The Twitter and Flickr hacks come several days after hackers purportedly affiliated with Anonymous targeted Uriminzokkiri and claimed to have stolen 15,000 hashed passwords. A Washington Post article from this morning said Anonymous launched distributed denial of service attacks against several state-run North Korean websites, but that claims Anonymous hacked into North Korea's intranet appear unfounded.
This year has been a rough one. Between a contentious election and celebrity deaths, 2016 has been dubbed one of the worst years ever. And, unfortunately for the digitally vulnerable, hackers have taken this sentiment to heart by committing some of the worst cyber crimes seen in recent years. From prominent athletic organizations to Fortune 500 companies, it would appear no one is safe from hacks perpetrated by these masters of malicious malware.
If you haven't kept up on what can only be described as the year of the hack, we've taken it upon ourselves to go through the top ten hacks of 2016. Check out the list below to find out whether or not you have to change your password:
Another victim of Russian hackers, the Democratic Party experienced plenty of hacks to go around in 2016. Between the Democratic National Convention and their fundraising committee, it would appear this faltering party needs more than reform; they need cyber security.
However, there's actually a whole host of awesome features on smart TVs that most people don't know about. If you don't want to miss out, keep reading to find out about the hacks, tricks, and easter eggs you probably didn't know your TV had.
It doesn't all have to be fun and games when it comes to your smart TV and smart TV hacks. Smart TVs can serve a function in offices too, allowing you to wirelessly stream presentations from your phone or tablet onto a bigger screen.
Start the new year in style by organizing your making space, whether you have a whole room dedicated to making, or just a cupboard! We've chosen the top 10 hacks that you're sure to love, keeping all your making supplies at your fingertips helping you to boost your productivity and creativity!
Notice that the email address is made up of random words and numbers before the @ symbol, followed by photos.flickr.com. Keep in mind that the domain is not simply flickr.com, because without the photos. prefix, your photos will be sent into the void.
This Perl script uses the LWP::Simple module to fetch a Flickr feed and the XML::RSS module to parse the feed and display its contents. Make sure you have these modules on your server, and then add this code to a file called flickr_feed.pl. Be sure to include a valid Flickr feed URL that contains the photos you want to syndicate.
Thank you for taking your time to help us.And STFU to those who B**tch about you and your blog. I bet most of their images are sucks as their sad life. Any smart photographer would be aware of internet threats before post their work online. And you must be too dumb to post full size image on flickr. Enough said. Go Internet Trolls go away.. live your sad life. 2b1af7f3a8