Microsoft fixes Hotmail password bug helping hackers reset passwords

European group calls for UNSC arms embargo on Syria Booze and sex ban slapped on US Secret Service agents in wake of Colombia sex scandal Rare topless Marilyn Monroe pics expected to fetch 15k at auction Strauss-Kahn blames Sarkozy for destroying his b…

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‘Supernatural’ 7.20 Recap: Geekster’s Paradise

“Supernatural” has always been admirably diverse, but around the fifth season, hunting became a good old boys club.

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UW-W students audit computer security for school districts

He places high value on both and brings them together in capstone projects for students majoring in information technology with an emphasis in networking and security.

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Iron casting in the parking lot

Here’s one good thing about the bitter cold Midwestern winter, it helps keep you from overheating when working around a hot furnace. Back in February this iron pour happened in the parking lot of the Madison, Wisconsin based Sector67 Hackerspace. Look, they’re making iron hearts! Now this isn’t just a bunch of members who got together and …

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Video: Schiff Explains ‘No’ Vote on Controversial Cybersecurity Bill

Rep. Adam Schiff said on Thursday, prior to a vote on a controversial cybersecurity bill, he would not support the legislation, known as the Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Protection Act.

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Build your own radar system

How we missed this one is anybody’s guess, but one of the presentations at DEFCON last year covers a DIY radar build. [Michael Scarito] talks about the concepts behind radar, and then goes on to show that it’s not too hard or expensive to build a setup of your own. We’ve embedded his 45 minute …

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Nuka-Cola prop looks deliciously radioactive

Yet another Fallout post here on Hackaday. This time, instead of the PIP-Boy, someone has built a fantastic prop for the iconic Nuka-Cola. The circuit is super simple, really just an LED array to light up the beverage just right. The construction of the base is quite nice though. If you’re a fan of functional …

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New Hotmail Exploit Can Get any Hotmail Email Account Hacked for just 20$

A very severe bug in the Hotmail Website came to light recently. A critical vulnerability allowed anyone to remotely change the password of any Hotmail account.

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Retrotechtacular: Science fair robot ca. 1984

[Michael Surran] just came across this video from his seventh grade science fair project. He really had some fun building and showing off the robot and we’re glad the footage wasn’t lost in the annals of time. Take a look at the clip after the break. That’s not a robot peeing, it’s the ‘fire defense unit’ …

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