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The last Canadian kid to face charges, and subsequent conviction, of hacking was MafiaBoy, also known as Michael Demon Calce, a high school student who launch a slew of denial of service attacks in 2000.
Hey folks, we’re back, yes it is true. Paul O’Flaherty, Brett Nordquist, and myself got together this past Saturday for a new episode of The Geek Dimensions On Air podcast; and we had a blast as usual.
While the helmet is more like a combination motorcycle and Halo-like helmet it definitely is a lot more forward looking than the current cranium protection worn by U.S. soldiers and is being tested by the US Army.
Do you remember when phone calls took priority over the doorbell? Perhaps you recall the first time having a mobile phone was more important than having a landline? I’m sure all of us have a firm recollection of the year that more friends received birthday emails rather than card or letters.
We are use to seeing the headlines coming out of the United States as more and more revelations from the Snowden whistleblowing and how the NSA is spying on US citizens with little,or no oversight.
We’ve all heard the tales ofÂ it takes a thief to catch a thief, or in the case of our modern Internet centric world it takes a hacker to catch a hacker; and in the case of the British Ministry of Defense this is not just a catchphrase but a growing method of operation.
Keeping your computer in shape is important. Replacing a computer that has crashed and burned is not cheap, and it is frustrating. On top of that, in some cases it can take a few days to get the computer or the parts you need. So, make sure you’re doing everything you can to keep your computer in the best shape possible.
As anyone know who used used Google Chat on the desktop – Windows in my case – was that it gave you quick access to your chat contacts and even better you could snap them together in such a way to maximize your desktop space.