Fueled by super botnets, DDoS attacks grow meaner and ever-more powerful
by Dan Goodin – Apr 17, 2013 7:00 am UTC, arstechnica.com
Coordinated attacks used to knock websites offline grew meaner and more powerful in the past three months, with an eight-fold increase in the average amount of junk traffic used to take sites …
Attacks getting bigger and badder at an alarming rate.
Faith Karimi, CNN, cnn.com
What we know about the Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath
(CNN) — Two days after explosives killed three people and injured more than 180 during the Boston Marathon, details continue to trickle in as investigators sort…
What is known about the Boston Marathon Bombing.
What we know about the Boston terrorist attack
Seems like the President was a little more forceful in his language. Still not the “strike fear in the hearts of the evil doers” speech I was looking for though.
President Obama: “The American People Refuse to be Terrorized” | The White House
Pentagon didn’t react to yesterday’s bombings in a significant way but was very aware of the situation.
Hagel, Dempsey kept apprised during Boston bombing | The E-Ring
A start-up based in Palo Alto, Calif., Disconnect, which helps you track who is tracking you online, this week released its latest tool to help safeguard your browsing history.
Start-Up Lets Users Track Who Tracks Them – NYTimes.com
So Close, Yet So Far | Runner’s World & Running Times
Amby Burfoot, runnersworld.com
We had already started our celebration of another completed Boston Marathon. With little more than a half-mile to go, John and Megan Valentine and I were discussing how we could possibly improve on a great cornering photo (Hereford…
“… our institutions did not become great by following a path of timidity and cowardice. And we can only hope that, when pummeled, as the Boston Marathon was today, they will rise again, stronger than ever.”