The so-called "lawful spy guide" is back up on the restored Cryptome watchdog site after Microsoft reverses its stance on copyright complaint.
Site that publishes sensitive corporate and government files is taken down for a spell by provider after Microsoft files copyright claim over publication of one of its documents.
Infected files on the site were downloading exploits from the Blackhole Toolkit that target Windows.
The mainstream press has used a lot of material that's been collected by the whistle-blower site. But can you trust it? Today, our guests include John Young, founder of Cryptome and an early contributor to WikiLeaks itself.
Leaked confidential documents telling police under what circumstances they can gain access to Facebook, Microsoft, Blizzard, and AOL accounts appeared online this week.
CNET reporter Josh Lowensohn details the Bloom box unveiled Wednesday. Plus, other headlines, including a teen just sentenced to 15 years for blackmailing classmates in a scheme involving Facebook.
John Young, editor of document-leaking site Cryptome.org, has switched from being one of Wikileaks biggest fans to one of its prominent critics.
In and amongst our fights over Facebook patents, TV spectrum and the reasons for the decline of music, we find time to agree on one thing. Robot drones are cool. Robot drobnes that carry little baby drones with them are even cooler.
It was a fantasy trip on Buzz Out Loud today, wherein fairy dust and unicorns are the new power generators of the future (Bloom Box), Mothra wants to eat your children ("looming spectrum crisis"), and we've got to save the beer-foam-measurement blogs (Web
A Web site that published two reports on problems with the physical security at the Democratic...