Security Spammers Rants, commentary and articles related to the security/hacking arena. Some of these rants are not politically correct and tend not to kiss the ass of supposed industry leaders. Some may tangentially be related to security. Viewer discretion is advised.



12.11.13 - The Problem with Overnight Experts - Today's Example: Robert 'Bobby' Siciliano

12.08.27 - Indian Media: Get Over Your Fascination With 'Whiz Kids'

12.07.09 - Building A Better Anonymous (8 Part Series)

12.05.23 - Vulnerability Research Labs - Most Worthless Advisories Award, 2012

12.01.02 - Five Dollar Security; You Get What You Pay For

11.07.25 - My Canons on (ISC) Ethics - Such as They Are

11.06.04 - Absolute Sownage; A concise history of recent Sony hacks

10.09.20 - 7 Ways That I Can Tell That the Security Industry Bores Me

10.07.02 - InfoSec, Sun Tzu and the Art of Whore

10.04.15 - Layman-"Hackers" Driving Up Searches for Beef Jerky

10.04.05 - Ejection Seats, Cooking Dinner, and Vuln Disclosure

09.08.11 - Reporting terrorism, affect your credit? (we're doomed)

08.11.01 - Security Systems and the Stock Market: How Do You Invest?

08.08.16 - How a PR Miracle can save VMware from itself

08.07.28 - A Decade of Oracle Security

08.07.25 - Brief analysis of "Analyzing Websites for User-Visible Security Design Flaws"

08.06.11 - Useless Compensation for Data Loss Incidents

08.03.18 - Abandon Ship! Data Loss Ahoy!

07.10.24 - Data Loss "Unplugged"

07.10.01 - how Apple iPWNED my iPhone

07.07.20 - What The Hell Was He Thinking?

07.07.19 - Partial Truths: A Guide to Legally Covering Up a Data Loss Incident

07.07.03 - Surf No Evil: The Fight Against Big Brother

07.06.22 - See No Evil: A Background On Content Filters

07.06.16 - Dataloss: 700... why?

07.02.08 - "We recovered the laptop!"... so what?

07.01.11 - MPAA: Idiots At The Helm

06.12.14 - 100 million... the gloves come off.

06.10.04 - Stupid E-mail Disclaimers and the Stupid Users that Use Them

06.06.27 - 88 million... is it really an accurate number?

06.05.23 - Social Implications of Keysigning

06.05.21 - Do people really care about their own personal information?

06.01.02 - US-CERT: A disgrace to vulnerability statistics

05.03.24 - Random Comments on the Symantec Internet Threat Report 2005

04.05.13 - PayPal: Libel, Slander, Theft and Extortion

04.01.28 - Anti-Virus Companies: Tenacious Spammers

03.11.14 - My Own PR Assault against Microsoft

03.07.15 - Deconstructing the Defacer Challenge Hoax/FUD

02.06.03 - Richard Clarke: American Grandstand

01.12.05 - A Curious Response to Crime [Curious Labs, Piracy]

01.11.10 - Microsoft's Responsible Vulnerability Discosure, The New Non-Issue

01.04.20 - Cashing in on Vaporware [CERT]

00.10.25 - Convict them all! A new breed of ambulence chasers [Lawyer, Overzealous Convictions]

00.09.28 - Screw the thief. Convict the state department morons..

00.08.21 - The Not-So-Scientific Process [Laurentian U, Schell]

00.07.04 - Hacker attacks welcomed... [Openhack, ZDNet]

00.06.21 - Thoughts for the bit bucket. [Hackers, NSC]

00.05.17 - "It is good beating proud folks..." [realspy.com]

00.05.17 - CERT Rides the Short Bus



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