Like “Coyote Ugly,” but actually ugly:
First…hackers busted into the website of the US Consolate General in Russia. As if the US didn’t have enough problems off shore…
“This latest attack highlights the fact that no organization is immune from infection, and that no matter what the size of the company, it must defend its webpages fully to avoid being stung.”
No doubt there – attacks on institutions are commonplace – it’s just that they have good PR teams to keep it hush hush.
Next…a German onion router administrator gets arrested. Clearly not the guy’s problem, but getting arrested highlights the risks of running a Tor server in this day and age (as well as the cluelessness of some politicians regarding technology). What’s Tor? Inquiring minds check here first.