Happy Friday! A few days ago I spotted an article celebrating someone playfully hacking a school system. It’s a fun piece about a “badass hacker” student who gained the admiration of their friends and praise from the faculty after rickrolling the entire school via their video system. But something about the story didn’t sit right with me. I was deeply concerned about others trying the same thing and ruining their lives, thanks to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and overzealous prosecutors.
Brandon Paasch was sixth quickest for Dynavolt Triumph as the final round of the 2021 Quattro Group British Supersport Championship got underway today at Brands Hatch in Kent.
By providing fast charging where people regularly park, and removing financial barriers for landowners, Zest is set to drive the mass adoption of electric vehicles in the UK.
Dynavolt Triumph head to Brands Hatch and the final round of the 2021 Quattro Group British Supersport Championship this weekend. The 2.4-mile Kent circuit was the scene of the newly formed team’s maiden victory, courtesy of Kyle Smith back at round three in July.
Moments ago, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence Team published details of three vulnerabilities in a popular Page Builder plugin which could be combined to allow complete site takeover.
These memoirs are of an RAF pilot involved in the development of the radar-based command and control system that helped win the Battle of Britain. The author’s memoirs uniquely follow the development of a revolutionary new command and control system that was completed Just In Time – Most Highly Recommended
This is a valuable source book based on eyewitness accounts of one of the most memorable battles in history. The author has reviewed the French units, including the all-important medical services that are usually omitted from books about the battle – Very Highly Recommended
An inspiring account of the Fighting First, the Suffolk Regiment in the final stage of the war in Europe. This account is based on the words of those who were there in an infantry regiment that achieved its objectives, with 178 of the 850 landed on D-Day surviving – Very Highly Recommended
This is a vivid account of the enduring Battle(s) of the Argonne Forest. The largely static nature of warfare on the Western Front saw a series of battles for the same stretches of ground over the duration of the Great War, culminating in the deployment of US troops in 1918, their largest battle for Argonne – Very Highly Recommended
An engaging review of the RAF war experience from the views of those who served, from an author with a particular interest in training and combat. The scale and variety of experiences for air and ground crew during WWII is hard to fully appreciate today – Very Highly Recommended