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As other Hollywood celebs were living it up around the globe, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart opted for a low-key New Year’s Eve and celebrated in a small pub on the Isle of Wight. The Hollywood couple shunned the glitz and glamour opting to ring in the New Year at The Spyglass Inn in Ventnor. Robert, 24, and Kristen, 20, enjoyed a night surrounded by friends, drinking, singing and posing for pictures with star-struck fans. The family pub, which sits on the Ventnor Esplanade, is a favourite haunt for the couple who celebrated New Year’s Eve there last year. One onlooker told local reporters: ‘We were hoping they would come back to the pub again this year and when they walked through the door no-one could quite believe it. ‘They seemed like a really sweet, down to earth couple with no airs or graces. There was a live band playing and they were bopping along to the music and enjoying themselves. ‘Robert looked as if he was drinking some sort of short and then they went out on to the seafront for a while. Robert was dressed in a black hooded jumper and leather jacket and wore a black hat. Kristen also rugged up in black, perhaps in an attempt to avoid attention and the couple’s relaxed attire mirrored the informal celebrations. The couple seemed happy to chat to fans and posed for a picture with aspiring actress Hattie Bury. Many excited revelers took to Twitter to announce their sightings of the Hollywood couple who are nicknamed Robsten by fans. The couple returned to …
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Abstract There has been many publications on the topic of Stuxnet and its “sophistication” in the mainstream press. However, there is not a complete publication which explains all of the technical vulnerability details and how they were discovered. In this talk, you will get a first-hand account of the entire story. Description We will discuss various techniques used in analyzing Stuxnet. First, we will share several tricks that were used to quickly identify the vulnerabilities. Second, we describe the thought processes that went into debugging and triaging the vulnerabilities themselves. Finally, we show some tips that you can use if you feel like decompiling stuff for fun .
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The SharePro Twitter bot ( es5.com ) video demonstrates in real time sending 500 unique visitors to a website in less than 10 minutes – using Bit.ly to monitor the traffic stats in real time. The bot uses 3 twitter accounts with no previous friends or followers. The SharePro Twitter bot is the most power traffic bot online capable of sending thousands of unique users to your website. Promote websites, products and services.
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Fan tribute to great artist,singer,and song. LYRICS: Cuando pienso en ti recuerdo que contigo conoci el amor me sangran las heridas que dejo que hare sin ti Cuando te perdi buscaba en mi almohada siempre tu calor me ahogaba muy adentro este dolor donde esta mi amor Cuando pienso en ti tu cuerpo en mi cuerpo vuelvo yo a sentir cuando pienso en ti recuerdo aquellas noches sin fin, sin fin Cuando pienso en ti me aferro a este dolor que siempre vive en mi cuando pienso en ti recuerdo a ese hombre que yo fui, que yo te di Cuando pienso en ti me envuelve la tristeza de un presente gris me abraso a la nostalgia por que asi soy feliz estas en mi Cuando pienso en ti tu cuerpo en mi cuerpo vuelvo yo a sentir cuando pienso en ti recuerdo aquellas noches sin fi, sin fin Cuando pienso en ti me aferro a este dolor que siempre vive en mi cuando pienso en ti recuerdo a ese hombre que yo fui, que yo te di
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One of the “Be Vigilant” videos on the Singapore MRT. This version features a suspicious man in a black hat, check shirt and dark pants leaving a black and bulky backpack on the train, and the two sharp-eyed passengers using the Emergency Communication Button. “Oh no, we are in trouble!” Another version has the bomber actually blowing up the train, ending with a “Don’t this happen to us! Be vigilant” caption. Both have some guy in a white shirt narrating, deadpan, in front of the turnstiles. “You can help save lives, including your own.” I don’t know who he is, but he may be some local celebrity.
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How to extract data from physical memory, aka RAM. Rob Fuler, aka Mubix, of Room362.com joins us to explore how Cold Boot attacks really work. We cover retrieving memory from live systems, analysis with tools like volatility, and file recovery with foremost. Mubix calls it forensics for the gray hat. Beware of memory dumps, because they contain passwords and more.
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This is an excerpt from Chester Wisniewski’s full video on Blackhat SEO – watch the full version here: www.youtube.com
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Bkis at Black Hat DC 2009: Your face is NOT your password (face recognition)
Clip 6/7 Speaker: Moxie Marlinspike We won the war for strong cryptography, anonymous darknets exist in the wild today, and decentralized communication networks have emerged to become reality. These strategies for communicating online were conceived of in anticipation of a dystopian future, but somehow these original efforts have fallen short of delivering us from the most pernicious threats to privacy that we’re now facing. Rather than a centralized state-based database of all our communication and movements, modern threats to privacy have become something much more subtle, and perhaps all the more sinister. This talk will explore these evolving trends and discuss some interesting solutions in the works. For more information or presentation slides go to the Blackhat site (bit.ly