Want to steal some Bitcoin? All you need to do is find your victim’s 16-character public key and calculate their private key by solving something called an “elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem.
At the Black Hat security conference today in Las Vegas, Santamarta, a researcher for security firm IOActive, plans to present his findings, including the details of multiple serious security flaws in the code for a component of the 787 known as a Crew Information Service/Maintenance System.
On August 14th, The We Company (the company formerly known as WeWork) filed its mandatory S-1 paperwork to go public, and it’s worth reading in full. I mean, forget the serious stuff for a moment.
This one I got almost by accident but what a gem it turned out to be.
This is both funny and imaginative.
Who would have thought that anybody could come up with a good spin on superheroes that isn’t already done to death?
This is a truly remarkable debut book.
At some point in the future or perhaps in an alternate reality, superheroes offer their protection via various corporations. If a supervillain, space alien, or other problem appears then the superhero corporation with a contract for that area will respond.
The story comes with great superheroes and supervillains.
A lot of funny interaction, absurd situations and a tad of romance.
The narration is great. I AM THE BIG AXE!