Wired's Kim Zetter, reporting from Army Pvt. Bradley Manning's first hearing on charges of leaking classified documents to Wikileaks: "Manning asked "Nathaniel Frank," believed to be Assange, about help in cracking the main password on his classified SIPRnet computer so that he could log on to it anonymously. He asked "Frank" if he had experience cracking IM NT hashes (presumably it's a mistype and he meant NTLM for the Microsoft NT LAN Manager). 'Frank' replied yes, that they had 'rainbow tables' for doing that. Manning then sent him what looked like a hash."
In recent hours, Elon Musk's tweeted about forthcoming "political attacks" on him, rambled on about "the woke mind virus", and ostentatiously declared his fealty to the Republican Party. Perhaps it's because he was asked for comment on Rich McHugh's exposé today in Business Insider: "A SpaceX flight attendant said Elon Musk exposed himself and propositioned… READ THE REST
St. Anthony North Hospital in Westminster, Colorado, told an insured patient, Linda French, that her surgery would cost her only $1,337 out of pocket. Afterward, it billed her for $303,709—and sued her to get it. After a ten-year legal battle, the Colorado Supreme Court told the hospital's owner, Centura Health, to go pound sand—and criticized… READ THE REST
Vanessa Wilson was fired as police chief of Aurora, Colorado, and Aurora councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky was among Wilson's harshest critics. Wilson's partner, Robin Niceta, allegedly called in a false report of child abuse aginst Jurinsky in retaliation—an allegation that turned Jurinsky's life upside-down for weeks. The phone records also show that Niceta texted someone at… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Cats are such mysterious and complex creatures, aren't they? Dogs feel easy to crack as pets. But with cats, it can be unclear what is going on underneath those big, glassy eyes. We… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's no secret that online hackers exist and are constantly lurking around for sensitive information at any opportunity they can. With every piece of your personal information and essential memories being stored online,… READ THE REST
Whether gaming in your spare time or burying yourself in spreadsheets at your 9-to-5, efficiency matters. And while you may have the latest and greatest laptop or smartphone to work on, its small screen can totally kill your enjoyment, especially when you're hopping over to different apps or watching your favorite streaming content. If you're looking for a way… READ THE REST