Just when you thought turning off your wireless and be safe the hackers find a way to get around it…
This drone launched from a sub was was submerged and then flew for 6+ hours.
Don’t even talk to me about having to refuel my drone in 2075, nor complain about my rapid launch racks!
The consolidation is underway. Almost all of the brands, we all purchase our food from, link up to one of these 10 megacorps.
The “octocopters” aren’t ready to take flight yet. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in an interview on 60 Minutes that the drones would be ready to take flight in four to five years.
Witnesses told police she had been following the man closely and mumbling to herself. She got up from a nearby bench and shoved him as the train pulled into the platform
1. Good disguise as crazy street person: Check
2. Follow suspect mumbling so as to cause him to ignore you: Check
3. Time ambush as train approaches; roll for surprise: Success
4. Melee attack for knockdown: Success
5. Slip away and collect payment: Check
Looks like a successful Shadowrun to me…
In a test, the researcher’s system was able to generate 348 billion NTLM password hash checks per second.
That sounds a lot like Shadowrun level matrix security. How many passes does it take to get an administrator password now?
“We would be much better served if we accepted that prevention eventually fails, so we need detection, response, and containment for the incidents that will occur.” It seems that computing is continuing to move towards Life in Shadowrun with a realization that everything is vulnerable and hackable. More focus needs to be given to more detection and response. Hey! We already knew that…
“similar innovations, such as data-glove technologies have failed to find mainstream application domains outside the computer games industry, and this may be also prove to be the case for Digits”
Oh, the day is coming… yes, its coming.
When discussing how hacks are best executed in 2070 Shadowrun, things like this: “ the attacker(s) installed malicious software and stole project files related to one of Telvent’s core offerings — OASyS SCADA — a product that helps energy firms mesh older IT assets with more advanced ‘smart grid’ technologies” are exactly how. Exploiting the layers of code and the protocols established to connect all those layers…