Category: Funny

Ligatt Rap

Ligatt Rap

Security researcher Chris John Riley has decided to respond to death threats and lawsuits from Georgia security consultancy Ligatt and its proprietor Gregory Evans, but not in kind. Instead he’s written and recorded a rap song:

Colbert Explains Cyberwar

Colbert Explains Cyberwar

On the Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert provided some background on “the First Great Cyberwar” as the hacktivist collective Anonymous has dubbed it, the “Defend Assange” sub-mission of Operation Payback.

Anonymous Releases Very Unanonymous Press Release

Anonymous Releases Very Unanonymous Press Release

Today, December 10th, Anonymous, an Internet gathering, released a press release which you can read below. In it, a description is provided of what Anonymous is about, what Operation Payback is, and where the media is getting it wrong. Also in it, its author forgot to remove his name in the pdf’s Meta information.

For Access Call, or Walk Right In

For Access Call, or Walk Right In

Presumably the door sign should read “For Access Call…or Just Walk In”.

Happy 30th Birthday Pac-Man, Google Style

Happy 30th Birthday Pac-Man, Google Style

Hat’s off to Google for unveiling perhaps the greatest tribute today to the 30th anniversary of the iconic video game Pac-Man.

Best Information Security Commercial Evah…

Best Information Security Commercial Evah…

Say what you will about LIGATT security, the publicly traded (around 0.0004) Georgia company headed by self styled security expert and convicted felon (federal conspiracy and wire fraud) Gregory Evans: they are responsible for what might be the greatest information security commercial ever created. As you can see, the protagonist is down on his luck, […]

Bo Dietl Lost His Guns

Bo Dietl Lost His Guns

Richard “Bo” Dietl lost his guns. The former NYPD Detective and media contributor on Fox News and the Don Imus show, founder of Beau Dietl & Associates, subject of a film where he was played by Stephen Baldwin, and Chairman of the New York State Security Guard Advisory Council was featured on Jon Stewart’s show for being himself burglarized. What’s funny is that his description of what happened, particularly his focus on the security measures he had in place but that weren’t used, follow the well worn pattern of responses one typically hears after an information security breach (but we were PCI compliant, we had IDS in place, it was a sophisticated attacker, everyone gets hacked, and so forth).