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).
I am busily loading up a playlist for DefCon so of course I had to turn to "The Ultimate Get Psyched" Playlist as published by Bar...
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...