NY Times - White House Details Thinking on Cybersecurity Flaws - Mr. Daniel wrote that the administration has now “established a disciplined, rigorous and high-level decision-making process for vulnerability disclosure.” (...) Mr. Daniel wrote that the administration has now “established a disciplined, rigorous and high-level decision-making process for vulnerability disclosure.”
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Hacker News - How Many People Are Wrongly Convicted? Researchers Do the Math. - "There’s a more rigorous way to crunch the numbers, according to Gross’s
new study. And that approach leads to a false conviction rate that was
high enough to make me gasp — 4.1 percent." (I read the study quickly and although I am not a statistician, or even very smart really, something seems wrong about it. I am not buying their 4.1 percent number. It could be lower, it could be higher but something in the back of my mind just tells me their methodology is flawed).
This dropped while I was out of town - From what I have read Ernest Cline seems to like the adaptation, but to me it seems to completely ...
Next week will be 25% of the planned 52 week run. I'll let you guys decide, stop or keep going?
So again today I am seeing all sorts of tweets about how great Mad Max - Fury Road is. Most revolving around the fact that Furiousa was a k...
Signed up for the Pentesting with Kali Linux course from Offensive Security. Going to try for my OSCP. If anyone has any hints, not chea...