Monthly Archives: July 2017

Should the Government Have Lifted the Laptop Ban?

So, realistically, what are the chances that a laptop bomb could be developed that could evade detection by airport scanners? Well, pretty good. The truth is that these bombs have already been developed and used. They could have already brought … Continue reading

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Is This the End of the Deep Web?

“You are not safe, You cannot hide. We will find you, dismantle your organization and network. And we will prosecute you.” So stated Attorney General Jeff Sessions last Thursday when announcing the takedown of deep web sites, Alphabay and Hansa. … Continue reading

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Hackers Beware: You are in the Crosshairs of the ‘Hunter’

You might be naive enough to think that, if a hacker does something bad to you, you can, in turn, do something bad to them. If a hacker holds your computer for ransom, for example, you might think you have … Continue reading

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Trolls: A Product of the Internet, Society, or a Psychological Disorder?

Let’s get straight to the point. Real trolls have serious psychological problems. That’s not just my opinion. It’s the opinion of experts who have researched the subject. People with psychological disorders have been around long before the internet was ever … Continue reading

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