As much as half of the secret documents posted by WikiLeaks may have been siphoned from peer-to-peer users who incorrectly configured their file-sharing software, according to evidence gathered by a security firm.
A interesting article covering a 30-second idiots-guide style primer to the benefits of HTTPS. Have an opinion? Let me know in the comments. From Lifehacker.com: […]
Looks like this decade has alot to live up to. Have an opinion? Let me know in the comments. Story from wired.com: “It was the […]