Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by N6OIL, May 21, 2014.
Drowssap much more secure
When is the world going to learn that we can't afford all these hackers and virus writers and do something about it? Find them and shoot them on sight. Maybe send a message that hackers are not wanted?
TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
Let's declare a War on Hackers and spend a bunch of money on it.
Give them a job being White Hat Hackers.
First we have to raise taxes to cover the cost...
Next we have to make sure every computer owner is treated as a suspected hacker.
(nothing new here)
Then we must put listening devices ether in the form of firmware located in such items as Ethernet and WiFi chips or have the major operating system makers provide back doors for us in order that we can collected data to make sure none of those potential cyber criminals are planning or thinking about planning to hack.
(We all should be use to pre-crime by now)
Then we should have checkpoints at schools, colleges, bus, train, ship, and airline terminals so we can search for the tools of hacking.
I wish I could make my password
No one would be able to type it in.
I must be suspected of being a hacker! I have attachments pending approval!!!??
Do expect to receive a visit form Home Land Security.
Or you could be renditioned off to some hell hole in eastern Europe for enhanced interrogation.
The loss of face and the damage to their reputation will hurt them a lot more than even a significant fine could.
What was not disclosed was if this was due to an exploit of a previously-unknown flaw in an application, a flaw in their standards and procedures, or a failure to follow procedure. IMO any regulatory response should be based upon the root cause behind the breach. As an example I saw a couple of articles discussing Target's compromise claiming that their internal monitoring systems detected and alerted to a possible breach but there was a failure to follow procedure in response to the alerts.
Why do you say that Facebook can't be hacked?