Somebody must be hacked off....

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Ciggie, Feb 3, 2012.

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  1. Though this was actually a case of crap security exploited by a lucky find, it's a PR victory for the group. In the eyes of Joe Public, casually phone tapping Scotland Yard and the FBI is an enormous statement of credibility. Add to that the idea that acts like SOPA and ACTA may actually legitimise the group, and the next few years could be very interesting.
  2. "...Sheffield. One officer appears to refer to the city as a “khazi” - slang for toilet.”

    Well they've hardly gained any new gen on that effort have they?!
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  3. Best ad on the worldwidewonk Spoon City has ever had !
  4. Someone nicked the kharzi and the FBI have nothing to go on...
  5. Smile, one has to laugh out loud at David Blunkett, he wants an apology for the slur on Sheffield.
  6. Has he seen the place?
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  7. That be Blunkett himself wouldn't it?
  8. I had'nt realised it was 17 min long,

    £650 Million in the Cyber divison well spent then, very embarrassing.
  9. Should point out that it was a rogue email that did it. Leaving the conferance call signature in the email (idiots) so all they really had to do was dial in and listen up. Classic.
  10. 90% of so-called 'hacking' is actually just the result of piss poor admin. Choosing obvious passwords, leaving memory sticks lying around or not putting confidential docs through the shredder.
  11. Collection of cyber cops security experts etc. vs 1000 teenagers with autistic levels of focus.
    It was never going to end well :)

    Oh **** the Internet is here :)
  12. udipur

    udipur LE Book Reviewer

    I'm sure the Yanks are blustering around, getting all macho and promising waterboarding for all involved whereas the Brits will be staring at their Bakelite handset, muttering "Arthur told me he'd plugged this thing in."