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    Zombie Army of CCTV cameras attacks the US

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    Original Poster

    "Mr. Assange is still alive and WikiLeaks is still publishing. We ask supporters to stop taking down the US internet. You proved your point."
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    well some like to watch the world burn.

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    And there's a thread floating around about driver less cars. 'Briefly' doing anything concerning vehicles would be a catastrophe.

    Sounds more like a Bruce Willis film theme than reality
    Edited by: "cchopps" 22nd Oct 2016

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    Original Poster

    cchopps

    And there's a thread floating around about driver less cars. 'Briefly' … And there's a thread floating around about driver less cars. 'Briefly' doing anything concerning vehicles would be a catastrophe. Sounds more like a Bruce Willis film theme than reality


    They already are
    you would hope the security would be better
    not sure where the cheese angle is on this one must be one somewhere ?
    Edited by: "Wongy110" 22nd Oct 2016

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    thewongwing101

    They already areyou would hope the security would be betternot sure where … They already areyou would hope the security would be betternot sure where the cheese angle is on this one must be one somewhere ?



    Will this do?

    Cheese hacks

    Original Poster

    cchopps

    And there's a thread floating around about driver less cars. 'Briefly' … And there's a thread floating around about driver less cars. 'Briefly' doing anything concerning vehicles would be a catastrophe. Sounds more like a Bruce Willis film theme than reality


    The thing is the 'web of things' stuff used in this attack are not 'smart' enough to have firewall software installed
    a computer driving a car would be
    yes think bruce willis a plane without a computer would fall out of the sky
    theguardian.com/tec…rts

    thewongwing101

    The thing is the 'web of things' stuff used in this attack are not … The thing is the 'web of things' stuff used in this attack are not 'smart' enough to have firewall software installeda computer driving a car would beyes think bruce willis a plane without a computer would fall out of the skyhttps://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/oct/22/smart-devices-too-dumb-to-fend-off-cyber-attacks-say-experts


    Mercedes Bunz? Srsly?

    Original Poster

    Dyn estimated that the attack had involved “100,000 malicious endpoints”, … Dyn estimated that the attack had involved “100,000 malicious endpoints”, and the company, which is still investigating the attack, said there had been reports of an extraordinary attack strength of 1.2 terabytes (1,200 gigabytes) per second.


    theguardian.com/tec…net
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