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The OPM hack explained: Bad security practices meet China's Captain America

In April of 2015, IT staffers within the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the agency that manages the government's civilian workforce, discovered that some of its personnel files ha... read more

Hacker Compromises Air Force Captain to Steal Sensitive Drone Info

A hacker has penetrated an Air Force captain ... like China, Russia, Iran and Syria are escalating their cyberattacks against U.S. personnel through cyberspace. This breach represents an ominous trend ... read more

Intel Vets Challenge ‘Russia Hack’ Evidence

Key among the findings of the independent forensic investigations is the conclusion that the DNC data was copied onto a storage device at a speed that far exceeds an Internet capability for a remote h... read more

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China’s Military Built with Cloned Weapons

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Possible BGP hijacking takes Google down

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“Good Enough” Tanks Won WWII

This has been denied, explained away and hushed up, but the men who are fighting our tanks against much heavier, better armored and more powerfully gunned German monsters know the truth. It is high ti... read more

13 Cars for the McCains--and not all American

"We need a president who's committed to rebuilding the auto industry in America, not a president who buys foreign cars and then falsifies the truth when he thinks auto workers aren't watching," he sai... read more

The “X” Is for Experimental

When I began my career, in physics, most technology of consequence originated in America, and much of that was ... us invite vetted hackers to test our digital security under a pilot program called Ha... read more

WPost’s New ‘Fake News’ on Russian ‘Hack’

Exclusive: The Washington Post’s latest folly – falsely reporting a Russian “hack” into Vermont’s electric grid ... taken seriously and metastasized through the body politic of America and beyond. Thi... read more

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Arjun Jaikumar has been on Capitol Hill for less than two months and the shaggy-haired blogger and new-media guru for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) is already getting noticed. Ja... read more

The Vietnam Syndrome: How We Lost It and Why We Need It Back

Ronald Reagan lamented the Vietnam syndrome but shrewdly declined to send American forces to fight leftists in Central America. He did, however, undertake one brief, low-risk invasion -- of the Caribb... read more

Sacrificing liberty in the pursuit of security

This doesn't make it acceptable practice, however, and the Government's new measures ... the Government wants to know before you've potentially re-offended. Security and law enforcement do not, at pre... read more



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