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How To Edit Wikipedia Content Like A Pro

Posted by SS Admin on August 7, 2015 in Hacking, News, Unsolicited Advice |

As the name wiki suggests, Wikipedia gives editors the opportunity to edit any unprotected pages and upgrade articles instantly for readers. One is not required to register so as to edit Wikipedia articles. Wikipedians do an excellent job that contributes much to Wikipedia as a whole. Some pages are restricted from editing and are symbolized […]

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TRUSTe Lack of Auditing Lands Them in Hot Water

Posted by SS Admin on November 18, 2014 in Hacking, New Tech, News, Privacy, Programming Advice |

TRUSTe has agreed to pay over $200,000 in settlement charges over allegations that it labeled itself a non-profit when it was for-profit. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) found the TRUSTe organization was not reviewing websites as advertised. This information was relayed to me by Bruce Levenson. Furthermore, labels were added to websites that showed the […]

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Deadly KKK Threats Activate Action from Hacktivist Group

Posted by SS Admin on November 17, 2014 in Hacking, News, Social Media |

Recently the Ku Klux Klan group that is based 75 miles south of Ferguson, Missouri has decided to take action against what they call “terrorists acting as peaceful protesters”.   They have even handed out pamphlets warning they would use deadly force to protect themselves. This is all due to the coming decision on the fate […]

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Home Depot Hack Compromises 53 Million

Posted by SS Admin on November 7, 2014 in Hacking, Internet |

An announcement was made by Home Depot that a network hack that was previously announced which led to the release of certain credit card data for customers also infiltrated their email lists with approximately 53 million email addresses being stolen by hackers. The infiltration of the Home Depot network was made through a third party […]

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