Using a bunch of stolen iCloud usernames and password hackers remotely locking people's computers. The then demand a $50 bitcoin ransom in exchange for unlocking the devices.
A History of God in Public Schools: Religious Right Edition
The Christian Right knows facts don’t make for good fundraising.
Dispelling the myth that the right to pray to a myth was taken away.
"Many people complained about mandatory prayer and Bible reading in schools, with [complaints] stretching back to the 19th century. These practices were already illegal in some states before the Supreme Court ruled."
… and you can still pray in school. It's legally protected. You just can't force your belief or practice on anyone else.
Experian Site Can Give Anyone Your Credit Freeze PIN — Krebs on Security
An alert reader recently pointed my attention to a free online service offered by big-three credit bureau Experian that allows anyone to request the personal identification number (PIN) needed to unlock a consumer credit file that was previously frozen at Experian. Experian’s page for retrieving someone’s …
Experian that allows anyone to request the personal identification number (PIN) needed to unlock a consumer credit file that was previously frozen at Experian.
All that's needed is the information that that was leaked via Equifax. Wonderful.
Facebook just stole one of Myspace’s worst features
But it’s not the Top 8.
The feature will show if you are "Active" in bright green letters or gives an estimate of how long it has been since you've been on Facebook in grey.
Sure… Messenger already does this but that makes a little more sense as it gives an indication if you're available to chat. This is just… creepy.