Defcon 16 Cometh: Hide Your Servers

By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] If you happen to find yourself in Las Vegas this weekend, make sure your wireless networks are protected and your firewall is engaged. It won’t really help you, but at least you’ll feel safer. Why the precautions? What could be going down in the desert to make your laptop […]

“Anonymous” Rallies for a Second Assault on Scientology

By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] It would seem to most casual surfers of the Internet that the battle that once roared between The “Church” of Scientology and the group called “Anonymous” all but fizzled out.  While Guy Fawkes mask-wearing protesters are still occasionally sighted outside of Dianetics centers, the oddly named group doesn’t make […]

The Web 2.0 method of proposing marriage

By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] Whatever happened to the days of Mr Darcy when if you wanted to marry someone, you would visit the potential bride’s father and ask for permission to court his daughter? When Google decided to take some new Street View images at the Googleplex, one Google employee decided to use […]

Flock 2: The Silent Evolution of Flock

If you use a little thing called “The Internet” you probably heard about the launch of Firefox 3. Mozilla successfully set a very high world record for most downloads in a single day (8,002,530 to be precise). They plugged their new features and bragged about how version 3 would leave all other browsers in the […]