Reinventing the weel
The current internet climate is all about internet activism more commonly known as hacktivism, with the current antics of groups such as lulzsec and Anomymous in the start of this year we have decided to start covering the events.
A user of the r/YouShouldKnow subreddit of Reddit has brought to my attention of the a new Google plus social networking platform censorship filter.
Posts with any of the “Seven Dirty Words” will not show up on your or your friend’s stream. It’ll be visible on your profile to anyone who browses there, but will be blocked from the “streams” pages. This means that someone has to be browsing your profile directly to see the post. Noone in your shared circles will know it’s there otherwise. As of yet, there’s no preference for choosing to view such censored content.
Well it is most definitely by now no secret that Sony’s online security is some what lacking, I’m not sure when Sony will get there act together lets hope soon the only Xbox game I have is The Orange Box.
Although it is long, it gives some fascinating insistent in to Pen-Testing.
Set up a Backtrack system that is accessible over the internet from the phone in my pocket. What can I say? I like to practice my metasploit syntax while waiting in the doctor’s office. Oh, and I’d also like to do it as cheaply as possible and in some relatively secure fashion.