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Last Week’s Hacker Conventions Showcased the Acceleration of New Threat Vectors & Cyber Vulnerabilities
Date:8/6/2013

ants hacked and manipulated,” like renowned hacker Barnaby Jack, who dropped jaws a few years ago by getting an ATM to start spitting out money at the Black Hat conference, was set to demonstrate this year in Las Vegas before his untimely and still mysterious death a little over a week ago. Undoubtedly, the fact that he was about to reveal a cyber-vulnerability which could actually end the life of a real person with a cyber-attack is more than enough fuel to get the gears of conspiracy theorists everywhere going full bore.

Splash the Zeroes … and ones.

“If DEF CON and Black Hat proved one thing, it’s that the craft of hacking never stands still, and neither can the wheels of cyber security, or it will never be a fair fight. Think of it this way. Years ago, or should I say decades, there was a movie called The Final Countdown. The premise of the story was that the USS Nimitz, a modern nuclear powered aircraft carrier, was launched back in time to the days right before the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. The storyline of course was hinged on the moral and ethical dilemma of whether or not use their modern technology to change history and the paradox repercussions that could be unleashed if they decided to flex their tech-muscles to change the outcome of an event that changed the world at the time. It would have been F15s at Mach 2 against propeller powered Zeroes, guided missiles against bullets and a sitting duck fleet, all the while being armed with the knowledge of history and knowing exactly what was about to take place, when and where. Essentially, the Japanese fleet would have stood no chance against 40 years of advancements in technology, like when it took just seconds between a ‘splash the Zeroes’ order going out over the radio, to the conformation of ‘two Zeroes splashed’ coming ba
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