#1 By: Cory Doctorow, December 22nd, 2013 23:03
#2 By: technogeek, December 22nd, 2013 23:13
I think I actually like that as a conceptual-art object. Well done.
#3 By: Raybert, December 23rd, 2013 01:03
Bartholl's page shows his recent works and links to more of it on flickr.
I like this one very much:
#4 By: lemon, December 23rd, 2013 05:14
as an artwork quite lame.
#5 By: Michał Ty, December 23rd, 2013 05:45
Linkedin had stored the passwords in cleartext
parts of the decrypted password list surfaced
The passwords could not have been both stored in cleartext and later decrypted. Which one was it?
#6 By: bwest, December 23rd, 2013 11:16
The passwords were NOT stored in clear text. They were stored as hashes, but these hashes did not have a salt, meaning the same key can decrypt each password. Once the hash for a common password was figured out, the rest may as well have been stored in text.
#7 By: manybellsdown, December 23rd, 2013 11:41
I don't actually remember my Linkedin password, I should go check it out.
#8 By: Anonymous Raccoon, December 23rd, 2013 19:44
I was thinking the same thing lol
#9 By: Cory Doctorow, December 27th, 2013 23:03
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