Barcodes have been an interest in since I first noticed a “shaped” barcode on the side of my Tecate. Like Magstripes, it’s interesting to see how many times a barcode is used as a direct representation of the data that it’s next to. Especially in circumstances where the code might be scanned without verifying against the original.
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For anyone who hasn’t worked in or with the military, the government acquisition and stock systems are constantly derided for the huge amount of time and expense added to any purchase. In an effort to combat […]
Pretty weird that “The group… removed the stolen information from its website on Vevo’s request.” Especially once you consider the fact that once it’s downloaded once, pulling it off their website doesn’t really do anything to stop the flow of info.
Original PDF Source (See Page 8)
tl;dr: >10 GB of data was exfiltrated from a North American casino using a recently installed Internet of Things fishtank.
There’s not a TON of info on this […]
1) I am still unable to start a thread- my UI is as follows https://pasteboard.co/GK6RXoN.png
2) For the presentation / summary, are we supposed to be writing this as if presenting to the company? Should we be talking about what we found, or how we found it?
@Fraser, I work full time for the DoD and this is actually the first I’m hearing about login.gov. Given how terrible and opaque some government processes I’ve had to go through have been, there’s definitely a lot of room for improvement. Getting my security clearance, for example, took about a year, three application submissions, and I never knew…[Read more]
And I’m just gonna reply to myself here because I failed to finish my point- the whole idea of entering the last SIX on a website is bonkers. Prior to 2011, your Social Security was formed XXX-YY-ZZZZ. XXX is based on where you were born, YY is based on WHEN you were born, and ZZZZ was assigned in ascending order. This means that really, your last…[Read more]