For some, the harsh reality of daily life becomes too much. Some choose to leave this world to go to a better place. That place is called, Decentraland. This is a land where "you can create unique experiences unlike anything in existence". And the good news is, you don't have to die to go there. … Continue reading Would You Pay $800,000 for Virtual Land? Someone Did
A recent report by the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) details how one of the largest personal information hacks in history was designed. The hack described was the one on Equifax, a credit reporting agency (CRA) that exposed the PII (personally identifiable information) of more than half of all adult Americans. Why should you … Continue reading Forget the One-Day Exploit, Beware the One-Hour Exploit
Many of you reading this have had your Gmail account updated. The update contains a few extra features and a new look, but I would like to focus on one feature that may have escaped your attention. This is the confidential option available when sending an email. This option allows you to control how the … Continue reading GMail Confidential Really Isn’t, But It Has Its Uses
Penetration testing, or pentesting, can be a useful strategy for an enterprise to use to tighten security on its network. Paying an ethical hacker to find holes in a company's cybersecurity architecture can help a company avoid a major breach. Of course, this comes with some risks. What if the pentester is not so ethical … Continue reading The Recent DNC Hack that Wasn’t… Or Was It?