Doing some comp! Will I get back to 2k or will be it curtains
The French music industry group SACEM has confirmed that several servers, which allegedly belong to What.CD, were confiscated in a raid yesterday. The group applauds the police action, which they say has put an end to millions of dollars in losses caused by the popular music tracker. What.CD, meanwhile, assures its former members that all user data is safe.
whatYesterday the hugely popular private music torrent tracker What.CD shut down.
Look at this comedy. Apple would go bankrupt if it moved back to the US for production. Shit IPhones would would be like $3 a piece.
A newly-launched cryptocurrency called Vcash (XVC) offers a zero time feature that allows users to complete transactions without confirmation. It is also developing a “ZeroLedger” feature to allow users to download the currency’s blockchain in seconds.
Flashnet Technology, Inc. (http://bit.ly/2g0zh4c), the blockchain network connecting people with websites they enjoy and products they love using the latest cryptocurrency technology, today announced its MEGAFLASH token crowdsale. The crowdsale, which will be hosted on the Bittrex Exchange starting Thursday, November 17, at 11a.m. Pacific Standard Time, will support the development of the FLASH network. MEGAFLASH is a Counterparty asset in very limited quantity (only 300,000 coins), secured by the Bitcoin blockchain that is used to acquire larger quantities of FLASH. One MEGAFLASH coin can initially be traded for 1,000,000 FLASH coins. The MEGAFLASH crowdsale aims to raise a minimum of 200 BTC, and will be freely tradeable on Bittrex Exchange shortly after its conclusion.
Setting a passcode on your iPhone is the first line of defense to help prevent other people from accessing your personal details.
However, it’s pretty much easy for anyone with access to your iPhone to bypass the passcode protection (doesn’t matter if you configured Touch ID or not) and access your personal photos and messages.
A new critical security flaw discovered in iOS 8 and newer, including 10.2 beta 3, allows anyone to bypass iPhone’s passcode and gain access to personal information using the benevolent nature of Apple’s personal assistant Siri.
Mega, the cloud storage site originally founded by Kim Dotcom, was hacked this week. Outsiders gained access to part of the site’s infrastructure and plan to release source code, and possibly user details as well. Mega confirmed the hack but says that no user data was compromised
HEY CALLED IT Project X. It was an unusually audacious, highly sensitive assignment: to build a massive skyscraper, capable of withstanding an atomic blast, in the middle of New York City. It would have no windows, 29 floors with three basement levels, and enough food to last 1,500 people two weeks in the event of a catastrophe.
It’s conneted to the NSA and was decommissioned by A T&T in 2009, yet people are still going in and out everyday.