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Password Space

Here is a neat little tool to see how fast your password can be cracked

Whistleblower: NSA has your emails

Here is bombshell interview with William Binney, who served in the NSA for over 30 years, including a time as director of the NSA’s World Geopolitical and Military Analysis Reporting Group


 PRODIGAL is a system being built ". . .to scan IMs, texts and emails . . . and can read approximately a quarter billion of them a day."

David Bader states that "The scans work only on internal systems -- not across the entire Internet."

Guess he's never heard of Mark Klein.

God help us.

Our Mission

I often use somewhat militaristic terms to describe our Loganville Linux business goals and I've often been asked the question "Free my computer from what?".

This week's revelation provides a crystal clear answer: Freedom from surveillance

Microsoft, Stuxnet, Duqu

Once again, a virus that is capable of crippling your computer is inextricably linked to Microsoft Windows.

The Duqu virus and it's cousin, Stuxnet, are "worms" that open a backdoor to your computer and allows the attackers to gain remote access to monitor and steal your personal information.

The Stuxnet virus was supposedly patched in September of 2010, but researchers say that "some of the source code used in Duqu was also used in Stuxnet".

The Next Cyber attack

Symantec is warning of the next Stuxnet attack.

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