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2019-01-28 | Supply chain attacks gone wild, Celebrating MOD day, and Preserving the old hacking ways

Monday, January 28

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  • OH: "I was talking to someone who said 'I use 1Password!" And I got really excited. And then I realized they literally meant they use one password. And I got so sad." - @IanColdwater

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What was hacking like back then? For starters, there were no search engines, and no GitHub repos. No hacker training courses. Yes, there were various flavors of *nix, but AT&T owned the Unix closed source. If you wanted it, you had to find it on a system, hack, and download it.

@acidphreak

 


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