Barry Has A Secret [hacked]
One thing that I discovered when I discovered one of accounts had been hacked. That Microsoft IWindows Live) will do nothing to help you correct the problem. Buried underneath your Windows Live Account are all your other Microsoft Accounts including email and others. Once someone is into your Windows Live Acoount, they are also into all your other Microsoft Accounts. The access to my Windows Live Account was granted by someone at Microsoft, not me. Upon discovery that this had happend, I attempted to retake control of the Windows Live account and was not able to. I was able to get back one of the underlying accouts but I am still trying to correct the mess that this caused. I have also read in one the other Security feeds that one in five Microsoft Accounts is comprmised.
Barry Has a Secret [hacked]
My GMail account got hacked a while ago and I actually reported it to the local police but I don't think anything at all was done about it. The attacker's IP address was located in China and might have been a part of a botnet. At the time I couldn't find a way to inform Google, I did post the incident on the Google forums. luckily the two-step authentication was implemented not long after that so that made me sleep a little easier.
Two problems: Internet crimes are hard and expensive to prosecute. Secondly, if the (presumed) psychopath hacked my computer and. more recently. used brute force to crack my Hotmail password, who else is he hacking?
With payload fairings that make it possible to launch five times more volume than any existing rocket, SLS could be used to launch gigantic space telescopes, which will allow us to peer farther into space, and with greater detail, than ever before, revealing new secrets of our universe.
The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger. As a magnet school for gifted students is developed, four parents and close friends grapple with their jealousy over each others' achievements, marriages, and social standings. Good intentions and high ambitions collide with long-held secrets and lies. Will the friendships survive? [e-book print audiobook]
The Secret Place by Tana French. Detective Stephen Moran is called in to solve the cold case of a boy whose body was found at an all-girls boarding school. Part murder mystery, part psychological study of school cliques, friendships, and secrets, this thriller will keep you turning pages to the conclusion. Part of the acclaimed Dublin Murder Squad series. [e-book print audiobook]
Reputation by Sara Shepard. This is a fast-paced thriller told by alternating narrators, all of whom were affected by a release of hacked emails at an elite private college. The scandals revealed in the emails include marital infidelity, cheating on tests, and cover-ups of fraternity misbehavior. Soon a woman is murdered, sending her family and coworkers into a spiral. The victim's journalist sister unravels a web of relationships and activities to discover the killer. [e-book print]
Louis-Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881) was a French theoretician of revolution and practitioner of insurrection. While recognizing the necessity of class struggle and revolution, "Blanquism" came to be regarded as a kind of "anarchism", i.e., secret societies, a revolutionary elite with few ties to the masses, the irresponsible coup, skipping over stages, etc. Blanquist philosophy proposed the taking of power by this minority-elite, which would then form a temporary dictatorship and establish "communism"; somehow, the masses would concur in this! In 1870-71, Blanqui had led two unsuccessful insurrections against the government. The Blanquists played an important role in the Paris Commune; Blanqui, himself, was elected President, even though he was at the time imprisoned. He subsequently led the struggle for amnesty for the Communards. Blanquist followers remained active after his death. See Lenin's CW, 1966, Vol. 31, "'Left-Wing' Communism -- An Infantile Disorder," esp. pp. 66-67; CW, 1964, Vol. 24, "Letters on Tactics," esp. pp. 48-49; and Marx/Engels, Selected Works, Vol. I, Moscow, 1962, pp. 516-30 and 473-74.
A humorous but supporting example:One of my sites on a US server (not my own server, I hasten to add) was hacked a few days ago and the index page was replaced by a political extremist. Before I could put it right this site was spidered by Y! and now ranks on the first page for an important keyphrase, despite containing just a mindless rant, whereas before the hack it was nowhere.
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