Friday, 20 July 2012

Cyberwar & Encryption

This first article from last week about several hacking, Phandroid forums, Nvidia and Yahoo.

Yahoo mostly stood out from the others for 1 reason. Yahoo stored their passwords in plain text - its 2012! Have we learnt nothing about password encryption? An idea proposed by blogger Brian Krebs about naming and shaming companies that fail to practise proper encryption on passwords stored in databases.

The second article I read is mostly is about cyber warfare, with the likes of Stuxnet and Flame, and we all have seen the news that Obama and his trained monkeys are behind them both.

There have been several article across a few different sites that suggest an opinion that these attacks will come back to haunt the US and put the US people in danger - guess it's coming true.

With this article posted by the BBC News say Obama is warning the US people of future cyber attacks. Saw that coming a mile off.

Way to go Obama, you've endangered millions of people by attacking Iran. Its not likely Iran will retaliate right? Hey Obama, guess what? Big mistake.

This is just my opinion, so don't take my word for it, but in the bigger picture, this kinda helps Obama in the upcoming elections, people don't want to change leader in time of "war" but honestly we need to get rid Obama, he's not doing any good for US and only out for his own good.

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