2019-08-14 (10 Days Old)Total Views: 20 | Last 7 Days: 6
In 2012, a secretive group called 3301 released a puzzle known as Cicada. For years, it’s remained one of the internet’s greatest unsolved mysteries. In our final episode, Marcus Wanner and OneCool travel to Las Vegas where they meet Canadian Nox Populi in person for the first time. The trio attend the DevCon Hacking Conference and pick brains hoping to find someone, anyone who can help them crack Liber Primus. They’re getting that desperate. Elsewhere, journalist Bryan Burrough’s investigation into the origin of Cicada takes him to the University of California at Berkeley to talk to Bill Marczak. The postdoctoral researcher specializes in internet privacy and digital rights. UC Berkeley was the birthplace of the cypherpunks movement in the early 1990s. These hackers wrote code to defend digital privacy back in the day. Could there be a tie to Cicada? Catch up on past episodes here.
Jpost: India increases restrictions in Kashmir ahead of call for protests
Jpost: Fridays for Future: How a teenager is trying to save the Amazon
Jpost: Major fashion companies to make G7 pledge to help environment
Jpost: Two NYC women plead guilty to plan to build bomb for attack on U.S.
Jpost: Exclusive: IDF veteran runs for Congress
Jpost: Why Israel is automotive tech’s global engine
Jpost: U.S. Justice Ginsburg treated for pancreatic cancer
Jpost: Will global warming make Hajj too dangerous due to massive heat?
Jpost: Psychologist approved Jeffrey's Epstein's removal from suicide watch
Jpost: Trump speaks with Brazil's Bolsonaro, offers aid with Amazon fires
Jpost: Trump says U.S. has really good relationship with North Korea
Jpost: Shabbat candle-lighting times for Israel and U.S.
Jpost: NYT editor sorry for old tweet in which he wrote ‘crappy Jew year’
Jpost: Escalation expected at the Gaza border - report
Jpost: Seventy Gazans injured in protests, 8,000 protest along border
Jpost: Iran’s Plan to Defeat Donald Trump
Jpost: Expert: Blue and White Could ‘Become History’ after Israeli Election
Jpost: Teenage girl killed, father and brother hurt in West Bank terror attack
Jpost: Politicians attack Netanyahu for leniency after West Bank terror attack
Jpost: Study: Hotels in Israel enjoying record demand, increased revenues
Jpost: Ambassador Danon to the security council: condemn Rina Schenrav's murder
Jpost: Terror victim: 'Your death leaves a void in the heart of nation'
Jpost: Nobody is around to tell Sara Netanyahu PM plane isn't hers, Caspit says